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Nice hotel generally but our room (#356)was dreadful! There was no direct sunlight at any point in the day and the bathroom was cramped. The toilet had been installed under the hand basin so very difficult to access. We asked if we could change room...More
We stayed two nights as part of a guided tour. Our room was very clean. The bed was quite comfortable. Electric outlets were conveniently located. French doors opened out to a huge patio with lounge chairs. The outdoor space overlooked the pool with mountains in...More
The hotel was selected by our tour company. We arrived a day early and had a Lake front room on the first floor. Our outdoor space seemed larger than our room (although the room had ample space), but it had no privacy. It had a...More
We are on a tour with #insightmemories and I am sitting on my balcony in a gorgeous marble, tile, and rosewood room looking out on Lake Maggiore. Its 72 degrees and perfecto. My only regret is to leave tomorrow. There are water taxis and bicycles...More
A very welcoming 4 star hotel with wonderful views onto Lago Maggiore. We enjoyed the lovely bar area, adjacent swimming pool and great location near to the embarkation point for tours of the lake. The staff are extremely professional, but also very friendly and welcoming...More
Response from JeannieW_21 | Reviewed this property |
Most people wore smart casual - myself and my husband dressed up a bit more on our anniversary. A few of the men wore jeans and T-shirt, most wore trousers and shirt. Ladies dresses or separates. I wouldn't say there was... More
Most people wore smart casual - myself and my husband dressed up a bit more on our anniversary. A few of the men wore jeans and T-shirt, most wore trousers and shirt. Ladies dresses or separates. I wouldn't say there was an official code. No need for men to wear ties - luckily, as my husband hates them.