Mid-Range hotels in Verona, Italy
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Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 11, 2013
The hotel is like a new one cause they renovated the rooms. The only black cloud was the A/C. I don't think they upgraded it so it was very old and didn't work well. Except that it is a very great place , and the location in Verona is perfect , no need to use the car.
"The perfect hotel"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Dec 29, 2012
This hotel was magnificent. The room was generously spacious and the location to surrounding city life couldn't be better. So many shops, restaurants, quick bites like halal kebab and crepes and donuts, fresh fruit stands, historical points of interest, all within effortless reach from this hotel. The breakfast was delicious as well as generous because its a buffet. Honestly, the most comfortable stay in verona that we de died to stay another night because it was that special. Definitely booking here next time we visit timeless verona.
"Great value for money!"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 12, 2012
We stayed in Verona for four nights and the hotel provided an excellent place to use as our rest stop. You must have a car to get around but that is the only disadvantage if you want to call it one. We had a great breakfast every morning and stud staff were vEry friendly and pleasant.
"Fit for William Shakespeare"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jul 19, 2012
The room bedroom and bathrooms were large, cool, clean, quiet and very comfortable. The breakfast was elaborate and delicious. The concierges were very helpful. I was amazed by how much we got for such a reasonable price. We were about 4 miles from the Ampitheatre, where we saw a Romeo and Juliet opera. This was not a problem, since we got affordable cab rides in and out of the old town, even late at night.
"Very small room, close to train station"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on May 1, 2012
The reasons we stayed here were price and location. Since we don't want to carry our luggage for long distance walk or try to figure out what bus to take to get into the city center, Piccolo is a ideal local with just a short 8 mins walk from train station. This place is easy to spot. One big red building. Piccolo and the Martini Hotel next door are under the same management. In fact, we checked-in at the Martini. April is still a low season in Verona, therefore there was not many hotel staffers. In fact, the guy we saw cleaning outside windows was later dressed up to be the bartender later that evening. The facility is clean. Room is very very very small. One big queen size bed in the middle, 1 - 2 ft of wall space surround it. Breakfast is basic, not much selections, but I still enjoy the self-serve espresso and cappuccino machine at the breakfast area. The internet cost some money which I know when I booked the place. I did not use the service because we were out all the time. I probably will find another hotel next time when I return to Verona knowing what I know now on the city and distance. For 1st timer, no a bad choice.
Reviewed by David V. of "Wisconsin" on
Apr 14, 2012
We stayed two nights. It was too far from the train depot to walk, so we took a ten euro cab ride to get there.
Upon leaving, we had the hotel desk call for a cab, which we didn't realize adds five euro to the fare.... Not too big a deal, but a short walk and a cab could have been hailed from the street corner for less..
Aside from a noisy neighbor who we could hear, it was a fine choice. And there is a GREAT family run pizza place just a block further up the street.