Tourists planning a visit to Verona often prioritize finding the best accommodation. This neighborhood guide will show you six of Verona’s most desirable places to stay and recommend which hotels are worth considering. You can travel alone, with family members or business associates; Traveler Focus was launched by a group of travel enthusiasts in 2023 with the mission to provide comprehensive content on Italy’s top hotels.
Verona, Italy’s charming town renowned for the tragic love story between Romeo and Juliet, boasts an exciting urban scene as well as layers upon layers of history. You can take a leisurely stroll through a Renaissance garden before being transported back in time to ancient Rome where gladiators once competed.
Grand Hotel Des Arts
The Grand Hotel Des Arts was inspired by Verona’s real and imagined history to offer an immersive stay that celebrates its cultural legacy. Situated in an upscale neighborhood that blends past and present – from designer shops to Roman amphitheatre – guests are immersed in Verona’s cultural heritage. The hotel features traditional decor as well as a tranquil inner courtyard and lounge bar specializing in avant-garde cocktails for added enjoyment.
The ARK Hotel Verona is the ideal spot for those who appreciate historic architecture while sightseeing – but not while they sleep. The rooms at ARK are modern and minimalist in design, almost entirely white with bright accents. Its position on the Adige River gives it a feeling of lightness and openness, while their breakfasts are delicious in both quantity and quality.
Hotel Milano & Spa
Experience Verona at its finest with Hotel Milano & Spa’s carefully curated experiences. Take a Vespa tour for an Italian mode of transport around town or learn how to cook with a local chef – all part of their carefully curated experiences. With modern luxury interiors, guests are transported away from busy streets. But the Arena Sky Rooftop Restaurant and Bar is truly special; enjoy drinks and meals overlooking this ancient Roman arena!
Is there any more famous balcony than that where Juliet first called Romeo? Located only steps from Hotel Aurora, guests can experience this iconic spot for themselves. All 18 guest rooms are authentically decorated and offer views of gardens or city views while enjoying breakfast on their terrace. Nearby lies Romanesque Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore – site where Romeo and Juliet are said to have wed.
The Mastino offers an elegant blend of Roman opulence and contemporary comforts. Situated close to Verona’s Roman arena, guests can take a dip in its Paradise spa – 150m (492ft) away! Breakfast is always a great start to any day when staying at this Verona hotel.
Sole Hotel Verona
This modern and comfortable hotel features rooms that can be used by all guests. It makes an ideal choice for business travelers as well as families. There’s a 24-hour bar for drinks, secure parking space and delicious buffet breakfast served every morning. With Sole Hotel Verona you’ll have everything you need to combine Verona’s main railway station with an extended Italian adventure!
Il Sogno di Giulietta
Il Sogno di Giulietta is a 16-suite hotel featuring romantic amenities just across from Juliet’s balcony. Rooms are decorated in cream and feature whirlpool tubs. Breakfast can also be enjoyed in your private room. Upgrades may include fireplaces and four-poster beds if desired. We suggest taking advantage of the full Romeo and Juliet experience by having access to the courtyard after hours without all the tourists.
Hotel Scalzi Verona
Situated less than 15 minutes from the train station, Hotel Scalzi Verona was built on the remains of an old church. Many rooms feature original ceilings and stone walls for an authentic Italian experience. You’ll love unique features like having your complimentary breakfast either in the dining area or garden; plus you can bring small dogs with you!
Delser Manor House Hotel
Hidden away in Verona’s hills, the Delser Manor House Hotel has been transformed by its owner into a luxurious hotel. Built over centuries as both monastery and Palladian Villa, this former monastery now stands as an idyllic spot for couples seeking peace and serenity among olive trees and grapevines – not to mention local wine made right on site since Roman times! The perfect getaway!