In mid-March 2012 in the historic center of Verona new Palazzo Victoria hotel will receive its first guests. It will have the highest status - "five stars deluxe" and will offer its visitors 71 comfortable rooms, each of which has a traditional design of ancient Verona: high ceilings, large windows with shutters, tapestry fabric wallpapers, antique furniture made from precious wood and handmade linen.
This style was specifically chosen for Palazzo Victoria as the new hotel will be located in the historic building of the XIV century on Corso di Porta Borsari only a few steps from the Roman amphitheater Arena di Verona, which dates back to the first century B.C. The hotel building, though recently renovated, preserved Renaissance frescoes on the walls, and in the courtyard of the hotel in addition to a magnificent garden with pergolas are also ruins of the ancient palace, which perfectly fit into the architectural ensemble. Even the lounge bar with its interior looks more like a library, while located nearby conference room Sala degli Imperatori for seventy people due to the large collection of antiques looks like a historical museum.
The gourmets will appreciate the hotel restaurant as the local chef is Carmine Caló, a famous Italian chef, the owner of the most prestigious award - the Michelin star. The restaurant is available not only to the guests of Palazzo Victoria, but for every man. Another feature of the restaurant is the fact that it is opened from morning until late night, which is quite unusual for the Italian restaurants.
The cost of accommodation in the Palazzo Victoria will be about 230 Euros per day.