Hotel Capolago

Address: Via Per Bodio, 74, Varese, Lombardy, 21100, Italy | 4 star inn
 
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This 4 star inn, located on Via Per Bodio, 74, Varese, is near Castiglione Olona.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Capolago Varese

      Reviewed by mrpearsonchris

      Unexpected space

      Reviewed Jun 6, 2013
      by (9 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Booked at a price & location to the MV Agusta factory this hotel was a very welcome stopover for 3 nights. Located about 5kms from Varese but on a main road it is the most spacious hotel we have stayed at during our European trips. It resenbles more an American conference hotel as the grounds cover a few acres and the 78 units all have their own parking bays. Riding motorcycles parking for security is always in our minds and this hotel gave us parks at the back door to our adjoining units.We had spacious units with modern facilities and a large lobby area with internet and printing facilities. Upstairs is the restaurant and meeting rooms.each room does have WiFi but it was nice to get away from the small screen for a few nights. The restaurant also serves the included and very well catered for breakfast and indeed we ate at the hotel restaurant two nights. The third night just across the road is a Roadchef,based on American steaks,hamburgers and salads at a cheapish price three of us ate for €44. The hotel groundsa and surrounds ar well kept.

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