Luna Hotel

The family-run Luna Hotel is proud of its attention to detail. The public areas include a lavish lounge with classic European sofas and chairs, while bedrooms have their own unique decor and design. Some even come with views of the lake.

Each morning, you’ll be treated to a gorgeous meal. This is taken in the contemporary breakfast room, which comes complete with tree-like pillars. If you want a change of scenery, you can also dine on the terrace that faces one of Sirmione’s cobbled streets. It’s a great spot to watch the resort wake up while you sip your morning coffee.

Overview of Sirmione

Sirmione is known as ‘the belle of Lake Garda’. It’s a place where historic sights meet thermal baths and visitors can see some of the clearest waters on the lake.

When you choose Sirmione for your holiday to Lake Garda, you can enjoy a relaxing stay on the lake. There’s plenty of history to explore, but most days are spent leisurely wandering through the town’s attractions. When you leave the Luna Hotel in the evening, you can sample the local food in the town’s restaurants, sip cocktails in the lakefront bars or shop in the local boutiques.

Things to do in Sirmione

When you want to get out and about, the centre of Sirmione is on the doorstep of the Luna Hotel. It’s also opposite the luxurious Aquaria Spa, so you can treat yourself to a dip in one of the thermal pools or book a treatment.

If you like to enjoy your history with a view, head to Scaligero Castle. It’s a moated castle that’s located where the peninsula joins the mainland.

If you’d rather chill out, wander to the rocky beaches that line the front. The main public beach is Jamaica Beach, and it’s particularly popular with families.

Sirmione’s a small town that’s easy to get around. You’ll love exploring the cobbled streets and taking in the views over the lake.

Resort Summary

Many of Sirmione’s hotels let you lap up the gorgeous views of Lake Garda from their pools, sun terraces or private beaches. But even if you’re staying more centrally, it’s a small town that’s easy to get around so you can walk to the shores in no time.

The historic centre of Sirmione is made up of terracotta buildings and narrow pedestrianised streets housing pavement cafes and classy boutiques beside more touristy shops. You can follow the signposted walk around the promontory for panoramic views across the lake and to get to Jamaica Beach, a great place to swim.