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Hotels in Verona, Italy

Verona is a lovely historic city in the north east of Italy, quite close to Venice.  There is plenty to see in and around Verona and the city makes a good base for exploring the region.  You can get to Verona by train from all the major Italian cities, and since it is situated just 1 hour by rail from Venice, you could easily do day-trips to Venice from here, and avoid paying inflated accommodation and restaurant prices in Venice. 

Verona was a Roman city, and there is a very well-preserved Roman Amphitheatre for you to explore, or better yet, attend an open-air opera there during the summer season.  Of course, Shakespeare fans will know that Romeo and Juliet was based in Verona – today you can do a walking tour to see some of the places mentioned in the play.  If you are in Verona in October, you could attend the annual Bardolino Grape and Wine festival, or at any other time of the year you can go on a tour of the Soave Wine Route; you can get details from the tour desk at your Verona hotel. 

Accommodation in Verona, Italy

Verona has accommodation to suit everyone, from simple and reasonably priced Verona Bed and Breakfast, to superb luxury 5-star hotels in Verona city centre, like the Hotel Gabbia d’Oro, near the Roman Amphitheatre, which exudes classic opulence and luxury.  The Due Torri Hotel, in the same area is a more contemporary luxury Verona hotel that is very popular for business trips to the city.

Where to Stay in Verona

Most visitors prefer to stay in the historic centre of Verona and there are many popular cheap hotels in Verona, Italy to choose from here.  If you are looking for the best hotels in Verona, Italy; a few recommendations, based on reviews, would be the Guilietta e Romeo Hotel, Hotel Torcolo, Cittadella Hotel and Armando Hotel.

Apartments in Verona

The city has a few apartments to choose from and these make a good change from conventional hotels. Browse our online listings to see if any of the following appeal to you: Opera Relais De Charme, the Arena House, the Residence Antico San Zeno or perhaps the La Residenza Verona House.

B&B and Hostels in Verona

Verona has one very inexpensive hostel for families, couples for singles will to share a room; the Sleep Easy Hostel has mostly 4-bedded rooms and is bright and cheerful.  The city also has a good number of bed and breakfast in Verona to accommodate you if you prefer a home-stay.  Near the city centre you could try Cittadella,  Artemisia B&B, or Arte nel Centro, while there are several more in other parts of the city such as Venonetta.  Book online to find where to stay in Verona and be sure to find the best deal on a hotel in Verona, Italy.