Ròseo Hotel Leon D'Oro4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed here for 2 nights in our northern Italy trip. The location is really good for a short walk to all major tourist attractions in Verona. The breakfast was adequate and amole to fuel you for the day. No coffee making facility in the room. The sole reason I gave my stay 4 stars was there was some construction sound early morning which woke us up. Apart from that, wonderful stay and helpful staff. I would definitely recommend this place.
I've stayed here a few times and enjoyed it each time...a short walk from the coliseum and the downtown area, it's convenient and a very good hotel. Shopping is maybe 5 minute walk away and as always, Verona, is a bit plagued by tourists. Breakfast is my favorite thing about this hotel...during the holiday seasons, they bring these freshly baked croissants out and up at the breakfast bar is this small machine with what looks like oversized hypodermic needles...you push one into the end of the croissant and pull down the handle and it get filled with chocolate! The other puts what I call Bavarian Cream! All you want to do is just eat those as fast as they bring them piping hot from the oven. The rest of the breakfast is also great - haha!
Booked this place for two nights for a coty trip via Booking.com Firstly I was a bit shocked about the exterior and the surrounding of the 4 star hotel, but when opening the entrance door and later the door to the 50 sqm suite, all was good again. The classic „baroque“ italian style might not be everybodies taste, but the marple, the fabric covered walls and wooden furniture wasn‘t cheap. It is a 10-12 min easy walk to the Piazza Erbe and the shopping district.
The Hotel Leon D'Oro is the largest hotel in Verona, about a 1 mile walk to the center of town. It was built with great detail 50-years ago and at its opening was a grand hotel. It has not been updated since. It is clean and the front desk efficient but not friendly. No one seems to like working in this hotel. It does not have a gym and its onsite restaurant serves marginal food. The breakfast included with the room needs some help also. Rooms are medium size. The rooms in the back have a view of the local power plant. The rooms in the front of a canal.
The hotel is very convenient as it is close to the down town. The hotel is very famous with tour operators so you will find a lot of large groups. The hotel reception area is nice and grand but it ends there. The hotel rooms are very basic and the decoration is that of high end hotels of the 80s. The wifi is very basic and keeps dropping every few minutes. The bathroom very basic and the shoddy repairs were every where. The biggest let down was lack of proper heating in the room. Even in the month of October the room got very cold during the night which certainly affected the sleep quality. The hotel restaurant serves ok food and the choice is limited. The breakfast buffet is held in a large hall, but the spread of items was very limited. The lifts are the slowest you will see in a long time. Overall, a very basic hotel. Parking is very expensive. Almost 20 euros for 24 hours. Looks very grand but nothing more than that. The reception and the staff not at all courteous. Saw them being rude and downright disrespectful to a lot of guests. When you see the receptionist talking to the guests while not taking her eyes from the computer screen, it is a clear sign of very poor training. Would certainly avoid as there are better options in the town for similar price.
Great location good staff but no spare plugs in the room to allow for charging of phone and camera. Well kept foyer...room was great...clean and comfortable although no view but for the price great stay
I chose this hotel as it offered parking and was well located, being only a one kilometre (about 15 minute walk) from the Arena and old town of Verona. The Hotel Leon D'Oro was a large hotel that seemed to be popular with tour groups. It had a business feel. The rooms were a good size, a reasonable breakfast was available and the staff were helpful. The hotel was a bit tired, and I felt it was expensive for the standard of the property (my room was €184 plus €15 for parking). However, maybe Verona is just an expensive location due to it being popular with tourists...
Very nice Friendly staff, breakfast was superb. Great location for the train to other cities. It was a full on visit for us. Each day we went to a different city by train. We pre-booked or tours/excursions on Viatours. Thursday we went for dinner in town, Friday we went to Venice and Saturday to Lake Garda. Sunday we toured Verona on foot and. I am planning to visit with friends again next year.
Lovely hotel, lobby area is impressive. Whilst the rooms are somewhat dated it didn't bother us in the slightest (I don't think every room is dated though). Bathrooms were modern. Rooms cleaned everyday. Safe and minibar available in the room. My only gripe is that there are no tea and coffee facilities in the rooms. Breakfast was fine, plenty of choice. It's about an easy 10 minute walk to the main city area but reception will call you a taxi which arrives with 5 minutes every time. I'd happily return.
Wonderful hotel, very chic, welcoming, with everything you might need in a nice room. Abundunt breakfast, comfortable bed, welcome kit in the bathroom (I had a bathroom with a bathtube), slippers, big flat TV-screen, table, safebox, mirrors and big wardrobe, minibar. It's situated about 10-15 minutes away from the railway and bus station, which is very good for travelling around - I visited Venice, Vicenza, Treviso, Mantova and explored Garda lake. And it's about 20 minutes walk from the city center - the walk is no problem as it goes along the main avenue with shops and restaurants. The guys and girls at the reception and in the breakfast hall (which is as beautyful as the whole building) are very polite and multilingual and ready to help you. You may ask for a fresh coffee (not from the machine) during the breakfast - and you'll be promptly served. Besides the hotel offers a happy hour after 6pm. I'm very satisfied with the hotel and will absolutely recommend it to all those travellers who really like to travel around and who seek for more at fair prices.
- Walking distance to Fiera di Verona
- 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 Fiera di Verona. 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.
Guests of Ròseo Hotel Leon D'Oro enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, a conference center, and coffee in a common area. 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 a computer station, free newspapers, and a porter/bellhop.
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75% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1426 reviews