Montresor Hotel Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMontresor Hotel Palace Verona
An extremely kind hotel staff awaits your every need at the Hotel Montresor. When you don't know where you're going or where you are, the guy at the desk smoothly places a city tour map in front of you and circles where you are, then draws a route tonow to get there on foot or by bus if you dont have a car. They don't expect you to figure it put yourself or rely on your GPS. the convenient location, just a 15 minute walk to the city center where you can grab a red tour bus is perfect for easy access to points of interest in Verona. The room I stayed in had a firm, but comfortable bed, a safe to keep valuables in, and a TV which had a few channels in English. The room also cooled off nicely when the air conditioning was on, and you really get a feeling of peace and quiet there. Breakfast does not come with the room, but for 10 euros you can enjoy a nice self serve buffet of eggs, meats and cheeses, pastries , fruit , cereals ypgurt and all kinds of individuall wrapped snacks and coffees.
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