Ratings based on 23 Verified Reviews
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 2, 2017
Great place would go back location excellent pool and lake amazing
A great location but check your prioritiesPosted Jun 26, 2017 on Hotels
The location is stunning. especially the view across the lake at breakfast, served on the terrace. I would advise customers to read the web site more carefully than me, as the Sailing Center Hotel doesn't offer sailing facilities. All the water sports are at nearby schools and centers. Also the rooms have garden views, not over the lake. This doesn't detract from a lovely hotel.
by A verified traveler
Scenic views and well kept groundsPosted Sep 23, 2016 on Hotels
I loved this hotel, it was in such a scenic area with a pool and beach. It was about a 25 min walk to the centre of Malcesine which can seem really long at times if you're hungry or perfect if you're enjoying the stroll ! While town mostly caters to German speakers. But of course are great with Englush too.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 21, 2016
A little bit of luxury by the beautiful lake. Easy access to malcesine or other towns by bus. The excellent staff couldn't do enough for us!
by Russell from Christchurch, Dorset
Fantastic relaxing environment!Posted Jun 22, 2016 on Hotels
Just a couple of days relaxing by the lake.. This hotel was perfect for us.. If you want to be by the lake with a clean well maintained hotel, this is ideal.. All the rooms are garden view, so don't go expecting a view of the lake. The garden is beautifully maintained with large olive trees, which makes the rooms a little darker but it wasn't a problem at all - especially when you've got such a great pool and lakeside setting to relax by! We booked a basic double, which was on the ground floor, but chose to upgrade to the delux larger room for 30 Euro per night. The rooms are well appointed and very comfortable.. The feel of the hotel is really comfortable, bit like a club house. The restaurant and bar are very good, food is reasonably priced and of a good quality. Not top end but certainly good enough to enjoy and with the lakeside setting it really is a special place. They will lend you bikes to get around, its not far to the nearby towns and lots to see and do there. If you are into sailing or windsurfing they have their own slipway and space to store your kit. The wifi works well all over the hotel.. Overall I loved it and we would not hesitate to go back!! Could easily do a week there... :)
by Stephen from York
Perfect locationPosted Jul 24, 2015 on Hotels
We stayed at the Sailing Centre Hotel for 5 days whilst doing a family sailing course on Lake Garda. It was perfect. The hotel must have one of the best locations on the lake - with its own private beach access. The food was good, staff perfect - a truly lovely stay. You really feel this hotel is loved.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Essex
Amazing hotel with great views.Posted Oct 3, 2014
Pros: Everything it was just perfect everything I read about the hotel was true.
Cons: Nothing it was perfect
Location: The town was within walking distance but there was a tourist bus every hour which was great, the resteraunt and shops were within walking distance.
Upon arrival we were greeted with a complimentary drink and our bags taken to our room which was amazing, the staff were really friendly and nothing to much trouble for them. The facilities were great and the heated pool was just perfect. A wonderful quiet place to relax in with superb views of Lake Garda. Our room was beautiful and very clean with excellent service.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Newbury UK
Lake front hotel with great views.Posted Sep 16, 2014
Pros: See above
Cons: See above
Location: See above
Situated on the lake front facing west accross Lake Garda, this hotel has stunning views all round. Rooms are in separate blocks from the main building, and are quiet,clean, and functional. There are water sport facilities there and near by raning from windsurfing, paddle boarding, upto small catermeran and motor boat hire. For the adventurous there is also paragliding off near by Monte Baldo. The hotel is 35 mins walk outside Malcesine, which has many bars and restaurants to explore, plus castle and harbour. From Malcesine you can explore the whole lake by boat, and take the Funivia up to Monte Baldo for even more stunning views. If walking into town is not for you the hotel has free bike hire. We had a car, but it is not necessary givenn the boats services, and also a very reasonably priced bus service. All in all a great place to either relax or explore the whole lake. PS: do not forget some mosquito spray and cream.
for Everyoneby Karon from Woodford Halse
Wonderful HotelPosted Oct 14, 2013
Pros: Friendly reception staff ....couldn't do enough to help.
Cons: Ensure that the breakfast buffet was full all the time and not have to wait around for items.
Location: Beautiful location and lots of interesting places to visit. Malcesine is a beautiful little village with amazing views.
We were welcomed upon arrival with a complimentary drink. Reception staff were really helpful and even sorted out a kettle for us in the room, and as there was no iron in the room arranged to have our clothes pressed for us as we were attending a wedding that day at Malcesine Castle. I would definately recommend this hotel ...the views are amazing. Downside is there are not enough mirrors and electric sockets.
for Couplesby Claire from London
Nice hotel in beautiful location on Lake GardaPosted Oct 6, 2013
Pros: The outdoor area is exceptional, and when the weather is nice, it's the perfect place to sit and soak up the view. Also, the free bike hire is great.
Location: The hotel is a 2 mile walk from the town centre, but the free bike hire makes getting there very easy. It is also a very pleasant walk.
This hotel was nice. The room was basic, but wasn't unpleasant. We had a balcony with views of the lake and there was a nice peacefulness to the area. We had a mixed experience with the hotel staff. We were staying at the hotel for a wedding, and asked the receptionist to book us a taxi to the castle. The lady on reception begrudgingly did so, but when we realised a few minutes later that we'd got the time wrong and asked her if we could get an earlier pick up, she refused to call the taxi company again to amend the booking. The taxi was exceptionally expensive for such a short journey, and we were unsure if this was somehow to do with the receptionist. This person served us a few times, and was not friendly. That said, we checked out early on our final morning, and the hotel served us breakfast an hour before it was due to start. The night porter in particular being very friendly.