Just a stone throw away from Romeo and Juliet’s famous balcony and featuring masterpieces of Veronese art, the Torri Hotel Baglioni is found in Palazzo dellAquila, a fourteenth century building next to the church of Saint Anastasia in the centre of Verona. The hotel is world famous for its excellent service and gorgeous furnishings. A treasure trove of elegance and history, this hotel is decorated with 17th and 18 century antiques that help bring out its character.
A riveting tiled lobby, the antique saucers and cups coupled with the medieval murals give this hotel the vibe of staying in a fascinating museum filled with rich artifacts. Many famous names such as King Charles IV of Spain, the Archduke Maximilian of Austria, Wolfgang Mozart, and Giussepe Garibaldi have all visited this hotel. AllAquila, found in the Due Torri serves both international dishes as well local regional specialties.