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TravelPod Member ReviewsEuropalace Hotel Verbania
The hotel staff were friendly and helpful. The rooms were comfortable, spacious and clean. The view from the room was excellent, overlooking the lake. Specify a third or fourth floor to get a good view of the lake (large trees in front of the hotel). Wifi worked well and parking was ok (may be seasonal though). Hotel is well located with easy access to restaurants and cafes and ferry services to Stressa and the 2 smaller islands. Breakfast was typical European style with good choices. Highly recommended as a place to stay.
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