Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
Minutes from central Verona
Delicious local cuisine
Only when you book with Chic
Welcome drink on check-in
Although a little larger than our usual Chic Retreat, we couldn't resist including Hotel Veronesi La Torre in our City Chic Retreats collection.
Less than 5 minutes from the airport and just 10 minutes from the centre of Verona, this design hotel, once a monastery, boasts a fabulous spa and award-winning restaurant.
Ideal for a couple of nights stopover or as a base from which you can explore Romeo and Juliet's hometown.
Head Chef Luca Basso is in charge of the dynamic team at La Torre 22 restaurant.
Constantly experimenting and trying new combinations of flavours he is the first chef in the region to have properly learned the art of sashimi: the sea bass, salmon and tuna sashimi melts in your mouth and is in such popular demand that it is on the menu throughout the year.
Bar La Corte 22 is the place to be for a cocktail or glass of Prosecco under the stars.
Carlo Scarpa, Piergiacomo Castiglioni and Le Corbusier are just a few of the famous designers to have their works featured in and around the 90 rooms at this design hotel in Verona. Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure you will appreciate the size of the large elegant rooms filled with light.
We love that within half an hour of landing you could already be in your room at Hotel Veronesi La Torre. Not only that but you could be relaxing in the steam room or be having a relaxing massage in the spa which also features a saltwater swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and hydromassage area.
The fitness room is not only fully-equipped with the latest Technogym equipment, but it has a dedicated Pilates room with Pilates teacher, ideal for stretching those travel-worn muscles. Verona is on the Adige river in Veneto, Northern Italy.
The historical centre of Verona is only 10 minutes away and is famous as the setting of Shakespeares' Romeo and Juliet - Juliet's house is a 14th-century residence with a little balcony overlooking a courtyard.
The Roman Amphitheatre is now the Verona Arena which hosts concerts and opera performances throughout the year. Piazza delle Erbe, once the town's forum during Roman times, is one of the main squares in the town and the ideal spot to have a drink or a bite to eat.
Free parking is available.
Places of Interest
Nicolis Museum 3 miles
Castello Scaligero Villafranca 4.2 miles
Castelvecchio Museum 5.2 miles
Piazza Bra 5.4 miles
Verona Arena 5.5 miles