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Rooms, Suites & Apartments

Camera Standard & Business
Standard & Business
€140 - €180*a night

Standard & BusinessApprox. 25m2 double rooms with modern and elegant furnishings, equipped with all mod cons:

  • Safe
  • Fridge
  • 40” LED TV
  • Free Internet
  • Courtesy Set
  • Breakfast
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Baldacchino Camera Deluxe
Deluxe
€180 - €240*a night

DeluxeApprox. 35m2 double rooms with four-poster bed or dormeuse (third bed) with:

  • Safe
  • Fridge
  • 40” LED TV
  • Free Internet
  • Courtesy Set
  • Breakfast included
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Camera Junior Deluxe Lago di Como
Junior Deluxe
€160 - €210*a night

JR DeluxeDouble Deluxe room in Como with terrace

  • Safe
  • Fridge
  • 40” LED TV
  • Free Internet
  • Courtesy Set
  • Breakfast included
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Why Villa Liberty?

Private SPA

Private SPA with sauna, Turkish bath, sensory shower, whirlpool, relaxation area…

Gym

Gym with Technogym® equipment including treadmill, cross-trainer, exercise bike, wall bar…

Sun Terrace

Terrace with view of the lake equipped with loungers, tables and patio area for breakfast and pre-dinner drinks

Comfort

WiFi gratuito, TV 40″, cassaforte con caricatore universale, frigobar, prese USB…

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The Villa and Lake Como

Located just a stone’s throw from Lake Como, the Villa is an early 20th century Liberty-style building that was commissioned by Count Restelli. There are numerous nods to the floral style with parapets in wrought iron and wall decorations with horse chestnut leaves and a Medusa’s head decorated with leaves and twigs (the symbol of Villa Liberty). In the garden there are grottos, bridges and fairytale houses that evoke a pastoral, Art Nouveau-inspired world.

Villa Liberty is a 4-minute walk from Lake Como, close to the stunning Villa Olmo park. Como city centre can be reached on foot by following the lakeside path from which you can admire historic villas and rationalist monuments as well as the incredible panorama of Lake Como.

Described by “The Huffington Post” as the most beautiful lake in the world for its breathtaking panoramas and stunning villas, for centuries Lake Como has been frequented by historical figures and famous celebrities. Also known as the Lario, it is the deepest lake of glacial origin in Italy and is distinctive for its upside-down “Y” shape.