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With stylish, brooding interiors filled with an eclectic array of furniture and objects d’art from around the world, The Gentleman of Verona is a luxurious hotel in the heart of Verona. Details from the original architecture of the palace, such as stucco ceilings, marble floors and fragments of fresco, evoke the rich history of the city, whilst the needs of modern guests are catered for with a fully-equipped spa. The hotel’s bistro serves beautifully executed takes on Italian classics, and there’s even a Cigar Room to lounge in for an indulgent after-dinner drink.
Enjoy an atmospheric, romantic meal amidst the discreet elegance of Il Salotto Bistro. The menu is an inspired mixture of traditional regional delicacies and Parisian fine dining, with a bold, contemporary twist. After dinner, relax in the Lounge with a digestivo, or head to the Cigar Room for a luxurious nightcap, enveloped in the fragrant aroma of the finest cigars.
Each room at The Gentleman of Verona is individually themed, so that no two are alike. Whether you’re staying in the exotic Eastern-inspired room, or the elegant Opera Room, you’ll be surrounded with with contemporary pieces, antiques, and luxurious fabrics. Beds are king-size with a choice of pillows, and the elegant bathrooms have chromotherapy showers.
The Blue Spa of Verona is located in the characterful hotel cellars. Pamper yourself in the sauna or whirlpool hot tub, or take advantage of one of the massages or treatments using Darphin beauty products and essential oils.
Located in Verona’s historic centre, you’ll be well placed to explore the extraordinarily rich culture and history. Aside from the mandatory visits to Juliet’s house and grave, there are evocative bridges, Renaissance streets and Medieval piazzas to explore. Don’t miss a trip to Castelvecchio, one of the most important castles in Italy and now home to a treasure-trove of art and historical artefacts. Opera buffs won’t want to miss a show at Verona’s Arena, an impressive Roman amphitheatre that now plays host to opera, performed beneath the stars.
If you fancy getting out of the city, the beautiful pre-Alpine landscape of Lake Garda is just a short drive away.