Hotels Near Scuola Materna San Giovanni In Desenzano Del Garda

5/5Perfect5 Reviews
0.11km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
I had one of the best times while visiting lake garda. Excellent base to see the lakes. Wonderful hospitality, excellent service and the most attentive host. Would defo recommended the cleanest place I've ever stayed and best nights sleep. Ever thing you need and more. I felt spoilt on my trip. Would definitely come back. Staff and owner were wonderful. I rearly give five stars but this was of the highest standard I could I've any less.
FromUS$143
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.26km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
Lovely olde worldly Hotel with modern twist in authentic Italian building. Bruno was fab made sure we had everything we needed. Most of the staff excepting one male were lovely one male had an unfortunate grumpy manner this put us off booking restaurants to eat in. We had upgraded rooms. Breakfast lovely choose outside or inside great variety to choose from. Very impressed in the whole one small thing we were charged 9 euro at end for two bottles of water we did not ask for but our friends did ask for water and they were not charged perhaps an error. Anyhow Well Done Bruno and team we loved our first visit to Alessi and Desenzano 👌
FromUS$238
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.34km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
Hotel. Its a decent looking hotel in an absolutly perfect location - right in the heart of Desenzano, beside the incredible Porto Vecchio. The reception and bar are clean and staff friendly. The rooms are confusing to get to at first. Let me explain. On my arrival I was taken around the back of reception and squeezed into a lift barely big enough for me, my backpack and by suitcase. The ‘lift’ went up one floor where the receptionist was waiting (she had gone up via the circular staircase opposite the ‘lift’) She then gave me my room key and said go down that corridor (to my left) and up two floors. I followed her instruction and at the end of the coridor was a traditional style staircase, I heaved my suitcase up two flights of stairs to find my room (my floor and the one below was only wide enough for three doors each) My room was to the left, after yet another flight of stairs that I later found out ends in a single door - beyond which (I’m guessing) is the roof as mine is the top floor. Every day I descent two flight of stairs, walk down the corridor, and descend the circular stairs to come out behind reception. It a maze! Between the ‘lift’ and the circular stairs to reception is another set of traditional stairs which, after some exploring, I found led to more floors that like mine contained only a few rooms on each (as though the place has two towers with rooms that are touching yet independant of one another?) but these floors have entrances for the ‘lift’, why don’t we get something? My bag is very heavy!? I will add here that the terrace on first floor gives brilliant panoramic view of the port. Room. My room is what you’d call ‘basic’ really, a desk with two chairs (just plain black plastic things that look and feel like those in a primary school), a decent sized wardrobe (but for the lenth of my stay its 5 hangers sort), and twin beds that make granite a comfortable alternative. The pillows are as flat as they can get and the sheets are thin (but in this heat thin sheets are a positive!) The aircon is very noisy at night, even on its lowest setting, and sounds like rain - I got a better nights sleep by turning it off entirely and sleeping ontop of the sheets. It’s very quiet (besides the air-con) no complaints of hearing the neighbours or noise from outside. The tea & coffee facilities in the room are good, a decent kettle and good coffee. I’m not a tea drinker but there a huge choice - 8 varieties! Catering for all tastes here! Inside the wardrobe the safe looks quite old at first, a simple key box - but that key is to a hefty looking deadbolt (loose that key and it will probably take a competent locksmith a while to open it again!) It is quite small though - I put my travel documents in a standard A4 plastic wallet (that I’ve never had a problem with anywhere else) but here you have to angle it to fit in the box widthways, and even then the box is not big enough lengthwise - after only one day of getting it in and out (rat
FromUS$122
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.35km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
Located right on the shore of Lake Garda, Hotel Mayer & Splendid offers free Wi-Fi in central Desenzano del Garda. The city’s train station is a 15-minute walk away.Rooms are all air conditioned and feature satellite TV and minibar. Some also come with a balcony overlooking Lake Garda.The on-site restaurant specialises in local recipes and classic Italian cuisine. It is open every day for both lunch and dinner.The Mayer & Splendid is 200 metres from a bus stop that links with Sirmione and Peschiera. The pier for boats to other lakeside towns is located opposite.
FromUS$159
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.39km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
Hotel Tripoli provides you with the perfect lakefront location, right in front of Desenzano del Garda’s picturesque harbour, providing great access to ferries. Enjoy beautiful views from your windows.Desenzano del Garda’s pretty historic centre is just a few steps away from your comfortable accommodation at Hotel Tripoli and ice-cream parlours, markets, cafés and restaurants are all close too. Buses and trains leave from nearby as well as ferries, making exploring the area simple.Relax in spacious rooms at Hotel Tripoli. All come with a satellite flat-screen TV and Wi-Fi internet access. Helpful staff are available 24 hours a day for advice and information.A rich continental breakfast buffet is served in the breakfast room from 07:00 until 10:30.
FromUS$131
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.39km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
The location of this hotel is superb, right on the front in the main town. Its only a 5 minute walk to the ferry ticket office, or 5 minutes to the main street. The breakwater is right outside the entrance, across the road. The town market is right outside the hotel on a Tuesday. It's very large, and well worth a look. We had a side lake view room without a balcony, and right outside our room was the small harbour. The windows were excellent at blocking noise from the outside, but this did highlight some noise from other rooms around us. The room was quite big, the bed very comfortable, and the decoration quite stylish. Certainly not a run of the mill 3 star hotel room. The bathroom could do with some updating, but was very clean and had a double sink, which is always appreciated. No bath though. The breakfast had a lot of choice, and the ladies who served it were always friendly. There were scrambled eggs, streaky bacon and frankfurter style sausages. The cold selection included fresh cut fruit (no tinned fruit here), plain yoghurt, bread for toasting, croissants, tomatoes and mozzarella, cold meats and cheese, the list goes on. Aurora on the front desk was extremely helpful, and had excellent English. She is a credit to the hotel. We will definitely return.
FromUS$237
4.7/5Outstanding11 Reviews
0.39km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
In the centre of Desenzano, Park Hotel features a rooftop pool with hot tub and a sun terrace. Set on the Garda Lake promenade, it features antique furnishings and rooms with an LCD TV.Air-conditioned rooms at Hotel Park come with elegant wooden furniture and satellite channels. Some include balconies with beautiful views of the lake, just a few metres away.Breakfast is provided daily, served on the veranda in fine weather. The surroundings offer many restaurants and cafés.Picturesque Sirmione, famous for its hot springs, is 9 km away. Peschiera del Garda and the Gardaland theme park are reachable by car in 20 minutes.
FromUS$222
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.42km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
Offering an outdoor swimming pool and free bike rental, B&B Desenzano is located in Desenzano del Garda, 700 metres from the shore of Lake Garda. The rooms offer free Wi-Fi and air conditioning.With a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, all rooms are equipped with a a dining area and a private bathroom with shower. You can enjoy pool views from most rooms.Breakfast consists of an Italian buffet featuring sweet and savoury products.Guests can enjoy the swimming pool, or relax in the furnished garden.B&B Desenzano is located a 5-minute walk from central Desenzano Del Garda. The A4 Autostrada Serenissima motorway is 3 km away, and Verona Villafranca Airport is a 30-minute drive.
FromUS$130
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.42km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
During our visit to Italy travelling by train we booked our accommodation at Hotel City located in Desenzano. The hotel was a fairly easy downhill walk from the railway station taking approximately 20 minutes with our luggage. We were checked in efficiently by friendly staff at the reception giving us helpful advice on the area which we had never visited before. The area of the lake where the boat trips depart and the main area where the bars and restaurants were located roughly a 5-minute walk from the hotel. The room was comfortable and had a good night’s sleep with in a comfortable bed. The continental breakfast was served in the breakfast room with a lady keeping the food items well stocked and was there to help with finding items etc. We had a good Wi-Fi connection in our room.
FromUS$128
0/50 Reviews
0.46km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
With a stay at Viola Relais in Desenzano del Garda, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Scaliger Castle and Montecroce Farm and Oil-Mill. This bed & breakfast is 6.9 mi (11.1 km) from Grotto of Catullus and 10.7 mi (17.2 km) from Castello Bonoris.Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM.Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, dry cleaning/laundry services, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 5 guestrooms featuring minibars and espresso makers. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while 43-inch LED televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment. Bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers, complimentary toiletries, and bidets. Conveniences include safes and electric kettles, and housekeeping is provided daily.
FromUS$202
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.48km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
We stayed in one of the apartments associated with the Hotel Bonotto. It was perfect for our extended stay in Lake Garda. It was in a quiet neighborhood but still close to the lake. The hosts went above and beyond to make our stay prefect and even upgraded our apartment. The apartment itself is in a safe neighborhood with great parking. It was extremely clean and well stocked. The roof-top terrace had great views and was great for watching sunsets. We would definitely stay again.
FromUS$159
4.7/5Outstanding12 Reviews
0.49km from Scuola Materna San Giovanni
Hotel semplice e silenzioso, abbastanza vicino al centro e al lago. Per chi ama la tranquillità.
FromUS$76

Hotels Near Scuola Materna San Giovanni In Desenzano Del Garda Review

4.3/510 Reviews
We stayed for five nights at the end of our Italian tour, and opted for the room with a terrace overlooking the lake (room 15). The room was spacious, with safe, fridge (but no kettle) and a large immaculate bathroom. The shower is over the bath and the lip of the shower door makes it quite a high step over into the bath - a small step would be useful, especially for those with mobility issues. The door from the bedroom leads on to a large terrace with artificial grass, table and chairs and two loungers, and an unrivalled view over the lake. The only downside to the terrace, al least in September, is that it only catches the early morning sun for an hour and is then in shade for the remainder of the day. Although the cleaning of the room was good, with fresh towels each day, the outside furniture was full of cobwebs and flies. There is a notice advising to keep the door shut because of mosquitoes, but there is no other form of ventilation, and there is no handle on the outside of the door to pull it shut behind you (and it sticks). The breakfast room is also situated overlooking the lake, nice and bright with a good selection of different dishes, although the “hot dishes” were often only lukewarm. The restaurant is actually situated outside on the terrace, and serves as a bar/cafe during the day and a restaurant in the evening. We were so impressed with the food and service on our first night that we returned for another meal on our last night, again with tables overlooking the lake. During the late afternoons we spent time on the loungers around the pool, which had the sun on until about 6pm. I did have a quick swim in the pool, but after advice from another guest did all my other swimming in the lake, which was much warmer than the pool! The location of the hotel could not be better. The lakeside path on the lakeside is a dead end so was reasonably quiet. It is situated far enough away from the centre to be away from the noise, but close enough to stroll into for shops and restaurants, even at night. There are two supermarkets within a few hundred yards to cater for any needs. The staff at the hotel were friendly and helpful, especially the two young ladies on reception - unfortunately we did not get their names. Overall, a great hotel to stay, just needs a few little issues sorting out.
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FromUS$134
4.4/510 Reviews
Lovely olde worldly Hotel with modern twist in authentic Italian building. Bruno was fab made sure we had everything we needed. Most of the staff excepting one male were lovely one male had an unfortunate grumpy manner this put us off booking restaurants to eat in. We had upgraded rooms. Breakfast lovely choose outside or inside great variety to choose from. Very impressed in the whole one small thing we were charged 9 euro at end for two bottles of water we did not ask for but our friends did ask for water and they were not charged perhaps an error. Anyhow Well Done Bruno and team we loved our first visit to Alessi and Desenzano 👌
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FromUS$238
4.5/510 Reviews
Myself and my beautiful lady stayed here for 10 nights 9th to 19th September 2019 after a recommendation from family, please see below my brief summary: Location: 7 minutes walk to the lake side, just a nice distance to be separate from the crowds and only a 10 minute walk to the train station which takes you to Venice, Milan, Verona etc. Reception: All very warm and helpful, especially Salvatore. Room: We stayed in room 209 which overlooked a lovely garden, room was spotlessly clean with everything you would need for a self catering holiday, bathroom was spacious with a good shower, safe available with just a €5 refundable deposit. Breakfast: A good selection for breakfast, including scrambled egg, bacon, croissants breads, cheese, cold cuts, fruits, yogurts etc etc (more than enough to see you through to early afternoon). Pool: Medium sized pool, however again so clean with plenty of comfortable sunbeds, towels available with a €5 refundable deposit. Bikes: Free to use with just a €20 refundable deposit per bike (highly recommended using these, great way to see a bit more of the surrounding area). Local Area: Plenty of restaurants and bars around the lake area (don't be afraid to go into the ones down the alleyways, better priced and food just as good if not better). Supermarket just 4 minutes walk away. Huge market along the main streets every Tuesday. Overall: We would definitely highly recommend this accommodation, good location, great staff, very clean, look forward to returning someday.
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FromUS$123
4.2/510 Reviews
We are still on our holiday as I submit this(13 Nights)but I have to say that the level of hospitality and service would only be matched by a 5* Hotel. Lina is in charge and she’s the best, so in short I would recommend this hotel for service, location & hospitality. Tony 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 As a footnote what makes a holiday is the level of service from the staff, and this can’t be disputed by any guests, as it is spot on, so I would like to thank all concerned 😉👍
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FromUS$115
4.1/510 Reviews
Lovely hotel.Great location for train station with a 15 minute walk from station. Friendly and helpful staff. Lovely room.Very clean and modern. Lovely pool area which is very relaxing. Nice breakfast.Ten minute walk to the center of town and lake front. Will definitely return to this hotel
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FromUS$98
4.5/510 Reviews
Hotel. Its a decent looking hotel in an absolutly perfect location - right in the heart of Desenzano, beside the incredible Porto Vecchio. The reception and bar are clean and staff friendly. The rooms are confusing to get to at first. Let me explain. On my arrival I was taken around the back of reception and squeezed into a lift barely big enough for me, my backpack and by suitcase. The ‘lift’ went up one floor where the receptionist was waiting (she had gone up via the circular staircase opposite the ‘lift’) She then gave me my room key and said go down that corridor (to my left) and up two floors. I followed her instruction and at the end of the coridor was a traditional style staircase, I heaved my suitcase up two flights of stairs to find my room (my floor and the one below was only wide enough for three doors each) My room was to the left, after yet another flight of stairs that I later found out ends in a single door - beyond which (I’m guessing) is the roof as mine is the top floor. Every day I descent two flight of stairs, walk down the corridor, and descend the circular stairs to come out behind reception. It a maze! Between the ‘lift’ and the circular stairs to reception is another set of traditional stairs which, after some exploring, I found led to more floors that like mine contained only a few rooms on each (as though the place has two towers with rooms that are touching yet independant of one another?) but these floors have entrances for the ‘lift’, why don’t we get something? My bag is very heavy!? I will add here that the terrace on first floor gives brilliant panoramic view of the port. Room. My room is what you’d call ‘basic’ really, a desk with two chairs (just plain black plastic things that look and feel like those in a primary school), a decent sized wardrobe (but for the lenth of my stay its 5 hangers sort), and twin beds that make granite a comfortable alternative. The pillows are as flat as they can get and the sheets are thin (but in this heat thin sheets are a positive!) The aircon is very noisy at night, even on its lowest setting, and sounds like rain - I got a better nights sleep by turning it off entirely and sleeping ontop of the sheets. It’s very quiet (besides the air-con) no complaints of hearing the neighbours or noise from outside. The tea & coffee facilities in the room are good, a decent kettle and good coffee. I’m not a tea drinker but there a huge choice - 8 varieties! Catering for all tastes here! Inside the wardrobe the safe looks quite old at first, a simple key box - but that key is to a hefty looking deadbolt (loose that key and it will probably take a competent locksmith a while to open it again!) It is quite small though - I put my travel documents in a standard A4 plastic wallet (that I’ve never had a problem with anywhere else) but here you have to angle it to fit in the box widthways, and even then the box is not big enough lengthwise - after only one day of getting it in and out (rat
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FromUS$122
4.4/510 Reviews
During our visit to Italy travelling by train we booked our accommodation at Hotel City located in Desenzano. The hotel was a fairly easy downhill walk from the railway station taking approximately 20 minutes with our luggage. We were checked in efficiently by friendly staff at the reception giving us helpful advice on the area which we had never visited before. The area of the lake where the boat trips depart and the main area where the bars and restaurants were located roughly a 5-minute walk from the hotel. The room was comfortable and had a good night’s sleep with in a comfortable bed. The continental breakfast was served in the breakfast room with a lady keeping the food items well stocked and was there to help with finding items etc. We had a good Wi-Fi connection in our room.
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FromUS$128
4.5/510 Reviews
Excellent week long stay in this wonderful hotel. Safe, underground parking onsite for those usng a car. Location is easily accessible if you are driving, taking a train or a bus to Desenzano- a ten minute walk (down hill) from the train station and a very short 5 minute walk into the centre of the town or to the ferry. Large rooms with a beautiful modern en-suite and balcony (ours overlooked the pool towards the back of the hotel). Comfortable bed and pillows. There is a safe in the room and plenty of storage. No tea making facilities, but I didn't request a kettle - may be available if needed? Free WiFi in the room. The cleaning staff deserve a special mention - i've never stayed in a hotel where the cleaning staff did such a good job! I hope the Management recognise these wonderful ladies. Breakfast was plentiful, both continental and hot buffet available, with lots of cerals, yogurts, juices, meats, cheeses, breads etc. Would absolutely recommend this hotel as a base for touring around lake garda - wonderful.
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FromUS$177
4.2/510 Reviews
If you don't HAVE to stay in very busy Desenzano itself, Then this hotel is an ideal base. It's about 2 Km outside Desenzano on the main road in, so easy reach by bus, car or even walking. It's in a quiet area obviously recently renovated very tastefully and full of little bars, shops and restaurants if you want to eat out. Across the road is a small steep path leading to a pebble beach with a wonderful view of Lake Garda (don't miss the sunsets!). The beach has a very nice restaurant and bar with a lot of outside tables. There is also a pedestrian walkway along the lake for the more energetic. There is free, if rather busy, public car parking immediately across the road. This can be full, but patiently doing a few "laps" will usually find someone moving. Alternatively, down the main road towards Desenzano is a larger car park about a 10 minute walk away. The hotel is immaculately clean and everything just gleams. Rooms are lovely and there is a roof terrace with Jacuzzi and views over the lake. Breakfast is first class and can be taken outside if you wish. Clearly family run, the management just can't do enough for you and English is spoken perfectly. If you are doing anything connected with Lake garda and surrounding areas, we cannot speak too highly of this hotel. Thoroughly recommended and you won't be disappointed.
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FromUS$172
4.5/510 Reviews
The location of this hotel is superb, right on the front in the main town. Its only a 5 minute walk to the ferry ticket office, or 5 minutes to the main street. The breakwater is right outside the entrance, across the road. The town market is right outside the hotel on a Tuesday. It's very large, and well worth a look. We had a side lake view room without a balcony, and right outside our room was the small harbour. The windows were excellent at blocking noise from the outside, but this did highlight some noise from other rooms around us. The room was quite big, the bed very comfortable, and the decoration quite stylish. Certainly not a run of the mill 3 star hotel room. The bathroom could do with some updating, but was very clean and had a double sink, which is always appreciated. No bath though. The breakfast had a lot of choice, and the ladies who served it were always friendly. There were scrambled eggs, streaky bacon and frankfurter style sausages. The cold selection included fresh cut fruit (no tinned fruit here), plain yoghurt, bread for toasting, croissants, tomatoes and mozzarella, cold meats and cheese, the list goes on. Aurora on the front desk was extremely helpful, and had excellent English. She is a credit to the hotel. We will definitely return.
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FromUS$237
5/55 Reviews
We have just returned from spending a week in Italy, the last 3 days in Desenzano. We stayed at Relais it Giardino Segreto. It is classed as a b&b, but is really a small boutique hotel. From the time we arrived, greeted by Maddalena, to the time we left, we enjoyed the amenities on offer. Our room was large, with a small balcony, which we took advantage of. It overlooks the garden and although there is a quite busy road beside it, the sound of the water feature in the garden is most relaxing. The room was spotless, with accompanying bathroom with underfloor heating. Breakfast is served in a little sunroom and has all the usual offerings, coffee, pastries, meats, cheeses and cakes. There is also cereal and yoghurt, in short, everything you need and plenty of it. It was my birthday when we were there and I was surprised with a little cake and candle at breakfast, which was a lovely touch. The real star of the show is Maddalena, she runs everything, recommended restaurants for us (and made reservations for us), was immensely helpful with directions and even dropped us to the train station when we were leaving. The train station is not too far, but up a steep hill, and we really appreciated her kindness. All in all, there is no need to look anywhere else in Desenzano if you want a comfortable, relaxing stay. Brigid
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FromUS$129
4/510 Reviews
Our experience was not as pleasant, when we arrived at the hotel we were immediately told that there was no room for us and that we were to be moved to another hotel in the chain for the first evening or the remainder of our stay if we so chose. The other hotel was great except that it was in the middle of nowhere and as we had picked Villa Maria for its location the replacement one was unsuitable so we returned to Maria The same receptionist dealt with our check in and eventually we were given NOT the room in the hotel that we had booked through Voyage Privé but a very basic chalet bungalow in the hotel grounds,a very far cry from the standard of accommodation as advertised and paid for. There was no redress from the hotel nor any apology forthcoming they simply blamed it on their central booking office. The hotel has continually ignored our grievances falsely claiming that we got what we paid for Should this happen to you I would suggest that you complain more vigorously than we did at the time
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FromUS$198
4.1/510 Reviews
I have just returned from a 5 night stay. The hotel is in an excellent position, lovely views and only a short walk along the lakeside to the town centre. We paid a very small extra charge for a room with a balcony, room 106 and it was worth every euro. The continental breakfast was served in a very relaxed environment and we were able to enjoy our breakfast outside. The breakfast was plentiful. The hotel could perhaps be due for some TLC, but as we were out and about everyday. Also the hotel is fairly cheap and is great value and the staff are very helpful. Desenzano is a lovely place to stay with lots of restaurants, bars, boat hire and access to train buses and ferries. We landed at Verona and took the airport shuttle 199 bus to Verona train station. From here we took the train to Peschiera, it is quicker than the bus, but watch out if travelling on a Sunday as there is a limited timetable. When we came home we got the bus back to the train station a 1 hour 20 minute journey, then took the airport shuttle again. On Monday, we took the ferry to Sirmione, which is well worth a visit. Lots of places to eat and lovely little streets to walk round. Tuesday we went by ferry to Garda, another beautiful place and walked to Bardolino, about 55 minutes walk, but many seats on the way, for a rest or to just take in the views. Then another 45 minute walk to Lazise and then the ferry back to Desenzano. Again many eating and drinking places. Wednesday we took the bus to Peschiera and had a lovely day in ‘mini Venice’ including a trip on the canals. Thursday we went by bus to Salo, the bus was a lot quicker and cheaper than the boat. Salo is a very beautiful and pretty place and there is a lovely lakeside walk. Friday, unfortunately our 5 days were up and we went home. The scenery, food (especially the ice creams) and hotel staff all added to make a fantastic holiday. We walked 150,000 steps in five days! The photo is the view from our balcony
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FromUS$152
4.1/510 Reviews
This hotel is a little gem on Lake Garda. It’s a small hotel, (literally across the road from the lake, where you can swim from a pebble beach), in a quiet area, far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist traps, but within walking distance of everything you might want. The rooms were clean, (a little old-fashioned) with a comfortable bed and good sized balcony. There is a covered swimming pool (unheated, so bit cold!) and a roof top hot tub jacuzzi alongside sun loungers and a shower to cool off. (And those views of the lake.) Desenzano is about a 25 minute walk away, and from there you can get boat trips across the lake or from the train station go to Verona, Milan, Brescia etc. There is also a bus service into Desenzano, Sirmione and Verona, with the bus stop just a few yards from the hotel. Very local to the hotel in Rivoltella, are many bars and restaurants, (we never had a bad meal) as well as a Sunday market. The breakfast had a good choice of fruit, cereals, croissants, waffles, cold meats, cooked eggs, bacon, sausage, bread and bread rolls with fruit juice choices and coffee machine. (Tea bags available too). You can opt to stay half board, but even just B&B, you can still eat in the restaurant between 7-9pm. The food and service is excellent, and very reasonably priced. (The beef strips with rocket salad was incredible!) Which brings me on to the staff. So friendly & helpful and they all speak some English, but absolutely go out of their way to ensure you are looked after. My husband was taken ill and had to be ambulanced into the local hospital in Desenzano, where he was admitted for four days. We subsequently missed our flight home, but the staff rallied round and really looked after me. I was told I could stay on in the same room for as long as necessary and each night when I returned from the hospital, they were attentive at dinner and checking if I needed anything. Even the cleaners were sympathetic! Marika & Claudia on reception went above and beyond helping with printing forms as demanded by travel insurance and even the the young man (blond hair who I really only saw on our last day) phoned his mum to buy a hot water bottle for my husband to help relieve the pain on the day we eventually flew home. (We did buy a hot water bottle from the pharmacy, which conveniently is a few minutes walk from the hotel. The hotel staff were happy to refil it for us too.) I cannot thank the staff enough. They helped make a really stressful time, so much easier. This hotel is wonderful. Book it, stay here; you won’t regret it.
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FromUS$195
4.4/510 Reviews
We spent our last holidays in the northern Italy being welcomed by very nice staff of Hotel Europa. The hotel is located in the heart of Desenzano del Garda allowing to enjoy the local attractions of the city itself as well as around the Garda lake. At the same time, a few minutes walking distance from the old town makes it a calmer place. The room was clean and functional. Worth to mention is the customer service. We booked our short stay at that hotel in May, however due to worldwide Covid-19 crisis we had to cancel our trip. We contacted the hotel and immediately received long-term valid voucher regardless non-refundable reservation, which we could use for our stay in September. We will definitely book again Hotel Europa once traveling to Desenzano del Garda!
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FromUS$108
4.1/510 Reviews
We stayed in one of the apartments associated with the Hotel Bonotto. It was perfect for our extended stay in Lake Garda. It was in a quiet neighborhood but still close to the lake. The hosts went above and beyond to make our stay prefect and even upgraded our apartment. The apartment itself is in a safe neighborhood with great parking. It was extremely clean and well stocked. The roof-top terrace had great views and was great for watching sunsets. We would definitely stay again.
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FromUS$159
4.3/510 Reviews
Stayed for a week with my family in the beautiful Lombardy at Lake Garda. It was an amazing couple of days, we all loved it. Hotel is appr. 30 mins from Verona Airport. It was a good idea to rent a car, I think. Staff was very kind and helpful everywhere in the hotel. Nice and clean rooms. Breakfast was OK, however we would love to have more kinds of dish made from eggs or sometimes fish. Otherwise it was delicious. Coffee is lovely, of course! We also loved the hotel Spa but we found its opening hours a bit short like from 9 am to 7 pm on Sun-Wed and 9 am to 8 pm on Thu-Sat. Their thermal cosmetics are absolutely fab especially the toning cream. Highly recommended! The area of the Lake is really amazing! Very hot in August. Just a short note that most of restaurants closed at 3 pm and opened again at 7 pm because of Siesta. All over a fantastic experience and we will definitely return.
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FromUS$197
4.2/510 Reviews
We stayed in Hotel Berta for 10 days as our base whilst travelling in Lake Garda. From the beginning the staff were so friendly, kind and helpful! It is a family run place and we got to know each of the family members ( Ingrid, Paula, Ana, Astrid, Nicholas and Alberto) throughout our stay. They worked very hard to give us recommendations, help us with transport and made us feel at home! They are an incredible family and work so hard to make it a nice stay for people! The breakfast had a wide variety of options each day and would change frequently which was good! Our rooms were cleaned every day and was lovely to come back to a beautiful room each day. They had a pool on entrance to the hotel and then two hot tubs on the roof terrace which my nephew loved!!! We used it everyday! There was also a sauna if you wished to use it for a small extra cost. From the roof terrace there were epically beautiful sunsets each night and views of the lake! We had a four person family room and it was kept very clean! We would stay there again without any hesitation. Thank you so much for the most wonderful stay!!! Location - The hotel is in between peschiera and desezano. There is a bus that links you to other areas but after 8pm it stops running so you will have to take taxis if you do not have a car. There were not too many good restaurants immediately nearby which normally isnt a problem, but we had a small child with us so walking 25-30 minutes for dinner was tiring Small suggestion: Rooms- To add a bit of a nice extra touch I would recommend the hotel provides kettles with teas and coffees. In the evenings we would want a nice hot drink and a relax, but would have to go down to the bar to bring up hot water and go to the dining area to get teabags.
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FromUS$221
4.5/510 Reviews
Myself and my wife have just returned from a perfect 3 days at the Piccola Vela. We received a free upgrade to a suite as it was our anniversary and enjoyed a lovely, spacious room facing onto the lake. What a wonderful hotel and staff! Every detail was perfection, the hotel is elegant, spotlessly clean, beautifully furnished in lovely, well manicured grounds. The breakfast was extensive and tasty and run until 11am, so no rush required. Valter and the charming Benjamin on front desk could not have been more helpful, friendly or professional. The hotel is a short walk from the centre of town and has ample free parking. The two hotel pools were obviously too cold to use but the hotel has a lovely jacuzzi on the roof with amazing views across the lake. We enjoyed this every night with a glass of Prosecco! This was off season so it was very quiet, which was just what we wanted. The Christmas markets were in full swing and the town of Desanzano was beautifully illuminated for Christmas. We enjoyed fabulous weather, cold but clear blue skies and sunshine, so took walks around Sirmione nearby (stunning) and a lovely walk from Lazise to Garda via Bordalino along the beautiful lakeside, highly recommended and possibly the highlight of our time there. The Aquaria Spa in Sirmione is NOT to be missed. Verona was a 40 minute drive away and is well worth a visit with a guided tour. The glowing Tripadvisor reviews for the Piccola Vella are well deserved, this was one of the nicest hotels and experiences we have ever enjoyed. It was a few days never to be forgotten, It is not a question of if we return but when. Thank you Piccola.
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FromUS$233
5/55 Reviews
I had one of the best times while visiting lake garda. Excellent base to see the lakes. Wonderful hospitality, excellent service and the most attentive host. Would defo recommended the cleanest place I've ever stayed and best nights sleep. Ever thing you need and more. I felt spoilt on my trip. Would definitely come back. Staff and owner were wonderful. I rearly give five stars but this was of the highest standard I could I've any less.
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FromUS$143
4.7/512 Reviews
Hotel semplice e silenzioso, abbastanza vicino al centro e al lago. Per chi ama la tranquillità.
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FromUS$76
3.7/511 Reviews
We stayed on the first floor at the front of the hotel. There are buildings and trees in front of the hotel so this was a partial lake view. The room had two sofa beds as well as the super-king bed, so it was lovely and spacious. However if you stay on the first floor with children please be aware that the balcony does not have a secure rail and it would be easy for a child to climb and fall. The indoor pool and spa is beautiful and there is a garden with outside pool with plenty of seating and a children's play area, but the rest of the hotel appears tired and dated. In the main entrance hall there are bare wires were a light fitting appears to have been removed. The restaurant staff appeared inexperienced and there was a general lack of customer service. We had advised the hotel in advance that I needed a gluten free diet and they had reassured me twice that this would not be a problem. However, during my 14 day stay they were only able to supply gluten free bread at breakfast 4 times. If you're not gluten free then the buffet style breakfast is generally good. In the restaurant the a la carte menu was the same every day with a good range of dishes although the desserts on this menu were often unavailable. The only gluten free dessert available in the restaurant was fruit salad, but this was only offered twice. The hotel is a 10 min walk from the centre of Desanzano.
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FromUS$121
4.3/5252 Reviews
Milan Stazione Centrale
[Location] Super convenient. The airport train is just a five-minute walk from the Central Station. [Service] Check-in at the front desk will take the initiative to call for procedures. [Room] The theme is red and black. The rooms are not large but they are generally the same in Europe. The shower in the bathroom is particularly flush. The air conditioner is very cool. There are hair dryers. The floor-to-ceiling windows are facing the train station. [Characteristics] Breakfast and dinner are included, I feel very rich, there is a drink for breakfast, there is no waiter at dinner to ask if you need it, foreigners order more, white rice for dinner and some dishes are salty, and fruits, mainly worry about the day The unsafe black out of the house happened to be solved in the hotel. [Note] Dinner must go to the lobby bar on the first floor to pick up the roll, indicating whether it is to be eaten at 7:00 or 8:00, and the actual meal at 7:00 is half past six. [Details] The lobby on the first floor does not need to go down the stairs. There are public spaces in the lobby. There is a sofa lounge and a small bar. In the early morning, there are two sofas on the basement floor to sit and wait. [Overall] High cost performance is recommended.
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FromUS$55
4.5/5101 Reviews
Milan City Centre
A very poor stay experience, the hotel is in a good location, five minutes walk from Milan Cathedral, but the hotel service is really average, especially the two female executives in the restaurant, went to breakfast three days during the stay, never with us Say hello, expressionless. This is not the case for non-Chinese tourists. Instead, the waiters in the restaurant were more enthusiastic and smiling. On the second day of check-in, we also painted the wall and did not notify the guests in advance, so that the children's clothes became dirty when they walked. The most annoying thing is that the hotel ’s scheduled visit to Da Vinci ’s “Last Supper” costs 50 Euros. Five-year-olds are also charged in full (but in Europe, five-year-olds are basically free) Since the fee was notified by phone, there was no written confirmation, but the fare printed on the tickets we received was 15 Euros, so that we did not know this until check-out. The hotel explained that this is a VIP service and this charge is totally unreasonable.
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FromUS$147
4.2/589 Reviews
Milan Stazione Centrale
The elevator in the hotel was really small and could only go in for two people. The front desk service was good. We arranged a large room on the first floor. It was heavy. No haha breakfast is rich, but it ’s been for three days. The hotel location is very good. There are a lot of sculptures in the subway station next to the subway station. It ’s very convenient to take the subway every day. The morning market is very lively and the fruits are cheap. The morning market goes further. There is an ice cream shop on the street corner. At noon, many foreigners buy that ice cream.
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FromUS$38
4.6/552 Reviews
Sempione
Honeymoon + Birthday Trip: • Upgraded to Executive Suite (Pleasant surprise , much appreciated 🙏🏻) • Champagne & Fruit Tart/Cake on compliments (Thankful 🙂) • Was informed by Front Office personnel whom guided us to our room that everything from the minibar were complimentary. However, we were charged for consumption instead upon checking out. (2 different staffs for C/I and C/O) Attitude of staff assisting with our C/O could be improved as he ‘explained’ and gave us the same reply that “No, our minibar are never complimentary.” to our doubts. ** I’m a hotelier too and I believed better response could and should be extended for mentioned situation. ** Nonetheless , my husband and I paid for the additional charges without trying to be difficult as our ride to the airport had arrived too then . It was a modern yet stylish property overall with a little unpleasantness experienced towards the end of our stay .
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FromUS$262
4.4/550 Reviews
Milan Stazione Centrale
Purtroppo non ho pernottato presso questa struttura in quanto la camera a me riservata era inagibile. Mi hanno dirottato in un hotel di fronte e di categoria superiore. Esperienza comunque ottima. L’hotel nel quale ho dormito, l’HD8, è di recente costruzione, molto confortevole e pulito. Camere davvero belle e personale gentilissimo. Personale gentilissimo anche allo Spice. Nel complesso giudizio molto positivo.
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FromUS$47
4.3/5101 Reviews
Overall feels good, the booked 3 people is actually a 1.2-person twin bed for 1.2 people, breakfast is also very good, the free pick-up and drop-off car is a 7-seat business car, the airport is very close to the hotel, we arrived at the next day, I sent the time to the seat Full, the front desk helps to call the car 15 euros, very convenient.
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FromUS$43
4.6/580 Reviews
Milan City Centre
The hotel location is very good, only 7 minutes walk from the cathedral. If you want to get up early to take a picture of the church, do not miss this hotel. Each room has a separate small balcony. This is very good as an Italian chain of five stars. It has reached the international five-star standard. The entrance to the elevator has free sparkling water and mineral water every day. The hotel lobby is very artistic and the breakfast is relatively rich, but the European breakfast is not used to eating. Haha Hotel's capsule coffee machine is also very good. Characteristics of many five-star hotels in Europe are also good
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FromUS$194
4.3/5178 Reviews
Gorla
I have stayed at this hotel in many room types, including standard rooms, executive rooms, standard apartments and superior apartments. If you are preparing to cook your own meals, then choosing an apartment is a good choice. The superior apartments are large in size, the horizontal and living rooms are two separate rooms and are very comfortable. If you are traveling alone, the executive room is also very good. The area is large and the living room is large. There is no sense of cramp. In summer, we will open the outdoor swimming pool, sunbathe, and read books in the sun. I always stay at this hotel every time I come to Milan, the price is moderate, about 8 minutes walk from TURRO subway red line, the traffic is relatively convenient. There is a small supermarket PENNY MARKET opposite, which is convenient and cheap. Especially the best thing is that every room type in this hotel has a large balcony, which is rare in Milan and super convenient.
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FromUS$79