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?
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Luina Stresa
Travel Blogs from Stresa
... place we see! Haha.
The waiter arrives and takes our order. I order 12 slices of pizza thinking that they were small slices but instead huge pizza slices arrive and even though we first thought we would struggle to eat them we finished them off.
Tummies full we make our way to the platform where we want to catch the train to Stresa. Well what an ordeal that was! Michael had purchased regional train tickets which cost €8.50 ...
We are sitting at Milan airport and enjoying the cool change - only mid 30's today and reading the Melbourne papers that tell me we are landing at 530am on a day when the max is likely to be 5 or 6 degrees....imagine how cold it will be at 530am at the airport....heavy coat is ready
What an amazing couple of months we've had..it's been different and there have been some similarities. It has been great to travel again with Allen and ...
... the Rockies in USA, also on our tour. Eventually we started to feel hungry again so we moved to the bar for a light lunch. Following which I returned to my room for a siesta. We met at 5pm in the reception area for our pre tour briefing after which we headed down the road to the only resturant for our "get to know " dinner. I had an early night and set my alarm for ...
... local Cantinas and then enjoyed a long lunch sampling a few more. Our final evening was spent trying to cook our own Florentine T-bone on the bbq, a relative success but perhaps we should leave that one to the professionals. A short stop in Lucca enabled us to stretch our legs on our way to the Cinque Terre as we walked around the 4km city walls. A lovely lunch washed down with a final glass of Chianti Classico was a perfect end to our time in Tuscany, something tells me we'll come back ...
... period until the checkin opened and we could deposit our cases and move through the formalities to the departure lounge. CDG is a huge airport and with EasyJet being a budget airline, we were stuck in a very old and lonely corner of it - very little in the way of shops etc., but we found a Starbucks and had a coffee and a muffin for breakfast and then endured the boring wait until the plane boarded at 10.30am. Our aircraft was quite new ...