VittorioVeneto250.0 out of 5.0
VittorioVeneto250.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed for one evening but the care and attention we received from Raffaella was second to none. Full details of how to enter the villa were sent to us by email and Raffaella was waiting at her desk as we entered. No 25 is a beautiful refurbished and reimagined space. We were on the top floor 3 flights of beautiful stone/marble steps and hand rails took us to our room. Everything inside was just right! The bed and bed linen was of good quality and comfortable. Two pillows each, no oversized wardrobe but a quality simple rail and shelving. There was coffee and tea pods with water in the fridge. The bathroom was spacious with very good water pressure, walk in shower. Boxes of shampoo, soap and hand cream on the wall for your convenience. Clean good quality cotton towels. We had a list of cafes to choose from for breakfast and we enjoyed our walk out and experience the City waking up. There is a lovely covered market in the old town and we also had a trip to a certified balsamic producer which was very interesting and informative. We will stay again when in Modena.
We stayed here because we wanted a hotel nearby the Osteria Francescana The hotel is Nice but our room was on the third Floor with no elevator is quite heavy !! The room is good but there is no breakfast and Then €150 for a night is quite expensive Its aprox 300 meters from Osteria Francescana so that is really Nice
This boutique hotel is a wonderful place to explore the historical city centre of Modena from. It is also ideally situated for bus routes and the airport bus. The rooms are elegant, spotlessley clean and comfortable, equipped with a pod espresso machine, fridge,towels and toiletteres. There is no breakfast but we really didn't did eat as there are so many amazing places to have a continental breakfast from in the city centre. The host Raffaella is available every morning in the small reception downstairs and occassionally in the afternoon. She was extremely helpful in suggesting restaurants, or helping with any other matters. I really felt that she went out of her way to insure that all guests had the best experience possible. If I return to Modena, I wouldn't hesitatate to stay at the Vittorio Veneto again.
First, this review is restricted to the room that my wife and I occupied at the end of September. Due to my wife's bad knees I had asked whether the hotel had a lift. I was told that it didn't but that a ground floor room was available that did not require the climbing of stairs. This was true and we were given a room on the ground floor. What we weren't told was that the business of welcoming new guests and discussing what hotels discuss with guests would be conducted at a small desk just outside the room (~2 feet away). We discovered this when we were awakened at about Noon on our first day in Italy by the conversation outside of our door. This type of event will not bother guests in other rooms in the hotel but it did bother us. Second, the room (our most expensive room in Europe at ~800 euros for 3 nights) was terribly small and did not even have shelves for our clothing. The closet was so small that the hangers could only be used parallel to the closet door and could only accommodate a few garments. So my wife and I basically lived out of our suitcase during our stay. Third, while the hotel is advertised as a B&B in this listing, no food was available at the site when my wife and I stayed there. The hotel did arrange a discount for breakfast at a restaurant a couple of hundred meters from the hotel. Fourth, the hotel advertised free parking but, upon arrival, the hotel advised us (all guests) that it wasn't advisable to utilize that free parking due to recent security issues in the neighborhood and instead recommended that we park at a garage "only" about 500 meters away. The hotel negotiated a reduced price at that garage. My wife and I did not accept this suggestion and, fortunately, didn't suffer any negative consequences. On the plus side, the bed was comfortable, the neighborhood was not particularly noisy, the hotel was located within walking distance from good restaurants, and the person in charge of dealing with guests had helpful information and was nice to talk to. However my wife and I can not recommend this B&B.
Out of all the places on our Italy trip, I think I’ll miss Modena the most. For someone who works in NYC, stepping back from the hustle to a quaint city like Modena was a much needed break from reality, a welcomed dose of Italian tranquility. When I return I could not stay anywhere except for Vittorio Veneto 25. As far as location - perfect. Located steps from the entrance to what I call the inner circle of Modena where all the fashionable shops are around the Duomo. Also the location is ideal if you are a runner like myself with running lanes around the city with bursts of sunny and shady areas. Regarding Vittorio Veneto 25’s decor, impeccable, tasteful, and gorgeous are three words that came to mind. The extra large windows overlooking Vittorio Veneto were beautiful, the large bed for my wife and I was extremely comfortable and the bathroom overlooking the courtyard was very spacious. It looked brand new, and gave me ideas for my own at home. I would be remiss if I did not mention Raffaella who runs the hotel. She was absolutely fabulous. To us she represented what Italy and especially Modena is all about - warmth, kindness, and welcoming. When we left we said, “when we come back to Modena, we can never stay anywhere except with Raffaella.” Grazie Raffaella & Vittorio Veneto 25
There are some place where you stay that the staff makes all the difference. The Radiant Raffaela at Vittorio Veneto 25 is a super star. Her welcome, warmth and constant willingness to help make our stay as pleasurable as possible made all the difference. You cannot beat the guest house's location. The rooms are stylish, very comfortable and exceptionally clean. We loved everything about this place. Highly Recommended.
You let yourself into this property, which wasn't a problem for me. There are only stairs (at least to my floor), which could be an issue for some. My room was very large, and clean. The bed and bath faced the back of the building, which was good, as occasionally when you were in the front of the room, near the street, you could hear some cars go by. If you need a place to stay, located within walking distance of the heart of Modena, this is a good spot.
Stayed for 1 night (36 hours) in Modena and this was the perfect little guest house. Very friendly owners who make it extremely easy to come and go as you please. The rooms are spacious and have great interior design with big bathroom. From the owners we received some great restaurant recommendations (a restaurant not highly publicised on TA or guide books) and if you are going to Modena for a short stay I would highly recommend booking here. Only thing to be wary of is there is no lift so be prepared to carry your bags up the stairs depending on what floor you stay on.
I stayed here three nights on business. It's more of a B&B than a hotel; the proprietor is there for a few hours in the morning and a few hours in the afternoon. But don't let that deter you. The rooms are large and very comfortable with every amenity you need including a great shower, coffee machine, and TV. You'll get an email with a code to use to enter the house and to retrieve your key - it's really easy. The location is fantastic - a few minutes walk into the center of Modena, and very quiet. Also Wifi is great. My one small complaint (this is a problem in a lot of Italian hotels) is that I couldn't find BBC or CNN or other international news channels. I'll be back!
Raffaella Luciani was absolutely fantastic!! We bought way too much Italian Food to take home and emailed her to see if they had some scales to weigh our bags with... She bought a set specially for us and it was there on our arrival. Now you too can use them when staying there:) The rooms are lovely and the location could not be better!!!
- Walking distance to Modena Cathedral and Torre della Ghirlandina
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Airport shuttle (fees apply)
Located in Circoscrizione 1, VittorioVeneto25 is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Modena Cathedral and Torre della Ghirlandina. Each of the 6 rooms at this townhouse includes a refrigerator, an espresso maker, and a flat-screen TV.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 32-inch a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Beds sport premium bedding and the bathroom offers free toiletries and slippers. Other standard amenities include a refrigerator, an espresso maker, and free bottled water.
At VittorioVeneto25, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas and express check-in. There's free offsite parking, as well as an airport shuttle for a fee (available on request). Front-desk staff can assist with tours/tickets and securing valuables.
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% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 70 reviews