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Via Dei Mutilati 5, Verona, VR37122 Italy | 1-866-599-6674
out of 5 reviews
“Bed and Breakfast is a great location”
I travel alone and prefer the independence that the Filarmonico affords. Its location is ideal. The bathroom facilities were always well kept and there was no problem sharing. Just assume you are having guests, or are a guest, and must share facilities. The room I had was large. It did not have a view of anything in particular, but I didn't need one. The supermarket nearby is handy for personal needs and food items. The street is quiet, well-lit, and convenient to everything. Don't expect frills or service. This is an "on-your-own" bed and breakfast. The manager also allowed me to store my bags and gave me a different set of keys to the adjacent building. She was upset that I had missed the breakfast . . . and so was I. The manager asked for payment in cash and I forgot to get a receipt but all was well
“Perfect Location and Great Room for Money”
This B&B is around the corner from where you want to be, could not be a better location. There were 4 of us and we stayed in one room but high ceilings very clean and comfortable and two beautiful and clean bathrooms, was not uncomfortable going across the hall at all and breakfast was excellent (with cappacino). Would recommend highly, may be warm in summer but after 2 weeks in Italy in May, could not imagine how hot it would be everywhere in full summer. The Owner also has a B&B in the same building (which was very secure and apt is on 6th floor but there is elevator), and there are baths with the rooms. Would stay here everytime I came to Verona which I did enjoy. There was parking next door underground by grocery store but it is expensive so we parked rental in a lot outside old city for 5 euros a night and took the bus into city.
“Excellent place to enjoy Verona old Town!”
Love the city, the area and location of the hotel.....excellent! Recommended!
“Family ambience with some caveats”
Since this is basically a pensione (B&B) in what amounts to a suite of rooms on an upper floor of a residential building, it has the comforts and some of the drawbacks of this kind of hospitality. On the plus side, our hosts, Sra. Silvana and her son Tiziano, were welcoming, friendly and responsive to our needs. The breakfast, an important amenity, offered a good range of choices and was served in a sunny, well-furnished dining room. The location was choice, not only near Piazza Bra' and the Arena, but also near a delightful, and very useful, supermarket. It was also very quiet. The drawbacks: no private bathrooms; electrical problems (the circuit breaker kept tripping, sending our room into darkness and cutting off the AC); and the AC was a free-standing unit whose exhaust pipe, connected to the window with duct tape, popped out of the window while we were sleeping. These may only be problems in the height of the summer heat, however. The rooms were sparely furnished, but sufficient to our needs, though ours had no mini-fridge (our hostess allowed us to chill our wine and juice in one of their refrigerators). Altogether, the accomodation was satisfactory for the price and if you enjoy family-style hospitality.
Hotel is in an excellant location to walk to the main sections of Verona. Comfort is O.K.