Grand Hotel Verona

Address: Corso Porta Nuova 105, Verona, Veneto, 37122, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Corso Porta Nuova 105, Verona, is near Juliet's Tomb (Tomba di Giulietta), APT Arena, I Portoni della Bra, and Church of San Francesco al Corso.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Grand Hotel Verona

      J'ai détesté

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      Mon mari et moi avons séjourné une nuit en janvier 2005 et nous avons détesté. L'hôtel en lui-même est assez agréable, mais très impersonnel et le réceptionniste est la personne la plus horrible et désagréable que nous ayons rencontrée au cours de nos séjours dans le monde entier. En plus, la chambre était froide et on nous a fait payer un supplément en quittant l'hôtel. Le seul bon moment était le petit déjeuner qui était vraiment délicieux. Malheureusement, nous sommes partis avec une très mauvaise impression.

      Lovely hotel

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      Stayed at the Grand Hotel Verona over Christmas, modern clean hotel very very close to the Arena, the rooms were not huge but had all the amenties needed and were clean. One complaint is that you can here your neighbours quite easily. Breakfast was nice, the staff were very friendly and obliging. Overall a nice comfortable hotel. I would stay there again.

      Very Nice Hotel

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      My wife and I stayed at the Grand Hotel for two nights in May 2004. This is a small, well maintained hotel with a very comfortable atmosphere. We found the hotel personnel to be delightfully friendly and helpful: the doorman, the desk clerks, the breakfast servers and the maids. The desk clerks were glad to provide information about and driving directions to Verona area sights - we chose to visit Lake Garda. The hotel is a convenient 5 to 10 minute walk from the Piazza Bra. We found the hotel easily and appreciated its proximity to a parking garage that was only 20 to 30 meters away. We had a non-smoking room that looked out on the hotel's garden, a place of tranquilty in the city center. We enjoyed a nice buffet breakfast each day.

      Excellent hotel

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      We stayed here in September 2003. It was the nicest hotel we stayed in on our 2 week holiday in various places in italy.Excellent rooms very spacious, good location just outside the city walls and walking distance to the train station.The breakfast was very good with lots of choice.Reasonably priced for Italy

      Great Location

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      Stayed here for two nights. Verona was the third city we were visiting as part of our honeymoon and chosen as an opportunity to catch the opera. Furthermore it was my wife's birthday and the hotel presented her with a beautiful bouquet of flowers. A nice touch and very quickly arranged as they only got this information from her passport. The hotel is located approximately 10 minutes walk from the train station and the same from the arena(where opera is held). Hotel has a lovely courtyard and garden where some vistors sunned themselves. Room was a good size and breakfast substantial. Plan to return for another visit to the opera (magical) and will without hesitation stay in the Grand Hotel.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Verona

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Verona

      Day 12

      A travel blog entry by traceykirk on Jan 13, 2015

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      ... stop was the amphitheater a truly spectacular sight where they still perform opera and ballet. They really built things to last here!!! Final stop in Verona was the Giardino Giusti gardens which were created at the end of the 15th century and from the top offer a beautiful panorama of Verona. All in all I think Verona has been the place I have enjoyed the most in Italy. Off to Switzerland ...

      Day 11

      A travel blog entry by traceykirk on Jan 12, 2015

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      ... to the castel San pietro. The views were stunning the sun was beating down and I even had to take off my coat. Then we headed for the bell tower the torre dei lamberti to climb the 366 steps to the top. Although I didn't make it quite to the very top Nick had to leave me where the bells were because you could see through the final steps to the ground below and it freaked me out!! Not a great lover of heights. Off to the bar now for a well earned ...

      A city of balconies

      A travel blog entry by just_imagine on Jan 09, 2015

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      ... a tiny courtyard. I'm sorry to say the house actually has no connection with the Shakespeare tale and the balcony was added in 1936 for tourists. The entry walls are littered with love notes on bits of scrap paper and stuck to the wall, some times with gum. In 2012 there were big finds issued for littering, but it hasn't stopped people. There is a bronze statue of Juliet in the courtyard and visitors rub ...

      An Unexpected Gem

      A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Sep 04, 2014

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      ... to the historic arena, locked up the gear and
      started to stroll. We had a coffee in a pavement café in front of
      the arena, and wandered down the shopping streets until we came
      across the market square. More coffee, or maybe beer followed.
      Every street we turned down led to a hidden square, fabulous old
      architecture or something else of interest. This city proved to be
      the unexpected gem of the holiday and it was a pity we did not have
      more time.
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      Desanzano & Sirmione

      A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Sep 03, 2014

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      Without such a rush
      today and the weather being a bit wet, we walked back to the ferry
      jetty to catch a boat to Desanzano to the west and on the southern
      shore. This was another larger town with a marina again. The
      weather just was not inviting today and put a dampener on our walk
      around the town. We enjoyed a coffee in a pedestrianised street but
      decided not to wait for a later ferry but to return to Sirmione on
      the ...