Staying with us means being in the historic centre of Verona, the ideal position for those wishing to explore every corner of the city in an atmosphere brimming with history and relaxation.
In a privileged location, it overlooks the historic Mazzanti Houses in Via Mazzanti, between Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza dei Signori.
One of the oldest hotels in Verona’s historic centre, Albergo Mazzanti has 16 rooms, all non-smoking, spread over two floors with a lift.
These are divided into three categories – double, triple and single – with all being elegantly furnished, having high-quality finishes and equipped with air-conditioning, telephone, LCD TV, hair-dryer, complimentary toiletries, safe, minibar and bathroom with shower or bathtub, and some being specifically equipped for disabled guests.
The breakfast buffet is served in a dedicated room. For lunch and dinner, Albergo Mazzanti recommends the Ristorante Caffè Dante, just a short walk from the hotel and offering views overlooking the stunning Piazza dei Signori.
In front of the Hotel
Exiting the Hotel, you can admire the steep external staircase of the Mazzanti Houses and the splendid well curb with an iron railing that allowed baskets to be lowered from the houses, in one of the most expressive and picturesque corners of Verona.
Next to the Albergo Mazzanti
Also known as Piazza Dante due to the presence of the Dante Alighieri monument, several palaces of great artistic value overlook Piazza dei Signori, including the Palazzo della Ragione, Palazzo del Podestà and La Loggia del Consiglio. For many years, it has been the site of the Nuremberg Christmas Markets and of Verona in Love in celebration of Valentine’s Day.
Less than one minute away
From the charming Piazza di Verona, where the stately Torre dei Lamberti stands, you can admire the ancient external frescoes decorating the upper façades of the Mazzanti Houses, gaze upon the Palazzo Maffei in late-Renaissance style, or sit and enjoy the view of the square from one of the many cafés therein.
A 2-minute walk away
Located a few metres from Piazza delle Erbe, Juliet’s House (Casa di Giulietta) is an ancient palace constructed in the late-1200s. Here, you can find traces of the celebrated love story of Romeo and Juliet upon visiting the courtyard and the Palace that once belonged to the Capulet family.
Reachable in 5 minutes
Of immense artistic and cultural value, the ancient Roman amphitheatre is the symbol and pulsing heart of Verona. For many years, it has been home to the Festival Lirico, of concerts by internationally-renowned artists and cultural events offered continuously throughout the year.