Verona, Northern Italy
Located in the heart of Verona, the magnificent Palazzo Victoria combines comfort, relaxation and tradition. The hotel is set in a historical Palazzo and was completely renovated in 2012 to combine a mixture of history and modern luxury.
At a Glance
Beautifully renovated, Palazzo Victoria blends original features with modern comfort
Michelin-starred chef Carmine Caló creates sumptuous Italian dishes at the hotel's restaurant, Borsari 36
14-century frescoes line the walls while Roman ruins and Ionic pillars create a sense of history
Iconic film screenings take place on the projector in a quiet corner of the lobby
Located in the heart of the city, a few moments' walk from the Duomo
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In a place rich with history and cultural heritage, located in the heart of one of Italy's most elegant cities, stands the magnificent Palazzo Victoria, a stunning palace built at the beginning of the XIV° century.
The hotel is right at the center of the city, close to the main square and the famous Roman amphitheater, home to Verona's annual festival. Explore romantic corners and alleys, shop in the famous 'Corso di Porta Borsari', discover the best of the food and wine of the Veneto area or even retrace the steps of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
The rooms have been cleverly renovated to update them and give them a fresh feel. However they still retain some stunning original features including 14-century frescoes and Ionic pillars. The hotel's restaurant, Borsari 36, is home to Michelin-starred chef Carmine Caló. There is also a dark and romantic bar with an excellent local wine list and an elegant salon perfect for a enjoying a digestif post dinner.
Palazzo Victoria boasts 71 elegant en-suite rooms. The rooms are spacious and each is beautifully and individually decorated. Locally inspired textures and fabrics have been used to give the rooms an authentic air and most have superb views of Verona. Amenities included with all suites include a welcome drink upon arrival, a can of extra virgin olive oil, still and sparkling water and complimentary WiFi.
Suites consist of a comfortable open plan bedroom and living area and a spacious bathroom in fine Italian marble, some are furnished with a Jacuzzi. All the Suites are equipped with flat screen satellite TV, minibar and tea and coffee making facilities. The Suites measure around 40sqm.
Junior Suites feature a double bed with a lounge area and a bathroom. The Verona style is present in original pieces of furniture. These suites measure around 30 sqm. Every room is furnished with a Jacuzzi bath.
The Deluxe rooms have pastel-colored walls, classical boiseries and wooden floor, ideal for an exclusive stay. The decor captures the modern and traditional style of the hotel.
All rooms are equipped with complimentary WiFi, satellite TV and minibar. The spacious marbled bathrooms are equipped with a professional hair dryer. Deluxe rooms measure around 18 sqm.
Grand Deluxe Rooms measure approximately 25sqm and are decorated with hand painted frescoes to complete the traditional style. Local furniture adds a touch of elegance.
|Grand Terrace Deluxe||
The highlight of the Grand Terrace Deluxe Rooms is undoubtedly the 10sqm terrace overlooking the charming historical city below. The room itself measures 18sqm and is furnished in a traditional style.
The Melodia Suite measures 83sqm and overlooks an inner courtyard and Corso Porta Borsari. Stunning marble floors create an elegant space, complemented with rich upholstery and modern amenities. The suite has a large bedroom, and two large bathrooms (one with hammam), a living room with plasma TV and the possibility to add a second bedroom.
This 187sqm suite overlooks the Corso di Porta Borsari and an inner courtyard and is one of the more luxurious suites, with an original frescoed ceiling in the living room and beautiful Italian marble bathrooms.
There are three large bedrooms, each with plasma TV, one of which also has a walk-in closet and a dressing table, three large bathrooms and a living area.
|Della Scala Suite||
This suite covers 140sqm and overlooks Corso Porta Borsari and an inner courtyard and is located on the first floor. It is classic yet modern in style with marble floors and an elegant living room. There are two beautiful bedrooms with plasma TV, one of them has a possibility of becoming a living room with a kitchen area or a meeting room. There are two large, luxurious bathrooms made of fine Italian marble, one of which has a hammam.
|Dei Signori Suite||
A spacious, 153sqm suite overlooking inner courtyards from its first floor windows. A beautiful living room with frescoed ceilings and wooden beams creates an elegant space for relaxation, and the luxurious feel continues throughout the two bedrooms and two bathrooms. One of the bedrooms has a separate walk-in closet whilst one of the bathrooms has a large bathtub and original frescoed walls.
The Borsari Suite covers 68sqm and enjoys views over Corso Porta Borsari and is finished with frescoed ceilings,elegant tapestries and traditional furniture. Neutral tones keep the overall feel contemporary yet luxurious.
The suite comprises a large bedroom with plasma TV, two large bathrooms with Italian marble, two showers and a bathtub and a living area with sumptuous sofas and a second plasma TV.
This spacious suite covers 105sqm and overlooks an inner courtyard. There is an elegant living room and the luxurious bedroom has a walk in closet. The ornate marble bathroom has a central feature bath tub and traditional Italian marble decor. Marble and parquet floor and authentic wooden beams complement the original frescoed ceilings and create a traditional yet contemporary feel throughout.
The largest suite in the hotel, The Marcellus Suite occupies 245sqm of the first floor, overlooking the inner courtyard and Corso di Porta Borsari. There are four bedrooms, one complete with original fresco and one of which could be converted into extra living space if required. The beautiful living room has sumptuous design sofas, a plasma TV and wooden beams. There are also four large bathrooms, each made from rich Italian marble, one with an original frescoed wall and one with its own hammam.
Large windows and a private balcony overlook the Corso di Porta Borsari from the 45sqm Victoria Suite. The bathroom is furnished with Italian marbles and a relaxing Jacuzzi tub and it is possible to connect this suite to a grand Deluxe room making it a good option for families.
Children of all ages are welcome to come and stay at Palazzo Victoria and coloring pencils, pens and coloring books are given to the little ones on arrival. Babysitting can be arranged if required and child friendly menus are available.
Borsari 36 is the hotel's reputable restaurant. The restaurant has a unique concept as the kitchen holds a central position in the restaurant giving diners a live show of their dishes being cooked at they sit. The executive chef Carmine Caló has created a menu inspired by traditional Italian cuisine, using the finest local and seasonal ingredients, guests can enjoy the best food in Verona.
The Victoria Club Bar is arguably the most elegant address in Verona and welcomes local Veronians, discerning tourists and of course hotel residents. The club is evidently Veronese in its decor but a modern twist gives it a sophisticated atmosphere. It is the perfect place to sip some fine wines, some refined cocktails or other famous aperitifs to some wonderful live jazz music.
Verona is a beautiful and vibrant international city which is full of historic legends of the past and the true beauty of the present. There are many contemporary galleries, exhibitions, original artisan shops, and also a vibrant night life to keep you busy. The hotel will advise and help you to arrange any tours or activities you may wish to do during your stay.
Bar, laundry service, fitness center, parking and WiFi.
Location & Directions
Verona, Northern Italy
Palazzo Victoria is located just a few steps from the Arena amphitheater, close to the arterial Via Mazzini and opposite Corsa di Porta Borsari, the heart of the city’s shopping area.
When to go
A year-round destination, but some months are better than others. May and September are best months to visit Verona as the weather's likely to be good but it's not too crowded. July and August are the Italian tourist high season, so the city is extremely crowded; from mid-June to mid-August it tends to be hot and humid. October is the rainiest month. November to February is cold but wrap up warm and this is a nice quiet time to visit Verona.