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Il Chiostro Hotel Our hotel

Il Chiostro hotel, in Verbania Intra on Lake Maggiore, is located just a short walk from the lake front and is conveniently placed for accessing all of the main attractions.

Restaurant service is available in the hotel’s three dining rooms: Ristorante della Famiglia, Camelie and Gelsomini.

Meals can be taken outside in the summer months, in the garden facing the Camelie dining room. The garden has a play area to keep children amused and loungers for relaxing in the sun.

The hotel also has a baby room for families with small children, equipped with nappy changing facilities and a separate toilet.

 

The car park is free of charge, subject to availability; parking for buses, private but unattended, is available a few hundred metres from the hotel.

Free wireless broadband connection (Wi-Fi) available in all areas of the hotel.

Guests may also make use of an internet point.

Il Chiostro hotel has 13 rooms suitable for meetings, conventions, conferences and seminars. Eight of the rooms accommodate up to 30 people each and are ideal for small work groups, whilst two of the rooms are large, well-equipped conference rooms suitable for events requiring a greater capacity. One of these, the Auditorium, can accommodate up to 210 people.

The reception staff will be happy to provide any tourist information you may need to plan a wonderful holiday at Lake Maggiore.

Facilities
Car park
Air-conditioning
Wi-Fi connection
Children’s play area
Baby room
Satellite TV channels
Piano
Audio system
Internet point
Hairdryer
Toiletries
Desk
D.A.E
Il Chiostro Hotel History

Il Chiostro boasts a long history, dating back to a point in the sixteenth century when St. Anthony’s Monastery was built on the ruins of a hospice that used to care for pilgrims and the sick in the thirteenth century.

Run by a small community of Augustinian nuns who decided to spend their lives there dedicated to work and prayer, the monastery became an integral part of city life for more than three centuries, until 1807.

 

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Architecture Three buildings, each one of a different nature.

Il Chiostro hotel is made up of three different buildings of varying ages, each of which has its own architectural features.

 

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