Marina Hotel

The small, family-run Marina Hotel is a very comfortable base for people looking to explore the area. It welcomes you with an informal and homely atmosphere and provides you with all the amenities you need to enjoy a basic stay in Bardolino.

You can start your day with a continental breakfast and there are plenty of treats to set you up for a day of exploring. For lunch and dinner, just follow your nose as you’re surrounded by tasty restaurants. After dinner, you can relax in the bar and TV lounge back at base.

Overview of Bardolino

Bardolino is one of the most popular holiday resorts in Lake Garda. The lakefront atmosphere draws people back year after year, but there’s much more to Bardolino than just views across the lake.

When you choose Bardolino for your holiday to Lake Garda, you’ll have chance to experience the region’s winemaking industry, see classic architecture and relax in street-side bars where you can watch the world go by. For meals, the sunny piazzas are the places to be and street performers provide a typically Italian atmosphere.

Things to do in Bardolino

The Marina Hotel is in a really convenient area, just a few minutes away from Bardolino’s historic centre. From here, a short, pleasant stroll through the pedestrianised town will lead to the lakefront.

On the lakefront, incredible views are guaranteed and you’re also near the ferry port, so it’s easy to explore the rest of Lake Garda. Down on the front, the promenade runs for more than three kilometres towards Garda. It’s lined with cafes and bars so you can stop and soak up the scenery with a chilled refreshment.

In the old town, there’s medieval architecture including frescoed churches, old city walls and the ruins of a castle.

With culture on tap, plenty of history and Instagram-worthy views, Bardolino has everything you could possibly want from an Italian adventure and plenty more besides. Plus, the Marina Hotel’s the perfect base to see and experience it all.


Resort Summary

Known for its thriving atmosphere, Italian holidays to Bardolino conjure up images of relaxing days wandering between streetside cafés, browsing boutique shops and sipping cool beverages on sunny piazzas. The waterfront is a hub of activity, with the comings and goings of ferries transporting passengers across the water and a charming promenade which extends for 3km to Garda.

Brimming with history, Bardolino is home to an array of medieval architecture, including frescoed churches, old city walls and ruins from a 14th century castle. It’s also well known for its wine making industry, which dates back to the Roman era.