We stayed here for 4 nights during a recent trip to northern Italy.
Pros: well priced, clean if basic accommodation with most of the facilities (including free wi-fi) you would expect on a short break. Helpful (if not entirely clued up) reception staff. Excellent local resto - Caffe Fiori, 58 Via Roveggia - check it out if you can't be bothered heading into the town.
Cons: a long way from the centre of things - unless you're here for the Fiera (exhibition area). The option is to walk or take a bus. Allow at least 20 minutes to walk to Porta Nuova train station and another 15 minutes to get to Piazza Bra. The walk is far from scenic.
The Verona bus schedule is, without doubt. the most puzzling, frustrating and downright illogical I have ever encountered. When we checked in, we were told there were only 2 buses to the town centre - nos 91 and 98 from Via Roveggia.
Wrong! There are in fact 5 buses to the centre. Nos 23, 24 and 73 operate during the day - up to around 8 pm. They offer a restricted service on Saturday and don't run on Sundays.
Nos 91 and 98 operate (weekdays and Saturday) from 8 pm and all day on Sunday.
Confused? You certainly will be. To avoid high blood pressure/marital breakup, I strongly suggest you have a very close look at the ATV website before you go.
Otherwise, no complaints.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Verona Inn houses 11 new two-room apartments, of two types (40 and 50 sqmt), modern furnished and completely equipped. 11 Modern apartments that offer: twin bedded room, spacious living room with double sofa bed and cooking area, shower/WC and balcony, WI-FI internet connection, car parking. ... more less
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