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Great little hotel... very good value... Very centrally located, approx' 10 minutes walk from the train station, on the main road leading to the city centre, which is approx' 5 minutes away. The room was spacious, for a single booking... it was clean, and quiet......More
Excellent quality / price ratio, in a convenient position for sightseeing. The rooms and bathroom are small, but very clean and quiet. Also good breakfast. I spent 2 nights in this hotel with my 2 children aged 4 and 6 years and had a great...More
This hotel is on a main road into Verona, which doesn’t make it a quiet place. At night, however, traffic noise dies down and you’ll be tired anyway from your explorations of Verona, so you’ll sleep quite well here. I know we did.
We couldn't get another night @ Firenze Hotel & found this small hotel about a block away on the same side of the street. It is run by a mother- daughter team & is intimate & welcoming. The A/C didn't work at first but fixed...More
Verona is a museum unto itself. Albergo Trento, run by the family's women, harmonizes with the city. Clean, comfortable, organized, reasonable, and close to train station and Centro Historico, it's a gem. My room was en suite, roomy, and airy. To experience the flavour of...More
US$ 84 - US$ 161 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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There's a bus right outside the airport which costs 6 euros per person and takes 15 minutes to get to Porta Nuova Station. You can then walk straight to the hotel which takes about 10 minutes maximum. Very easy and straight... More
There's a bus right outside the airport which costs 6 euros per person and takes 15 minutes to get to Porta Nuova Station. You can then walk straight to the hotel which takes about 10 minutes maximum. Very easy and straight forward.
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"Higher floors at the rear are quieter, but Verona is not noisy at night."