A stylish boutique hotel on the shores of Lake Garda in Northern Italy. The Lido Palace dates back to 1899 and has reinvented itself as a modern, luxurious hotel with an extensive spa, beautiful gardens and gourmet dining.
Stunning position on the lake's edge with a backdrop of mountains
A luxurious, modern hotel with excellent facilities
Extensive spa including indoor and outdoor pool, whirlpool, natural solarium and a range of treatment therapies
Make the most of the great outdoors here, with activities including hiking, cycling, sailing, windsurfing and golf
This stylish hotel offers a luxurious base to explore Lake Garda and the surrounding mountains. With just 42 rooms, you can be assured of attention to detail and exceptional service. The hotel dates back to 1899 and has played host to Italian royalty in the Belle Epoque era. Today the hotel has been totally modernised whilst retaining historical features, and blends the old and new in a unique way. A glass atrium to the front lets in the light and beautiful natural surroundings, leading onto a lawn that looks towards the lake shore.
The rooms are modern in their design, with minimalist decor combining bright whites and bold colors, making the most of the natural light and large windows.
The hotel is surrounded by extensive parkland, with beautiful trees, lawns and walkways to explore. The Centoundici Spa is extensive and boasts a range of treatments and therapies, indoor and outdoor pool, whirlpool and natural solarium.
Choose from two restaurants to dine in; Tremani serves delicious and healthy lunches whilst Il Re Della Busa offers elegant dining with an emphasis on seafood. Menus are designed to make use of the freshest ingredients by Michelin-starred chef Giuseppe Sestito. For a relaxed pre- or post-dinner drink, the Bali bar serves a great selection of cocktails and wines.
Do bear in mind that there is no direct lake access from the hotel. Guests must walk to the lakeside by leaving the property though this takes less than 10 minutes and once there you have access to the lake beach and watersports.
When to visit
For active types Lido Palace claims proximity to the Path of Ponale which runs from Riva del Garda to Ledro Lake. Mountain bikers and walkers alike can take to this old mule trail and enjoy the amazing lake views
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Lido Palace is located on the northern shore of Lake Garda in the charming town of Riva del Garda.
Discover Valpolicella and its wines
Visit Valpolicella, an area to the east of Lake Garda, to explore the beautiful region and sample its delicious wines, renowned throughout Italy. Enjoy a picnic lunch after a tour of a local winery and take in the fantastic views of Verona and the lake.
E-biking around Lake Garda
Taking in the breath-taking landscape as you jump on two wheels for a guided e-bike adventure along one of the many cycling paths around Lake Garda.
Limone sul Garda by private boat
Board a private motorboat and explore northern Lake Garda from the water, taking in the dramatic scenery of the surrounding mountains before stopping at charming Limone sul Garda.
Malcesine and Monte Baldo
Take the cable car from picturesque Malcesine to the top of Monte Baldo to enjoy a guided walk and to admire the spectacular views of Lake Garda and the Dolomites.
Private walking tour of Sirmione
Visit the charming town of Sirmione, located on Lake Garda's southern shore, with your private guide and enjoy exploring one of the lake's most beautiful villages and its ancient Roman villa, Grotte di Catullo.
Private walking tour of Verona
Explore the beautiful town of Verona with your private guide and discover the city's many highlights, from the world-famous Arena di Verona opera house to Juliet's renowned balcony.
Sailing on Lake Garda
Explore dramatic Lake Garda from a 35-foot sailing boat with a private guide. From the water, enjoy incredible views of the picturesque lakeside villages and the mountains beyond.
Via Ferrata in the Dolomites
Via Ferrata literally means 'iron path' and is a thrilling way of climbing the edge of a mountain in relative safety. The Dolomites has a huge variety of via ferrata from easy to challenging, making it the ideal place to climb and see spectacular views.