Hotel Palme & Suite
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#43 of 48 hotels in Garda
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Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Garda, Hotel Palme & Suite is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Palme & Suite makes it easy to enjoy the best of Garda.

The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as internet access is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.

Hotel Palme & Suite features 24 hour front desk. In addition, as a valued Hotel Palme & Suite guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.

While staying at Hotel Palme & Suite, visitors can check out Torre dell’Orologio (0.3 mi) and Palazzo Carlotti (0.4 mi), some of Garda's top attractions.

Garda has plenty of pubs. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Pegaso, Bar Doria Garda, and Hotel Tre Corone, which are serving up some great dishes.

Looking to explore? Then look no further than Lungolago di Garda (0.3 mi) and Parrocchia di Santa Maria Assunta (0.3 mi), which are some popular Garda attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.

Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Palme & Suite is sure to make your visit to Garda one worth remembering.

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Free parking
Outdoor pool
Free breakfast
Bar / lounge
24-hour front desk
Breakfast buffet
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
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Non-smoking rooms
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English, German, Italian


Via Don Carlo Gnocchi 28, 37016 Garda Italy
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Ruth Q wrote a review Aug 2022
3.0 of 5 bubbles
A very basic hotel, the rooms are very outdated, uncomfortable beds and flat pillows. No sockets in the rooms that take the eu plug they all take a three pronged plug. The wifi does not reach the rooms it’s only available in reception which is always packed with children due to this. There were no tea or coffee facilities in the room or even a fridge to keep items cold. The aircon was good but cut out on us and they wouldn’t move our room. The breakfast is alright but basic and the coffee is undrinkable. The first night their we arrived around 8pm and just wanted something basic to eat, we went to the dinner provided in the basement, the staff made us feel unwelcome, did not explain the obscure way of ordering properly and the food was nearly inedible. The only saving grace of this holiday were the pools and Livia who works in the bar, she was the only staff member who made us feel welcome and happy to see us. The rest of the staff could learn a lot from her. The room and bathroom was also infested with ants and we woke up each morning covered in bites
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Avoid if possible, if you’re not going to spend much/any time in the hotel it’s the perfect place...
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Aina W wrote a review Aug 2023
Sparbu, Norway
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel is perfectly located near Garda town, only a few minutes walk to the waterfront. Easy to find if you come by car.
The hotel is worn due to aging, but it is still clean and cosy. Staff is very friendly and to me that made up for whatever "beauty defects" there were. Breakfast is satisfactory. Nice poolarea and good service from the pizzeria by the pool. Recommend for families with children.
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Date of stay: July 2023
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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JD1999 wrote a review Mar 2024
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our 2nd stay here - the first one was pre-covid.
The decor and facilities are all a little dated - they don’t appear to have been updated since our first visit.
Our room this time was on the ground floor, and with a large terrace (with no view) that was in need of attention.
The service is what makes this hotel, though. All the staff are helpful and friendly.
It’s in a good position, about a 5 minute walk to the bus station, and 10 minute walk to the lakeside.
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Date of stay: August 2023
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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cherrypicker897 wrote a review Sept 2023
Lewes, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Surrounded by trees first impressions were good. The hotel is dated but value for money.

Interior decoration is good. Our room was fine with a king size bed and a single bed. Nice view from the balcony (we were on the second floor). Bathroom was compact but adequate including bidet.

Public areas were pleasant and everywhere very clean.

Two swimming pools, the main one is a uniform 1.6 metres (5' 2'')so only suitable for serious swimming. Small pool is sloping. Areas around pools badly in need of maintenance. Plenty of shade with trees and parasols. Loads of sun beds all new. Food and drink service good.

Live entertainment twice a week, good.

Restaurant. Allocated table for whole stay. Breakfast was very good. Evening meal, two sittings. We went once but not an experience we wished to repeat but to be fair everyone else seemed to be enjoying it. Lakefront ten minutes walk away and meals in town reasonably priced.

British guests rare. Nearly all German. I like the Germans but sometimes nice to chat to fellow Brits.

All the staff were fine.
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Date of stay: September 2023
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip:  Views from lower floors not all good. Ask for higher floors which can be gained by stairs or lift.
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Vaclav wrote a review Jul 2022
Kolin, Czech Republic
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We where there first time with our children and certainly not the last time :-) Super position near Garda old city center, walk few minutes. Very quite place. Breakfest full tables (only coffee from the machine I can´t drunk - it was not coffee), Dinners good choice. For our 4days trip by Gardalake very nice place.
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Date of stay: July 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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truthtellers wrote a review Jul 2006
Manchester UK
4.0 of 5 bubbles
My Wife & I visited the Palme Hotel some 10 minutes walk downhill, through the park, to the lakeside. Of course, the return from the town/lake is uphill but not too tiresome.
The Hotel is quirky, to quote my Wife. The Reception area is detatched from the rest of the complex and it is necessary to leave the area reserved for accommodation in order to reach the Dining Room. Rooms are spacious and kept very clean by the staff.
The pool is very good but is of one depth of about 2 meters. There is no signage to indicate this so be careful with children or poor swimmers. Food is good but the ants seem to attend for breakfast! Don't let this deter you from making a booking because when you meet the Head Waiter Raphael, you will find a cheerful and likeable guy.
We were there when Italy won the World Cup and you can imagine the atmosphere when the game was over - several of the waiters jumped into the pool.
Take care with the sunshine. The temperature at present is in the high 30's centigrade and will increase through the Summer and begin to cool at the end of August. Garda, being on the eastern side of Lake garda is ideally situated for trips out to Venice, The Dolomites and Verona among others but a visit to Monte Baldo is a must! The cable car trip to the top is in two stages and the view is magnificent (on a clear day). This is a bus ride north costing 1.2 Euros return from the bus station. The buses are comfortable and clean.

My E Mail address is if you need any more information.
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helejay wrote a review Sept 2006
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Having had not much luck finding any info on this hotel apart from on this website, we were a little sceptical about our bargain of a holiday (last minute bargain!!) but we neednt have worried. We had a lovely time, everything was just lovely including the hotel, food (buffet breakfast-continental, fruit, cereals, rolls and jams, fruit juice, tea or coffee; 4 Courses for dinner in the evening, 1st course salad buffet, 2nd course choice of pasta or soup, main course fish, meat or vegetables, dessert -a very large choice all of which were lovely, esp the Tiramisu!!!), staff, hotel room, Garda itself, the weather and the fantastic scenery!!! We booked with Sunstart ( part of First choice), and couldnt fault our rep (jeff) or the services of First choice, flights and everything were on time. There is so much to see and do that you definately won't be spending much time at the hotel. We went to Venice for the day with Lago tourist (office just past the hotel biseti), would highly recommend this trip, also Lazise is worth visiting, we went there on the ferry and decided to walk back to garda which took about 2 1/2hrs including a stop in Bardalino for a drink, wearing a comfy pair of shoes is a must cos its a long way in the heat of the day!!!! Also went to Malcesine which is beautiful with lots of shops, a trip in the cable car is a must too. The views up the top of Monte Baldo are breathtaking, cable car can get abit cramped but all good fun!!! we were extremely lucky with the weather, clear blue skies and lovely warm every day, a bit chilly of an evening down on the edge of the lake so just a light jacket is needed. The ferries are good but get abit crowded at times and abit expensive, the local bus service is much cheaper and quicker but they can get very crowded too (abit like "how many people can we fit into a bus and still shut the doors!!!") the buses are very clean but dont forget to validate your ticket in the yellow box as you enter the bus, you can get a hefty fine if you dont!!! Make sure you have plenty of camera film or camera memory space, just had my photos developed took 162 pics in one week!! There is some confusion about which is the hotel Palme, Hotel Royale & Hotel Suite as they are all owned by the same hotel chain, First along the road is the Palme, then the Suite next door (which you can use both swimming pools), then slightly further up the road is the Royale. We were glad that we chose the Palme as it looked to have more character. We will definately be going back to Hotel Palme in garda again, hopefully next year!!!!
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Date of stay: September 2006
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Ali-Carl wrote a review Aug 2006
Poynton, Cheshire
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Having received the details of this hotel from our travel operator, I looked for reviews and opinions of people who had stayed there before. The responses were varied but inevitably suggested faults rather than positive remarks. Our family of four stayed at the Hotel Palme for four days as part of a Speedway motorcycle grand prix trip and I am happy to report on here that we found the hotel to be satisfactory and we were not disappointed. The rooms were clean, the shower was excellent, beds were comfy and the air conditioning functioning well. The pool was clean and on entry to the pool area there is a sign to indicate that the depth is 1.6m throughout; the depth of the junior pool is also displayed.
The bar and waiting on staff were helpful and polite. Some spoke more English than others but hey, we were not in England.
The area around the lake is about five mintutes to walk to from the hotel and it was lovely to sit and watch the world go by. There are a multitude of cafes and also fabulous fashion and shoe shops.
Venice and Verona are reasonably close by. Both were very busy and in July it was around 40 C so be warned! It is hard to find anywhere to sit in the shade as most cafes will charge high rates for sitting under a parasol for a drink and the shops don't like you to sit on their wide sills. Take an umbrella for some shade.
All in all, ours was a short visit but we will certainly go again. So don't just rely on the reviews that you read, why not go there and see what you think?
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Date of stay: July 2006
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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technoman2 wrote a review Jun 2016
East Sussex, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Firstly our trip was with Thompson Lakes and Mountains and we booked it around 6 weeks before departure. The flight from Gatwick was delayed 30 mins and took off at 8.20 we arrived at the hotel at 1.20pm and there was a major thunderstorm and we got soaked having to walk 50 yds up the drive to the hotel. Thomson rate the hotel as 2 star but its official rating is 3 star so you need to pay 7 euro Tourist tax per person, on arrival, for a week. The room was not quite ready when we arrived so we had a drink in the bar and collected room key at 2.30. The bar area is nice and comfortable with both inside and outside tables with friendly attentive staff.

The room was ok, yes the bed frames and wardrobes are dark oak but the beds we found very comfortable and although you could say it needs a revamp I have stayed in places in Greece a lot worse than this. The shower was always hot and the whole room and shower area was spotlessly cleaned by the maid each day. Why people keep banging on about the towels is beyond me, I’m a 46 inch chest and 6 foot tall and managed to dry myself ok and there is the hairdryer to finish off if you still feel damp.
We took a 9 inch fan in our case (bought from Asda for £6) and it was a godsend as it could be a bit stuffy in the evening without the aircon and was not a weight issue as we had 20kg allowance each. If people want to look at the balcony ceiling instead of the beautiful gardens then they need to get a life. There is also a free safe in the room which offsets the Tourist tax payment.

There are two pools and a children’s pool one which is quieter - to the left of the hotel as you come out the front entrance. The pool in the online literature is outside the Palme Suite as you come out of the main hotel entrance to the right. The pools are both clean but as some people have mentioned before the sunbeds are not comfortable even if you lay your own towel on them (which are not supplied by the way and no mattresses). If you are planning on sunbathing for long periods and you have room in your case then bring a thin sunbed mattress or lilo’s as they are around 10 euro each in the shops.

There was a duo singing in the bar area on Tuesday and Wednesday evening until 11pm - we were on the first floor above the bar and the noise didn’t bother us with the door closed. The price of drinks in the hotel were similar to the bars and restaurants on the water front. Coffee 2.5 Euro; small beer 0.2 ltr 2.5 Euro; 330ml Nastro Assuro beer 3.5 Euro; soft drink 2.5 Euro; Aperol Spritzer and Hugo Spritzer 5 Euro. Pizza between 8-10 Euro and ciabatta sandwich 4 Euro.

The Restaurant
We ate every evening at the hotel so can give a fair appraisal of the food.
Firstly there are 2 sittings one at 6.30pm and one at 8pm you had the same table everyday and it did not matter if you went down at 6.30 or 8pm. The important thing is that you go down within 10 mins of those times as its like a military operation –you can have salad and/or soup first, then the pasta dish is brought around 6.50 and the main course of meat or fish about 20 mins later. We did both time slots and found the later one quieter but the salad bar was a bit decimated but still ok. My wife does not eat fish and two of the meat meals were not good for her, these were the chicken leg which was a little overcooked and the pork shank. The lasagne was the best pasta dish and I would not have the pasta dumplings again and would stick to the tomato based pasta sauce dishes. Tiramisu pudding was lovely as was the mixed fruit.
The selection at breakfast was good with cereals, cakes, bread rolls and jams. Fried eggs and frankfurter sausages were ok but the bacon was dire.

Now some useful information.

As you come out of the hotel walk down the road about 100yd and on the right hand side is the tourist information office - bus and ferry timetables available here also we picked up street maps for Verona. Going past the info office to the junction turn left and the bus station is 50 yds on the left. The lake is 100 yds across the junction.

We purchased a 3 day bus pass for 20 euro each and this was fantastic value. We did Malcesine (pronounced Mal Chez nee) the first day - takes around 35 mins on the bus and 1hour and 30 mins on the boat from Garda and is a very nice place. If you go in the castle and are not steady on your feet do not try to go to the top of the tower you can see pretty much the same from the first level, but the castle is worth a visit for 6 euro ( you may be able to get a discount with your 3 day or one day bus pass see the back of bus timetable). We went from here across to Limone by ferry -13 euro return although there are some smaller boats for 9 euro return. Limone is a lovely little place as well with lots of quaint streets and some pricey shops.
We then went to Sirmione by bus, now this was a bit awkward as you get the 483 or 484 bus to San Benedetto and get off the bus to pick up the 026 which was supposed to come 15 minute later but did not turn up! So 40 mins later another bus came past and we put out a hand in the off chance and it did stop at Sirmione so we were lucky. Sirmione is nice but the castle is closed on a Monday which to be honest did not bother us as we had dome Malcesine the day before. Because of the bus situation we got a ferry back to Garda at a cost of 13 Euro each. Now this is just my opinion, a short ferry trip is ok but after an hour on the boat to Garda I found the outside plastic seats very uncomfortable - much preferred the bus journeys. A day hop on ticket for the ferries is 23.40 euro.

On Tuesday we went to Verona ( not to be missed) we got the bus 163 to Verona which did go through some of the villages and took about 1hr 20 mins but on the return we got the 185 bus which only takes about 55 minutes. The architecture and narrow streets are lovely as is the Juliet balcony and it is a place I’m glad we did not miss.

Wednesday we did Lazise but it was market day which did obstruct some of the nice view but it all disappears by 2.30pm so it did not spoil our visit too much. Another pretty place with nice flower displays. Then we got the bus back to Bardolino which has a nice promenade area, bars and ice-cream shop. It’s about 4km from here to Garda and is a pleasant walk if you are fit and takes around an hour - there are bars and benches along the way.

Thursday we went to Peschiera walked along the promenade from where we got off the bus about 400 yds and this brings you to a beach area with bars and pedallos.
Coming back to the town there are nice little streets and alleyways to explore (lovely Venetian architecture) or a short river tour and there are some nice riverside bars -although the first one we came to was busy but the ones further along we managed to get a table easily and a couple of pizza and 2 drinks for under 30 euro.

Our last day Friday we took the bus to Riva Del Garda at the top of the lake and it is one of our favourite places. The price of a return ticket is 9.6 euro so we bought a One Day ticket for 10 euro and went to Torri del Benaco on the way back - which again is a lovely place for a short visit.

Let’s not forget Garda, our base, which I’m truly glad we chose as our resort as it’s halfway along the lake and easy to get either end of the lake in around an hour. With its nice little alleyways and bars and lit evening promenade it’s great place to stay.

Top Tips

Get your tickets at the bus station NOT on the bus or at tobacco shops. A couple we spoke to paid twice the price for tickets in the tobacco shops, whereas in the Thomson info booklet it says the price to pay on the bus is only 80 cents more than at the station.

It seems to me to be 50% more expensive than Spain and I would allow 120 euro per day as a guide for a couple - excluding any trips with tour operator, but to cover lunches, bus tickets, boat tickets and drinks in the evening.

The Andromeda ferry boat that leaves around 11am from Garda ferry port to Malcesine looks the best boat we saw and it left at that time on 2 occasions.

Ignore the whingers and moaners and just enjoy the hotel and Lake Garda. The walk down the road to the lake front is uneven on the hotel side of the road but ok on the other side, only a slight incline, not up a steep slope.

Thomson rate this as 2 star and I would say between 2 and 3 is about right so don’t expect 4 or 5 star facilities. My rating is based on this fact and what we experienced including location and friendly staff.

Take a small brolly or buy a large one there for about 8 euro as the weather can change very quickly. We luckily had sunshine by day and rain at night, except one day which was like a car wash!! But you don’t get beautiful scenery like that without a drop of rain!

Lastly there is no familiar rolling tobacco at Verona airport i.e Drum, Golden Virginia or Amber leaf so use the Tabacchi in the towns to buy some apx 7.8 euro for 40gram pouch Not 50 gram.
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Date of stay: June 2016
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Alicia W wrote a review May 2014
Birmingham, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
I havent stayed in Garda before and the town itself is really nice, the hotel is in a very good location Cant complain about that, and about 10-15 minute walk to the Lake. I stayed half Board at this hotel, firstly you have an assigned seat that you have for your entire stay in the restaurant for breakfast and dinner this is a good idea, but you ONLY get the evening meal, you DO NOT get any drinks included in your meal. The food however was very nice and you get alot of it which was great and the people in the restaurant were very nice too. Breakfast was okay which you can choose from tea, coffee, cereal, fruitbread etc.
The room was alright, but seems like its fading a little as well as the overall hotel and could do with a little maintenance, but there was some great views from the balcony. Also you will always find a deckchair at the swimming pool, but the pool itself was freezing!
There was a lot of different cultures at the hotel ie Languages, and the staff could understand both English and the German Speaking customers.
As I am quite young, I like to have wi-fi but was not paying 4 euros a day at the hotel to use it, so a tip would be to walk to the lake there is free wifi all around there :)
An okay trip overall and the reps were really nice people (inghams)
You get what you paid for
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Date of stay: May 2014
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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MichelleAM3 asked a question Apr 2019
Fleet, England, United Kingdom61 contributions14 helpful votes
Hi, How easy is it to get to Movieland or Gardaland theme parks please?
Answer from karen r
16 contributions1 helpful vote
No l’ideale never on our agenda sorry
RomaSouthTyneside asked a question Sept 2018
Boldon, United Kingdom76 contributions80 helpful votes
Could you tell me if they have pool towels or if we should bring some? Thanks
Answer from Deegirl43
Shepperton, United Kingdom36 contributions60 helpful votes
They don't offer pool towels at the Hotel Palme. They ask you to use your towel from the bathroom instead. it would be better to take your own beach towels with you. Towels can be bought at the shops around the lake but they are very expensive compared to at home, starting from 12 euros each.
Answer from Rex Veganosaurus
51 contributions61 helpful votes
You can get a local bus from outside the terminal building to Garda bus station for about 6 euro on ATV line bus 164. But it takes around 1 hour.
Michelle asked a question May 2018
United Kingdom1 contribution2 helpful votes
Hi. Is there a fridge in the room?
Answer from mandyjones408
Manchester, United Kingdom16 contributions5 helpful votes
Sadly not but reception will put things in theirs if you ask, they offered this service to us, but we didn't end up needing it.
gwengrey asked a question Mar 2018
Durham, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
how deep is the pool?
DBR66 wrote a tip Jun 2024
United Kingdom73 contributions34 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"I would not recommend this hotel unless wanting a budget experience Take a travel kettle, no facilities in room, cups anything.."
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cherrypicker897 wrote a tip Sept 2023
Lewes, United Kingdom11 contributions2 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
" Views from lower floors not all good. Ask for higher floors which can be gained by stairs or lift."
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Ruth Q wrote a tip Aug 2022
5 contributions1 helpful vote
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Avoid if possible, if you’re not going to spend much/any time in the hotel it’s the perfect place to go"
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Esther wrote a tip Sept 2021
Soenderborg, Denmark2 contributions1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Misguiding room pictures and nothing more than a low budget hotel"
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sean s wrote a tip May 2020
11 contributions28 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"top floor rooms at the front are sun traps"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Palme & Suite
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Palme & Suite?
Nearby attractions include Osteria Can e Gato (0.3 miles), Parrocchia di Santa Maria Assunta (0.3 miles), and Torre dell’Orologio (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Palme & Suite?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Palme & Suite?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Palme & Suite?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Palme & Suite?
Conveniently located restaurants include Pegaso, Trattoria Pizzeria Jolly, and Trattoria Enoteca Al Graspo.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Palme & Suite?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Hotel Palme & Suite located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the centre of Garda.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Palme & Suite?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Palme & Suite?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Chiesa Parrocchiale Dei Santi Nicolò E Severo (2.1 miles), Palazzo dei Capitani del Comune di Garda (0.3 miles), and Villa degli Albertini (0.3 miles).
Is Hotel Palme & Suite accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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