Due Torri

Location: Venice & the Veneto | Italy

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Due Torri is an elegant luxury hotel in the ancient old town of Verona, in the Veneto region of north Italy. In a building dating from the 1300s, and within easy reach of Verona’s historical attractions, this is an incredible place to stay while you explore the home of Romeo and Juliet.
Perfect forHistory buffs and couples looking to experience Verona in style.
In the know
  • Only rooftop bar/restaurant in Verona
  • Classic luxury hotel dating to the 1300s

Recommended for...

  • Cultural Immersion
  • History & Heritage
  • Setting & Views
  • City Hotel

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

In a building dating to the 1300s and a stone’s throw from the Church of Sant’Anastasia, Casa di Giulietta and the Piazza Bra, Due Torri is steeped in history but proudly lives up to contemporary standards of service and comfort. From the grand, chandelier-lit marble hallways to the polite, attentive staff, everything here lives up to Due Torri’s status as the Grand Dame of Verona’s hotels.

Rooms at Due Torri

Rooms and suites are elegant and traditionally furnished, in a more restrained (though no less luxurious) manner than the lobbies and hallways. The décor features a 19th-century ‘Imperial’ style with authentic period furniture to match, and hand-varnished parquet flooring. Particularly attractive are the bathrooms, hewn from local pink marble.

Food & drink

The main indoor restaurant lies beneath vast medieval vaulted arches on the ground floor, and serves delicious Italian cuisine by candlelight. The Panoramic Terrace & Grill Restaurant, meanwhile, is the only rooftop bar/restaurant in Verona and offers suitably stunning views over the old town – the perfect spot for a high quality meat or fish dinner before enjoying a night at the opera or a leisurely evening’s passeggiata.


If you’re travelling with children, connecting rooms are available as is a multi-lingual babysitting service, so you can leave young kids at the hotel while you explore Verona’s historical attractions. For disabled travellers, wheelchair-friendly rooms are available, and the hotel works alongside an association dedicated to helping visitors who are visually impaired, hard of hearing, and otherwise disabled. The concierge is available 24/7 and will happily arrange tickets for cultural events and attractions.

Activities at Due Torri

For all Verona’s rich history, its most famous residents are two fictional star-crossed lovers whose creator never visited the city. Nonetheless, the ‘Casa di Giuletta’ – a 13th century house which actually belonged to Capellos, not Capulets – is a popular tourist spot, even though its balcony is a 20th century addition. For a more authentic historical experience, head to the beautiful Basilica di Sant’Anastasia, or the sculpted Renaissance gardens Giardino Giusti. For a (slightly) more up-to-date cultural fix, head to the Gallery of Modern Art, which showcases some of the finest Italian artwork from 1840 – 1940.

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Hotel location

Due Torri is located in Verona’s ancient old town and is easily accessible – about twenty minutes’ drive – from Verona Villafranca Airport.

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