Cinque Rooms is the first street hotel in Veneto, an unconventional interpretation of the concept of hospitality designed to meet the needs of the modern traveler: to experience the city like a local, without wasting time, in a sexy yet refined environment. The 5 boutique rooms are located inside the recently restored Palazzo Portichetti, in the center of the San Zeno district. One of the most authentic areas of the Scaliger city, located a few steps from the Arena, is, perhaps for this reason, the most happening of the moment.
The 5 luxury rooms, with captivating names: Mr. Blue, Mr. Pink, Mr. Purple, Mr. White and a winking Mr. Gray, are inspired by the street spirit, while offering maximum comfort and privacy.
All guests are welcomed personally at the entrance of the room for the check-in, thus avoiding waiting in reception, and you can then enter directly from the street without keys, just by using the badge or a numeric code. Breakfast is served directly in the room and a discreet concierge service is available 24/7 on call. For a sexy touch, special acoustically insulated windows allow you to see from the internal to external and not vice versa.
The extravagant interior design includes English floral fabrics, Swedish wallpapers, designer furnishings, and comfortable king size beds. Cinque Rooms is created to offer guests an unforgettable experience in the city of Verona with an unmistakable style made up of refined details and a pleasantly informal atmosphere.
The hotel is located a few meters from Casa Perbellini, in Piazza San Zeno, the realm of the multi-starred chef Giancarlo Perbellini, a real institution where you can admire the work of the famous brigade sitting in front of a spectacular open kitchen.
The name of the rooms is inspired by Quentin Tarantino‘s film Reservoir Dogs in which the six gangsters follow the rule of never talking about themselves except by using the name of a color to call themselves: Mr. White, Mr. Blonde, Mr. Pink, Mr. Brown, Mr. Blue, and Mr. Orange. The Mr. Gray room, on the other hand, refers to the masterpiece of English literature of the late nineteenth century, namely The Portrait of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde.