Giulietta e Romeo Hotel

Address: Vicolo Tre Marchetti, 3, Verona, Veneto, 37121, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Vicolo Tre Marchetti, 3, Verona, is near Arena di Verona, APT Arena, Porta dei Borsari, and SS. Apostolo.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Giulietta e Romeo Hotel Verona

      Superb all rounder!

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      We found the Giulietta e Romeo easily walking with heavy luggage from the Arena bus stop. Reception was great with prompt, friendly and efficient service. Our room was spotlessly clean and very neat and modern. Beautiful wooden floor with a great comfortable bed and big bath. We had a balcony from which we could see the remaining outer side of the Arena! The location was sensational, right in the middle of town one street from shops, restaurants, Arena. Breakfast was lovely including espresso. Internet access in the lobby €1 every 10mins was handy. The hotel hired out push bikes for the day! Service during our stay was great. Wish we had longer to stay there!

      Ideal place to stay

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      Great location right next to the arena. Good value at 100 euros, front desk staff were really friendly, they gave us a free upgrade on our room and helped us with train information for Venice.

      Giulietto e Romeo

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      I stayed here for 2 nights in October 2005. The hotel is terrific. Location can't be beat. Check in was a breeze. The front desk staff is friendly and helpful. The room was comfortable I didn't feel cramped at all. It overlooked a nice courtyard. Breakfast was a very nice spread of fruit, cheese, meats, danish, juices, coffee, tea. WIthout a doubt I would stay here again.

      Great Location -

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      Stayed here for one night. There was only one room left for all 5 of us to share, 2 adults and 3 kids!! They made us most welcome and we fitted in fine. The room was immaculate, breakfast and service great. A real bonus for only €16.00 was the overnight valet parking. Car was returned the next morning within 10 minutes of our request. Overall excellent and THE best location for the Opera and the main sites in Verona. Would stay again.

      Nice Hotel, great location, shame they gave us the wrong room

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      The hotel is tucked away in a tiny sidestreet off the Arena. If driving follow the instructions given on the hotel's web site carefully. The hotel is well sign-posted.

      I can confirm other reviewers comments on it being a quiet, clean comfortable hotel with a very good standard of furnishing for a 3-star hotel, and in an ideal location. The staff spoke good English and were pleasant.

      Having said this I booked an apartment with two bedrooms as offered by email for my family but was given a superior room with two extra beds which they cooly asked the same price for. Since the offered apartment was booked, after some negotiations they gave me a small discount in the price.

      So my conclusion is yes, it's a nice hotel, but I cannot recommend it to families since I did not see the promised apartment. I am also left wondering if I was given the wrong room by mistake, or whether they in fact have an apartment.

      Great Location

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      I stayed at this hotel with my son for a couple of nights in October. The hotel is reasonably priced and is very centrally situated being parallel to Via Mazzini, the main shopping street and within a few minutes walk of the Arena and Plaza Erbe. Our room was clean and pleasantly furnished with the added attraction of a Juliet balcony. The bathroom was a good size and spotlessly clean with a touch of luxury in the marble hand basin surround. The staff were extremely cheerful and helpful thus making our stay there a pleasure. The breakfast which is included in the rate was sufficient to set you up for the day. The hotel sent us an email thanking us for staying with them, this I felt was a nice touch.

      Nice Hotel

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      Very convenient location in Verona but difficult to drive to, on a short, narrow street that wasn't on our map. Staff was helpful, breakfast was very good in a pleasant room. We had a nice room with a window on the street and a spacious bathroom. Since there's almost no traffic on the street, the room was very quiet. We'd go back.

      Would go again!

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      Stayed with partner for several nights Easter 2002. Can confirm it's as good as guidebooks say. Very central but you can also walk to train/bus station for trips to Venice or Lake Garda in about 20 minutes. Our room didn't have a view - overlooked a central well - but very quiet and private so that was OK. Furnishings lovely, good breakfast with lots of choice. Easy access - lift from near entrance. Friendly, helpful staff.

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