Grand Hotel Tremezzo, strategically located on Lake Como promises to make your honeymoon an extra special experience. It is an offer the newlyweds may not be able to refuse. Grand Tremezzo, built way back in 1910 is one of the most distinguished luxury hotels on Italy’s Lake Como. Its location on the lake is such that it offers spectacular views of the famous town of Bellagio, the Riviera delle Azalee and the stunning Grigne Mountains. They have revamped their Honeymoon Suite as a tribute to a major figure from the hotel’s past.
The Suite Boasts of Four Poster Bed and Red Verona Marble
The suite is named Suite Maria after Maria Mallone, one of the key female figures in the hotel’s history. The suite has been redone completely in classic Italian style. The fine redecoration work has taken care to give newly-married couples a unique setting to enjoy their special occasion. The redecorated suite now has a grand four poster bed for the newly wedded couple to relax in. The bathroom boasts of red Verona marble. However the highlight of the suite is the private terrace that offers unrivalled panoramic views. Watching the sunset behind one of the most beautiful lakes in Europe is an experience that cannot be replicated easily anywhere else.
Starting Package Includes 3 Night Stay, Dinner and Boat Ride on Lake
The Honeymoon packages being offered by the Grand Hotel Tremezzo starts from €1,160 that offers a three night stay and a romantic candle light dinner at the hotel’s exclusive restaurant La Terrazza. The cost of the package also includes a one hour tour of the lake onboard the hotel’s very own period Venetian motorboat. The hotel is pulling out all stops to make the honeymoon the most memorable experience for the couples. They have covered the Jacuzzis on their rooftop suite balconies to create a ‘Sky Bed’ that enables guests to sleep outside under the stars. Sleeping under the stars with your beloved just over the Lake Como is an experience you can never forget in your lifetime. The couples also have the option of getting married at the nearby Villa Balbianello, a popular wedding venue built in 1787 on the site of a Franciscan monastery for the Cardinal Angelo Maria Durini.