0.32km from Abbazia Di San SalvatoreFirst of all, the location can’t get any better. The hotel is located only meters from the entrance to the historic city and has its own parking lot. So you are within minutes in the city but you don’t have to drive through the crowds in the traffic restricted city which is time consuming and quite annoying. Furthermore, the terrace and deck is directly at the lake so you enjoy your breakfast looking into the rising sun. The pool is thermal water (35degrees) and it is not really for swimming but relaxing. Swimming is supposed to be done in the lake and you can jump directly from your deck chair into the lake. The rooms are clean and of a size which is acceptable. Balconies are tiny. Unfortunately, there is some generator or ventilator for the pool running during the day which is very loud. So we highly recommend rooms in the northern part of the hotel. When we asked for a room change for that reason the staff was very professional and helpful. Within half a day we had a new room which was perfect. With COVID-19 rules applying, the breakfast buffet is rather small and everything has to be handed over by staff which can lead to longer waiting time. What is completely ridiculous for a 5-star hotel is the fact, that you have to pay extra for e.g. a ham and cheese omelette(10 Euros!). The parking lot is full of 100k+ cars and nobody would mind to pay 50 Euros extra for the room but does not see a price list for breakfast items! Can’t really understand the rational for this. Prices at the bar are reasonable and not only once we enjoyed some tasty sundowners. Overall, the staff is friendly and everything is super clean. Disinfection is taking place constantly which made us feel very comfortable. As we have also been staying in Villa Cortine Palace, the second 5-star hotel in the city, we can compare it and would come to the Grand hotel again. Main reasons: better location, direct access to the lake without walking down the hill, rooms more modern.