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  • Palazzo Victoria in Verona is a stunning 74-room hotel built as a palace at the beginning of the XIV century. Original stones, artwork and accents can still be found within the walls of the hotel, achieving an ambience of modern luxury that still celebrates the rich art, culture and architectural innovations made in centuries past. The hotel's Marcellus Suite was unveiled just last year.
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  • The Marcellus suite is the most spacious of the hotel at 2,637 square feet. It overlooks Corso di Porta Borsari and the hotel's inner courtyards.
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  • The suite's bathroom.
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  • There are several amenities included with the suite, such as fruits basket and Champagne in the room upon arrival. There's also a complimentary mini bar and complimentary laundry and ironing service.
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  • The suite's decor includes refined furniture and parquet and marble floors. The living room has designer sofas, a plasma TV and an original frescoed ceiling with wooden beams.
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  • There are four bedrooms, one with a fresco. One of the bedrooms can be converted to a living room with cooking area or a meeting room.
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  • As an added fun fact, the suite is the one that Placido Domingo, one of The Three Tenors, always books for his stay.
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  • There are four large Italian marble bathrooms, one with an original frescoed wall.
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  • The second living room or dining room in the Marcellus suite.
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  • The suite costs $3,136 per night.
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