Ròseo Hotel Leon D'Oro4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
First, you need to find this hotel from the railway station. It’s a bit disconcerting when you’re faced with several lanes of traffic which you’re trying to cross to get to the hotel. However you need to cross the road at the Esso petrol station (as mentioned in a previous review) and you will arrive at this magnificent hotel with its elegant decor. The staff are so professional- in particular I’d like to mention Andrian, the Moldovan waiter who speaks impeccable English and who spent a long time advising us on the best walking route to take in all the best sights in Verona. We took his advice and fitted in everything in one day. Andrian takes great pride in his job- he’s a real asset to the hotel. We also received excellent service from Frederico and Tracey in the restaurant. The breakfast is excellent - well worth the money. Better directions are needed to the hotel - but once you get there you’ll enjoy the opera-themed decor, the attentive service and the feeling that you’re in a hotel that’s got individual style.
Well located hotel, close to train station and just a short walk to the tourist attractions. Very helpful staff and impressive lobby. Our room was spacious and comfortable but the decor was a little dated and tired. A good buffet style breakfast selection and attentive staff. Overall a good hotel but outside of the lobby needs some investment as corridors and rooms dark and in need of new decor. We would stay here again for a further short stay.
Stayed here for three nights - location is good because it's less than ten minutes' walk from the bus/train station - which is where the airport shuttle bus comes in (6 euros each way). As others have said, the best landmarks to head for are the petrol stations, then cross over the two zebra crossings, away from the town arch. Head to the underpass, which is well lit, on the other side, bear left and over small zebra crossing, and you are then in line with the ramp to the hotel. The hotel is beautiful, rooms are clean and comfortable, - huge bed! Bathroom was immaculate and fresh toiletries every day. There is a minibar, - being British we would really have appreciated tea and coffee making facilities in the room but we know this is rare in Europe. Breakfast buffet between 7 and 10.30am is plentiful with every taste catered for, hot breakfasts, cereals, croissants, etc. The lounge and bar area is really elegant, and a lovely place to stop awhile, have a beer or a pot of tea(with biscuits), reaad the newspapers and relax. The main town is about 10 - 15 minutes walk, and there are plenty of bars and restaurants - if you don't want to go far, there is a very good, basic, Italian Trattoria, about 5 minutes walk. Cross at the first zebra crossing towards the petrol stations, then cross again, before reaching the petrol stations,. Past the burger place, and then over the road, about 200 yards on the left - we went there 3 times! It was great, and loads of local families eating there.
Clean, comfort room, with very good sleep quality. Breakfast was generous. It is not far from the city center, but you have to cross high-traffic streets to get into it. wifi works very well. Parking is paid.
An incredible art decor hotel with all the grandeur of old Italy. Best hotel we have had in our Italian holiday. Room is so elegant and spacious. Breakfast is amazing. Close to the train station and 15 minutes walk to down town. Definitely recommend it and we will be back here.
We had a hard time locating this hotel so for anyone who's visiting, it's right behind the bus/train station. Walk towards the petrol pump and look for a huge sign 'Federico' or something like that and the hotel is right there. It's pretty convenient cz it's just 5mins walk to the station and around 10 mins walk to the town Center. The hotel interiors are pretty impressive and the rooms are spacious, bathroom is generously spacious (best part of the room). I was However surprise that the room doesn't have a simple kettle, I've stayed in less presentable hotel and it had a kettle. Breakfast is decent, but I wish the hotel restaurant had a better menu, we are in Italy and it's only fair that we get good Italian 🥘. My final observation, the staff at the front desk aren't that friendly, my husband says that's the way they sound but I found it a little offensive with the way the front desk lady was responding to one of the Asian guest who couldn't speak English well I guess. Also to add to it, while checking out we decided to leave our bags at the hotel and pick it up later, the front desk asked for city tax and I was just removing the money from my purse in the meantime my husband ask for tags for the bag and the lady said 'first you pay and give the money and than only we will go to the next step'😶😶. I was stunned!!!! it will definitely be really nice to have a friendly face or a smiling face in the breakfast room. All in all I love the interiors, spacious room with awesome bathroom and close by to city centre and station
My friend and I both thought for the price this hotel was really good. It was walking distance from the train station...although because we hadn't been sure when we arrived late at night we'd got a taxi which cost €9 despite it being such a short journey....so save your money. When you come out of the station, turn right and walk to the Esso and other petrol station, then cross the roads at the crossings and you will see an underpass walk through which has some interesting art work and is well lit. When you come out of the underpass you walk up the slope and you'll see an archway ahead towards the left, this is the entrance to the hotel's drive. I hope this helps future travellers save €9 for such a short journey. The breakfast had great options, I didn't have hot food, but they had soya milk, vegan croissants and lots of cereals, seeds and fresh fruit so suited me. The hotel rooms were clean and good size, as were the bathrooms. Would definitely recommend.
Wanted a hotel that what reasonably near the train station so we could travel to surrounding area easily, this hotel was a 5 -10 minute walk away. It might not be in the prettiest location ( sandwiched between dual carriage way and factories) but inside it is lovely. We had a deluxe double room which was extremely spacious and spotlessly clean. The bathroom had both a powerful shower and bath, great for before and after a day sightseeing. Breakfast was varied and plentiful. We had room service twice as we couldn't wait for the evening restaurant to open at 7.30. Room service charge was €8 plus what you ordered. It was an ideal base for us as first time visitors to Verona
A nice hotel in a decent location with a great breakfast. But I have to agree with earlier reviews that the staff were largely uninterested. From the front desk to the bar. With a little more care from staff throughout, this would be worth another visit. But otherwise, a decent place.
This charming Hotel with traditional & noble classic style has a good location close tot the center of Verona. Grand clean & quiet rooms and nice breakfast room with all choices. Lobby and bar within a comfortable area. I liked the more discrete service having all needs answered. VC
- Walking distance to Veronafiere
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Cittadella, Ròseo Hotel Leon D'Oro is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Porta Nuova and Veronafiere. This 190-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a conference center. It's in central Verona and also close to Teatro Ristori and Juliet's Tomb.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast, served each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.
All 190 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and memory foam beds with down comforters ensure a restful night. Desks are also available.
Guests of Ròseo Hotel Leon D'Oro enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 11 meeting rooms, and a conference center. Self parking is available for EUR 15 per day. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, a computer station, and free newspapers.
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75% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1506 reviews