This hotel has a traditional feel which is quite different to some of the 'holiday' hotels in Garda. It is a calm oasis to which you can retreat when the hustle and bustle of the town and the heat is too much. The room is lovely and the bathroom large and well fitted out. I didn't use the indoor pool but it looked lovely. The gym is not so great, especially as the room wasn't air conditioned. But who goes to Garda to use the gym? You can hire bikes across the road which is much more fun.
The hotel was lovely looking, very clean and stylish with a lovely pool/terrace area (though bit too cold for pool in March!). The restaurant was lovely and drinks in the bar very reasonably priced (Prosecco for €3!). The staff were very friendly and helpful and gave us some great recommendations for our travels. The hotel itself was in a great location not only for the front of Garda Town, by the lake, but also as a base to getting to other places around the lake. We cycled down to Bardolino and Lazise, both gorgeous, and drove to Malcesine and Sirmione too. The room was rather small but very well kept and it was the most basic one so can't really complain.
Staff were so attentive from waiting staff to reception and cleaning all had the same could not do enough attitude . One back office staff went out of her way to buy a European adapter for phone charger .
Food fantastic and free bikes to borrow to take in the beauty of the lake and the town of Garda .
Swimming pool and jacuzzi area clean and always well serviced by staff with towels and drinks . I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel for couples and groups alike and wedding parties which we were.
As a family of 4 (with kids aged 12 and 15), this was a great choice as we used 4 days at the hotel (using the pool, tennis, football, volleyball, water polo, table tennis) plus 5 days sight seeing (walk to Bardolino, swim in the lake), day trip to Venice, visit to Gardaland theme park, and Caneva World water park.
Shuttlebuses to town negate the distance from town and mean you can eat in Garda as needed.
We stayed in an appt. so were happy to buy our own food from supermarket near Garda bus Station. Initially thought we needed a car but got on fine without one.
Our appt was basic, clean, with fantastic view of the lake, overlooking olive, lemon and fig trees.
Tennis was 10 euro/ hr plus 12 euro to hire the only 2 rackets they have
Lots of space, great amenities that were readily available
Just be patient and remember you are on holiday
A very enjoyable holiday. The staff were very attentive and friendly and have an obvious love of children as our 6 year old would confirm. We stayed in the most expensive room which was on the first floor with an extended balcony, great for sitting on in the evening and also you could take your buffet breakfast there if you wished. The room had great air conditioning which we needed with the unusually high temperatures in the high thirties! The room has good soundproofing if you wish to go to bed early. The buffet breakfast had a very wide choice catering for all tastes. We ate in the restaurant 3 times during our stay, the food was excellent and higher than expected standard for a 3 star hotel and reasonably priced.
Traveller from Lancashire
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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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