Hotels.com is where I most often find places to stay when I travel. I love that you can get a free night for every 10 you pay for, but its also a great way to find the best places in town.
When MB and I went to Verona, we stayed at Due Torri, a four star hotel right in the center of town. It is a five minute walk from Piazza delle Erbe and right next to the Sant’Anastasia, my favorite church in town.
If I had to use one word to describe the hotel, it was be lush. It was truly amazing, and very old world, which is just to my taste.
The check in process was a little slow, but then again I was dying to explore, so I just wanted to check in quickly and get going. Instead, we had a staff member show us to our room and give us the tour, which was a bit long. However, you get an old fashioned key to open your door, which was pretty nifty. The staff was also super helpful throughout our short stay with anything we needed, from dinner recommendations to a bottle opener for a bottle of local red.
The bathroom is anything but old fashioned, though, for those of you who like the vibe of old fashioned but need a clean and up to date bathroom.
I’ve rarely been in bathrooms with marble fixtures, but this one had it! The bonus was lovely, fluffy towels and really nice amenities.
My favorite part was the breakfast buffet (not pictured). It was inclusive of our room fee, and would be a bit pricey if it wasn’t (€23 for the continental breakfast and €35 for the buffet), but there was a ton of selection, including pistachio croissants and scrambled eggs.
The Due Torri let us stay at a discount, or else we’d have probably picked somewhere a little less expensive. However, it was a great place to stay- quiet, central and really well appointed. I’d definitely recommend it if you have the money to spend on your accommodation!