Overlooking the bay of Limone, the Splendid Palace is the perfect base to relax and explore.
There are spectacular views of the lake from the hotel’s hillside terraces, and it’s within walking distance of the resort centre. The entrance on the top floor is connected by lift down to the main pool and terrace. There’s also a second pool, a small beach and a great restaurant.
Just so you know, a tourist tax is payable locally in cash. This will be approximately €1.50 per person, per night.
500M to the centre of Limone
Walk to the centre via steps and a slope
200 metres walk to the ferry departure point
Twin Room with Pool View and Balcony
Ground floor twin rooms face the pool area, and come with twin beds, a bathroom with small shower, and a balcony.
Room Upgrades w/Lake View
All these twin rooms have a balcony with lake views, twin beds and a private bathroom with a shower and WC.
Please note: Only rooms on the ground floor have pool views. Rooms facing the lake are located on the floors above.
Image of room shown above is twin beds, extra single sofa bed when booked for three people, small private shower, WC, balcony and lake view.
Expect more than your usual half board here. On top of buffet breakfasts and 4-course dinners, you'll get afternoon tea from 4-5pm and unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks with your evening meals.
Hot and cold buffet breakfast
4-course buffet-style evening meals with choice of menu
Weekly gala dinner with live music
Free unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks with evening meals
Free afternoon tea daily between 4pm-5pm
There are two pools outside - a main pool and a second pool down by the small lakeside beach. The indoor pool is perfect for a relaxing dip, and it's got a whirlpool too.
Two outdoor pools - With loungers and parasols, and some amazing views too
Indoor pool - With whirlpool
Terrace - Overlooking the lake.
Air conditioning - Available from 1 June to 15 September.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally.
A tourist tax of 1 to 3 euros person per night is payable locally in cash in all accommodations in Limone. Tax is dependant on the official star rating and is subject to change.
'A beautiful cliffside town with a bustling waterfront and winding cobbled streets, surrounded by colourful lemon groves.....'
Smell the citrus trees in the lemon museum and gardens.
Look out onto dramatic views of Lake Garda from the waterside promenade.
Walk through the olive groves that surround the village.
Limone is to be found clinging to the rocks on the north-western shore of Lake Garda, it is renowned for its dramatic setting and fragrant lemon groves.
It is filled with narrow cobbled lanes and steps that wind around its shops, restaurants and traditional shuttered houses. Wander through the bustling promenade and you’ll catch some spectacular views across the lake, to the imposing peaks of the Monte Baldo. And don’t miss out the lemon gardens and museum, for a glimpse into the history of Limone’s citrus groves.
Nestled between the lake and the mountains, Limone was only reachable by boat until the first road was built from neighbouring Riva in 1932. And it still feels authentic and secluded, despite being one of the lake’s most popular towns. Get a feel for the ancient Limone and arrive by boat. On approaching the harbour, you can spot the terraced lemon and olive groves that dot the hills around the village.
Excursions (bookable in resort)
Below are just a few of the optional excursions available on a holiday to Lake Garda.
Take a visit to the Lagarina Valley to discover the Grigoletti winery. See the basilica and subterranean cantina and taste some local Trentino wines. And after you've sipped and savoured, another unique experience awaits - tasting the sparkling spumante at the Ferrari cantina.
Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locall
Grand Dolomites tour
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.
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.
Venice by day and night
Just like the classic Venice trip, but you'll leave the city a little later. Stay into the evening and you can enjoy this magical city as the sun sets over the lagoon. Explore the bridges and canals, stop to visit its beautiful palaces and take a romantic gondola trip, before watching Venice light up at nightfall. Also, explore the lagoon surrounding Venice during a Lagoon Tour.
The Original Lake Garda tour
See 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.
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 and days of operation are subject to change.
If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy.
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