Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, B&B La Giara Di Giambra Rosario is situated in Verona, 700 metres from Verona Arena.Every room at this bed and breakfast is air conditioned and comes with a flat-screen TV. Some units feature a seating area for your convenience. Some rooms have views of the river or city. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.Piazza Bra is 700 metres from B&B La Giara Di Giambra Rosario, while Via Mazzini is 700 metres away. Verona Airport is 8 km from the property.
A 10-minute walk from the Arena, B&B Ai Leoni features free Wi-Fi and a furnished terrace in Verona’s centre. On the first floor, a dining room hosts a sweet breakfast buffet. A computer is avaible for all guests.Both Juliet’s balcony and Piazza delle Erbe square are only 600 metres from the property. A 5-minute walk away, Porta Leoni is the city gate opening onto the historical centre pedestrian area.Newly refurbished, all rooms at the Leoni B&B are spacious and come with a homely décor. Each includes tiled or parqueted floors, and some rooms have a balcony.
Massimago Wine Suites offers accommodation in Verona, 300 metres from Verona Arena. Free WiFi is available throughout.Every room at this bed and breakfast is air conditioned and has a flat-screen TV. Certain units feature a seating area for your convenience. Enjoy a cup of coffee from your terrace or balcony.Via Mazzini is 300 metres from Massimago Wine Suites. The nearest airport is Verona Airport, 10 km from the property.
Best Western Hotel Armando is located in the heart of the historic centre of Verona, only 500 metres away from the Roman Arena where the Opera season takes place every summer.Armando Hotel boasts a privileged location in a quiet area of the historic town. Enjoy a peaceful retreat for restful nights after long days of sightseeing.Equipped with modern amenities such as a lift and wireless Internet access, Hotel Armando provides comfort and functionality.This Best Western hotel is located within easy reach of Juliet’s balcony, the museum of Castelvecchio, the university and other celebrated landmarks in Verona.All rooms offer the latest facilities, including free Wi-Fi connection.
A few steps from Piazza Brà and the Arena apartment renovated and furnished in a modern style for 4/5 people.It consists of a living room with kitchenette, 2 double bedrooms with balcony and private bathroomThe apartment has no lift.The location of the apartment is convenient for seeing all the attractions of the city.There is a parking lot nearby.
Set in the historic centre of Verona, Truly Verona offers elegant self-catering apartments and studios in different locations. The Arena Roman amphitheatre is 400 metres away, along with plenty of restaurants, shops and cafés.Accommodation here mixes modern design with traditional features, such as exposed stone walls and original beams. They include a flat-screen TV and air conditioning, while most of the apartments offer free Wi-Fi.Truly Verona is a 10-minute walk from Juliet’s Balcony and Piazza dell’Erbe. The train station is 2 km away.
The Butterfly Boutique Rooms is one of the newest hotels in Verona, having opened in 2019. Traveling to the hotel is easy with Verona Porta Nuova Railway Station located approximately 2km away and Verona Villafranca "Valerio Catullo" Airport roughly 13km away. With Stradone San Fermo, Museo dell’Adige - Canoa Club Verona and Church of San Francesco al Corso all within a short distance, there is no shortage of things to do in the area. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings. This Verona hotel provides parking on site. There's never a dull moment at this hotel, our guests indicate that the facilities are excellent.
Situated 150 metres from Juliet's House and 200 metres from Piazza delle Erbe, B&B Marconi Apartments 11 offers accommodation in Verona. The unit is set in the pedestrian area and is 600 metres from Verona Arena and Piazza Bra. With wood details, the unit is fitted with a kitchen with a dishwasher, fridge and oven. A flat-screen TV, as well as a kettle and microwave, are available. There are 2 private bathrooms and 1 shower. Church of St. Fermo is 200 metres from B&B Marconi Apartments 11, while Santa Anastasia church is 600 metres away. The nearest airport is Verona Airport, 13 km from B&B Marconi Apartments 11.
Property Location With a stay at B&B Residenza Ermanni in Verona (Citta Antica), you'll be a 5-minute walk from Verona Arena and 9 minutes by foot from Juliet's House. This bed & breakfast is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Castelvecchio and 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Piazza delle Erbe. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 3 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with showers are provided. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and an elevator (lift).
Veronetta House is a small B&B offering 3 rooms decorated in different colours, and featuring oak-beamed ceilings traditional of Verona. Both Verona Arena and the cathedral are a 10-minute walk away.The en suite rooms come with air conditioning and LCD TV. Some offer free WiFi and some others have a balcony.Breakfast at Veronetta House is a sweet buffet, with hot and cold drinks.A bus stop with links to Villafranca Airport and Verona Porta Nuova Train Station is 200 metres from the property.
Verona Rooms is located in Verona, within 2 km of Piazza Bra and 2.5 km of Castelvecchio Bridge. Popular points of interest nearby include Via Mazzini, Piazzale Castel San Pietro and Church of St. Eufemia. The air-conditioned rooms provide a city view and come with a desk and free WiFi. At the guest house, each room comes with a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Guest rooms will provide guests with a fridge. Popular points of interest near Verona Rooms include Ponte Pietra, Piazza delle Erbe and Verona Arena. The nearest airport is Verona, 15 km from the accommodation, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
Property Location Located in Verona (Cittadella), B&B Domus Fluminis is within a 15-minute walk of Verona Arena and Castelvecchio. This bed & breakfast is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Juliet's House and 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Piazza delle Erbe. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 2 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and bidets. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily. Dining A complimentary buffet breakfast is included. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include luggage storage and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
We had a party of two adults and two children and stayed here for four nights. We had booked through a travel operator. Hotel was very clean and comfortable. When we arrived there was no tea and coffee facilities in our room but we discovered that this was probably the fault of our travel agent who said that there was. However hotel staff arranged for us to have a kettle tea and coffee to our room. Comfortable beds, nice bath/shower room serviced daily. Lovely air conditioning. Would regard bedroom decor as somewhat outdated in comparison to the bathroom. We were on the 1st floor as we requested to be low down due to our youngest being scared of heights. Breakfast substantial. Kids liked the pancakes! Coffee was good and I personally enjoyed the selection of bread rolls and cold meats. Staff friendly especially a black female waitress who was very sweet and kind- did not get her name unfortunately. Was abit disappointed by the location - we were on foot and this hotel is in a suburban location - just two minutes away from a supermarket. Taxi cost 40 euro to the airport but bus stop very near by. I was led to believe we would be in the city centre- but again this is probably the wrong advice from the travel operator whom we booked. Shame there was no pool in the hotel - however there is a members club you can use the facilities of locally and we did that instead. Full WiFi included which was a bonus! And appreciated by our teenager! I had a couple of drinks in the bar which were very reasonable - my partner was shocked about the tourist tax at the end - we had paid outright through our travel operator - or so they had told us, but again we hadn’t been aware of this but that aside- All in all a pleasant stay. Thanks!
We loved our stay at this apartment. We had everything we needed and the hosts were the friendliest we have ever met! They had all sightseeing tips prepared for us, together with the city map and additional information. The funicular is just around the corner from the apartment and we could enjoy a beautiful view of the city. The apartment is in a quiet area just across the river but very close to the center. Breakfast was great in a tosteria close by. All in all a wonderful experience! We thank our lovely hosts for their amazing hospitality!
This could have been a good experience and review. Unfortunately our Easter booking is getting ugly as the airconditioning that was advertised and paid for IS NOT SWITCHED ON BY THE HOTEL !. We arrived to find a hot room and opened a window. Unpacked and tried to switch on the AC. Expecting we had missed a simple switch or setting we contacted reception. They advised that AC is only available on a seasonal basis and not currently switched on in line with hotel policy. No this is not a joke they use ac by calendar not by rooms being hot ***** The manager is away for the rest of the day and they advised a refund would NOT be made if we move to another hotel (not easy anyway around holiday time). They offered to move us to another room but packing and unpacking to move to another sweat box seems pointless. If you are looking at booking this hotel think carefully. Today's it's the AC they have switched off, we hope they don't decide to switch off electricity or water to the rooms as a further $$$ saving policy. VERY DISHONEST TO ADVERTISE FEATURES AND SERVICES THAT ARE NOT PROVIDED. We will post a daily update of our ongoing experience. Please let the hotel know you are reading this.
Sadly we were in Verona for a family funeral, and for only two nights and three days. We booked via lastminute.com and found the cost of hotel and flight from Gatwick to be less than just the flights alone from Stansted. There were three of us, two brothers and a cousin, and we each had a perfectly respectable double room of varying sizes - minibar, but no tea or coffee making facilities in the rooms. Any concerns I had about the hotel given the low cost were completely unfounded. This proved to be a lovely hotel with very helpful staff. We had one small issue, which is not worth going into detail here, and the staff and management were immediately very apologetic and in fact discounted some of our drinks from the bar. On our last day, we checked out during the morning and they kept our cases locked away for us to collect later in the day for our late flight that evening. In short, it was the perfect hotel for our purpose, and perfectly located to walk into the city and short taxi rides for our other fairly local destinations. I may have to return to Verona for family reasons and would definitely stay at Hotel Italia again.
I’m not sure how I feel about the Hotel Accademia. The location of the hotel can’t be beat. It’s absolutely perfect-situated within a short walk to Verona’s major attractions. It’s surrounded by shopping and restaurants. There is a sitting area located off of reception and there was a table with a choice of juice or a small glass of sparkling wine offered as a welcome drink. The nicest brief staff interactions were with the bartender and the man who served our breakfast. The rest of my experience was not 5 star. The check in process was efficient but not warm. The valet staff was unfriendly during our entire stay...just an occasional mutter of Buona Sera etc. They did not open doors for us upon coming or going and did not offer to help with bags upon check in. There is an elevator but in order to get to our rooms, we had to take the bags over an additional two flights of stairs. It was not a problem for me but I had to carry my mother’s bags up and down. So, this is something to consider. We booked two superior double rooms. The rooms were very sp****. I certainly felt that the rooms were more of a 3 star experience. The bed and pillows were very firm, the floors were bare with no carpeting, the furniture was dated and mismatched, there was one ugly piece of art on the wall (crooked with a warped frame) and the rest of the walls were drab and bare. All the cups in the room were plastic. My shower head was leaking and sprayed all over when I turned it on. I informed reception at breakfast but 5 hours later if was not fixed. The second time I called, someone came right away and it was fixed in about 15 minutes. Anyone cleaning the room would have noticed a shower head that was not functioning properly. I have stayed in Verona before and I’ve traveled extensively in Italy. You can do better in this magical city.
Small hotel, very clean and on excellent location. Just 10 min walk from Arena. However there are few points to take into consideration before booking this hotel. There is no elevator, so if you carry heavy luggage, prepare to lift it yourself to the first floor. The rooms are small and tiny so if you are tall or big in any way, this might be a problem. I barely could open my suitcase in the room, and walking around the bed to hang up my clothes was impossible. The bad is also a bit short do if you are taller than 1.86cm it might be an issue. The bathroom is tiny too so for me there was no problem but I can imagine that tall ppl might have issues using it. The breakfast is very nice, but hotel is a bit creepy but in fashioned way. Nothing bad, but some of the areas look like they are made for Halloween purpose. Overall, good deal for the money if you are not too tall.
Originally booked & paid for our room in 2019 - The Hotel were very gracious in keeping the availability open for us, which was very nice of them indeed. The Hotel itself is fantastic - you couldn’t ask for more luxury - well perhaps if they had a pool & spa but hey ho - a very ornate interior done to a very high standard - our room was great - enough space, very very clean & a lovely rooftop view to the rear with one or two church spires thrown in - lovely to hear the bells tolling. The Hotel is a 1 minute walk to one of the pedestrianised streets leading through the City - everything is within easy walking distance of the Hotel - shops bars restaurants & sightseeing - all very easy. Let me get onto the Staff ! I have stayed in some very nice hotels on my travels but I have never had Staff members that were so professional and attentive - nothing was too much - I would particularly like to thank the Reception Staff - not only did they help organise car transfers for day trips & airport etc but also helped complete covid registration forms that were in Italian for the local pharmacy over the road & a lot more - superb service is all I can say - I will definitely be back to the Due Torri
Down a small, quiet side street on the outskirts of the old city, this hotel was perfectly placed for sightseeing as we only had one night in Verona (avoid all the Romeo and Juliet stuff - guys, they were FICTIONAL! - and concentrate on the great Roman, medieval and Renaissance sights). The room cost 109 euros for the night, including breakfast. Parking cost 18 euros (more than the cost of our hire car per day!) We were escorted by a hotel employee to the underground car park about 100m away in the same street. We had to go down two levels and then reverse into quite a small individual garage (we were glad we didn’t have a big car!) The garage door was then locked and we were given a key. A nice touch were the jugs of iced water and juice (or prosecco if you wanted it!) and pastries on the table in the foyer on our arrival in the heat of the day. Our room was in another building about 50 yards away on the same street. The room was a mix of olde-world charm and very tasteful modern furnishings and bathroom fittings. Unusual fancy silver-coloured wrought iron bed head. Immaculately clean. Good toiletries, good WiFi, fridge and safe, but no kettle. Very unusually, a set of scales - best avoided after all the pasta and pastries! Odd, quirky narrow horizontal windows had only sheer curtains, which let the street light in at night and the daylight woke us at 5.30am. The air conditioning was pretty ineffective, which made it too hot in bed at night. Breakfast was in the basement of the main building and OK. Good scrambled eggs, not so good juice. Small packets of cereals. Yogurt, apples and oranges, ham, cheese and rolls, cakes and pastries. As often the case, excellent coffee and hot chocolate, made to order.
We stayed for two days and we felt like home! The receptionist was very polite and very helpful. She provided us with a map and marked all the sightseeings we had to see during our staying!!! She also recommended to buy breakfast from Aldi store, which was about 100-200 meters away from the residence. And so we did! You can find every kind of snacks in great prices! We couldn't believe that with 1.5€ you could buy sweet and saulty snack (donuts*2 and cheese snack)!!! In terms of room comfort, we were really pleased!!! Nice kitchenette with all amenities. Boiling device, oven, fridge, freezer. Also, a comfy dinning table and of course a large bed with extra pillows as I had asked!!! The toilet was ok but big. It was equipped with washing machine and guess what else...! A washing dose and softener!!! Wow!!! Didn't expected it!!! Overall, i can say that it was a value of money!!! And let me tell you one last hint. It is near the train station and very close to the entrance of the city!In my opinion, it is preferred to reach the center of the city on foot as to check by yourself the local stores! If you are not a walking type, you can buy bus tickets from the tobacco store, about 100-150 meters from the residence, 30-50 meters before the city entrance!
We drove to Verona and were a little concerned when we initially drove into the hotel car park (seemed to be close to an area of the conference Centre/a little business park’ish and at an intersection of busy main roads etc with no obvious way to Verona for walking) But... The hotel staff are really helpful and friendly. The shuttle service into Verona ( only 10 mins) is great including a late return after the opera. The rooms are fantastic - new, smart, large, comfortable beds, etc etc. perhaps the best we stayed in in 5 hotels in the last two weeks. A perfect way to visit Verona at a sensible price. The opera is a must. The restaurants around the Arena are great for pre opera dinner.
We booked back last October, searching for a five star hotel in Verona not wanting to go back to the previous Hotel (considered n1 which was no where near 5star). I searched and went through and compared various reviews from different sources and tried booking well in advance. The Hotel Gabbia D’Oro was our perfect solution for a weekend over in Verona for a long time summer friend’s 50th birthday party. The hotel well exceeded our expectations! Extremely courteous, it felt being guests in an exquisite home. Very pleasantly decorated with a distinguished personal touch and good taste. Antiques, silverware, a sanctuary of tradition. We booked a Junior Suite and were upgraded to a Superior Suite, 204 very cosy and just perfect, an entrance, living room, double bedroom and complete marble bathroom. We just had to ask for a proper hairdryer instead of the slow wall dryer, everything else was there for us. Breakfast room at a glance was triumphant and glittery, personnel very kind, discreet and service full. In the conservatory I regularly passed by to say hello and “chat” to two beautiful parrots Romeo e Giulietta. Romeo would recognize my voice as I descended the second time and chirruping like calling out for attention, an absolute delight. The blonde lady at reception was particularly kind with us throughout. Thank you for the nice time, we shall definitely recommend Hotel Gabbia d’Oro for anyone wishing to have a super plunge into historic Verona, couple of steps away from Piazza delle Erbe, all within walking distance. Thank you!
Excellent service and cleaning I strongly advise the equipped residence of everything you can need to find a friendly and competitive personal, I was to accompany my dad to the bourgeois hospital and certainly as soon as I have to return to Verona I'll pick again Verona class
Excellent structure, cleaning and compliance with COVID standards. Complete standard room for all comforts with coffee machine and boiler. Fenster bathroom with comfortable shower and courtesy set. A 1 minute walk from the arena. Comfortable bed, air conditioning, TV. If chosen for long stays, there is no closet but only dressing with view. Excellent reception service, the possibility of leaving bags out of the room.
The hotel premises and breakfast are good, the members of the staff very nice apart from a very specific one. My experience with B&B Hotel Verona was a real nightmare on 28 and 29 March 2022. Since I had a whole Monday of fully online work I chose to stay there because I thought I would have had some good and safe internet connection. However, to my absolute desperation, their wi-fi apparently didn't (or doesn't) connect to PCs, only to mobiles. When I found this out, I immediately requested some urgent help to a Sir at the reception. This Sir was of absolutely no help, rude and not willing to cooperate or provide any solution at all. He claimed to be too busy with breakfast and that he was not a technician. He rudely told me the problem was mine and on my PC. His female colleague kindly tried to help me somehow but he even told her to leave me alone and get back to her work. Much later on, this Sir finally took the initiative to help me somehow but it was then too late since I had already bluetoothed my PC to my smartphone. Otherwise I would have gotten into extremely serious trouble at work and lost loads of money. At the end of the day I was extremely enraged. So, I wrote some negative review on Google. To my surprise, as I was checking out the following day, this very same Sir tried to intimidate and threaten/menace me if I didn't delete this negative review about him from Google. I am now very scared and afraid because this Sir has access to all my personal data. I will try to report my case to the Italian police as well as to the general administration of B&B hotels in Italy and/or in France.
What truly stood out to me the most from my stay were the fantastic staff who were extremely kind, helpful and informative. Not the mention the fantastic location, not too close to the bustle of tourists but close enough that you are only steps away from spectacular Verona. I highly recommend a stay here should you have the chance!
We spend one evening in Verona and had a lovely stay at Le Suite di Giulietta. The room is spacious, comfortable and has a nice sized with all amenities bathroom. The location is unbeatable, just off of Pizza delle Erbe and you can actually see the balcony of Giulietta from your own balcony! The host is lovely, very responsive and helpful. Due to covid we couldn't have breakfast in the common area so they gave us a complimentary voucher for a delicious bakery just down the road. Very recommended!
An outstanding value. Great location, just minutes from the Arena. Roberto is a very gracious and helpful host. Spacious room (Aida), well-appointed decor. Comfy bed. Nice balcony. Good elevator. Strong WiFi. Super clean. Having an external bathroom for our room worked fine for us (may not for everyone). Early luggage drop off/ late luggage pick up was a great benefit to us given our train schedules. A great PAM grocery store close by. Our only critique would be a lack of an open window for the bathroom and the narrowness of the bathtub. These are design matters and not operational issues. Definitely a satisfying 4 night stay. No breakfast due to Covid-19. We found the excellent Caffè Pasticceria Barini just around the corner.
I would put more stars, if I could. Found this place after had terrible service at Rigoletto, no one was there to open door for me, so i had to find another place on the spot. For few do llars more, I got service that worth much more that they charge. Milano hotel and spa right away made me feel like at home. From the moment i walked in to the moment i was relaxing in rooftop jacuzzi, with amazing view to Arena , took exactly 25 min. I got room with view to Arena, even without asking. Breakfast was served like at high class restaurant, with huge variety of choices from the menu. Everything carefully chosen, for the clients comfort . Stuff very very polite and friendly, especially Cristina and Gavriel. There is much more to say, but it's better one time to try yourself. This place is simply cares! Thank you guys for making my stay at your place so special, cannot wait to come back!
Chose this hotel because of location, was not expecting it be as good as it was with its 2* rating. The room was very sufficient for my requirements - comfortable bed, desk to work at, wifi, small balcony, very clean. Did not try the breakfast myself, but had a look in and the food presented there looked fine to me. Easy to get to from the airport - bus to the railway station & a pleasant short walk (get a map though as the street signs are almost non-existent!). Plenty of places nearby to eat / have a drink. The historical area is also a short walk away.
i had a lovely stay at this hotel. the staff were so welcoming, offering me a kettle and a variety of teabags to drink in my room when needed. As it was hot outside and tiring walking around this was very welcome. the room was very clean and with everything i needed. The breakfast was really good, with a large variety of different food types, all served by kind and helpful staff. A great stay, and really handy for the station if you want to take day trips to Vicenza, Mantua, etc. also the signs directing visitors arriving at the train station to the hotel were so helpful.
This place is absolutely wonderful. We stayed for 2 nights from Friday 21st of June 2019, and wish we could have stayed longer. Sirena collected us from the Airport and drove through part of the city itself to show us some areas that we should visit later. The car journey was 20-30 minutes. Maddalena was waiting with a very warm welcome, and because our flight arrived early in the morning we were offered a lovely breakfast on the terrace. A wonderful way to start our holiday! The villa is on a hillside in Avesa, a 12-15 minute bus ride from Corso Cavour or Via Armando Diaz in Verona centre. (Make sure you check the last bus times!) Although the climb up the hillside from the gates to the villa is steep and a little hard on a hot day, the view is spectacular. We stayed in the Junior Suite, which includes a massive comfortable bed, shower room, separate living room and separate fully-functioning kitchen with dining table. The bedroom has balcony doors with great views, and the living room opens onto the court yard, where you can sit and have a drink whilst looking out over Verona, the mountains, and the beautiful surroundings of the Villa itself. On both nights that we returned to the hotel, hot and exhausted from our sightseeing, Maddalena welcomed us back and was on hand to bring us some chilled prosecco and snacks to enjoy on the terrace. We watched the lights come on in the city as the sun set behind the mountains. Although the building and the location is superb, the greatest thing about our stay here was the people. Maddalena and Sirena were so friendly, welcoming and helpful. It made us wish we could spend more time at the hotel itself! If you stay here, I urge you to talk to Maddalena and Sirena. They are lovely people, they have ideas and solutions for everything and language is no barrier when people are so welcoming. We definitely hope to return!
We have just spent four nights in the Tosca suite in this hotel and couldnt be happier with our choice of accommodation in Verona. The suite was well appointed with a bijou terrace for breakfast, great in room facilities, spacious bathroom and quality bedding. While the facilities in the apartments are excellent the jewel in the crown is the location, right beside all the main attractions and steps away from the prestiguous shopping street. If you thibk the reviews of this property are too good to be true. They are not, dont hesitate and book today.
This is a solid Italian hotel right in the center of Verona,moreover it has a pleasant international flavor: Italian hospitality at its best and up to date technology to give you comfort and convenience. Though at first it was intimidating, we loved the tablet which controls windows, doors, lights and more. Bathroom is equipped with a super technological jacuzi shower that most travelers will enjoy, but we just had ;-) a normal warm shower. Breakfast (included in the room fare) was a very pleasant surprise: it's buffet style, but hotel staff serves you what you choose, so that (in this COVID time) you feel safe and relaxed. Good variety of Italian cheese, cured meats, boiled and scrambled eggs, bacon beside freshly baked croissants, cakes, whole fruit and more. They have also a gluten free section. We found everyone in the stuff kind and caring, even offering you fresh water when you arrive back late in the night from the Opera: the Arena is just ten minutes walk away!! The hotel has a nice lounge with bar and seating “al fresco” with good Italian gelato. Highly recommended.
I had a booking for three nights in June 2020, moved to August 2020 as an attempt to be able to take this trip, since te hotel was closed in June due to the pandemic. The trip did not happen in August again, since the situation had not improved. I have exchanged several emails with the manager, Michela Giavarini, always asking for a refund, but she always said we should wait a little more, a little more. I realized that the trip will not be possible this year again, since borders remain closed, and asked one more time for a refund. She now refuses it saying I can only get a voucher, never issued by the way. It is ridiculous, after all this time, to get only a voucher, since prices increase every season, but my credit remains frozen, and I do not know when I will be able to take this trip again. Maybe, when I do, if ever, the three nights I have already paid for will be worth only one, if so. Besides, now she hardly answers my emails. Last time I sent six before finally getting this negative answer, with no clear explanation. My reservation was non-refundable in case I cancel it or move the dates. But it does not say anything about the hotel being closed at the time I have booked and not being able to provide the hired services. So, they should reimburse my reservation. It is the only hotel that has not reimbursed my reservation for this trip I had planned, after more than one year of the date of the reservation. I do not recommend this hotel with this kind of people working there. Please, avoid it.
The room was ok, I would say pretty average, nothing great, nothing bad. I didn't like the sheets because we only had the thin ones so it was a bit chilly and there was no extra blanket in the room. Other than that, I had a reservation for 2 and the room was prepared for just one. What was a bad experience for me was that the shower drain was clogged and when I went to take a shower I had to turn it on and off all the time, waiting for the water to slowly go down. That was very unpleasant especially after coming to the hotel after a long day, all I wanted was to take a nice shower and go to sleep.
Location, location, location If you're interested in shopping for couture merchandise, many high-end retail shops are located on the same street as Residenza Borsari. If you're interested in bargains, walk a few blocks to Piazza del Erbe where there seems to be a never-ending flea market; I bought a scarf for 5EU and leather gloves for 15EU. Excellent restaurants are within a block or two. I can't tell you what the street is like on weekdays, but on Fridays and Saturdays Corso Porta Borsari is FULL of activity. I had no difficulty falling asleep because I was tired after a week of sightseeing, but since my bedroom faced the street, I did hear the faint incessant conversation of the Italian passers by. Italians seem to have so much to say to each other. The accommodations were very luxurious, especially considering the price point. The bathroom was very large and covered with what appeared to be real marble. The shower worked very well and there was plenty of hot water. The bedrooms were large even by United States standards and had lots of drawers and closet space and comfortable mattresses. Breakfast was fine and served in a luxurious atmosphere. I enjoyed the fresh cut up fruit, the assortment of cheeses, and pear and peach nectars. There were many other breakfast items I did not taste. Eggs and fresh squeezed juice were offered. The lobby and breakfast room of Residenza Borsari are very spacious and beautifully decorated in traditional style. Michaela ran the breakfast, checked us in and out, and helped us get our luggage up the stairs. She is wonderful and speaks English well. The elevator goes to some levels of this building but not to the level our rooms were located on. I would go so far as to call Residenza Borsari a hidden gem.
We just came back from Verona, we were guests of this magnificent structure, in very simple words, we found ourselves very good, an exceptional cleaning, a new bathroom and above all a place to believe, a walk from the famous Arena, in the center of everything. It was really wonderful and we were also lucky with an exceptional time that allowed us to enjoy these three days of dream ... we will repeat the experience absolutely, a great place!
This far exceeded our expectations even though had been highly recommended by a friend. The setting is idyllic, a peaceful antidote to a busy city break visiting Verona. We spent 5 nights here and didn't want to leave. Some reviewers have criticised the remoteness of the location, but we specifically wanted the quiet. You either need to hire a car; you've then got the hassle of parking or spend a similar amount on taxis, as we did. I rarely sleep well on holiday due to the beds; I've never slept so well - adjustable beds and stay cool memory matresses. Last but not least, you will not come across more hospitable hosts in Ghandi and Paola, nothing was too much trouble.
I stayed here as part of a small (30-40 person) conference. This is a nice hotel and its not too expensive (10-12 Euros) to taxi from it to the Piazza Bra or the Porto Nuova train station. Unfortunately the hotel did not think to keep their restaurant open at night, which meant that most of the attendees, without transport were stuck for dinner. I asked about using the spa and was told they needed 30 mins notice to heat it up. I came back 30 mins later and asked to be shown the way (as instructed earlier) and the new person staffing the desk rolled his eyes at me in irritation which made me feel awful. 30 mins was not long enough and the actual jacuzzi was still fairly cold.
My partner and I stayed for 4 nights at the end of August/beginning of September, the location is great, walkable from the train station (15/20 mins) and less then 5 mins from the arena and main streets. We had breakfast included which was ok, staff were friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again if we were to visit Verona. The hotel also had good covid measured in place, hand sanitizer around the hotel, Perspex screens and masks, arrows to direct which way to go in/out. Particularly with breakfast instead of a buffet you pick what you want the night before and they bring it to your table, we had no concerns at all about the cleanliness and were happy with the measures in place.
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