Villa Cordevigo Wine Relais

Italian Lakes, Italy

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Why we choose Villa Cordevigo Wine Relais

  • Perfect for weddings, the hotel has a private chapel on site that’s home to a collection of over 3,300 relics
  • All rooms are finely appointed with the ultimate in comfort: heating/air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, LCD SAT TV, Minibar, exclusive amenities by Dr Vranjes Firenze for Villa Cordevigo and more
  • The onsite winery cultivates 250 hectares of vineyards where nature is protected, tradition respected and excellence is the supreme value

Villa Cordevigo Wine Relais is a five-star country hotel with spa near alpine Lake Garda, 30 minutes from Verona and its summer opera festival. Surrounded by the owning family's Villabella estate of vineyards and olive groves.

Villa Cordevigo is an 18th century villa, historically the residence of noble families which over the course of the centuries have wrought wonderfully artistic changes to the sumptuous rooms of the villa, adding frescoes and works of art.

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We suggest

The Honeymoon Suite. This expansive suite measures over 47 square meters, and features a four-posted bed, a comfortable and antique sofa in the sitting room, vintage furnishings, a large marble bathroom with a whirlpool tub and beautiful views of the gorgeous property.

What you need to know about the hotel

  • The beautiful spa provides a range of treatments, including Ayurveda treatments. Plus, the spa features a soaking tub and a stunning lobby and relaxation room complete with an ornately painting ceiling 
  • Awarded with a coveted Michelin star, the Osleta restaurant features mouthwatering dishes inspired by Verona and chef Giuseppe D”Aquino (order the mouthwatering spaghetti with burrata or the cheek of fassone beef)
  • With awards and accolades from Wine Spectator, the Villa’s expansive wine collection and beautiful wine cellar is both inspiring and eclectic, with wines from all over the world

After an ambitious restoration project which has maintained the nature and soul of the villa, this beautiful place has turned into one of Italy’s most magical hotels, full of charm, art and history.

The villa’s grounds are just as meticulous as the rooms, with lush and verdant gardens exploding with bright flowers, ancient trees, free-flowing fountains and a historic chapel.

Where is it and what's nearby

  • Take advantage of the location in wine country and sample some of the area’s best varietals and the area’s hand pressed olive oils
  • Get out on Lake Garda, Italy’s largest lake. From biking around the water to sailing on it, there’s a multitude of ways to enjoy this picture-perfect body of water
  • No visit to Verona is complete without stopping by Juliet’s balcony, where thousands of letters to and from star-crossed lovers are placed yearly

Just ten minutes from Lake Garda in picturesque Verona, Villa Cordevigo Wine Relais is the ultimate wine-country escape.

How to enjoy Italian Lakes

The combination of high mountains framing the still waters of Italy’s northern lakes creates a place of unique perfection

  • South of Lake Maggiore are the Borromeo Islands, chock full of surprises like Baroque palaces, exotic plants and free-roaming animals
  • Hop a boat to Eremo di Santa Catarina del Sasso, whose cliff-hugging Hermitage is a spiritual and architectural powerhouse

The Italian lakes region proves that Italy is more than art and architecture. This chic district wows with a network of lakefront towns that entices celeb globetrotters to put down roots (we’re looking at you, George Clooney).

There are lakes throughout Italy, but when people talk about “The Lakes,” they mean this northern slice of heaven encompassing four major lakes: Como, Garda, Lugano and Maggiore. Lake Como gets all the love from celebrities, but don’t skip gems like the smaller Lake Orta, whose fairytale island houses a monastery.

This breathtaking region may be Italian in geography, but it feels like a whole other world. The living is more orderly and more formal—but with the same Italian flair, of course. Tourists flock here from all over, but locally, it’s a convenient weekend escape for the (very) wealthy of Milan. A fun game for tourists is debating which ultra-rich family has built the largest waterfront villa.

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    When to visit Italian Lakes

    Winter is a cold, damp bummer. Spring and autumn are great times for a visit, as is summer, though you may have to cope with some big thunderstorms as the humid air hits the edges of the Alps.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Villa Cordevigo Wine Relais, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Select Hotels & Resorts:

  • Complimentary Buffet breakfast for two daily
  • Complimentary early check-in and late check-out upon availability
  • Complimentary upgrade upon availability at time of check-in
  • 60-minute massage
  • Complimentary basic Wi-Fi

* Conditions apply

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