Villa Principe Leopoldo, fabulous luxury in Lugano

Once the house of Hohenzollem, a great German dynasty that ascended to the throne of the Prussian Kingdom since 1871. Today this historical building is a luxury resort in the town of Collina d’Oro,  at only 2 Km from the city of Lugano. The Hotel Villa Principe Leopoldo enjoys an astounding view of the city, with the lake and the surrounding mountains, among palms and camellias. The villa, which was inhabited by Prince Federico Leopoldo until his death in 1931, had been built at the end of the 19th century as the family’s summer residence. Before being turned into a hotel, the princely abode witnessed one hundred years of history: illustrious figures coming from the nobility of half of Europe were welcomed here either as residents or as guests.

The Villa offers 37 suites, including junior suites and deluxe rooms, all located in a very quiet position below the main terrace, arranged on two level, with balcony overlooking the garden. The Lake Suite, with a surface of about 130 sq meters, enjoys a breathtaking view on Lake Lugano, and consists in a bedroom, connected through the entrance hallway with a living room, terrace and bathroom. The Garden Suite, located at the corner of the building, has a terrace that offers direct and exclusive access to the garden. The bathroom is provided with Jacuzzi and separate toilet and shower.

The Residence, located opposite the Villa, features 38 pet-allowed rooms. To start the day, breakfast is served in the Limonaia, the winter garden with a breathtaking view on the lake and swimming pool. For gourmets, Principe Leopoldo Restaurant attracts customers from far beyond the borders of Lugano city. For over 25 years, Italian Chef Dario Ranza has offered exquisite meals gracefully served and total competence. Before ending your stay, indulge in the great pleasures of the sophisticated KISO Spa.

Villa Principe Leopoldo, a discreet and enveloping luxury, in a word: fabulous!

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