We just got back from 3 nights in Verona staying here. It was a great budget option, especially in the middle of the opera season and given we booked fairly late. It's a nice apartment with 3 rooms and 2 bathrooms, a kitchen and a pleasant if sparsely furnished separate lounge. The best and largest room is the twin which has a small balcony and large window & would be fine as a triple.
It's run by a friendly, if rather laid back couple, who live nearby & only seem to come in once a day or when meeting new arrivals so you may not see much of them. Don't expect hotel standards; the beds won't be made for you and although the breakfast was fine there's no toaster and it's UHT milk in the fridge. But there is an expresso machine and plenty to eat including biscuits in the tin. Fresh milk can be bought at the shop around the corner. If you want to cook in the kitchen that might be a challenge as I saw no sign of pots and pans or how to get the oven going but the microwave works fine.
The apartment is an picturesque 8-10 minutes walk to Piazza Bra or Piazza Erbe - much closer than it looks on the maps. It cost Euro24 from the airport but you can also get a bus to the main train station and then swap to the local bus service - ask for the local bus numbers when booking.
Clean, cool and quite spacious we liked it as a nice alternative to cramped and expensive hotels and the walk, our only intial reservation, was really not a problem. Highly recommended.
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