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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Fontana Stresa
Travel Blogs from Stresa
... the hotel said it was just 500 meters but we off course took the wrong street and it ended up being 1km! Haha. Beer is all we could think about!
we Check into the hotel have showers and meet Missy, David, Heather and Shar.
we eat at a restauranr La Rosa dei Venti which was recommended to us by Guiseppe at the hotel.
11 for dinner which was a feast and it cost €196.
Tiring, challenging but exciting day. Ps we have a resident roos
... we spent too much time moving and not enough time enjoying.. Sandy described it well, moving every 2-3 days is for tourists, we are travellers.
The time in the Loire valley was fabulous and we enjoyed having Marvin and Linda join us. The house was great and the hospitality amazing...even including a ride in their Daimler.
Visits to Expo 2015 was great but the v high temperatures made it hard work. Our annual visit to ...
... and I chatting while sh headed to reception to organise a room change. Their room had no air-conditioning. After 30 minutes, joan had not returned so Bill and I went looking. We found Joan chatting to an Australian couple in the library. It turned out that Lindsay and Sharon from Queensland were on our tour. We sat and chatted for two hours until joined by ...
... lunch in Montepulciano on the way up to Florence. We had a quick wander round this very pretty town and had a lovely lunch served by an incredibly grumpy old waiter. Think of Super Mario's great great grandad, having put on a few pounds and developed quite a noisy breathing difficulty. A few pictures taken and a couple of local wines tasted and onto Florence to meet Bea's friend Dile. It turns out Florentine hospitality is just as generous as Venetian. Dile had laid on a big party at ...
... old - but still impressive and with ornate decorations and beautiful gardens in front.
All along the shore small boats were ferrying tourists up and down the lake to all the attractions, with a few quite large ones connecting the major towns.
I walked for 3 or 4kms before meandering through the tiny streets and alleys of the town - little shops and lots of cafes - before settling in one overlooking the lake to ...