Eden Garda Hotel

The family-run Eden Garda Hotel is stylish and modern. The rooftop terrace comes with a whirlpool where you can admire the beautiful views of Garda. If you’re feeling thirsty, you can even call for bar service! Elsewhere, there’s a large outdoor pool and sun terrace surrounded by lush gardens.

Italy is world famous for its food and this hotel more than maintains the country’s reputation. It serves delicious buffet breakfasts and a great range of local and international treats in the evening. Even better, with dinner you also get unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks.

Overview of Garda

The ever-popular town of Garda sits on the lake’s eastern shore. Most visitors spend their holiday on the tree-lined promenade that sits next to the lake. It stretches out for almost two kilometres and provides fine views across the water.

Although the town’s largely a relaxing place for a holiday to Lake Garda, it comes alive in the evening when entertainers and local musicians take to the pedestrianised streets.

When you stay at the Eden Garda Hotel, you can enjoy a break at a pace that suits you. Choose from boat tours, leisurely walks and waterfront cafes.

Things to do in Garda

The Eden Garda Hotel is 1.5 kilometres away from Garda. The walk is downhill but, if you’d rather save your legs, the hotel runs a shuttle service a minimum of eight times a day.

If you’d like to spend your day enjoying the scenery and recharging your batteries, head to one of Garda’s beaches. You’ll spot a number of options when you stroll along the promenade, which is also lined by bars and restaurants.

In the evening, the centre of town is the place to be! Restaurant tables spill out onto the streets, so you can grab a chair and soak up the atmosphere.

With the stunning lake right on the doorstep, it’s easy to see why Garda’s such a popular holiday destination.


Resort Summary

With mountainous scenery and a stunning lake right on its doorstep, it’s easy to see why Garda is such a sought-after Italian holiday destination. One of the area’s busiest resorts, the town’s main hub is its sun-kissed promenade which extends for over a mile. Lined with streetside cafés and gelato shops, the waterfront makes for a pleasant stroll at any time of day.

Brimming with history and culture, Garda’s old town consists of winding, pedestrianised streets filled with intimate restaurants and boutique shops which stay open late into the evening.

When the sun goes down, the streets come alive with a vibrant atmosphere of live music and street performers – perfect for pre-dinner entertainment.