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What We Love

  • A beautiful 16th-century villa retreat on the outskirts of the romantic city of VeronaThe delicious classic Italian cuisine of Vignal Restaurant
  • Taking a stroll around the lake
  • The many period and antique features of this stunning 16th-century villa

What To Know

  • Along with two pools, the hotel's onsite wellness center includes a sauna, Turkish bath, and jacuzzi
  • Free WiFi and parking are provided
  • Airport shuttle service is available upon request
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Overview

A beautiful 16th-century Villa on the outskirts of Verona, with traditional Italian dining - includes breakfast and more

The Lowdown

Old-fashioned glamour finds its home at this grandiose and historic residence just four miles southwest of Verona. Built in 1500 for Marquis Malaspina and his subsequent heirs, it’s everything you’d want from an Italian villa retreat: exquisite setting, grandiose interiors and plenty of carefully preserved original features.
The look in each of the 67 unique guest rooms is one of fabulousness and functionality; think statement-making wood beamed ceilings, gleaming parquet flooring, and period décor galore. Comfortable beds paired with dark wood or wrought-iron headboards, mosaic-clad bathrooms, flatscreen TV’s, and sweeping estate views top things off quite nicely.
Elsewhere, the modern spa area, mini gym, and heated indoor pool with retractable roof make this country sleep one of Castel d’Azzano’s fanciest. Equally worthy of your attention is the inviting bar for anytime drinks, the charming tearoom for reading and board games, and the award-winning signature restaurant for delicious gourmet Italian cuisine paired with fine wines.

How to Get There

Villa Malaspina
Via Cavour, 6
Cavour, 37060 Italy

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 549 Reviews
Tourism, visiting
Reviewed 1 month ago

We found Hotel Villa Malaspina as a Hotel with good localisation in peacefull surrounding. Kind and professional staff. Rooms comfortable. Breakfasts tasty. We recommend this Hotel without hesitation.

Globus tour
Reviewed 2 months ago

2 night stay.gorgeous room, clean. Friendly staff! Restaurant makes a risotto to die for! The entire ambience was awesome for rest and relaxation. Enjoyed the pool and sauna as well....patios surrounding , private without being to far away from gelato , night life... thank you. We would stay here again!

Very nice hotel
Reviewed 2 months ago

Enjoyed staying in hotel. Room was nice and the restaurant was good. Breakfast was delicious too. There was delicious juice in lobby in late afternoon too. Staff was friendly too. Would recommend this hotel.

Birthday present
Reviewed 2 months ago

We wanted hotel not in centre of Verona wanted a bit of originality for bars. Hotel was very friendly and helpful, very clean, bed a bit hard but room was nice. Local bus service was good only about 3 euro to get to Verona just don't try use on Sunday they don't run, so unless you use taxi which aren't cheap you are stuck for travel, if you hire car the hotel does have parking. Nice pizza shop round the corner a kilo of choice of pizza for 12 and half euros and you get a lot mmm. Down the main stretch of road where you catch bus to Verona there is kebab shop and carry on down on right there is a nice bar reasonable prices.
Would recommend hotel it's not perfect but what hotel is. Would go back.

Villa Malaspina
Reviewed 2 months ago

A very nice hotel. Always like to return. Comfortable, clean and friendly.
The only criticism is the Restaurant. I think that at these prices the chef should be able to do better. The attempt at originality comes at the cost of taste and wholesomeness. The Italian cuisine is so good, you'd better be sure to suceed if you want to improvise.