Grand Hotel Tremezzo
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.