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A sleek and stylish family-run boutique hotel with industrial-style décor where iron, glass and concrete dominate. It's renowned for its excellent restaurant serving exquisite Italian dishes in a delightful lakefront setting.

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Kiki Deere
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Kiki Deere is a freelance travel writer who contributes to a wide range of newspapers and magazines.



The hotel is in Salò, in the historic centre with its elegant boutiques and restaurants. This is a yachtie town and you're on the lakefront promenade - but it's quiet and peaceful.

You're in an ideal location for exploring the lake, with boats departing from the nearby jetty to numerous destinations.

By plane: London to Verona takes just over 2 hours, after which, it's a 35-minute drive to the hotel. Paid parking available nearby. Book flights to Verona.

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Sleek and stylish, this family-run boutique hotel has an industrial-chic vibe - think glass and concrete with oxidised brass, iron and slate. Photographs and artworks made from recycled materials add vibrancy, while overall, the atmosphere is warm and inviting.


Being a boutique hotel, facilities include a restaurant, wine tasting room and terrace with lake views. The owners - the Briarava family - are delightful and take care of your every need, including organising activities in the local area (from boat rental and water sports to winery visits).

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms are sleek yet minimalist, and the industrial feel continues, with metal-based tones and glass partition walls. Bathrooms have spacious rain showers. Book a Junior Suite for a private terrace with whirlpool tub.

Room types: Standard, Deluxe, Junior Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, desk, TV, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi


The restaurant serves seasonal dishes prepared using local ingredients sourced from small producers - thanks to Chef Gianni Briarava. The hotel has a cellar and the wine list is very well thought-out, with many wines available by the glass. The shrimp tartare is divine, perfect to enjoy with a chilled white wine on the veranda as you watch yachts bob up and down in the water.

Restaurant: authentic dishes with local ingredients. Open for lunch and dinner.

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