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Why Stay At Palazzo Victoria
Constructed on top of age-old Roman ruins, the dignified hotel captures the essence of European elegance.
The design at Palazzo Victoria strikes a beautiful symbiosis between Verona's illustrious past (spanning two millennia) and the sleek present. Remnants of Medieval and Roman architecture are proudly displayed throughout the hotel's public areas alongside overstuffed cream-colored leather sofas and of-the-moment trendy furnishings. And while the 71 individually appointed rooms showcase high ceilings, wrought iron wrap-around balconies, original Veronese antiquities and marble bathrooms, they do not lack techie must-haves like complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access, air conditioning and satellite TV. Retreat to the property's internal garden threaded with paths and dotted with columns and courtyard furniture. Dinner at resident Borsari 36 restaurant equals its unique setting. Diners are treated to lively cooking demonstrations and impromptu degustations by the Executive chef who puts a modern take on Veronese classic cookery. Before retiring for the night, guests gather for a tipple (try the locally favored spritz) and mellow Jazz tunes at the Victoria Club Bar.
The hotel is less than a 5-minute walk from Verona's defiant must-visit Castelvecchio fortress and Art Gallery.
No need to rush out to breakfast in the morning: Palazzo Victoria's buffet is available until 11am.
Arrive at Verona Villafranca Airport (VRN) which is approximately 8 miles from the hotel Anticipate about 20 minutes of travel time.Via Adua 8, Verona, Veneto, Italy
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Concierge Service
- Laundry Service
- Business Service
- Individual Decor
- Air Conditioning
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Satellite TV
- Marble Bathrooms
- Bathtubs or Showers
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Mini Bars
- In-room Safes
- Bar + Lounge
- Outdoor Dining
- In-room Dining
- Rates based on single or double occupancy
- Hotel taxes are included in the nightly rate
Why We Love Verona
Tucked away near Lake Garda in Northern Italy, the charming ancient Roman town dates back nearly 2000 years and (due to its ties to Romeo and Juliet's immortal story) is fondly known as the City of Love.
Via Arche Scaligeri 2, Verona.
Where to Drink: Oenophiles rejoice and pick from the staggering 80,000-bottle selection at the historic wine bar (anno 1890) of Antica Bottega del Vino. Taste-test from the five dozen well balanced wines poured by the glass at reasonable prices. Drinks for two €8.
Via Scudo di Francia 3, Verona.
Where to Shop: If you are looking for high-style designer gear, stroll along the town center's fashionable Via Mazzini and Via Cappello known as Verona's Golden Mile where boutiques of Fendi, Cartier, Gucci and Versace line up wall-to-wall.
Day Trip: Want to get back to nature? Head 40 miles north to Malcesine on breathtaking Lake Garda and take the funicular to the top of Mount Baldo for panoramic views. Visit the museum at the castle to learn more about region's evolution, flora and fauna.
Why Go Now
June 20 - September 7, 2014
The 92nd installment of this world famous festival presents 6 different operas and a total of 54 performances from greats like Plácido Domingo in an awe-inspiring setting.
Arena di Verona.
July 1, 2014
Vini, Baci, Bici (Wine, Kisses and Bikes)
An annual meeting of national bicycle enthusiasts with rides in and around the Veronese region.
Verona Summer Jazz Festival
During the three-week festival Italian and international Jazz musicians perform at centuries-old venues like the Teatro Romano and Corte Mercato Vecchio.
Venues across town.