Crowne Plaza Verona Fiera4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed at this hotel for one night , the rooms were good , clean , we tried the pool and enjoyed it , and the staff were very helpful . But , first we weren't able to use the wifi they told us it is not free (maybe we were a with a group dnw) them the hotel is far from the city center so no you can't go by walking and for the dinner since we had no other option we were onliged to dine in the hotel , the Hotel restaurant is overpriced and not worth it. The breakfast buffet is good with more sweet food than salty , for me it was not bad because I prefer sweet things . The buffet staff were very nice and helpful. Would recommend this hotel for people going from a city to another and passes by Verona.
The hotel itself is lovely. The staff were very friendly and the facilities were very good. Nice roof top sunbathing area, pool and spa. Our room was lovely and clean, drinks at the bar were reasonable although they do charge a 4 euro city tax with each round. if we had known that we would have got several rounds in one. What lets this hotel down is the location. its in the middle of an industrial estate so not really any bars etc to walk out to. We did find a small bar in the middle of a residential estate but was full of locals so we just felt a bit vulnerable. Its also on the out skirts of Verona. The hotel provides a free shuttle bus which you have to book, but it is not very frequent. Cabs into the city range from 9-15 euros each way. The staff were very friendly and helpful
I had no choice about staying in this hotel as I was part of a tour group. This is easily the ugliest, most unfriendly hotel I have ever had the misery of staying in. This is as far from an Italian experience as I have ever seen. No one travelling for pleasure should stay here. This hotel is the epitome of modern ugly. Tall, garish, unappealing. The decor is stark and cold. The security is excellent, but so strict that you cannot visit a friend or family member on a different floor as your key card will only take you to your floor. Safe, but ridiculous. The safe is my room was locked open. I contacted the desk three times about this and they did nothing. The breakfast was fair. The eggs were runny and there was no whole milk for coffee or cereal. We dined there once for dinner. That was one time too many. The maitre d' was grouchy because we had no reservation although the place was virtually empty. Service was slow. The food was terrible. To get the lights and outlets to work, you had to put a key in a slot. This is a typical requirement in Europe and an excellent way to save energy. The problem is that it also meant the night light was on all night in the bathroom. A fine idea, but it was so bright that it lit up the bedroom all night and since the bathroom door is GLASS, I could not block out the light without taking out the key and shutting everything else off. When I inquired at the desk about this, they told me to put something in front of the light to block it. Many other room did not have this particular issue (why????), but mine did. I was told is was a safety issue and could not be disabled although many others in my group had no nightlight. Overall, this hotel barely warrants the one star minimum.
Comfortable and clean this hotel aims at business stay or organized group tours. Offering comfortable facilities to work in room. Lost in the middle of abandoned factories and warehouses, it is slightly outside of the city, which makes the commuting panful for tourism. There is a hotel shuttle service on booking, but it does not run often enough and the 8 seats are often taken. It is a pity. The local buses are also a good alternative. The pool is very nice to relax after a day in the city. The TV offering could be improved. The bed is very nice. The view is the one of the suburb, so not very exciting. But this is not what you look for if you come here. The door of the bathroom is translucent glass, so depending on the configuration of your room it may not be comfortable to be inside as the door is right by the bedside! There is also a curtesy light by the toilet that allows you to go in without turning on the light, but as the door is translucent, you get too much light at night. It would be nice to be able to turn it off. The hotel has a reception room that can be used for party. Ask if there is any party planned during your stay and request a room on the opposite side. The music can get really loud right by your window. If you are jogger, you will find a curtesy booth with water, orange and towel t the reception. This is nice. It is a reasonable compromise of price/distance remaining a comfortable choice.
This is a wonderful hotel that is very modern and clean! The staff is super courteous and helpful! The food from room service was great as was the breakfast. They were nice enough to hold our luggage even after we checked out so we could show our parents around Verona. They also provide a free shuttle to and from the city center. I wish I had more time to visit the pool and enjoy the rest of the many hotel amenities. Go here and relax, don't worry, the hotel will take care of your every want and need!
Stayed here as part of a European driving tour. Lots of parking around hotel but never found the garage. When we first got there we were not sure it was even open. It is in a derelict area 3.5 km from centre and was quite unkept outside - weeds, hedges not cut and a general air of closure and the sign was damaged. There is an odd grey mesh to the outside making it look like it is in a state of disrepair. Be warned there is nothing at all within the vicinity and taking a walk at night is, well, maybe not so good. The inside is very grey too and quite a sterile environment. The room we had was large and the bed very comfy. Only one bottle of water was offered free during the three nights, which was a bit mean. A good shower and lots of amenities. The desk was bent badly in the middle! We ate once here and I asked for chicken, which was only a breast and small salad leaves. That was it for 14 euros and it was cold. Wife's lasagna was similar so with this in mind don't eat here. Breakfast was way over priced 18euros each so that option not taken. There is an open air sky lounge on the 9th floor but there is nothing there other than scattered chairs and cigarette butts. Again, don't bother. Taxi into centre cost 15 euro each way. We walked back and it took over an hour and you don't exactly walk through a salubrious area either. Verona is well worth a visit but it was very busy. The hotel,offers a free mini bus at selected times but you are tied to these times.
The room are ok. The hotel is fine. The only problem was the services for breakfast. Was an horrible experience. I am a spire member and I feel home at the crown plaza but this time I was treated very disrespectful. I am still waiting for someone to write o call me to understand what happen that morning when in was humiliated in front my family. The waiter told you can eat the sausages instead of bacon. Nothing was on the buffet. Very sad
Very modern hotel in a quiet location in close proximity to old Verona. Rooms have all the amenities and the beds are spacious and comfortable. Loved the ceiling mounted shower head and the body wand. Beautiful view of the skyline on the top floor deck. Would have given it 5 stars but the fitness center had no free weights or machine weights.
We frequently use Crowne Plaza hotels .... what on earth happened to this one? Other than the receptionist who checked us in, the staff had little local knowledge. The bar staff must have been trained by Basil Fawlty. A tomato juice seemed totally perplexing, as did a Pimms. We were okay as long as we stuck to coke and lemon soda. The bedroom cooling system was bizarre. The fan was controlled by reception, so we either froze or roasted. The breakfasts were dreadful. The scrambled egg tasted synthetic and the mushrooms were slimy. When a large group of conference attendees turned up for breakfast everything fell apart and the food ran out, there was no coffee, no hot water and finding a member of staff was like trying to find hens' teeth. And, by the way, none of their teapots have lids. Weirdly, teapots always arrived with a saucer in place of the lid. What a strange place.
A modern hotel, NOT in central Verona as we were told! But in the outskirts with inadequate shuttle service to the City of Verona. Our bedroom was pleasant enough, but with not a single hook anywhere to hang a towel, other item on! Breakfasts were not good - an understatement- and when the dining room was busy was chaotic with a lack of food, coffee and crockery. In summary, not a well managed hotel, some , not all , helpful staff but none have lical knowledge to help their tourist guests
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Indoor pool
- Fitness center
Crowne Plaza Verona Fiera places you within 3 miles (5 km) of popular attractions like Arena di Verona and Castelvecchio. This 160-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like an indoor pool, free self parking, and a fitness center. Ponte Scaligero and Juliet's House are also near this Verona hotel.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at Plaza Restaurant, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Full breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
All 160 soundproofed rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect WiFi, wired Internet, and 37-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels and pay movies. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Other amenities include laptop-compatible safes, phones, and desks.
At Crowne Plaza Verona Fiera, guests enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a steam room. There's free parking and a free area shuttle. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a rooftop terrace, WiFi in public areas, and 7 meeting rooms.
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82% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 731 reviews