A 5-star experience in this princely lake villa
Impressive and majestic, this 16th century villa was nothing less than the private residence of Cardinal Tolomeo Gallio, a very important figure for the Italian clergy at the times. It was later transformed into a luxury hotel, around 1873.
Considered to this day as one of best hotels in the world by the most notable travel guides, this marvelous location is constantly renovated in order to provide its guests with comforts of the highest standard.
Given its timeless architectural beauty, topped off only by the natural grace of the landscapes surrounding Lake Como, the venue has been targeted for at least 200 hundred years now as an exclusive location for meetings and summits.
The villa's 152 rooms are all equally beautiful while featuring individually designed furnishings and detailing, such as marble bathrooms, velvets, brocades and silks. In addition to the main building, four elegant private villas are located in the impressive hotel parkland to offer a more private stay.