Cheap Hotels in Lake Garda
Hotel Villa Mulino is a built on an old watermill, just 500 metres away from Lake Garda. An outdoor pool, extensive gardens and an on-site restaurant are available here. The Villa Mulino's bright rooms feature air conditioning, en suite facilities and minibar. Many have a furnished balcony. The outdoor pool is completely surrounded by a furnished sun deck and greenery. Table tennis, table football and the bar's spacious terrace are all found in the Villa Mulino Hotel's gardens. The Mulino's restaurant serves Italian and international cuisine. A breakfast buffet is served here daily. Garda's historic town centre is just a 5-minute walk from the Villa Mulino.
The Astoria is located in the historic centre of Garda, along the lakeside promenade. The restaurant on site overlooks the lake, and the ferry harbour is nearby. All rooms are air-conditioned, and offer a satellite TV and private bathroom with hairdrier. Some feature a private balcony. Breakfast is served in the dining room and during the summer can also be enjoyed on the lake-view terrace. Astoria Hotel offers a privileged position in Garda's main square, in front of the town hall. Il Giardino delle Rane restaurant is open to the public and is one of the most renowned in town. It serves local specialities, international dishes and national cuisine, including pizza.
Hotels in Lake Garda
Famous for being the biggest lake in Italy at a massive 370km2, Lake Garda in the north of the country has attracted settlers and tourists for centuries.
The mild climate, beautiful scenery and quaint villages are all part of the experience, making it a truly magical destination. From the towering mountains at the northern tip and the picturesque islands like Isola del Garden, through to the buzzing tourist town, Sirmione in the south.
Lake Garda highlights
Whether you're looking to stay active during your trip, or relax and hop from boutiques to cafés and restaurants, there really is something for everyone.
Must-see historic hotspots include the stunning, 13th-century Malcesine Castle. It looks like it's been lifted straight out of a fairy tale. And the Grotte di Catullo is a great place to explore. It's the remains of an ancient Roman villa tucked up on one of the hills, with standout views across the landscape.
If you're sporty there's a choice of fun activities to get involved in, from hiking and cycling to paragliding, parasailing and water sports. And if you'd like a bird's-eye view without the effort, catch a cable car into the mountains.
There's even a theme park called Gardaland Park which is great for families and kids.
Food, drink and hotels
You should definitely make time for a bit of wine tasting while you're at Lake Garda. There are plenty of places to stop off at like Villa Calicantus.
You'll have your pick of lovely eateries too, from fine dining Italians restaurants like Ristorante Le Gemme di Artemisia in Torri del Benaco, to laidback delis like Marco e DanielaTime in Peschiera del Garda.
For the perfect Lake Garda hotel, try and do a bit of research. They're really varied so there's something for everyone, from 5-star retreats like Lefay Resort & Spa Lago di Garda and Lido Palace, to budget accommodation like Hotel Alpino and Hotel Marina.
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