Ratings based on 32 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Denise from Poole, UK
Good value for money midrange hotel.Posted Jul 26, 2013
The room was very nice with good air conditiioning as it was very hot outside and also very quiet at night. The hotel was comfortable and the breakfast food was good, As mentioned in other reviews the coffee from the machine at breakfast is pretty awful but I found .thehot chocolate to be ok..There was a slight misunderstanding on arrivall in that the guy at recepton told us in English that we had a double bed that there had been a mistake and that we had to share a dpuble bed for the first night.We are 2 friends so I was not pleased.However, it turned out there were two single beds in the room but they had been made up as one so it was easily correctable with a couple of extra sheets.The walk into town takes about 15 mins and is not unpleasant if you take the Via Porta Pallio route.We had a view over the river tributary which was pleasant. Overall good compromise on closeness to town and price.
for Couplesby Alice from Southampton, UK
Good hotelPosted Jun 23, 2013
Pros: NIce staff. Good breakfast.
Cons: Not possible to change settings of air conditionning.
Location: Close to the train station. 15 min walk to center of Verona.
This is a good hotel for travellers with strict budget. The breakfast area outside is very nice. Pretty quite area.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Clean basic hotelPosted Jun 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel had basic rooms with quite dated decor but was very clean. The room was quite small and the TV only had italian channels. The sound proofing wasn't great. We were usually woken up by the cleaners in adajcent rooms vacuuming. The hotel also didn't provide the 'do not disturb'signs for the door handle which meant we had to shout at the cleaners not to come in most mornings as they started quite early. Generally, the staff were pleasant apart from one or two - one staff member tut-tutted when my partner came into the lobby after a run because he was sweating and when we checked in we were not informed about the times of the complimentary breakfast and the location of the fitness facilities. The wifi was 5 euro for 24hrs. The wifi tended to be a bit hit and miss in the morning. The hotel is located close to the train station which made for an easy commute to and from the airport. The hotel is located about 15-20 mins walk from the Arena depending on how quickly you walk. There isn't much around the hotel (restaurants sights etc).Overall, the hotel is a budget option and if you want more comforts head to a more expensive central hotel
for Everyoneby MISS S from England, UK
WORST hotel... extremely BAD service and staff!!Posted Mar 31, 2013
Location: they say it's close to train station, it's FAR!!
WORST hotel I've ever been to! hotel staff are the most unfriendliest, cold-hearted deceptive people I've seen.. Trust me, it's absolutely not worth wasting money there, even if you found it cheaper!!! It will ruin ur travel experience by 100%
for Couplesby Retired couple. from Dorset, UK
Clean & decent.Posted Nov 16, 2012
Cons: No restaurants nearby.
Location: Handy for the station.
A cosy room. Comfortable bed. Good bathroom. Excellent buffet breakfast. Free tea & coffee anytime. A few minutes walk from the railway station. Good staff. No restaurants nearby, but not too far to walk to the old town. The area around the Arena is expensive, but 'Brek' offers very good value, also the bar next door, buy a beer & get all the freee nibbles! Great city for sightseeing..
for Familiesby dave
15 minuets walk to centre but that was finePosted Oct 16, 2012 on Hotels.com
Very nice hotel have stayed in the Piccolo(sister hotel next door) before, very satisfied with both hotels,very convenient for train and bus stations.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
close to bus & train stationPosted Aug 18, 2012 on Hotels.com
hotel basic but room was clean and good typical continental breaqkfast, 20 minute walk to main city sights but on the whole hotel met our needs for a short city break. very handy for bus & train station
for Everyoneby Lesley from Macclesfield, UK
Very good for opera goers.Posted Jul 30, 2012
Hotel was fine though they made us pay for a cancellation the night before we stayed, which I booked by mistake and cancelled straightaway. There was nothing to indicate that i couldn't cancel. Rather spoilt the experience.
Posted Jun 25, 2012 on Hotels.com
Good enough for one night. Walking distance to the sights and air conditioned, but you cannot control the air conditioning. Hard bed and very small shower and internet costs €5.
for Everyoneby Laura from London
Good Value Hotel near Train StationPosted Apr 9, 2012
Pros: The location for the station.The restaurant recommended by the hotel and to which there was a free car service in the evening was really a good deal.
Cons: The dirty windows, may be because of some local works were being carried out at the time of our stay.The staff, although efficient, are very aloof.
Location: It is a little far from the town centre, but turn left when leaving the hotel, cross the canal bridge and the walk is pleasant all the way.
Hotel well located for the train station, but a good walk from the city centre. The area is mostly residential and pleasant, but there are no food shops in the immediate vicinity. The rooms are small but have all the necessary modern amenities, some overlooking the canal. The buffet breakfast was adequate; on the whole, it was a good stay.