Meridiana Hotel

Once a relaxed 1950s villa, the Meridiana Hotel is now a charming family-run hotel in the heart of Sirmione’s historic old town. And as there are only 21 rooms at the hotel, you’re guaranteed a personal touch during your stay.

Each morning, enjoy continental breakfasts on the patio or in the dining room. The hotel also has a bistro that serves homemade food.

During your stay, head to the spectacular rooftop terrace with views of the lake and the pretty internal courtyard where you can relax with a book.

Overview of Sirmione

When you take a holiday to Lake Garda, you’ll be mesmerised by its sheer beauty. A diverse, idyllic landscape, here crystal-clear waters are backed by medieval forts and beautiful vineyards.

On your stay at the Meridiana Hotel in Sirmione, make the most of this charming peninsula town by visiting rustic beaches, enjoying some of the clearest waters on the lake and sipping on a cocktail in a waterside bar. Sirmione is known as the Belle of Lake Garda, and it’s easy to see why.

Things to do in Sirmione

The location of the Meridiana Hotel means you get the best of both worlds during your stay. It’s quiet but central, so you’re only a few minutes’ walk away from the lake and the ferry point.

For the finest view of the lake, head along the signposted trail that leads to Jamaica Beach – and pack a beach bag because you’re in for treat at the end.

You should also visit the town’s historic sites and thermal baths. Here, you’ll find terracotta buildings, narrow pedestrianised streets and panoramic views over the lake. You’ll also find bars and restaurants everywhere. These rustic spots offer some of the best food in Italy.

Sirmione is a peninsula that makes the most of its wonderful lake views. A charming and tranquil destination, it’s a place to fall in love.

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.