Splendid Palace Hotel

The Splendid Palace Hotel overlooks the bay of Limone and is the perfect place to relax or explore. The hotel’s hillside terraces provides guests with spectacular views of the lake.

There are two pools in the hotel’s grounds. There’s a main pool and a second pool down by the small lakeside beach. There’s also an indoor pool with a whirlpool.

On top of buffet breakfasts and four-course dinners, you get afternoon tea and unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks with your evening meals as part of the half-board package. There’s even a weekly gala dinner with live music to add to the holiday mood.

Overview of Limone

Limone is perched on a rocky cliff with sweeping views across Lake Garda and Monte Baldo. Holidays to Lake Garda are famous for their dramatic scenery and nowhere is this truer than in Limone. Here you can admire the crystal-clear waters, alpine mountains and rocky peaks. In Limone, there’s no shortage of natural wonders to admire.

It’s not all about the scenery in Limone, though, as the town is packed with history. Grab a drink in one of the bars that line the cobbled streets and the waiters will regale you with tales of the area’s past.

Things to do in Limone

The Splendid Palace Hotel is only a 10-minute walk away from the centre of Limone, which is accessed via steps and a slope. The town has a peaceful atmosphere where you can spend a relaxing day wandering around the cobbled streets, admiring the authentic Italian architecture and learning more about the area’s history.

The waterfront is lined by a promenade and a stroll along the front will take you past several beaches. If you want to cool down, you can take a swim in the lake or, if you’d rather explore, the ferry port is only a couple of minutes’ walk away from the hotel.

Experience the very best of Lake Garda with a stay at the Splendid Palace Hotel.

Resort Summary

Perched on a rocky cliff with sweeping views across Lake Garda and the Monte Baldo mountain, Limone is renowned for its spectacular surroundings. The town has a peaceful atmosphere, where relaxed days can be spent wandering around the cobbled streets, admiring the geranium-covered buildings and sipping an ice-cold spritz in a waterfront café.

Limone is also famous for its fragrant lemon groves that line the surrounding hills. Visitors on holiday to Italy can learn about the town’s intriguing history of cultivating citrus fruits at the Lemon Museum and garden, while there’s also the chance to take home a unique lemon-themed souvenir from one of the many gift shops.