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Grand Hotel Cadenabbia

Via Regina 1, 22011 Cadenabbia di Griante Italy
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If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Cadenabbia di Griante, look no further than Grand Hotel Cadenabbia. Rooms at Grand Cadenabbia Hotel provide a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free internet access. In addition, while staying at Grand Hotel Cadenabbia guests have access to a concierge, a rooftop terrace, and room service. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Grand Hotel Cadenabbia. Travelers looking for Mediterranean restaurants can head to La Cucina della Marianna, Lido di Cadenabbia, or Risto Bar Company Vecchia Maiolica. Should time allow, The Anglican Church of the Ascension and Parrocchia SS Nabore e Felice are some popular attractions that are within walking distance. The staff at Grand Hotel Cadenabbia looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Outdoor pool
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Rooftop bar
Rooftop terrace
Sun terrace
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Non-smoking rooms
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Room service
Flatscreen TV
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I’m just back from a lovely break in Italy and I stayed here. I had paid extra for single room and lake view, I was very happy with room. Lovely view, and yes the road was noisy however could hardly hear it when windows closed. Kettle and tea / coffee supplied. The restaurant is on 5th floor, breakfast is buffet with eggs and crepes to order. Dinner has buffet for anti pasta and desert, and menu with 3choices for two courses. Tip you have to be in before 8pm or no deserts left, when you get to that stage. I have to praise the wonderful Nicolette, she gets to know visitors and remembers their likes, and friendly words while keeping service moving fast and efficiently - a true treasure. My only downside was there was very little to do around the hotel. There are good links like bus, boats and little tourist train all stopping close to hotel
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We stayed at the hotel as part of a relatively small tour group.The position of the hotel could not be better.The views of the lake from the terrace bar are sublime and the drink prices reasonable.Our room had a view of the pool area and was quiet and comfortable. The decor is dated and I would recommend updating the carpet and headboards. We enjoyed breakfast and dinner in the restaurant.The made to order breakfast omelettes were delicious and dinner was rather crowded but with plentiful amounts of food and a good choice of pasta and main courses. Claudia who served us most days is a great asset to the hotel and could not do enough for us. Some issues getting sun beds at the pool on occasion but would happily stay here again.
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The hotel is situated directly on the lake with amazing panoramic views. The rooms were clean and comfortable and service from all staff was excellent. In our late 30's we were the youngest couple staying by quite a few years and there were no children staying while we were there so I wouldn't book this as a family with young children but it made for a very relaxing break :) We originally got allocated a room with a lake view as requested however the room had no shower, only a bath. We spoke to the reception and they quickly moved us to a more fitting room with no fuss what so ever. The restaurant food was not great so we ate out in the evenings but the prices are very reasonable in most of the villages on the lake and you can easily access them via ferry that is quick and regular. I would recommend hiring a boat and exploring the lake on your own, we paid 120 euros for a private boat (you don't need a license) and it was an absolutely amazing experience. We also explored Como and Laguno (Switzerland) which was a great day out. Laguno is rather expensive but worth a visit as its only 45 mins from the lake.
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We stayed here as part of a package booked through Inghams, so I'm afraid that we were part of the 'bus tour group' that some people find annoying. We had a very comfortable room (141) overlooking the garden with a good sized bathroom. An added bonus was the tea and coffee making facilities, unusual for a continental hotel. All the meals were tasty, good choice at breakfast. The buffet starters and deserts at dinner were good, as were the main courses. Though perhaps if we had been there longer than a week it would have become a little repetative. My one grouse is the fact that they charge 4 Euros for a bottle of water at dinner. All the female staff in the dining room werte pleasant and helpful, though some of the waiters were rather off hand and aloof. you almost felt they were doing you a favour by serving you. The roof top bar is lovely with great views and friendly staff. The hotel is very well placed for the ferries that criss cross the lake.
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I booked through hotels.com. Their descriptions and reality are two very different things. When you enter the cavernous lobby there is a very small “reception” desk with a lady sitting there who does not like her job - not friendly at all. This is a hotel where I am about to spend over €2000. We had reserved a junior suite which hotels.com described as “junior suite, balcony, lake view”. We walked into a room with a very small window that did look out on the lake. The “suite” feature was a small room up a small circular staircase (no handrail) with no windows! If perchance you needed to get up at night to use the toilet, you would need to turn on the room light (awakening your spouse/partner) as traversing the narrow circular staircase, even with lights on, could lead to disaster. Needless to say, we asked for another room. We were told they were completely booked but did have ONE suite for an additional “supplement” of €20 per night. Having just arrived after two air flights, two train rides, and a ferry ride, what do you say?? OK - we’ll take it. The room was quite large with a bed that was very low to the floor with Florentine wood frame with big knobs on the corners. We have the bruised knees to attest to the stupid, needless design. Forget the mosquito netting draped over the head of the bed! The bathroom (I use the term “room” loosely) was a space behind a wall behind the head of the bed. There was a sink with a drain problem for which I had to remove the drain stopper every time we used the sink so the water would not back up. There was a good-sized little room in which they had a toilet and a bidet. The toilet seat design was backwards!! The human anatomy requires a toilet seat to be wider at the back. Not on this one - it was the opposite and very uncomfortable (maybe TMI, but I want prospective customers to be aware). Oh, and lest I forget, the SHOWER! The only space left was a delta-shaped alcove about 24” across the front (the door) going back about 30”. God forbid you drop the soap!! Unless you are one of the performers in Cirque de Soleil, you can’t bend over to get the soap unless you turn off the shower, open the door, get down on your knees to reach in. Looking forward to a nice relaxing dinner, we went up to the “restaurant”. It turned out to be a cavernous room full of 2 or 3 bus loads of British tourists. Nothing against Brits, but it felt like we had stepped onto a low-end cruise ship. There was a separate patio area set up with an ala cartel menu which we chose. Food and service were average. We stayed at this “Grand” hotel for 6 nights (trying to change hotels in high season is near to impossible). That means 6 breakfasts. Horrendous is one word that comes to mind to describe breakfasts. Soupy is a word that describes the scrambled eggs. Tasteless describes the cakes and pastries. Arrogant, rude, and slow are three words for service. I would recommend to anyone looking for a hotel in the mid-lake area of Lake Como to avoid Gran Hotel Cadenabbia. Go to Grand Hotel Tremezzo (in Tremezzo), Hotel du Lac (in Menaggio), or Hotel Belvedere (in Bellagio).
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