Virginia Hotel

The Virginia Hotel is a little gem of a hotel that sits close to the lake in a quiet residential area.

This hotel is family run and full of charm. In the morning, you can tuck into a delicious buffet breakfast before heading out to explore Garda. In the evening when you return, there’s a bar and a lounge where you can enjoy a quiet drink.

Rooms are traditional and simple in design, but each comes with a satellite TV, a hairdryer, a safe and air-conditioning in summer.

Overview of Garda

Garda’s a stunning lakeside resort full of history and Italian charm. It’s one of the most popular places for a holiday to Lake Garda and, as soon as you arrive at the Virginia Hotel, you’ll see exactly why.

With the lake on the doorstep and beautiful mountain scenery behind, there are gorgeous views no matter where you look. Plus, the sun-kissed promenade at the front of the resort makes it easy to explore the beauty of the lake. When you’d rather enjoy a spot of history and culture, head to the pedestrianised streets of the old town.

Things to do in Garda

The Virginia Hotel is directly between the centre of Garda and the lake, so you get the best of both worlds during your stay.

By the lake, you can take a walk along the promenade and enjoy the views in a bar or restaurant. For a change, take your towel and find a spot on one of the beaches that line the side of the lake. To see even more of this beautiful body of water, head to the ferry departure point.

In the evening, the old town of Garda comes alive with street performers and musicians. Many of the traditional pizzerias and restaurants have outdoor tables so you can sample the ambience. Experience Lake Garda at its very best with a stay in the historic and beautiful town of Garda.

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.