Opening just in time for your first extravagant summer getaway is Vista Palazzo Lago di Como. Slated to debut in June, the hotel will be the fourth from the family-owned-and-operated Italian hotel brand Lario Hotels.
The new project — born of a gut renovation of a 19th-century lakeside Venetian-style palazzo and located in the city of Como itself — will have 18 rooms and suites, each with large, Italian marble bathrooms with soaking tubs and separate showers.
As the name implies, the hotel will have views of the lake throughout — the best of which will be from the guests-only rooftop restaurant, bar and library.
At the 22-seat Sottovoce restaurant, the chef will serve traditional local cuisine; the bar will have an outdoor space, perfect for enjoying a prosecco or regional wine at sunset. For a quieter soiree, reserve a private chef to prepare dinner in your suite.
Shown here is a rendering of a room in the hotel.
Guests get a personal concierge who can book the private dinners, as well as advise you on all the top cultural and social events, organize private visits to museums, book a table at Como’s most requested restaurants and more. We say a visit to Como isn’t complete without a tour of the lake from a Riva boat, so make sure you plan one with the concierge. For a twist, opt for a seaplane tour of the region. Just ask.
Vista Palazzo Lago di Como will become one of six hotels on Lake Como to remain open year-round. During the off-season, there are fewer tourists, but many lakeside hamlets remain open. For guests who are interested, several ski resorts are located within two hours of the resort, which can be reached by public and private transportation. Good to know: Milan is also a short, 30-minute train ride away.
For VIP requests, contact Managing Director Cristina Zucchi ([email protected]).