Euromotel Croce Bianca
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsEuromotel Croce Bianca Verona
Hotel was welcoming (as were staff). Spotless & beautiful decor (marble floors, shiny everything). Rooms were comfortable & clean. Breakfast was especially good. It is quite a way out of Verona itself (we had our car so not a problem) but anyone wanting to get quickly to Verona by public transport might find it harder.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Euromotel Croce Bianca Verona
We stayed at the Euromotel Croce Bianca and although it is not in the centre of Verona, it was very easy for us as we had driven up and was easy to get to from the motorway, and easy to get into the centre of the city from (by car - I am not sure what the public transport options would be!).
The room was very large and we were very impressed by the warmth of the staff who were very eager to provide any assistance and information necessary.
The hotel parking was free and it certainly worked out very well for us during our stay in the Verona/Lake Garda area.
The breakfast was great too - some cereal, boiled eggs, breads, meats and cheeses - the usual things.
If you have a car, it is a good place to stay, bearing in mind it isn't so near the centre of the city, but the price was very good and I couldn't believe it was rated as a two star hotel as it easily matched up to MUCH higher rated hotels.
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