Unique Quality: The Hotel occupies a fourteenth century buildings (the Palazzo dell'Aquila), which formerly belonged to Della Scala family. A lot of work has recently been carried out on the facilities in order to enhance both th rooms and other parts of the hotel. It is elegant and refined, and rightly famous throughout the world for the quality of its service and beauty of this furnishings. The All'Aquila restaurant was once the meeting place of the Veronese nobility and the favourite haunt of artist and poets both from our century and the past. Customers can rediscover the taste of traditional Veneto specialities in surroundings which, together with exceptional service, make the restaurant one of the most renowned in Verona. The 90 elegant rooms, including 8 suites, are all stylishly decorated with antique furniture from several historical periods.
Besides the fact that it was back in 1976, on a school trip... I have no memory of this hotel at all. I found a list of where we stayed and for how long, but can't remember a thing about this one. I know it was the last one we stayed in before we drove back to Switzerland, and we saw Juliet's Balcony... but that's it.
The most exclusive and the most expensive hotel in the city of Verona. Sincerely, I dont know the hotel, but my friends from Verona told me it is the best hotel in the town.
single room 93-336 euros
double room 170-439
Unique Quality: It has all kind of facilities, excellent service and perfect location
Directions: In the old core of the town, just a foot from S.Anastasia Church
Unique Quality: Didn't actually stay there, but cheekily popped in to pick up a free tourist map, to be confronted with one of the most impressive hotel lobbies I've ever seen. OK, I'm not usually a 5* hotel guest, so maybe easily impressed.... but it was lovely (and they happily gave us a free map!)
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Address: Piazza S. Anastasia 4, Verona, Veneto, 37121, Italy