As the city that has welcomed Goethe, Stendhal, Valery and Heine, Verona offers nothing less that first class accommodation. When considering where to stay, usually locating a hotel within the old historical walls of the town is preferable, as such a central location permits most tourist attractions, restaurants and bars to be in easy reach during your stay.
Verona finest hotel is undoubtedly Torri Hotel Baglioni. As part of the luxury Baglioni chain, stylish and refined Baglioni Verona is a restored medieval Palazzo near the center of town. The hotel is basked in history, with parts of the reception dating back to the 1370’s, and the hotel has played host to personalities such as Mozart, Garibaldi and Goethe. Everything about the hotel is designed with personal attention and the impeccable taste; the impressive art work on every wall, the antique furnishings, the rich linens and upholstery. The vintage splendor of the hotel is also integrated with modern amenities, to give an overall impeccable service and flawless stay.
For a more central option, try Hotel Victoria, which is located in a quiet street at the heart of the historic center. The hotel is traditional in layout and well run, with comfortable rooms and attentive staff. Rooms are spacious and good service comes coupled with a generous breakfast buffet after a peaceful night sleep. Being in walking distance of most sights, the hotel is a good option for families needing easy accessibility to the city attractions. Otherwise, for those into serious intimacy, tucked away down a secret side-alley off the Piazza dei Signori square is the up-market B&B Boscolo Hotel Leon d’Oro Domus Nova has just 3 fantastic en-suite rooms, two off which overlook then gorgeous piazza.
For the most enticing lower-cost option, try Hotel Giulietta e Romeo (Romeo and Juliet Hotel) which is a more down to earth dwelling, with a more modern feel. The hotel offers 30 tastefully decorated guestrooms and is a good option location wise, only 100 meters away from the famous Arena. Otherwise the two-star Aurora hotel offers basic rooms, but has a beautiful terrace to enjoy breakfast on, and overall the hotel is extremely central and convenient, virtually overlooking the colorful Piazza delle Erbe.
Via Catullo 1
just north of the Via Mazzini; entrance from the alleyway Vicolo Catullo
Vicolo Listone 3
Just 1 block off the Piazza Brà
Vicolo Tre Marchetti 3
south of Via Mazzini, 1 block east of the Arena
Via Antonio Da Legnago 11