Villa d'Este is located on the shores of Lake Como. Villa d’Este is one of the most romantic settings in the world, is considered one of the most beautiful architectural works of the sixteenth century. Designed by Pellegrino Pellegrini called “Il Tibaldi”, and famous architect of the time, it is surrounded by a private park with centennial plants where you can admire the Nympheum by Pellegrino Pellegrini, the Hercules Fountain and the Telemachus Statue. In its halls you can admire fascinating works of art including some from the French school, others from the Canova school and decorations by Andrea Appiani.
Built in 1568 as the summer residence of Cardinal Tolomeo Gallio, it was transformed into a luxury hotel in 1873, becoming a favourite destination for the European aristocracy.
The Villa contains 152 rooms , each designed with its own style and colours, and elegantly furnished with antique furniture, paintings and prints, silks, velvet and luxurious marble bathrooms. Villa d’Este is surrounded by 25 acres of enchanting park with centennial trees, statues and colourful flowers.
Dress: Virgos Lounge
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