Ratings based on 22 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Pete from UK
Perfect replacing breakPosted May 10, 2014
We'd intended to see more of Verona and Venice, but the hotel was so lovely that we spent most of our holiday by the pool! Helpful friendly staff, a great restaurant and very comfortable room.
for Business Travelersby Giulia from Udine
Special SpaPosted Mar 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
Amazing spa for the night!!!
for Everyoneby L from East Yorkshire
Lovely hotel with great sports facilitiesPosted Sep 6, 2013
Pros: We really enjoyed the pools and gym. Lovely setting and gardens and lots of free parking.
Cons: Don't like having to pay for Wi-Fi. Gym and indoor pool area should open earlier in the mornings.
Location: You do need a hire car. Verona is approx. 10 km away but only takes 10-15 mins by car. Good road links to Lake Garda and near-by local towns.
Not a straightforward hotel to find. We picked our rental car up and headed out with the directions. After awhile of asking people for directions and nobody knowing, we were kindly chaperoned to it by a lovely local family (who weren't too sure themselves)! Eventually we found it in a Ospedaletto - not on our map! However, it was worth the wait. Lovely, clean hotel and room, helpful staff and spoke good English. Great outdoor pool and café lots of available sunbeds and space. The indoor pool though was very good with designated areas for swimming and plenty of different hydro thermal spas, the gym was very well equipped and very underused. These areas are important to us and for a nice change, we were pleasantly surprised! The only downside to the gym and indoor pool were the opening times. They don't open until 09.30 am so ended up waiting to use it before getting on with our day. The room was nice, a bit dark in decoration, but apparently they are all different! Very small shower and walls are made of paper!!
for Couplesby Errol from London
Good hotel located between Verona and Lake GardaPosted Sep 2, 2013
Pros: Good facilities, conformable and clean large room. A good restaurant which we used on three occasions, good sports facilities and helpful staff.
Cons: The shower unit in our room would have benefited from updating. it was a bit cramped for one. In general we found this part of Italy expensive.
Location: A good location for visits to Monte Baldo, Verona and Lake Garda as well as the many Vineyards in the Valpollicella region.
Villa Quaranta is located 20 minutes drive to the North West of Verona. Located in a small village of Ospedaletto. Located just to the side of the main road the hotel sits within a walled area which houses the Hotel, new and old buildings, the Villa which houses the restaurant and Large Breakfast room, court yard and chapel (with Mass on Sunday at 10.00). There is also a sports complex with pools Gym and Spa and also an outdoor pool. We had a six night stay which was very realxing. The Villa is a good spot for getting to Verona and the Lake.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
This was a very nice spa/hotel with all the amenities you could want. Then staff was knowledgable and helpful. We really enjoyed our stay.
Recommendedby Olivier from Austria
Convenient location, modern hotelPosted Jul 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
Top notch hotel, ultra modern with fantastic swimming pool and relaxation amenities. Located between Verona and Garda, convenient. Location of hotel itself is not great, but quite nonetheless.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
A satisfactory place to stay for all.Posted Jun 25, 2013
Pros: The pool and cleanliness.
Cons: Some of the staff were miserable and the pillows were awful. Towels could have been better - rather old.
Location: Not far from Verona which was good.
I needed to change the room as the first room was dark and small. I was unable to be moved when I checked in, only the following day. I was shown two rooms, which were an I prove meant on the first room. I requested feather pillows but they did not have any. The pillows were very hard, man made ones. It was necessary to pay for towels for the pool, something that I had not experienced ever before. The pool area was very good. The overall quality was good, but not excellent.
for Familiesby ChrisR from UK
We want to go back.Posted Aug 7, 2012
Pros: Location and setting
Location: Just right if you have transport for Verona and Lake Garda
The location of the hotel away from a town meant that it felt exclusive but it never felt ostentatious. The restaurant was second to none and the staff were professional and courteous.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from San Diego, CA
Fantastic Location, Amenities and Value!Posted Oct 4, 2011 on Hotels.com
Absolutely loved this hotel owned by the Tommasi family. The hotel itself is very modern, yet maintains a classic feel to it. The Fitness and Spa facilities are top notch, if that is what you're looking for... and the restaurant villa next door is fantastic! Parking is free and convenient in front of the hotel... and you can buy Tommasi wines right at the front desk at checkout if you wish. The staff is very good, and this place is all around fantastic. A+ !
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler from charlotte nc
stay close to VeronaPosted Oct 13, 2010
very nice hotel in the valpolicella region. Every room is different then the next one. good breakfast buffet. good spa center although you need to pay to get a towel and must have a head cap to swim in the pool (they will gladly sell you one!!)