Old-world Italian charm collides with ultra modern style

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Facilities & services
  • 74 rooms and suites
  • Restaurant
  • Lounge
  • Underground Roman ruins

When it comes to blending the old with the new, Palazzo Victoria are masters of their art. Roman mosaics and brickwork, medieval frescoes and contemporary touches – including a moss covered wall in the lobby – combine to create a hotel that is not short on character.

Its 74 rooms and suites are flooded with natural light and impeccably styled. Antique furnishings and wooden floors add plenty of old-world charm and large windows offer views across the rooftops, over the courtyard or out onto the pretty streets.

The restaurant features an open kitchen in the centre of the room and serves contemporary Italian cuisine. In the summer the restaurant extends into the 14th-century courtyard and you can dine surrounded by lush greenery under the shade of a parasol. There is a glass viewing widow in the centre of the restaurant through which you can look down at the Roman ruins that lay beneath the hotel. You can also head down and explore these ruins in the hotel museum.

Located a stone’s throw from the bustling Corso di Porta Borsari, you’re ideally situated to explore the beautiful city of Verona. Take a wander down to the Roman Arena, where opera performances are held, and visit the Casa di Giulietta the house which features the balcony from which Juliet was allegedly wooed by her beloved Romeo.

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