Historic Luxury Hotel Opens in Florentine Villa

On March 22, Palazzo Victoria, the latest addition to luxury hotel portfolio The Salviatino Collection, will open its doors in Verona.
 
The five-star hotel will be the sister property to Il Salviatino, the 15th century villa in Florence.
 
Located on the Corso Porta Borsari, the hotel's 70 are rooms spread across five categories: Deluxe, Grand Deluxe, Grand Terrace Deluxe, Junior Suites and Suites, as well as the Victoria Suite. Built on medieval and Roman ruins that have been carefully preserved (and which feature throughout the public areas and rooms), the Palazzo Victoria has a nice mix of classic heritage with contemporary technology and bespoke amenities.
 
Cool touches: Some of the rooms and suites have wrap-around iron balconies and in-room antiquities, and all incorporate original Veronese décor and unique characteristics like traditional shutters, original frescoes and textile wallpapers.
 
The hotel also has an internal garden for plenty of natural light and an al-fresco ambience. The Lobby Louge has a Bar and Café, Wine Bar and Champagnerie and relaxation area.
 
And foodies will be happy: Overseen by The Salviatino Collection’s Exec Chef Carmine Caló, the hotel will offer brassiere style dining throughout the day including a menu of traditional homemade Italian cuisine with fresh and seasonal produce. Best of all, al fresco dining is available in the hotel’s courtyard. 

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