This stylish and comfortable hotel is situated close to the lakeshore with many cafes and restaurants nearby. It is a very short walk to the bus station and to the main shopping streets and an easy stroll to the lake ferry pier. A great location for a relaxing break. Highly recommended.
"Lovely hotel close to all amenities in Garda town"
This is a family run hotel with super staff. Breakfast was continental with the option for omelettes cooked to order; lots to choose from. The bar and pool area was lovely and there were always sun beds available if you wanted now! We had a standard room which was clean and comfortable but quite small; I would upgrade to a balcony room if I visit again. The air conditioning in the room was old and very noisy however the staff did try to remedy the problem when we informed them.
The hotel is small, quiet and a short drive from Garda. The staff were very helpful and friendly with a special mention for Gianfranco on the bar. There is so much to see and do with picturesque villages just a short drive away. The food was excellent and great facilities on site. Highly recommended for a relaxing break.
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Set on a hillside amid lush gardens and orchards, this modern property affords stunning views of the Gulf of Garda, three …More
Our room was one of the smaller ones, but it was still clean comfortable, air-conditioned and with a small fridge you could stock with your own drinks at no charge.
The best fetaures of the hotel are the setting, location, pool and gardens. The hotel has lovely views over Lake Garda (especially from the terrace where you take breakfast), and it only takes 10 minutes to walk in to the centre of Garda (which is one of the nicest towns around the lake). The gardens are large, well-maintained and with shade given by trees. The pool is a decent size and with only 25 rooms or so the pool was rarely busy during our stay in August. Getting a sunbed was easy - and no charge (unlike some hotels I have been to in Italy).
Breakfast was good and we took an evening meal at the restaurant twice during our stay and the food was fine, but there is also a great choice of restaurants a short stroll away into town.
For a 3 star hotel the hotel royal lacked a decent breakfast all the served was hot milk bread a few cereals and bockfurst. The waiter service for hot drinks was appalling and often we would receive the hot drinks after we had finished eating. The rooms were basic but clean. When in the rooms you can hear everything from the rooms around you including their bathroom visits which was off-putting. The hotel staff however were extremely friendly and welcoming. The hotels vibe is disappointing. The hotel is situated in a fantastic location close to the lake front amenities night life and transport. For that we thoughroughly enjoyed our stay in such a pleasant Italian town.
"Enjoying the beauty of Lago di Garda without the crowds"
We really enjoyed our stay at this hotel. The rooms were basic, but big and clean. The children enjoyed the pool and we enjoyed sitting and eating on the terrace with the view of Lake Garda. We liked the fact that it was not right by the lake with the crowds of turists, since we were there in August. The surrounding area is just spectacular, there is beauty everywhere you look. We also enjoyed the fact that there were a lot of Italians from the area staying in the hotel, so we felt a little less like tourists and got a feel for the lifestyle of the locals. There was a wedding there one of the evenings and that was a special treat for us to see a real Italian wedding.The atmosphere of the hotel was relaxed, the staff pleasant. We would definitely go back.
A lively, pretty lakeside resort, Garda features Renaissance ipalazzo/i and villas and a small medieval fisherman’s quarter, attractively colonised by restaurants and shops. The small headland of Punta di San Vigilio is a romantic secluded ensemble comprising a dock, the 16th-century Villa Guarienti (by Sanmicheli), a garden, church and beach. The latter, Baia delle Sirene, is one of the nicest places on the whole lake for swimming.
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