Torbole hotels are available in a range of prices to suit every budget. From cozy guesthouses to villas and apartments for rent, visitors will find exactly what they’re looking for in this picturesque town. Adventurous travelers will want to explore the Veneto beyond the historic city of Verona, and Torbole is a beautiful stop, a fifteenth-century town on the north shores of Lake Garda. While some travelers simply stop into Torbole for the day to walk around and have a meal, others are intrigued by its history and want to stay a couple days.
Torbole hotels have a range of appealing amenities. If you’re looking for a hotel with a pool, choose Club Hotel La Vela or the Hotel Caraval. The Hotel la Vela has 57 guestrooms and junior suites, all with private bathrooms and nearly all with balconies. There are also two- and three-bedroom apartments that can host up to seven people. The Hotel Caraval has great sports access and offers all inclusive packages, something that isn’t a given at all Nago Torbole Hotels. Located very close to the shore of the lake, the Caraval has guest rooms, junior suites, and classic and superior rooms, all with large balconies.
Other popular four star hotels include the Hotel Continental (pictured), Hotel Lago di Garda, the Hotel Lido Blu, and the Hotel Piccolo Mondo. The Hotel Continental, for instance, is a great place to stay if you’re looking for peace and quiet, as it’s in a peaceful area in Nago-Torbole rather than very close to the lake and the crowds. There are 97 rooms, all of which are elegantly decorated and air conditioned, and they also each have minibars and a balcony with panoramic views of the surrounding vineyards. The Lago di Garda, Lido Blu, and Piccolo Mondo are all closer to the lake itself, so if you’re here for the water and plan to spend most of your time there, any of these hotels would be a great choice.
For something in a slightly cheaper price range, check out three star hotels. These offer the same excellent views of Lake Garda, but with less amenities and services. Some of the top three star options include Aktiv Hotel Santa Lucia, Albergo Angelini and Albergo Centrale. Some travelers want to explore other areas of Lake Garda beyond Torbole as well. Another beautiful village to visit is Malcesine. This historic village also has a wide range of hotels and access to boating and other lake activities. If you’re the type of traveler that prefers to stay in one place, there are other Torbole accommodations to choose from as well. Two-star Torbole hotels are affordable and cozy, and options include Albergo Monte Baldo, Garni Casa Morandi, and Garni Casa Romani.
Another two-star option, the Casa Nataly is a great option among the Nago Torbole hotels for travelers seeking something with the comforts of home. This quiet B&B is located on a picturesque square in the old city, between the center of Torbole and the lake. There are rooms with private bathrooms, and some have balconies as well. There are also four-person apartments that have kitchenettes, private bathrooms, washing machines, and living rooms, making the Casa Nataly a great accommodation option if you plan to stay a while.
If you’re wondering how to narrow down your choices for Torbole accommodations, one way is to read reviews from fellow travelers. Comments from travelers who have recently visited a hotel can provide up to date information that you won’t find simply by browsing the website of a hotel. While it is important to do a little research about hotels, the town of Torbole in general provides cozy, clean, affordable accommodation options. The summer season is busiest, so during these months, it is essential to book ahead. Outside of the summer, spontaneity is possible when exploring Torbole, Verona, and beyond.
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