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Let the team at Hotels.com find you your dream hotel room in Bellagio. Working together with the best hotels in Bellagio, we have created a superb list of accommodation, with options to suit all aspirations and budgets. Whether you want to be close to all of the main tourist attractions, or whether you are seeking an elegant romantic retreat, you are sure to find several items to inspire you on our list of Bellagio Hotels. All of the Bellagio Hotels on our list are accompanied by photos and also by reviews from previous guests. We want you to have all of the information that you need about your hotel, so that you can be sure when you book it that it is the perfect place for you. Situated on the stunning Lake Como, Bellagio is a resort that offers you great scenery, opportunities for pampering, and plenty of cultural attractions as well.

What's Bellagio Like?

There are several resorts dotted around the iconic Lake Como, but Bellagio, with its amazing views over the peaceful blue waters, is often said to be the most beautiful. Enjoy a trip to the spa, row on the lake, or enjoy a delicious meal in an elegant restaurant at this chic resort where relaxation is one of the main pursuits. Lovers of culture should make sure to head down to the Giardini di Villa Melzi. This early nineteenth century villa and its gorgeous gardens with their majestic stone statues are a national heritage site and a great place to while away the afternoon. The Villa Serbelloni, situated on a picturesque wooded hill, is another great building to visit. If you are looking for wonderful views, those from the park known as La Punta Spartivento are arguably unsurpassed, whilst the 800 year old Basilica di San Giacomo has some awe inspiring religious artwork inside.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bellagio

Greetings in Italy almost always involve hand shakes, whether between acquaintances or business associates. Friends, though, usually kiss (or air kiss) each other's cheeks. In Italy, it is considered polite to refer to someone by their title and surname until one of you explicitly asks whether it is ok to be on first name terms. Another good rule of Italian etiquette to know is that, usually, if you are the one who has invited a friend or a business acquaintance to dinner, you are the one who must pay for the meal (and vice versa)! At Hotels.com, we used our wealth of local knowledge to hand pick the best Bellagio Hotels.