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Palazzo Victoria in Verona, Italy

Palazzo Victoria is a labor of love for Marcello F.M. Pigozzo, who grew up admiring how the ancient structure presides over the heart of Verona. More than a thousand years of art and history resides in its bones, from museum-worthy Roman artifacts to Renaissance paintings, and this is the inimitable element that gives the hotel its magic. Located in the ancient heart of the city of Verona, just a few steps away from the Arena and directly on Corso di Porta Borsari, one of the main streets, full of elegant shops but also delightful restaurants and cafs Palazzo Victoria is a part of the LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts. This hotel guarantees a captivating retreat to the romantic and historic Verona, Italy. Indulge at the acclaimed casual-chic Brasserie serving innovative fresh pastas that transcend the generations.

Sip a rich cappuccino under the shade of a white parasol in the quiet, verdant courtyard. Stroll Italy’s most romantic city with someone you love, or in search of something you love: Soak up 800 years of ambiance in the oldest town hall in Italy, one of the best-preserved castles in Europe. Savor a plate of Verrigni carbonara with black truffles.

Location of Palazzo Victoria

Palazzo Victoria
Via Adua, 8
37121
Verona, Italy

Nearest Airport: VRN

Amenities for Palazzo Victoria

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  • Bar & Lounge
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  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Complimentary WiFi
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Reviews for Palazzo Victoria

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

I recently stayed in two interconnecting deluxe rooms, which worked very well for my family. The rooms were spacious, beds comfortable and linens fresh every day. In general housekeeping was very good. The style of the hotel is mixed - the lobby and bar are very modern, the rooms are traditional but with modern twists (both very well done), but the hallways and stairs look reminiscent of an Eastern Block prison (they could create a great atmosphere with some frescos or modern art, depending on which twist they wanted to take). Food was very good (see separate review for Borsari). Location is also great (though that does mean parking elsewhere in a multi-storey and walking with bags). Main reason for the 3 star rating was the friendliness (or lack thereof) of front of house staff and at the bar. At front of house they were too busy to make a reservation at their own restaurant for us (they also failed to do so at an external restaurant) and they just weren't very welcoming - when there was no hot water in the morning they didnt seem to care in the slightest. But the main reason for the 3 stars is the bar staff member who stopped to chastise my wife for allowing our kids to be on an ipad (we restrict their time on these things more than most, but frankly it is no one else's business when they are sitting quietly not annoying anyone and any hotel that thinks it is acceptable for its staff to speak to guests in that way needs a serious re-think).

TDT - London


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The hotel was nice and in a great location. great bathroom as well but i don't feel it is of a 5* level. a guy at the front desk was particularly unwelcoming and looked down his nose at us. probably not worth it in my opinion for the price. our bed was 2 singles put together which feels a bit weird when paying so much.

Sophie H


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed for 3 nights in a superior double room. Sadly, the room was the only thing we found remotely superior. Disinterested, less than friendly staff, poor service and mediocre food. For a 5 star establishment, breakfast was particularly disappointing. Little or no fresh fruit, poor selection of cereals and (on 2 days out of 3) no scrambled eggs (until we complained)! There was also no fresh bread to speak of and coffee and cappuccino only arrived after we had to seek out a waiter; following a 10 minute wait at our table. All rather a shame as the hotel is very nicely situated and surrounded by the history and beauty for which Verona is rightly famous. We delayed this review having hoped to have received a response to our subsequent emailed complaint to the General Manager. Unsurprisingly, we're still waiting. 5 star experience? Most definitely not.

JimmaJnr


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This hotel could not be better situated; at the heart of the city but just far enough away to provide an escape from baying crowds. This well appointed hotel provides a marvelous breakfast resembling more of a cake shop than a breakfast buffet. We were given a complementary upgrade to a Suite upon our arrival. The traditionally decorated room was emblazoned with beautiful flocked fabric wall coverings interjected by more modern photographic offerings. I have only 2 reasons for not awarding a full 5* 1) We enquired at the front desk about a late check-out which was approved at the same point. We were looking to depart at 13:30 (with usual checkout being 12:00). At 12:15 I had a call from the front desk advising we MUST check out straight away. I advised the caller of the agreement made the previous day... She responded by saying "this was not possible and you must vacate immediatley". I felt this was a little abrasive. 2) The hotel itself could do with a little spruce up. Some of the corridors are looking a little bit tired and frayed around the edges. Also the cleanliness of the bar and lounge area could do with being addressed more regularly. That said I would recommend this hotel to ANYONE wishing to visit this historic city.

Charles2988 - London, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Some weeks ago I spent a weekend in the ancient heart of the city of Verona. I stayed in one of the most beautiful Italian hotels called Palazzo Viktoria and today I want to share my experience with you. To say that I was “excited” to stay at this large and luxurious hotel was an understatement. On the arrival, we were taken aback at the spacious and contemporary lobby. When getting into the room, I was so excited because as you know, I’m a full-on hotel blogger nerd. I was told upon arrival that we were given access to the Suite for 2 nights, and oh boy, was it gorgeous. Priced at around $160 per night, it was the size of the room which took us back. I didn’t expect the room to have that much glamour. As promised, the suite offers the ‘ultimate stay’, designed for pure relaxation and complete indulgence. The high ceilings combined with a spacious bathroom with good bath products was the cherry on top of a perfectly delicious cake. The following morning, we peeled ourselves off of the cozy Palazzo Viktoria bed and got ready for the day. We planned on having a great brunch followed by a little shopping, but first, we decided to have a breakfast. Breakfast was served in a Borsari 36, a restaurant that is almost unique in Italy: at the centre of the room there is an elegant and functional Show Kitchen which offers guests the emotion of being an integral part of this place of creation. The overall buffet was very well made with several options from different countries. The staff didn’t bat an eyelid when I asked about vegetarian options, and I managed to put away some fruits followed by cheese and some other toppings on toast. We needed sustenance for a day discovering Verona and working. Thanks to its excellent location Palazzo Victoria is easily accessible to all tourist attractions in Verona. It's just a few steps away from the Arena and directly on Corso di Porta Borsari, one of the main streets, full of elegant shops but also cafés with the best espresso (check out Rialto Cafe just by the city wall). We took a stroll along all the most important sights of the city being impressed with its historic buildings, beautiful squares as well as magnificent churches and museums. Back at the hotel in a midday, we headed down to the restaurant to have a lunch in Borsari 36. Luckily for us, we could enjoy homemade pasta and grilled dishes in the shade of elegant white parasols in the 14th century courtyard. Once at the restaurant, you almost forget about everything except for food (there’s no choppy feeling or obvious clues you’re not on dry land) and the staff was very friendly and relaxed. Overall, I’m happy with the hotel and I will gladly recommend this hotel to anyone staying in Verona!

Darya Y


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