We came to see Juliet's balcony and ended up really enjoying the town, but especially the opera.
The hotel is about a 5-10 minute walk from Arena di Verona. Very close and we felt very safe walking back to the hotel after watching "Turandot", which was around midnight. It seemed like places were still open to feed the opera-goers. We were also hungry, but decided to hoof it back to the hotel.
The rooms are clean and breakfast is basic. The restaurant just up the hill through the gates is fantastic. Between my niece and I, we ordered enough food for 6 people. Of course we didn't eat everything, but we tried. Everything was fantastic, even when we had it he leftovers later in the day. Wish I had the name of the restaurant, but I don't. You just have to walk up the street, cross it, turn right and you'll see it. Find it and you won't regret it.
And Juliet's balcony was packed, not like in the movie "Letters to Juliet", but worth finding. You'll also see Juliet's statue and you may or may not decide to do the breast thing. I had my niece do it, but I definitely did not. less