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Grand Hotel Tremezzo is a family-owned hotel in the centre of the western shore of Lake Como, opposite Bellagio.

Built in the early 20th century, the Grand Hotel Tremezzo is one of the most renowned hotels of the Italian Lakes region. The main building houses rooms and suites, many of which have fantastic views over the lake, and there are some family rooms in an adjacent 18th-century villa. All rooms are decorated with vintage furniture, paintings and prints.

Facilities at the Grand Hotel Tremezzo include three outdoor swimming pools: one on the terrace, one in the park, and another floating pool on the lake. There is also an astroturf tennis court, a gym, water-skiing instruction and a spa with an indoor pool, two saunas and a range of massages and treatments on offer. An excellent golf course is just three miles away, and horse riding is available locally. Boat trips are available from the hotel's jetty, and there are bicycles for hire.

Dining options at the Grand Hotel Tremezzo range from a poolside snack bar to a pizzeria in the garden, an informal wine bar and grill, and an à la carte restaurant.

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The hotel is situated in a large private park, adjoining the botanical gardens of the famous Villa Carlotta.

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Itineraries that feature Grand Hotel Tremezzo

Best for: Couples
Fly Drive Italy
From lakes to mountains and a grand finale at the city on water, this nine day holiday is a mesh of beautiful scenery and relaxing activities,...
9 Days
From £1,700pp

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