Villa d'Este was where legendary director Alfred Hitchcock decided to do his first movie. That stay happened in 1925 and the movie was titled The Pleasure Garden. Hitchcock was a big fan of the waterfront hotel. He often spent his September vacations relaxing on Lake Como.
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Villa d’Este occupies an enviable spot on Lake Como, amid 25 acres of luxuriously landscaped park. The villa was originally built in 1568 as the summer residence for Cardinal Tolomeo Gallio and was the favourite playground of... more >>
For the past 100 years or more, the Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni has been one of the most well-known
and prestigious hotels in the world. Set in the splendid surroundings of Lake Como, where the blue waters
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A place where you can abandon yourself to the calm of the water, caressed by the sunbeams reflected on the floating pool, where you can relax in the spa amidst water and colour features or walk through a peaceful park.
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Grand Hotel Tremezzo is one of the oldest and loveliest luxury hotels on Lake Como, an authentic Art Nouveau palace that offers a warm inviting welcome and the delights of a true 5-star vacation.
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Set along the shores of Lake Como, Il Sereno Lago di Como is a contemporary ultra-luxury hotel. Designed by Milan-based designer Patricia Urquiola, the hotel incorporates both its natural and historical surroundings.
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