Il Sereno, awarded the title of “Most Anticipated New Luxury Hotel Opening in 2016” by Luxury Travel Advisor magazine, has opened and brings a new era of luxury to the banks of Italy’s iconic Lake Como.

This five-star boutique hotel is being established near Torno village, right on the eastern shore of the lake Como, with a spectacular 60-foot infinity pool extending over the lake. Its contemporary design—the outcome of a vision from the famous designer Patricia Urquiola—is a welcome change from the prevailing in the region ornate villas and Renaissance palazzos.

The 30 spacious rooms, ranging from 65 square meters in size to The Penthouse at 200+ square meters, all make full use of the natural light and awe-inspiring scenery with floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the peaceful waterfront. Keeping with the Sereno promise that there is no substitute for space and a view, this intimate yet sophisticated property complements the breath-taking mountains, and tranquil waters with ease.

Guests can relax at the hotel’s full-service spa, situated under original, century-old arches. The property features a private beach, as well as a dock, allowing guests to arrive via one of the hotel’s boats, custom-built by Ernesto Riva. The 60-foot-long freshwater infinity pool suspended over the lake is without a doubt one of Il Sereno’s show-stopping features, and the large sundeck is perfect for spending a leisurely afternoon under the Italian sun.

The hotel is less than 6km (4 miles) from the center of Como, just a short 8-minute drive; and approximately 50 minutes from both Milano Malpensa airport and the center of Milan. For ease of lake transportation, the hotel features its own private docking facilities and custom boats. Guests may arrive by boat, via helicopter or by car, and can visit the many exceptional locations the lake has to offer via water-taxi or via the hotel’s boat services. Our DMC partner in Italy, PRO MEET have already had a sneak preview of this amazing property and are ready to accept your groups.
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