Bellevue - Bellavista
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Bellevue - Bellavista Lugano
Travel Blogs from Lugano
... didn't actually look at my face not even one little bit ... he still stamped my passport!
Silvana, Emily and Anthony were amazed at how indifferent they were and that they couldn't care less.
We buy train tickets which cost €12 each from the airport to Centrale. We then find the Tim store to set our iPads and phones up which took 1 1/2 hrs! We are so hungry that all visions of a lovely relaxed lunch at Stresa give way to the ...
... reversing heroics the other day (it was 500m then, it must be 750m now)
Each year Alex and Val are somewhere near us in this hemisphere - was great to catch them for dinner in Amboise
As well as catching up with old friends, it was great to make some new friends like Marie-Noelle and Philippe, like Majid, like Frederique & Denis, like Guilliame & Beringere...and I am sure I have missed some
... soon as police arrive at the scene they quickly scurry off and hide. While waiting for our parents to figure out exactly how to top up their travel cards, Mitchell and I witnessed one unlucky man being chased after by some clumsy police. Whether or not they were trying, they made a scene. Firstly screeching on the breaks trying to go round a corner like they were from a Fast And Furious movie, then turning around and chasing after the man the way they just came from. When they'd ...
... we moved our way slowly through the church admiring its intricate detailing with Mitchell and I trying to work out just how they built it. Construction of the gothic styled cathedral commenced in the 14th Century under the direction of Archbishop Antonio da Saluzza and not dissimilar to Gaudi's church in Barcelona, has undergone regular addition over the centuries, with scaffold adorning parts of the church roof even today. We capped off our cultural ...
... greeted by a reasonably nice German Lady who let is in to the house, which was full of antiques, but nothing much seemed to work. We had to toast bread in the oven, boil the kettle on the hotplate, and she had a very creepy looking son who wore his shorts way too high, and we were all scared that he was an axe-murderer. As they live on the property too it was all a bit awkward to start with but we are getting used to it slowly.
Once again our timing was perfect ...