AddressVicolo Volto Cittadella, 16 VeronaSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
The B&B Cittadella is located in the heart of Verona, a few steps from the famous Juliet's grave and the Arena (only 100 mts far from it) landmark of the city centre. It's located 700 mts far from the Railway Station Verona Porta Nuova.
The B&B Cittadella is synonymous with quality and availability. It offers confortable bedrooms finely furnished. All rooms have LCD TV, ducted air-conditioned and WI-FI internet connection. Each bathroom is equipped with hairdryer, shampoo, shower-foam and soap.
Our rooms can be double, triple or quadruple and, depending on your needs, they can be prepared with separated beds or double beds.
Towels and linen are usually changed every 3 days; if necessary earlier.
The breakfast buffet, ranging from sweet to savory, is based on fresh fruit, croissants, yoghurt, corn flakes, muesli, milk, tea, coffee, bread, biscuits, butter, jam, honey, ham and cheese.
The B&B Cittadella offers to its guests free parking permissions for the streets surrounding the building. Alternatively there is a guarded fee parking lot located 100 meters far from the property.
Upon arrival, every customer will receive a set of keys so to be free to go and come back any time.
The owner put his knowledge and courtesy at disposal of the guests in order to make a more pleasant stay in Verona.
Cancellation policy:24 hrs before arrival time.
Please advice about arrival time.
Check-in time: from 11.30 to 22.00 (please advice about late arrival)
Check-out time: until 10.30
We take preauthorization on credit card
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- 24 Hour Security
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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