If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Limone sul Garda, look no further than Hotel Cristina.
While staying at Hotel Cristina, visitors can check out Ciclopista del Garda (2.0 mi), which is a popular Limone sul Garda attraction.
Free internet access is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Cristina offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a refrigerator.
Guests of Hotel Cristina Limone are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While in Limone sul Garda be sure to experience local oyster favourites at Osteria Da Livio or La Cantina del Baffo.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Chiesa di San Benedetto (0.4 mi), Chiesa San Rocco (0.8 mi), and Parco Villa Boghi (0.3 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
The staff at Hotel Cristina looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Best view and great service in Limone, we love the beautiful hotel, the very good food and the nice stuff. Comfortable room with beautiful view to the lake is always a highlight. Looking forward to coming back soon.
Lovely hotel, serving great food, half board accommodation, lovely rooms with balcony overlooking the swimming, views over the lake, great evening entertainment sat around the pool, very friendly staff.
We arrived very late at the hotel. Reception staff was very friendly. As we missed dinner sandwiches fruit, biscuits were in the room for us. We had a deluxe room with a partial sea view. But, we had a full uninterrupted view which was beautiful and was a lovely bonus. The room itself was partially updated and room was very clean. Maid service every day. The food was generally really good, with different choices each evening. The pools areas were not at all busy when we were there. The hotel had marvellous views as it was situated high on the hill. Shuttle bus was every half hour from around 8.30 am to 6pm, charging €1 each way per person. The hike up to the hotel from the centre of town is very steep at places and beware of taxi charges, as we were charged €10 euros from the harbour area to the hotel. We did walk up several times, but it was hard work in the heat. Limone is a gorgeous little place..full of cafes and shops. Our transfers were very long though. Two and a half hours getting there and a mammoth 3 hours back to the airport. Next time we will take private transfers if we ever return. We travelled mid September and were very lucky with the weather, although there were warnings of thunderstorms, we had none.…
Theres no denying that this hotel has fantastic views, but in Limone 90% of the hotels will have a fantastic view of the lake. It's very high up so you do need to consider if you are disabled or struggle with steps and walking distance. The hotel have a €1 shuttle service that runs every 30 minutes but we saw it full more than once and passengers had to wait for the next one. It serves 3 different hotels and only has 20 or so seats. The snack bar wasnt open when we stayed (25th Sept) so you're really forced into paying the €15 each buffet meal in the evening if you're hungry unless you go into town of course. If we came to Limone again we would definitely choose a hotel nearer to the centre. Even as able bodied 30-somethings we found the location a bit inconvenient and as I say, theres not really anywhere else to eat or drink nearby so you have to consider that. …
Stayed at this hotel for 7 nights. We had a Panorama room which had great views of the lake as we were on the 5th floor. We were on half board basis. Breakfast was buffet style with a good selection of cereals, meat & cheese, toast and hot items such as eggs, beans and tomatoes and hot drinks and juice. For evening there were soup starters, various main dishes, salad bar and various sweets such as cakes, fruit salad and icecream. Also included was a choice of red/white wine and soft drinks. If you are a vegetarian or vegan there was still a choice for you. There was also a snack time between 4pm and 5pm where you could get a hot drink, cake and biscuits if required. The walk into town was downhill and quite straightforward once you knew the way. Coming back was an gradual incline until the last part which was either steps up or a quite steep slope up to the hotel. A minibus is available during the day for €1 euro per person each way if required. The hotel has two pools you can use and we did not struggle to get a sunbed. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this hotel.…