Not just a Boutique Hotel in the heart of Como,
but dozens of experiences to live.
Captivating design, refined furnishings, services
excellent, attention to customer needs,
wide choice of culinary proposals.
In Moltrasio, in an intimate and enveloping atmosphere that enhances the panorama of Lake Como, you can experience a unique and unforgettable taste experience.
The refined architecture, the ancient buildings, the squares
teeming with life, the lakeside avenues where you can stroll in
tranquility, the majestic monuments to admire.
Historical monument of Como, located near the DBH, is the Cathedral with the Broletto and the adjoining civic tower.
The Cathedral of Como, with its Gothic-Renaissance elegance dominates the urban architecture of the city. It is considered one of the most representative religious buildings in Northern Italy, and its uniqueness and beauty are a legacy of the almost 4 centuries it took to build it, from 1396 to 1740.
In addition to the Cathedral, the city hosts many famous buildings of Christian worship such as the Basilica of Sant'Abbondio (Romanesque style, 11th century), the Basilica of San Carpoforo (first basilica of the diocese of Como, 4th century) and the Basilica of San Fedele (Romanesque style, 11th century).
Como is the city of Alessandro Volta and there are several
attractions dedicated to him.
It is a Scientific Museum and displays several interesting objects and documents on the scientist who was also honored with the Volta Lighthouse. It is an octagonal tower erected in 1927 which stands out for 29 m (the structure is located in Brunate, a village connected to Como).
Here, in the evening, the nightlife lights up over which the famous statue of the chemist 'watches'.
Renowned modern sculpture 16m high and made in 2015 by Daniel Libeskind. It represents two opposing sinusoids and is placed in a precise point, in relation to two other works dedicated to Volta.
The numerous stately villas deserve a visit
surrounded by lush parks.
The largest residence on the Lario and a magnificent example of a neoclassical villa, Villa Olmo is one of the things not to be missed in Como.
Between 1782 and 1789 the splendid villa, the work of Simone Cantoni, was designed and built. The client, the Marquis Innocenzo Odescalchi, wanted a summer residence for his family overlooking Lake Como.