Ratings based on 23 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Maya from -
Perfect locationPosted May 4, 2014
Perfect location, right in the city. Walked everywhere. They don't have a lot of info on what you can do, etc. It's more of a bunch of apartments that they rent for a minimum of a week so you won't expect room service. My room was rather dusty and I had to take anti-histamines. Claudia was really nice though. She helped me with directions to the tourist center where I got more information. The toilet's clean and there's an attached kitchen should you want to cook. There's this lady who was staying in the block who kept practicing her singing and they were playing music- utterly annoying. She practiced about 3 hours a day! If you're alright with accommodation that gets cleaned once a week, may be a little dusty but is close to everything, do not hesitate. I'd rate this 3 out of 5 overall.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great apartment in a great locationPosted Apr 28, 2014
Lovely, clean apartment with great views of the castelvecchio. Very central location near to all the sights and attractions.
for Everyoneby RayW from Grays, UK
Super hotelPosted Aug 6, 2012
Great hotel in a super position - right next to the old castle and overlooking the river, a few minutes walk from the centre of town. The room was excellent: really spacious, with kitchen area and all necessary facilities, air-conditioning etc. Very quiet and comfortable. Staff were really helpful, friendly and accomodating.
for Couplesby Ben from Sydney NSW, Australia
Perfect base for a week in VeronaPosted Jul 19, 2012
Pros: Location, staff, washing machine, wifi
Cons: Dated furnishings
Location: Perfect. Edge of the old city, right near the castle and the river. Quiet but central.
We had a great experience at La Residenza Verona House and would definitely stay there again. The location is just on the edge of the old town near the river and everything is within walking distance. The owners are very helpful and friendly. They speak English quite well and gave good recommendations for places to see and eat. We had room number 10. It's a studio apartment on the 1st floor and it was exactly what we needed. The room was clean, quiet and pleasant, though the furnishings are a little dated. It's not really cute or romantic if that's what you're looking for but we spent most of the time walking, eating and drinking our way around the old city. The convenience of location, having a washing machine and a fridge outweighed the rest. Our room had: Free wifi Aircon Washing machine Kitchen with fridge and cooktop Small living room There is on-street parking. We didn't have trouble finding spaces out the front but they are limited. The parking permit €8 per day from reception. Breakfast is a coupon for coffee/juice and a croissant at a nice cafe over the road. It's not open on Sunday though so you'll have to walk to the main square and buy something.
for Everyoneby Maggie from Edinburgh
Great space - and air con.Posted Jul 1, 2012
Cons: Absence of anyone in reception.
Location: Superb, right opposite Castelvecchio, a few minutes' walk from Piazza Bra.
We were there for a week, so it was good to have so much space - living/kitchen downstairs, bedroom/bath up. All a bit tired, but the location made up for it. Giuseppe was excellent when we arrived and gave us lots of info, but the lady who was there in the mornings was constantly on the phone and never once spoke - just handed over the breakfast voucher and smiled while continuing her conversation. However, it was a very comfortable stay, and the air-conditioning was very effective - vital last week when the temperature hit 40.
for Everyoneby Hannah from Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK
Clean, friendly and in an excellent locationPosted Jun 12, 2012
Pros: The staff were brilliant - so friendly and helpful, nothing was too much trouble.
Location: Ideal loctaion - on a quiet street next to the Castelvecchio Museum but only a few minutes walk from the tourist attractions, shops and restaruants
We were pleasantly surprised to find that we had a large room with en suite, sitting room and kitchenette. Very comfortable and clean. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful - really went out of their way to ensure we got the most out of our stay in Verona. Excellent location - a few minutes walk from The Arena and shops but on a quiet street with a stunning view of the Castelvecchio museum opposite.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Home away from homePosted Jun 9, 2012
Pros: Good Location. Quiet. Clean. Felt Italian.
Cons: Lack of internet and English TV in room
Location: Near to centre without the commotion of centre. Good bus connections.
The hotel fulfilled all our expectations. I rated the staff 4 only because it seems the best place to inform the hotel owners that because the reception area (and consequently the computer) is open only a few hours on most days of the week the service of the hotel is lessened. We had to stand in the entrance hallway for wifi. When we were on day trips we missed a chance to use internet time. The reception staff was very willing to assist although the English of some was limited. We personally don't expect the whole world to speak English, but this is important point for some travellers to know in advance. We weren't looking for a luxury hotel. We wanted a clean convenient spot for a week in Verona. We are pensioners, prefer a chance to shop locally and eat in the apt once a day. Enjoyed the breakfast voucher - service in local cafe/bar for coffee and pastry.
Nexttgo Castelvecchio so very central.Posted May 22, 2012 on Hotels.com
Nowhere to sit outside and unstaffed afternoons and evenings. The only place to relax was in the room. Rooms overlooking Castelvecchio very noisy with passing traffic.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Yorkshire
A very good basePosted Jul 30, 2011
This hotel is next door to Castelvecchio and very close to the amphitheatre and town centre. There are only minor gripes - the reception people are not always there, not even when they are meant to be. However they are very friendly and helpful. The decor is a bit dated but all very clean and confortable. The wifi service is very limited (or rather becomes costly after 15 minutes) but reception printed off my flight boarding passes which they didn't need to do. All in all, we'd be happy to go there again (in fact wouldn't really consider going elsewhere).
for Couplesby fergus from scotland
A perfect base for the city centre.Posted Jul 5, 2011
Our room was comfortable with old fashioned hand painted furniture, and a small shower room. The shower room is small but perfectly fine with new fittings. It was great having a small fridge in the room. The room was cleaned thoroughly every day, and we got clean towels every day. Beds v comfy. Air conditioning was excellent and very quiet. The 2 young women running the place were extremely helpful and were happy to chat. There was no problem leaving our stuff in the hotel until we got our train later in the afternoon. The location is great for taking the water buses on the Grand Canal, and you can walk to all the major sights in 15min. There is a lovely square just at the end of the little street where you can sit out. The only problem with the hotel is that there is no-where to sit out, but this is true of most hotels. It is nice sitting in the squares but of course you have to buy a drink to do this. There are very few squares with benches for the public to use, and the ones there are, are well used. We tended to drink too much at night because we had to sit at cafes to stay outside. (We're too old to be hanging round steps). The cost is very reasonable for the location, and you really are in the centre of things. If you're on the go all day and only need a base to drop in through the day and sleep at night, this is perfect.