AddressCorso Porta Nuova 93 VeronaSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
The B&B Carmen is the ideal bed and breakfast for you, if you have a pleasant stay in Verona. It is located three minutes walk from the Arena and 10 minutes walk from the train station.
The Bed and Breakfast Carmen is placed in the context of a beautiful detached house, completely renovated and tastefully furnished, has double or triple rooms with private or shared bathroom, all rooms are equipped with more amenities such as LCD TV, air conditioning, toiletries, towels , wi-fi etc. ....
Easily accessible by car, being located outside the ZTL area.
The position of the B&B Carmen is strategic and central location and allows you to live very well all the attractions that Verona offers and in a few minutes walk you reach the house of Juliet, Arena, Castelvecchio, Roman Theatre and much more ...
-check in from 02:00pm to 08:00pm
-All the Check-in after 08:00 pm need an additional pay of euro 10.00 per person, We will never accept arrival after 10:30pm even if the charge will be applied in any case
-check out 10:30 am
-Please advice about arrival time by email
-Please insert your complete mobile number including area code.(example '+39........)
-Payment: Cash or credit card on arrival.
-Cancellation Policy: 72h before arrival.
Also we will give a key to allow you to return at any time.
Breakfast is very rich and continental.
The staff of BB Carmen will be at your disposal to make your stay the best possible.
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Cable TV
- Towels Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
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