Aristocratic tradition meets contemporary comfort at this historic, Lombardy lakeside villa. Walk in the steps of nobility beside the super scenic Lake Como, or indulge yourself at the hotel's restaurant, sauna, Turkish bath, or solarium.
You can still feel the aristocratic intrigue and romance in the air at Villa Flori, a restored 19th century villa on the western shore of Lake Como, with its own private dock and lounge bar on the lake's edge.
The hotel occupies one of the most beautiful villas on the water. Built in 1859 by the Marchese Raimondi, and subsequently the residence of a series of noble Lombard families, it was transformed into a hotel in 1958 and completely renovated in 2011.
Significant work has gone into preserving the delicate stucco walls, enchanting floral frescoes and gorgeous parquet floors, as well as the antique furnishings and fixtures. The renovation also added a small treatment area with sauna, baths and solarium.
Lake Como has stood the test of time as a gorgeous retreat for the centuries. Evidence of its Roman origins unfold in the Como's grid layout and the ancient fortifications, like Porta Torre. Highlighting another period in Italian history, the Casa del Fascio, built in the 1930s under Mussolini's regime, exhibits the beginnings of modernist architecture.
More than just historic, Lake Como is unbelievably picturesque. Extraordinary villas dot the lake's edge and their gardens are an exquisite marriage of Italian Renaissance order and Victorian England adoration of wilderness. Villa Flori is the perfect base from which to explore the quaint towns surrounding the lake either by hiking trail, bicycle or better yet a classic Riva boat. Say hi to George Clooney, if you see him!
The Fine Print
* Expires: 12/31/2022
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