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Hotel Florence is situated in the perfect location on Bellagio with a restaurant overlooking the lake and the views of the lake was simply stunning. The bed was cosy and the room had a very authentic vintage Italian feel to it. Breakfast was value for...More
For anyone looking to stay in the town of Bellagio, you cannot do better than this!
A beautiful old hotel that has been gorgeously decorated with fabulous fabrics and with wonderful modern, adventurous touches. The hotel has lovely views and, even though it is in...More
I recently enjoyed 4 nights with my husband at this perfectly located hotel in Bellagio. The breakfast included was substantial with fresh pots of tea and coffee available. No machines. Our room was delightfully decorated and with a view from the window across the lake...More
Booked a suite, view of the lake, fantastic.
Just back from 10 days walking the Via Alta 1 in the Dolomites so filthy and exhausted
Comfortable, homely, great staff, great breakfasts and very reasonable cost
We sat next to the lake and enjoyed superb food beautifully presented. The best place we have eaten in Bellagio. We had scallops to start and then lobster and prawns to follow. The amount of lobster was generous and we didn't have to fight the...More
Response from WallysMissus | Reviewed this property |
Both are quite different. Bellagio is about an hour on a very windy road (although you might be better off to catch the ferry). Cernobbio (we have stayed there too) is probably better described as part of greater Como... More
Both are quite different. Bellagio is about an hour on a very windy road (although you might be better off to catch the ferry). Cernobbio (we have stayed there too) is probably better described as part of greater Como. When we stayed there we caught the ferry to Como and walked back to our hotel there (Regina St Olga). Bellagio has a certain charm that Cernobbio doesn't have. I've probably confused you - sorry. Stay at both!!!