Located in Verbania, just a few minutes’walk from Pallanza, Grand Hotel Majestic provides an oasis of tranquillity with magnificent sweeping views over Lake Maggiore. Originally dating back to 1870 this impressive hotel has played host to many heads of state, artists and musicians including Claude Debussy and Arturo Toscanini.
Built in true Belle Epoque style it has been carefully restored to its original splendour by the Zuccari family, and the beautiful interiors and classically styled and spacious rooms and suites reflect refinement and sophistication.
Exquisite Italian cuisine and panoramic views over the lake can be savoured in the elegantly chic La Beola restaurant, and during the summer months, the Portico provides a delightful restaurant setting.
The enchantingly secluded gardens lead to a private jetty, boat mooring and small sandy beach at the lakeside, and additionally there’s a tennis court and wellness centre with indoor pool, plus locally, the area is wonderful for cycling, kayaking, walking and climbing, and golf.
Grand Hotel Majestic will confirm interconnecting rooms on a request basis.
A member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World.
Not all facilities are complimentary and are subject to seasonal demand.
Book before 30 April 2020 for discounts on stays between 10 April 2020 & 03 October 2020Request a quote
Book before 31 March 2021 for discounts on stays between 10 April 2021 & 03 October 2021Request a quote
For selected stays between 21 May 2020 & 12 September 2020 receive 1 free night in 7 and 2 free nights in 14.Request a quote
For selected stays between 10 April 2020 & 03 October 2020 receive 1 free night in 5 and 2 free nights in 10.Request a quote
Honeymooners receive a complimentary room upgrade (subject to availability on arrival). for bookings made between 07 April 2020 and 03 October 2020 and arrivals between 10 April 2020 and 03 October 2020. Prices apply to all rooms.. Certificate of marriage requiredRequest a quote
Next to a cycling route that traces the shore and a short walk to the botanical gardens of Villa Taranto with Japanese maples, water lilies and dahlias