Located right in the heart of medieval Verona, the extensively renovated Due Torri Hotel combines lavish furnishings with first class service to provide the perfect base for a luxury city break. Each guest room is decorated and furnished in the style of a different era, and the Due Torri Lounge & Restaurant is one of the most distinguished restaurants in Verona. Vaulted ceilings and decorative marble flooring contribute to its dramatic setting, complementing the many impressive churches that surround the hotel.
Child prices apply to ages 2-12 years.
- Situated in the heart of medieval Verona
- Each room features décor from a different era
- Dine on the panoramic terrace restaurant
- Elegant and refined style throughout
- Relax among olive trees in the Winter Garden
Early booking discount
Save up to 10% on the hotel price for holidays of 1-2 nights between 12 April - 31 December 2017 booked at least 7 days prior to departure.
Stay 3 nights and pay for 2 nights for holidays between 01 October - 28 December 2017, 01 January -30 April 2018 and 01 October - 27 December 2018.
Please note not all offers are combinable. Offers are not valid during fair and opera dates.
Bars & Restaurants
Due Torri Lounge & Restaurant
Breakfast: 07:00 - 10:30
Lunch: 11:00 - 14:30
Dinner: 19:00 - 22:00
The elegant Due Torri Lounge & Restaurant offers delicious food, innovative versions of traditional regional dishes along with excellent wines and cocktails. Situated in the spacious lobby, it is the ideal place for an aperitivo, cocktails and exclusive gala dinners or a supper by candlelight.
Panoramic Terrace & Grill Restaurant
11:00 - 23:00
Newly opened panoramic terrace offers a breathtaking view on the many treasures of Verona: the Lamberti Tower, the Duomo, the Church of St. Anastasia, St. Peter's Castle and the Torricelle Hills and all the roman part of the City. The Panoramic Terrace hosts an open-style kitchen where diners can watch the chefs at work;guests have the opportunity to enjoy a pre-opera buffet dinner, have lunch or dine by candlelight, or simply enjoy a tempting aperitivo or Italian cocktail while admiring the wonderful panorama.
About the location
The setting of Shakespeare’s greatest love story is definitely romantic – but you don’t need to be a star-crossed lover to fall for Verona’s charms. The city’s grand esplanades and piazzas are punctuated by Gothic cathedrals, Renaissance gardens and an impressive amphitheatre that rivals Rome’s Colosseum. There’s also a dramatic Roman theatre set on a hillside, with an attached archaeological museum showcasing ancient mosaics, sculptures and coins. If you fancy taking a breather from sightseeing, check out the gardens at Palazzo Giusti. They’re among the loveliest in Italy – think elegant cypress trees, floating water lilies, ethereal statues and Renaissance fountains. Verona’s also a bit of a hotspot for shopping, with dozens of boutiques and designer stores lining the historic streets.
20 minutes from Verona airport
Max 2 adults
Classic Double Rooms are decorated in empire-style with authentic period furniture, parquet floors and wall tapestries in vibrant colours. All rooms feature a king-size bed or twin beds and sleep up to two adults.
Max 3 adults
Deluxe Double Rooms are individually decorated with great attention to detail, and furnished in a period style with vibrant colour and golden frames. All rooms feature a king-size bed or twin beds and offer a view of the Roman streets or of St. Anastasia Square. They can sleep up to three adults and are available on request, please call to book.
Max 1 adult
The Deluxe Single has all the features of a Deluxe Double but is for sole use.
Max 3 adults
Junior Suites are furnished in classical style with Murano glass chandeliers and comprise of bedroom with king-size bed or twin beds and a separate living area and offer a view of the Roman streets or the St. Anastasia Square. They can sleep up to three adults and are available on request, please call to book.
Max 2 adults
Classic Suites are furnished in an Empire style with period furniture, parquet flooring, a chaise longue and Murano glass lamps. They sleep two adults and are available on request, please call to book.
Based on 731 traveller reviews
90% of travellers recommended this hotel
What to expect
“ old style class
Emma S, Ipswich, United Kingdom
Dec 06 2017
Just had 3 nights in the Due Torri hotel, in one of the cheaper rooms (318). There was nothing i could complain about, it was generally just right from start to finish. Not only that, i got the...
Just had 3 nights in the Due Torri hotel, in one of the cheaper rooms (318). There was nothing i could complain about, it was generally just right from start to finish. Not only that, i got the feeling if anything wasn't to your satisfaction then you just had to ask to get it changed, what more could you ask for. My room had enough space for me and was possibly the quietest i have ever stayed in, the view was nice too, it could do with a few more coat hangers but it was my own fault for not asking. Powerful shower, plenty of full length mirrors, 2 maid visits a day, plenty of towels and shower gel etc. Breakfast was nice, very professional staff, in fact the staff all over the hotel are all good at their jobs. The Due Torri is about as central as you could want without being in the noise of the tourism, this is not my first positive review and it will not be my last visit. If you're looking for an old fashioned hotel with some class then look no further.
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“ A few small things let it down
Dec 04 2017
Spent 3 nights here on pre Christmas break as a party of 4. Good central location. Room was reasonable even though only looked on to internal courtyard. Our fellow travellers had outside room with...
Spent 3 nights here on pre Christmas break as a party of 4. Good central location. Room was reasonable even though only looked on to internal courtyard. Our fellow travellers had outside room with views on the same booking. Difficulty with sleeping as room was so hot and seemingly no air conditioning. Window close to bed so a very cold draught if left open. One feature missing which is standard in most hotels we stay at was tea and coffee making facilities. Breakfast included but hot food was not hot, barely lukewarm, and it was noticeable how much better the choice was on Monday morning compare to the weekend.
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