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Due Torri Hotel

Located in the heart of Verona, the Due Torri Hotel is a historic property, housed in a traditional 14th-century palazzo. Within walking distance of Verona's famous Arena and Juliet's balcony, this is an ideal base from which to explore the city.

Verona, Italy
Due Torri Hotel
  • Great location in the historic center of Verona, close to sights such as the Arena

  • Admire unique frescoes in the hotel, painted by artist Pino Casarini

  • Enjoy views across the city from the panoramic roof terrace and the Gourmet Grill Restaurant during summer months

  • Housed in a historical palace dating back to the 14th century


A traditional property dating back 700 years, the Due Torri Hotel is where Italian history is combined with contemporary touches in the heart of Verona.

Boasting a classic Italian interior, Due Torri Hotel's design focuses around authentic touches such as antique furnishings, Murano glass chandeliers and hand-crafted Italian marble bathrooms. Guests will feel like they've stepped back in time as they peruse the curiosities on display around the hotel, from the piano in the lounge to the unique frescoes created by Arena Opera set painter Pino Casarini.

The Due Torri Lounge & Restaurant, located in the hotel's lobby, serves a range of regional Italian cuisine and is a great spot for aperitifs and cocktails. The Gourmet Grill Restaurant is situated on Due Torri Hotel's panoramic rooftop terrace, offering lovely views across the city, the Duomo and the Church of Saint Anastasia.

Thanks to its fantastic location, Due Torri Hotel is a great option for those looking to explore Verona. In just a few minutes' walk, guests will reach Piazza delle Erbe, once a Roman forum, and the Arena, the city's iconic open-air opera house.

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Verona, Italy

Due Torri Hotel is located on the Piazza Sant'Anastasia in the heart of Verona.