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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Mastino Verona
Not so great
The room we had faced the street and had a small unuseful balcony. The beds were not comfortable and the room was not very clean. I would not stay here again. Mcdonalds is right next door.
We travelled literally all over Italy, and this was the worst place we stayed. The rooms were mediocre , and the staff was the rudest we encountered.
Great Location Without Blowing the Budget
Had a tough time finding ANY hotels near the arena during summer opera season but we were very pleased to have found Hotel Mastino. Location was great, rooms small-ish but clean and with A/C. Staff helpful. A great choice for seeing the best of Verona on a budget.
Great location for reasonable cash
Had quite a search on various websites to find a decent 3-star hotel near the centre of Verona, then found this diamond, only a couple of hundred yards from the Arena.It was reasonably priced at 120 Euros per room. We were put into a recently renovated room, which although situated on a side street on the opposite side of Corso Porta Nuova, a minute's walk from the main hotel, it was spacious and spotlessly clean with great shower, and balcony. A porter helped us with our bags from reception.Breakfast was a good buffet, with the usual selection of cheese, meat, bread, fruit, cereals, cakes etc...
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... to the church of Saint Anastasia. A beautiful church with many exquisite alters, paintings, sculptures and elegant Gothic architecture.
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