Best Western Hotel Firenze

Address: Corso Porta Nuova 88, Verona, Veneto, 37122, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Corso Porta Nuova 88, Verona, is near Juliet's Tomb (Tomba di Giulietta), I Portoni della Bra, Gavi Arch (Arco dei Gavi), and Church of San Francesco al Corso.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Hotel Firenze Verona

      Reviewed by reyjusuf

      Not That Close to the Train Station

      Reviewed Dec 23, 2011
      by (8 reviews) Jakarta , Indonesia Flag of Indonesia

      We booked this hotel with the expectation that it's within 5 minutes walk to the train station but it turned out more like 15 minutes walk so it's not that close, especially with luggage. It's also about 10-15 minutes walk to the city center. The upside is being outside the city, taxis can drop you at the front door. The hotel itself is very good, especially the bathroom. Breakfast was great and the staff was very helpful.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Best Western Hotel Firenze Verona

      A Green Hotel

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      My wife and I stayed here for 2 nights from Sept. 27th. This was our first experience of a 'Green" hotel. Energy saving is the object of the exercise - though nothing was lost with respect to comfort and service. The location is great - 10 minutes walk from the train station and the Arena. Our room was huge - very airy and light ; a comfortable bed ; complimentary (take home) slippers ; full internet access. Breakfast was good and the staff were very helpful. A hotel to be recommended.

      Hôtel écologique

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      Ma femme et moi y avons séjourné deux nuits à partir du 27 septembre. Il s'agissait de notre première fois dans un hôtel écologique. L'objectif était d'économiser de l'énergie, même si cela n'a rien changé pour nous en matière de confort et de service. Très bien situé : à 10 minutes de marche de la gare et des arènes. Notre chambre était immense, bien aérée et lumineuse. Lit confortable. Pantoufles de bienvenue qu'on a rapportées. Accès libre à Internet. Le petit déjeuner était délicieux. Le personnel était serviable. A recommander.

      Enjoyable

      from

      Thanks to the Ryanair shuttle from Brescia "Internazionale" Airport, you only have a journey of about 45 minutes to the bus terminal in Verona. From there it is only a 10-15 minute walk into the centre and the Firenze. It is really easy to get to, the hardest part is working out getting out of the bus terminal! (head for 'centre storico' and Corso Porto Nuovo from there)

      The Firenze is ideally located just a 5 minute walk away from Piazza Bra and the Arena and countless bars, restaurants and endless people watching.

      Clean, well appointed and good size rooms are matched by air conditioning (much needed) and attentive staff. Request for an extra pillow was answered immediately, and the bed was turned down each night. The travel "expert" with me rated this the finest room in several years of sightseeing around Italy...high praise indeed.

      However, the breakfast part of the deal...continental maybe, but dull and uninspiring all the same. It's your choice though, eat what you've already paid for...or head for the variety on 'Bra or Erbe.

      Tickets for the opera were for numbered seats ( and not the steps as on previous trips). Both have merit and it's down to cost I know, but with temperatures into the high 20's to midnight and beyond, I was glad of the comfort of the numbered seat, while those on the stone steps looked like they were crammed in like sardines. Even so, no one went home unhappy and Tosca was fantastic.

      Next time...would definitely stay at the Firenze again.

      Great value for money

      from

      We went to Verona on a whim and arrived at 9pm on a Sunday night. Our first impressions of Verona were the railway area which was a bit off-putting but we walked off in the direction of the historic centre (there were signs pointing the way). About 10 mins walk away we saw the Hotel Firenze and despite the fact we normally avoid chain hotels we were tired and cold and wanted to dump our luggage. The girl on the front desk couldn't have been more helpful, within minutes we were in a warm, comfortable room, with a balcony overlooking the street and a fantastic bathroom which had a power shower, with foot massaging jets etc, a bidet and lovely italian tiles.

      Revived we headed into town (it was now about 10.30) and were delighted by the cobblestone streets, beautiful people enjoying a passegiata, ancient medieval ruins everywhere. The next day (after a complimentary buffet breakfast of eggs, meats, cheeses, cereals, juice and coffee ) we postponed our trip to Rome so we could explore further, visiting Juliets house and enjoying the winter sales (Verona has great shops!)

      The staff at Hotel Firenze were friendly and helpful, stored our luggage for us, provided us with maps, showed us how to use the internet etc. It was a wonderful and unplanned interlude in our European trip and we would highly recommend this hotel.

      Exactly what a 4* Hotel should be...

      from

      This Hotel is good on all fronts: Hotel service, breakfast, room comfort, bathroom amenities, room size, location (about 5 mnts walking from medieval city center), pricing...

      The only small critic would be the choice of colors in their room decoration: Flashy green armchairs is not what I consider being the best color.

      Aside from this, again, this is a very good Hotel and has scored highly on every single point that is important for a Hotel.

      My wife and I would definitely use this Hotel next time in Verona!

      Bargain

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      The hotel is very modern and compact. Outside and in it's not special but it is extremely comfortable and only 10 minutes into the centre of town. For the price, distance from town and the quality of hotel I think it was the best deal on offer.

      We went in September and the weather was immaculate. The town itself is very relaxing and laid back. The shops are very glam and the bars are full of trendy italians. Food was excellent and all in all the prices were quite reasonable.

      If you want to get away for a day take a trip to nearby Lake Garda. You can get there on the train in half an hour and it was well worth the visit.

      Great Hotel 5/5

      from

      Not a pretty looking hotel from the front, but once inside the reception staff are very friendly, there are a number of really nice leather sofa's and the rooms are large and very well equiped.

      The centre is around 5/10 minutes walk away and around 5 minutes walk from the train station.

      Well worth a stay if your staying in Verona.

      Hôtel parfait, bon rapport qualité/prix

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      Nous avons séjourné deux nuits dans cet hôtel en septembre 2004. Le personnel est efficace et serviable.

      Notre chambre joliment décorée n'était pas très grande, mais était propre et confortable. Belle baignoire avec une douche/baignoire et jacuzzi. Le buffet au petit déjeuner était délicieux et était inclus dans le prix. En plus, l'hôtel était très bien situé. Il se trouve tout près de la gare et à 10 minutes de marche de la Piazza Bra, où commence le quartier historique de la ville. Nous sommes venus à Vérone en bus mais l'hôtel dispose de places de parking pour ses clients.

      Sur la Piazza Bra, on trouve de nombreux restaurants. A noter tout près de l'hôtel, le restaurant-trattoria "la Giara" sur Corso Porta Nueva 46/a. Cela se trouve à 3 minutes à pied de l'hôtel Firenze. Ils servent des plats italiens délicieux.

      Excellent hotel to stay; good value for money

      from

      We have stayed in this hotel on September 2004 for two nights. The hotel staffs were efficient and helpful.

      Our elegant decorated room was not big but very clean and comfortable and has a very nice bath room even with a Jacuzzi shower/bath.

      Breakfast buffet was included in the price and was good.

      Besides, the location of this hotel is excellent. It is close to train station and about 10 minutes walk to Piazza Bra where the historical part of the city starts. We came to Verona by car and Hotel Firenze has also parking places in a garage available for the guests.

      On Piazza Bra you can find a lot of restaurants and near hotel is also a nice Ristorante-Trattoria called "La Giara" on Corso Porta Nueva 46/a. It is only 3 minutes walk from hotel Firenze. They serve delicious Italian food.

      Excellent location

      from

      I stayed at this hotel for a week in 2002 and again in 2004. The staff are excellent and the breakfast is quite nice. The rooms and amenities are of a quality normally found in much more expensive hotels. The staff met special requests with ease and were gracious even to rather demanding guests. There is a grocery store (PAM) further down the Corso Porta Nuovo to the left and it is only a very short stroll to the Piazza Bra with numerous restaurants. The rooms were quiet, clean, and comfortable. I would highly recommend this hotel for its location and the warmth of welcome. It is only a short walk to the train station, and the local bus that runs from Lake Garda stops nearby.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Hotel Firenze Verona

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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