Sky Pool Hotel Sole

The Sky Pool Hotel Sole is one of Garda’s oldest hotels. It has undergone several transformations over the years, and is now home to a gorgeous rooftop terrace with a pool and a number of smart bedrooms.

The rooftop pool is a real highlight. During the day, it’s a great place to catch some rays, but in the evening, you can take in a great panorama of the sunset. The hotel’s airy restaurant serves an extensive buffet breakfast and high-quality evening meals. Not only that, but inside the hotel, there’s a lounge and there’s free Wi-Fi throughout.

Overview of Garda

Holidays to Lake Garda are all about unrivalled natural beauty and intriguing history. As a result, it’s no wonder the lake is continually voted as being among the most beautiful places in the world. Fortunately, the rooftop of the Sky Pool Hotel Sole is the perfect place to take in the views that have inspired a thousand novels, paintings and poems.

Named after one of the world’s most impressive and beautiful lakes, Garda has everything you’d expect for a traditional lakeside town. You can walk along the lake’s shores, take a cooling dip or catch a ferry across the water.

Things to do in Garda

The Sky Pool Hotel Sole is only a couple of minutes’ stroll from the centre of Garda. The tree-lined promenade at the front of the town is a real highlight. You can gaze over the water or you can take a gentle stroll along the coastline and soak up the view. There’s a bustling market on Fridays, too.

The old town brims with charm and history. The winding streets are a great place to experience the local way of life, but for even more history and culture, head to Punta San Vigilio, which was once a holiday destination of Winston Churchill.

With a stay in Garda, you can experience the lake and learn more about the history of this beautiful location.


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.