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Reviewed 14 December 2015

Amazing experience in this elegant hotel with history and character.
Rooms: nice with lovely views to the lakes, they need new mattress (firm). Bathroom is necessary to check bcs sometimes it makes strange sounds but not always.
Restaurant: excellent choice food and wine.
Service: Good service, nothing to complain.
Pool: it's good not too big but good enough
Location: near by the little town and the boulevard.

Date of stay: July 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Ladyintown
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Reviewed 13 December 2015

Most hotels along Lake Maggiore are elegant looking properties with beautiful landscaping. Regina Hotel was a short walking distance to lots of shops and restaurants. Great chocolate stores. Hotel itself was like walking into the past. Our room was huge and facing the Lake - so lucky. We were able to open the window and stand on the balcony which was filled with flowered vines. Hardwood floors and lots of marble and a crystal chandelier - large bathroom too. Free slippers and bathrobes were in the room. Service was excellent in the bar. Restaurant was large but we only did the free breakfast buffet which was fine. Service slow in restaurant. Not sure if any of the waitstaff spoke a lot of English.

About a 45 minute ride to Lucarno Switzerland.

We took a boat ride to Isola dei Pescatori for dinner (short walk to boat dock) - fish was excellent!

Room tip: Top floors offer best views
Date of stay: September 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Dee M
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Reviewed 11 December 2015

Stayed at Regina Palace as part of International Congress. Great location and the property has old world charm from lounge area, display cases and rooms. We had Lake view room which was very comfortable. The meals were very enjoyable and the dinning room staff very professional.
The only issue is no matter what time you arrive you can not complete check in until 2pm. This puts a lot of pressure on staff from 2-3.30 and a bit frustrating when you have flown 23 hours to get to Italy then had 1 hour in transport.
Maybe that adds to the charm.
Conference rooms were great and the pool and gardens show that this would be a popular hotel in the summer season.

Date of stay: October 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Rinso51
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Reviewed 19 November 2015

Built at the turn of the century, the Regina Palace is wonderfully opulent - almost but not quite over the top. Gold and stained glass in the elaborate doors, multi-coloured marble floors, gilt furniture in cozy groupings in the huge lounge, tiny but exquisitely decorated elevators.
But the real magic is in the setting. A vast green lawn with formal Italian gardens slopes down towards beautiful Lago Maggiore - islands in the distance, mountains in the background. We had only a partial lake view but the balcony rooms overlooking the lake would offer spectacular views. Since our trip was in October, we didn't use the pool but it's behind the hotel in a park-like setting.
Our room was small but lovely, in the same period style as the rest of the hotel. Warning: Italian hotel beds tend to be very firm and these were no exception. As a senior with hip issues, I was glad of the foam I'd brought along. The bathroom was a good size with the ubiquitous bidet and a huge jacuzzi tub. We didn't try the jacuzzi feature so can't speak to it. The sides of the tub were very high but we didn't have any trouble climbing in. A flexible shower head and a partial glass barrier allowed us to use the tub easily as a shower. Another couple in our group complained about their tiny shower so it would be best to ask in advance. A few reviewers have complained about noise which surprises me - our room was very quiet.
Breakfast was plentiful - excellent cold cuts (ham in Northern Italy is the best I've eaten), yogurt, cereals, sweet cakes, cheeses, some hot items and an individually ordered espresso drink of our choice. The only negatives were the dry bread and the scrambled eggs, or should I say scrambled egg soup. Apparently someone complained about it and the manager said that he'd never had a complaint before - hard to believe.
The Regina Palace is an excellent base, minutes from the centre of Stresa, close to the ferries over to the various islands in the lakes and central to exploring other towns and lakes in this breath-taking region.

Room tip: Choose a lake view room.
Date of stay: October 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Laura M
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Reviewed 8 November 2015

This hotel was in the heart of Stresa. Walk 100 yards to Lake Maggiore across the street. The view is worth it.
Rooms either have a balcony side or water view. Lovely looking rooms small refrig, nice dark drapes for sleeping, flat screen TV, good water pressure, big bath tubs, hair dryer and very nice staff. I loved walking the staircase instead of elevator. Grand looking and the furniture is very nice. Wifi in your rooms, and clean hallways. Guys in the middle of the floors you can use a free shoe shine machine. Women have nice shampoo. I enjoyed the fresh fruit and great breakfast. My only issue was with toilet and noise from floors above me. The walls must be thin so I suggest you keep the fan on all night long. Walk to the coffee shop on your left and wine shop is at the end of the street. Each Saturday in the summer and fall they have a nice farmers market. Take the boat ride across the street to the island too. Beautiful place. Recommended.

Room tip: Ask for a room on the third floor with a lake view
Date of stay: November 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank laverykj
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