AddressVia Amatore Sciesa, 9 VeronaSee nearby area
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Located in a strategic position, about 200 meters from the historical center of Verona, the B&B Rigoletto is the ideal base for a full tour of the most popular sights of Verona Arena and Piazza Bra, Balcony House and Juliet, the Gallery Modern and Contemporary Art, Castelvecchio, Roman Theater and much more.
It is a welcoming and tranquil atmosphere at B & B Rigoletto. It is an excellent solution for who needs to travel, both for tourism and for business. We offer a very rich breakfast served in the breakfast room or in the bedroom.
It's available Wi-Fi. We will give a key to every customer so you will be free to go in and out whenever you want.
The B&B is in an historic building, the elegant and comfortable apartment offers its guests comfortable and spacious 3 bedroom, furnished with care and attention. Your stay will be pleasant and comfortable. All rooms are equipped with TV and air conditioning. There are two bathrooms available with showers and hair dryers. Clean linen (sheets, pillowcases, blankets, towels, etc) is provided by the owner
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
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Payment: Cash or credit card on arrival.
Cancellation Policy: 72h before arrival.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Breakfast
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- Outdoor Terrace
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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