Luxury Resorts Lake Como
Luxury resorts on Lake Como: Lake Como for years has ranked among the top summer destinations for luxurious travelers, thanks to the country’s historical heritage, sublime cuisine, and breathtaking views. Lake Como is shaped like an upside-down letter Y, its shores are scattered with villages including Bellagio, Moltrasio, Menaggio, Cernobbio, Blevio.
Via Caronti 69, 22020 Blevio, Italy
CastaDiva Resort & Spa is a five-star luxury resort located on the east side of Lake Como, in the lovely village of Blevio, only 5 km from Como and 65 km from Milano Malpensa International Airport.
The Resort consists of seven villas for a total of 73 rooms plus 2 private Villas and it is surrounded by a luxuriant botanic park over an area of approximately 26,000 sqm. A place of excellence and exclusivity, perfect for a romantic weekend or a week of vacation on the lake.
Via Roma 1, 22021 Bellagio, Italia
The Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni is one of the oldest and most elegant hotels in the Lake Como area and the only 5 star de-luxe hotel in Bellagio. From April to November the salons and the large lakeside garden offer guests the chance to enjoy a holiday far from the madding crowd and close to nature immersed in one of the most beautiful panoramas in the world.
Via Regina 8, 22019 Tremezzo, Italia
Grand Hotel Tremezzo is one of the oldest and loveliest luxury hotels on Lake Como, an authentic Art Nouveau palace that offers a warm inviting welcome and the delights of a true 5-star vacation.
Luxury rentals in a 5 star property
Via Domenico Bernasconi 3, 22010 Laglio, Lake Como Italy
Luxury rentals in a 5 star property, suite “Zarina” , at Villa Castiglioni, Lake Como between the world famous resort Villa D’Este and George’s Clooney Villa “Oleandra”.
Fascinating and suggestive Lake Como is famous also for a small quantity of luxurious villas for rent.
Lake Como is entirely surrounded by mountains; its upside-down “Y” shape with three branches is unusual: one towards the north and two which spread towards Como and Lecco. Lake Como is the third largest lake in Italy and the deepest, reaching a depth of 410metres between the towns of Argegno and Nesso.
Como City What to See
Como is the city from wich the lake take its name, with its evocative historic centre, 12th-century city walls and its elegant and charming villas such as Villa Olmo. Villa Olmo was commissioned by Innocenzo Odelaschi and named after an ancient elm tree. The Villa was designed by the architect Simone Cantoni in 1797.
Como was the first Europe’s producer of silk products. Take a visit to the Silk Museum (www.museosetacomo.com) in via Castelnuovo 9. The “Museo della Seta” is housed in the building of the Textile School.
The Como Cathedral (Duomo di Como) is one of Lombardy region’s most known historical building. Begun in 1396 by the Maestro Comacini, the Duomo was finished in 1740.
Take the Funicolare up to Brunate for wonderful views. The Cableway station is in Piazza De Gasperi. Don’t forget Your Camera.