Overlooking the lakeside promenade of Lake Maggiore, near the historic center, Hotel Cannobio offers air-conditioned rooms with panoramic views of the lake and the surrounding mountains. Recently restored, it offers its guests the "La Scala" tavern and the new "Porto Vecchio" restaurant with a terrace overlooking the lake.
Hotel Cannobio History
In a picturesque central position on the seafront, between the blue reflections of Lake Maggiore and the frame of the pre-alpine mountains, the Cannobio Hotel rises with a refined sobriety, dominating the landscape since the end of the 18th century and becoming more and more famous for its guests illustrious people who stayed here. Giuseppe Verdi was already fascinated by the Albergo Canobbio, so much so that an anecdote links the birth of Aida to one of its rooms.
Completely restored and carefully renovated and adapted to modern needs, the Hotel Cannobio is now proposed in neoclassical style, where harmonious tones are embellished with majestic decorations and precious marbles. The attention to detail and elegant furnishings come together in a unique combination of lights, shapes and colors.
In the lively atmosphere of the historic center, Hotel Cannobio has rooms and suites with panoramic views, some of which have a terrace. The rooms, equipped with modern facilities, are all equipped with private bathroom, telephone, satellite TV, minibar, air conditioning and internet connection.
The Porto Vecchio Restaurant, located inside the structure, with its magnificent terrace overlooking the lake is the ideal place to taste the best local and Italian specialties.
In addition to the convenient covered parking nearby the hotel has a private beach, among the most beautiful of the lake, where you can relax in the sun or have fun with various water sports. For lovers of trips and excursions the back of the Valle Cannobina offers countless ideas to go in search of ancient customs and traditions. Also worthy of a visit is Carmine Superiore, an ancient village perched on a rock spur, and the Castelli di Cannero sites on two islets. More to the south Stresa with its lively social life and the Borromeo Islands, while to the north the Canton Ticino with its jewels Ascona and Lugana, the Brissago islands and valleys with unspoiled beauty where you can be enchanted by spectacular landscapes.