Luxury Accommodation Lake Maggiore Italy

Luxury Accommodation Lake Maggiore Italy: Luxury lake Maggiore Holiday Rentals
It will be love at first sight!

The stars of Lake Maggiore are the Borromean Islands in the Borromean Gulf.
Borromean Islands will show you a spot in which art and nature have found the perfect union. The Isola Bella is very popular for its famous garden rich in lush vegetation. Isola Madre, the biggest island between the “three sisters”, hosts the ancient Palazzo Borromeo. Isola dei Pescatori is another stunning place to visit on the lake. Unfortunately the tiny Island of San Giovanni, the summer residence of the composer Arturo Toscanini, is off limits.

Grand Hotel Des Iles Borromees

Corso Umberto 1°, 28838 Stresa, Italia

luxury-lake-maggiore-grand-hotel-des-illes-2The Grand Hotel des Iles Borromees is located in Stresa, it lies on the shores of lake Maggiore and combines sumptuous elegance and tradition with the charm of the Italian luxury Grand Hotels.
This small piece of paradise is close to Milano and it is easy to reach from the most important airports of northern Italy: Malpensa airport and Linate airport.


Grand Hotel Majestic

Via V.Veneto, 32 28922 Verbania Piemonte – Italy

small-luxury-hotel-lake-maggiore-majestic-1Built in 1870, the Grand Hotel Majestic in Verbania is a stunning example of renewed Belle Époque architecture that welcomes guests into its refined and elegant environment while enjoying an enchanting view of the Borromeo Gulf.


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Lake Maggiore at a Glance

Palazzo Borromeo is a stunning baroque palace wich futures over 10 tiers of terraced gardens. The Family Borromeo owns the fine building. When the family come during summer occupies the 2nd and 3rd floors. Visitors can see the ground and 1st floors.
A separate ticket gains access to the Picture Gallery “dei Quadri” including pieces by several Old Masters: Rubens, Titian, Paolo Veronese, Andrea Mantegna, Van Dyck or José Ribera (Spagnoletto).
Enjoy works of art also shown elsewhere in the building, as well as Flemish tapestries and sculptures by Antonio Canova. Below the ground floor the ancient building hosts a 3000-year-old fossilised boat.