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We had 2 rooms on floor 1 with the shared balcony. It was the perfect spot. Close to restaurants, ferry, shopping. The hills and steps are steep. If you have walking issues be warned.
We loved the hotel, staff was great.
This hotel is in a prime position in Bellagio and the staff and tremendous, helpful, courteous and friendly. The view from the hotel is great and the bar in the water gives spectacular views of the lake. My only gripe for a hotel of this...More
5 nights, two couples, adjoining rooms,shared large balcony at front of hotel overlooking lake Como
Stunning breakfast; fabulous lakeside restaurant. Pre book to ensure table. ( a bit pricey!)
Night cap in street side bar watching world go by.
Delightful Venetian style interior decor. Sumptuous...More
The drive along the shore of Lake Como to Bellagio is extremely narrow and twisting, beautiful, in short...Really FUN! The tiny little street you drive on getting to Hotel Florence is amazing. You creep slowly through shops and shoppers, turning tight corners to arrive at...More
Beautiful hotel, friendly staff! Parking is TOUGH, but not impossible. We were able to secure a “free” space very near the hotel and proceeded to walk everywhere! The water taxi is right in front of the hotel and a chartered boat tour is also right...More
Response from WallysMissus | Reviewed this property |
Both are quite different. Bellagio is about an hour on a very windy road (although you might be better off to catch the ferry). Cernobbio (we have stayed there too) is probably better described as part of greater Como... More
Both are quite different. Bellagio is about an hour on a very windy road (although you might be better off to catch the ferry). Cernobbio (we have stayed there too) is probably better described as part of greater Como. When we stayed there we caught the ferry to Como and walked back to our hotel there (Regina St Olga). Bellagio has a certain charm that Cernobbio doesn't have. I've probably confused you - sorry. Stay at both!!!