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EXCLUSIVE: Sirmione; Boutique Hotel w/Flights

Luna Hotel, Sirmione
 
Destination:
Lake Garda
Resort:
Sirmione
Property:
Luna Hotel
Duration:
7 Nights
Board Basis:
Room & Breakfast
Rating:
3

Includes:
Return Flights
 
Atol Protection
 
15kg Luggage Allowance
 
Resort Transfers
 
Daily Breakfast
 
Free Wi-Fi
 
Central Location
 
Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence

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This offer was last checked 23 May 2019.
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Holiday Information

In the historic centre of Sirmione, on the southern peninsula of Lake Garda, is the elegant Hotel Luna.

The Hotel Luna scores 93% on Tripadvisor (excellent and very good scores).

Luna Hotel
Luna Hotel

At a glance

  • Views of Lake Garda
  • Family-run boutique hotel
  • Modern, elegant rooms
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout

The family-run property is proud of its attention to detail, from its beautiful public areas – including a lavish lounge filled with classic European sofas and chairs – to its simple, lovingly-decorated bedrooms, each with their own unique décor and design. Some even have views of the lake.

You’ll be treated to a generous breakfast each morning, that can be taken in the contemporary breakfast room, complete with tree-like pillars in its centre, or on the terrace, facing onto one of Sirmione's characteristic cobbled streets. It's an ideal spot to watch the resort wake up over your morning coffee.

When you want to get out and about, the centre of Sirmione is on your doorstep. The hotel is also opposite the luxurious ‘Aquaria’ Spa, with an array of thermal pools and treatments bookable locally.

Just so you know, a tourist tax is payable locally in cash. This will be approximately €1 per person per night.

Location

  • In the pedestrian centre of Sirmione
  • 200m to the lakefront
  • 400m to the ferry point
  • 600m to the bus station

Rooms

Twin Room with Balcony
Cosy enough for two, you can pick between a double bed or twin beds. There's also a private shower, WC and balcony.

For a glimpse of the lake from your room, upgrade to this twin room with a limited lake view and balcony. Limited Lake View rooms are available for a supplement of £28 per person per week.

Food & Drink

There is a delicious buffet spread each morning, which includes everything from pastries and cereal to hot and cold meats, cheeses and eggs. Throughout the day, you can purchase drinks from the hotel staff.

Hotel restaurant
Your venue for breakfast.

Bar service*
Order an aperitivo from one of the staff to enjoy in the lounge or the outdoor terrace.

Facilities

This modest, yet stylish, 3* hotel sits in the perfect position for exploring the array of art, cuisine, sports, beaches, beauty and fun parks that Sirmione and Lake Garda have to offer, meaning that the hotel is quite limited on in-house facilities. You will, however, find two flower-festooned terraces for enjoying a drink (which may be ordered from hotel staff or purchased from the automated vendor).

Other Facilities

  • Outdoor terrace
    Come out here for breakfast or watch the sun go down with a drink in hand.
  • Lounge
    Relax and reminisce about your day.
  • Free Wi-Fi

Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally

Sirmione

At a glance

  • Take in the breathtaking buildings and beautiful scenery with a walk around Sirmione
  • Discover the 13th century Scaligeri Castle with its large moat and exquisite Lake Garda views
  • Find your inner Roman at the remains of the residential villa, Grotte di Catullo

Holidays to Sirmione offer thermal springs, a 13th century castle and some of the prettiest beaches on Lake Garda, all on a unique island promontory on the southern lakeshore.

Sun and culture

This upmarket resort is clustered within the ancient walls of the impressive medieval Scaligeri Castle and moat. Its honey-coloured buildings and maze of tiny pedestrianised streets might appear untouched, but they house the town’s bustling pavement cafés and elegant shops. And a proper visit to the castle is a must – its lake views alone are worth the steps and stairs.

Soothing springs

The thermal springs that bubble up naturally from the lake bed are what attracted the Romans to Sirmione and you can still treat yourself at the local thermal spas. Or head to one of the lovely shallow beaches to sample the bathing waters. The town’s also home to some beautiful old churches, many of them filled with frescoes. Venture out a little further and you’ll be rewarded with the beautiful Grottoes of Catullus, the ruins of an ancient villa at the peninsula’s tip.

Out and about

  • Lakeside promenade
  • Lake bathing
  • Boat trips
  • Local ferries
  • Cycle routes
  • Castle
  • Roman ruins
  • Therme spa
  • Markets

Take a dip in thermal waters

Sirmione has been famous for centuries for its thermal waters. The natural springs begin 20m below the surface of Lake Garda, just off the coast of the Grotta di Catullo on the peninsula, and reach 69°C. When the lake is still, you can often see the bubbles on the surface near the springs. People come from all over the world to bathe here.

Shopping - Bargain Buys

The weekly market arrives inside the castle walls every Monday. Stroll around the many stalls that sell a variety of Italian pottery, clothing, leather goods and gifts to take home. The prices are reasonable and the quality is generally high. This same market moves around, so you can visit it in a different town another day.

Nightlife - Laid-back evenings

Sirmione is renowned for amazing ice cream, which is why many parlours stay open well into the evening. Take a wander along the lakeside path with an ice cream in hand, and admire the great views of the surrounding area from the Sirmione peninsula. Many cafés and bars have lakefront seating, the ideal spot for a relaxed evening on the water’s edge.

Food & Drink - Eating out

Other than being world famous for its ice cream parlours, Sirmione is also home to lots of high-class restaurants. Compared to other Lake Garda resorts, there's a wider range of cuisines here, from Italian to American and even Japanese – so there'll be a lot of debating about where to go next.

Getting about - On foot

In Sirmione, you can explore a labyrinth of small pedestrianised streets that sit within the ancient walls of the Scaligeri Castle and moat.

Walking

Sirmione is a beautiful old town with beautiful walks to match. The best way to explore is simply by going for a wander – either through the streets to admire the lovely architecture or along the lakeshore to see breathtaking views over the water. To stretch your legs further, it’s an easy walk around the headland to visit the Church of San Pietro and the Roman ruins at the Grottoes of Catallus. Take a day trip to one of the other towns around Lake Garda, such as Malcesine, for more varied walking trails.

Excursions

Below is a small selection of excursions available to book in resort.

Original Lake Garda Tour

ee the best of Lake Garda all in one day. Wind past olive trees, cypresses and rare flowers, and visit picturesque lakeside villages along the way. Follow one of the most impressive roads in Europe – passing Roman, Scaligeri and Venetian monuments.

Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally.

Verona Uncovered

Spend a day in Verona, the beautiful setting of Romeo and Juliet. The Roman amphitheatre is a good place to start – with a spot of people watching on Piazza Brà – then on to see the fascinating Scaligeri tombs.

Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally.

Classic Venice

Venice is famous for its maze of canals, beautiful palaces and handsome gondoliers. Spend a day exploring St Mark’s Basilica, the Doge’s Palace and the Bridge of Sighs, and pick up some Murano glass to take home. Or, make your visit extra special with a romantic trip on a gondola.

Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally.

Wine Tour

Take a tour of the Capuzza vineyard, which is surrounded by beautiful rolling hills. Learn about the winemaking industry, from the vineyard to the bottle, and then taste some of the local wines. Afterwards you can stop in the picturesque hamlet of Borghetto, to see its watermills and traditional soap shops.

Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally.

Grand Dolomites

The Dolomite Mountains in the southern Alps are home to some of Italy’s most spectacular views, dotted with traditional alpine villages, breathtaking passes and pretty, flower-strewn meadows. Pass through the Fiemme, Fassa and Gardena valleys and the Pordoi and Sella passes, with plenty of photo stops along the way.

Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally.

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* Additional Charges

If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy. Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £6 per person.

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Disclaimer

All property information is the tour operators brochure description and is provided by an independent source. Facilities and amenities described herein can not be guaranteed by the Agent. All holidays are subject to availability changes. When a deal is gone, it is gone.

Certain countries require visas prior to travel. It is your responsibility to check for any necessary visa or inoculation requirements for your destination.

For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information click here.

Book Now:

0114 250 4090
Reference: OFFLUNSIR3
Request a call-back »
Book With Confidence:

ABTA Number: J4920. Trading Since 1991. Agents for Atol Protected Tour Operators. Members of the Advantage Travel Partnership. Find out more About us.

This offer was last checked 23 May 2019.

* Additional Charges

If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy. Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £6 per person.

Terms and Conditions

Voyager Travel Direct Terms and Conditions

Disclaimer

All property information is the tour operators brochure description and is provided by an independent source. Facilities and amenities described herein can not be guaranteed by the Agent. All holidays are subject to availability changes. When a deal is gone, it is gone.

Certain countries require visas prior to travel. It is your responsibility to check for any necessary visa or inoculation requirements for your destination.

For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information click here.

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