Fancy a palace stay at Lake Como?
on 7 Sep 2017
With over 100 years of history, the iconic Grand Hotel Tremezzo is a family owned, 5-star Art Nouveau landmark located in the heart of Italy’s picturesque Lake Como, with unparalleled views of Bellagio and the stunning Grigne mountains.
Sitting adjacent to Villa Carlotta’s famed gardens, Grand Hotel Tremezzo is an authentic Art Nouveau palace that offers a warm inviting welcome and the delights of a true 5-star property. Enea Gandola and his wife Maria Orsolini returned to Italy after travelling widely around Europe in the early 1900s. They wanted to create a place of class and sophistication on one of the world’s most beautiful and popular lakes. And so, the Grand Hotel Tremezzo was brought to life, opening to much fanfare and celebration on 10 July 1910. The hotel was bought by a new family in the 1930s and today, is owned by a different family who have maintained the meticulous and traditional Italian hospitality for which the hotel is known and loved.
Situated in a unique setting on the shores of Lake Como that combines exclusivity and proximity, it’s surrounded by the most beautiful gardens and villas, and located a short one hour drive from Milan. The plush rooms are elegantly furnished with period furniture from the Hotel’s historic collection. Offering breathtaking views of the lake or surrounding gardens, each sumptuous room or suite comes with a special feature that makes it beautiful and unique.
In Italy, dining is so much more than simply satisfying your appetite. It’s about making the time to sit down and share the experience of delighting your palate with explosions of taste and texture. The Grand Hotel Tremezzo features five restaurants and bars that offer the finest culinary experiences, with Signature delicacies by Italian Maestro Gualtiero Marchesi. From gourmet dining and live cooking to traditional dishes with a modern twist, set against a backdrop of stunning Lake Como – enjoy a gastronomic experience of your dreams.
With three swimming pools, the only private beach on Lake Como and over 20,000 square metres of private grounds, there is plenty of space to relax in solitude in this natural setting. Swedish actress Greta Garbo spent so much time therein the 1930s, escaping for some peace and quiet, that they named a suite after her. To plan your own luxury escape, contact your Phil Hoffmann Travel Consultant for more information.
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