Good news for history buffs in Italy: The Salviatino Collection has named its newest property, Palazzo Victoria. The hotel is located within the Roman walls of Verona and is the sister property to Il Salviatino, a restored 15th century villa in Florence.
Palazzo Victoria is located centrally on Corso Porta Borsari with 71 rooms built on preserved Medieval and Roman ruins that are featured throughout the public areas and rooms.
Those rooms and suites have high ceilings, wrap-around iron balconies, in-room antiquities, and original Veronese décor incorporating traditional shutters, original frescoes and textile wallpapers.
The hotel also has an internal garden complete with columns and courtyard furniture. Bonus: A conference room can seat up to 70 people theatre-style and doubles as a museum of ancient ruins, while the Lobby Louge has a Bar and Café, Wine Bar, Champagnerie and relaxation area.
The Palazzo Victoria is located at Via Adua 8 in Verona. Visit www.palazzovictoria.com for more information.