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Currently staying at this hotel and had 5 nights here so far I have to say I am disappointed in the hotel and I still have 6 nights here. We paid a lot for this hotel and it's by no means 4 star. I would...More
The rooms are tiny and not so recently refurbished. Pool area is small and kind of modest. Beach is not swimmable for children and smaller adults (to deep right from the shore) and accessible only by crossing a quite busy motorway (danger to kids). You...More
We have stayed here four times now, so know it very well. The location is perfect, on the edge of the lake with access across the lakeside road to the shore if needed. A lot of rooms in various buildings, all with views or limited...More
We stayed just one night at the Leonardo Da Vinci, overlooking Lago di Garda. For just 80 euros (a late Trivago.com deal) the price was fully inclusive of breakfast, lunch, dinner and all your drinks, we weren't expecting too much.
We needn't have worried.
I've just returned from a weeks all inclusive with TUI staying at Leonardo Di Vinci Hotel, Sul Garda. I thought the hotel was charming. Not modern by any standards but clean with an indoor pool and two outdoor pools as well as a small shingle...More
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There was always a choice of fish/seafood every night. Cuttlefish was my least favourite but worth a try, Other fish was lovely. Large selection of meats and always a chef carving a fresh different joint each night. No... More
There was always a choice of fish/seafood every night. Cuttlefish was my least favourite but worth a try, Other fish was lovely. Large selection of meats and always a chef carving a fresh different joint each night. No live cooking shows but food was great.