Grand Ho­tel Tre­mezzo

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Of grandeur and glam­our • Un­der the cu­ra­tion of Enea and Maria Gan­dola, this cen­tury-old land­mark came to life at the end of Wwi––which brought the idea of the va­ca­tion with it. The art nou­veau style re­flects the pe­riod of its con­struc­tion and lever­ages the gor­geous set­ting, which bor­ders on the gar­dens of Villa Car­lotta, one of the best views of the Lake Como. Greta Garbo once men­tioned the Tre­mezzo in the movie Grand Ho­tel in the 1930s, when the Sampi­etro fam­ily took over, see­ing the prop­erty through the tu­mult of WWII. To­day, Grand Ho­tel Tre­mezzo fol­lows the fine tra­di­tion of the Gan­dolas and Sampi­et­ros by also be­ing fam­ily owned. Un­leash your in­ner star­let with a stay at the Suite Greta, in­spired by Hol­ly­wood’s SwedishAmer­i­can dar­ling. On the first floor of the palace, the op­u­lent suite fea­tures one bed­room, a liv­ing room and two bath­rooms with mar­ble ac­cents and a cen­tral whirlpool bath. The pri­vate ter­race finds you en­joy­ing stun­ning views of Bel­la­gio on the wa­ter’s edge. En­joy Sala Regina’s op­u­lent ac­cou­trement in­clud­ing pe­riod fur­ni­ture with blue and gold decor, and ceil­ing-to-floor win­dows which al­low for stun­ning views of the lake and moun­tains. The restau­rant’s large ter­race pro­vides a great place to host ro­man­tic I do.

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