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Woke up to another lovely, warm and sunny day. Happy 30th birthday to our darling Nicki xxx love you sweetie hope you have a lovely day! We packed up and left Lake Garda this morning, having said goodbye to the German and the Swedish couples. The German lady, bless her, who must be in her seventies, said perhaps we will meet here again... We went to Lidl's first to stock up!! And then we set of to Cugnasco for ...
... local specialty I had been keen to try, as I haven't thought much of it when I had previously tried to cook it. Last Sunday the paragliders had an enormous tub of it being prepared, and it did look like sludge! Main courses are cannelloni with meat ragu and crepes with vegetable medley and taleggio; bellisimo! We have another 'house white' laughing about how we'd never do that back home, but it's fine here, and we haven't had a dud yet! Our parking has 30 minutes left on it, so ...
Yesterday I went to a villa called Villa Melzi in Bellagio. At the villa we fed a wild squirrel some biscuits. The squirrel was so CUTE!!!! I also accidentally threw my hat in a really thick bush. Oops. The day before that I almost got hit by a car after getting off the funicolare! (a bit like a monorail) I think i was paralysed for the rest of the day. People drive so fast on the narrow village roads. It's like being in a James Bond movie! I had ...
... for Mum to fly with the cast but some airlines have a strict policy of not allowing people to fly with a cast. We don't know if Emirates is one of those airlines. If this is the case the cast will need to be cut so it is openable but it should stay on the arm. It would be sealed back up at the other end.
The x-ray pictures need to be kept by us and were not yet ready so I volunteered to come back later in the day.
... it. It took quite a while to calm her down. We walked around the Duomo, Lit a candle, and had tea outside with Mums new shawl to ward off the drafts. We had Pizza for tea which probably wasn't a great choice but the options are fairly limited
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Bellagio
Good hotel, great views
We stayed here in May in a room overlooking the lake. The rooms were clean, breakfast was good, staff very friendly. View from our balcony was fantastic, we were on the third floor. This is a good choice, and reasonably priced too. Keep an eye out for boat times to Como if you are leaving on a Sunday.
Clean comfort with a great view
Great view of the lake from the two upper floors. Our room (302) was a good size - we had two adults and an 8 year old in the one room and it worked well. We had two balconies each just big enough to put a chair or two on and have a drink while enjoying the view. Great location in the center, close to good restaurants, shops and the water front (not right on the water front and therefore a little less noisy). The hotel has been recently (2005) renovated and has good quality finishings. Staff were willing to help and friendly. Only down sides were - no fridge in the room (common to many) and I wish the front doors were a little easier to negotiate with heavy bags. All in all we would highly recommend a stay in the Hotel Bellagio.
Great views and Location
I would highly recommend this hotel. The room and the bathroom were spacious, clean and new, and we had an amazing view of the lake. The girl at the front desk was also very friendly and helpful. No complaints at all.
Highly recommend this hotel and will definitely be staying here again.
Fantastic Hotel - Hotel Bellagio
We arrived the day after the majority of the Hotels in Bellagio closed for the season so our choices were limited. However, we couldn't have been more pleased with the accomodations and Staff at the Bellagio and we will stay there again at any time of year! The property is only a year old, exercise room, rooftop patio with lovely view, the rooms are very well laid out with heated bathroom floors, flat screen TV's and fantstic views of Lake Como. Very nice breakfast on site and hotel guests get a discount and transport to The Sporting Club for dinner, which we took advantage of, it was **** and very resonable. We didn't want to leave, can't wait to return and we recommend Hotel Bellagio at any time of year.
I would highly recommend Hotel Bellagio. It was recently renovated...the rooms were very clean, neat, and modern. (Our room had a flat screen tv...not that we watched it!) We booked knowing we wouldn't have a lake view, but we actually did have a partial lake view. The location of the hotel is only a few steps (approx. 40 or so) from the main square. The service at the hotel was very friendly - I didn't get the woman's name - but she was there to greet us upon arrival with complete hospitatlity, she was pouring coffee in the morning and she even looked up train schedules for us before we left. She spoke at least 3 (probably more) languages (including English)...don't look any further - you won't be disappointed with Hotel Bellagio!
We had booked 3 nights at the Hotel Bellagio, picking it because of its advertised A/C and one of us has severe summer allergies. What we did not realize was that the Hotel Bellagio did not turn its A/C on until June - even though the May temperatures were in the high-80s. Our room on the 3rd floor was small and very, very warm. The room did not cool off at night and made sleeping difficult especially with the bugs coming through the windows.
My husband, mom & myself were pleasantly surprized with this hotel. We booked last minute and all of the bigger and more expensive hotels were booked. I was told they only had 2 rooms left with partial lakeview. When we got there the view was fabulous. because we were on the 2nd floor you really couldn't see the lake but could see the beautifull mountains in the backdrop. if were were a floor higher the view would have been even better. the hotel is small and up about 40 simple steps(i thought). it wasn't bad at all. after all, there is much more to bellagio than being down bottom on the lake itself. up the hill and more steps there are plenty of cafe's, shops and restaurants to see. and if you like to excercize, there is beautiful street to walk on. the rooms were VERY clean and pretty modern. and the prices were reasonable. i'm so glad we picked this place and we will definitely stay next time. just a couple of recommendations for bellagio....... go to Bellagio Point.Com, and internet cafe but i thought it was MUCH more. the owner Bruno was wonderful. there was wine tasting and he brought out food platters with meats and cheeses. the atmosphere was great. also, get a day pass for the ferry about 9Eu.and it stops at all different parts of the lake. you must stop at the Villa Carlotta, a beautiful huge villas with amazing grounds and decor. also, get off in Varenna and have lunch at any of the wonderful restaurants all the way to the right when you get off the boat. there is a great walkinging pathway along the water. it is out of this world. this town is great a i recommend doing alot of exploring. Enjoy Bellagio, although its impossible not to.
Imagine walking into an all white, modern, crisp room, with two pairs of French doors opening on to two small balconies, framed by red and white flowers in large flower boxes and the mild winds are blowing gently the billowy, filmy, white drapes with lovely tie backs.
This hotel is owned by and has recently been totally renovated by the Hotel du Lac. Very nice location just up a few steps from the piazza affording beautiful unobstructed lake views from the upper floors of the hotel. Rooms are very nicely done with hardwood floors, high ceilings and new french windows. Some rooms have small balconies. Beautifully tiled bathrooms with stall shower. Hotel is air-conditioned unlike many of the hotels in Bellagio. Delightful staff as well. Highly recommend.