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Zacchera Hotels: culinary tradition on Lake Maggiore

Four generations have been leading Zacchera Group, a symbol of hospitality on Lake Maggiore. A real reference point for those who wish to experience a journey into the territory’s flavours and culinary tradition and for those who wish to combine their meetings with the extraordinary scenery of the lake and the pleasure of good food. In pure bleisure style

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Almost a century and a half have gone by since the foundations were laid of what is today the largest tourist complex in Verbano, with a Grand Hotel in Stresa, the Bristol, and one in Baveno, the Dino, two 4-star hotels, the Simplon and the Splendid, a Residence, the Carl & Do and the Lago Maggiore Adventure Park. This is the Zacchera Group; a symbol of hospitality on Lake Maggiore, but also of a united family which, from father to son, has handed down a genuine philosophy of hospitality. Even today, in fact, the new generations of the Zacchera family personally take care of the management of their hotels with a courteous, professional and discreet presence. A success built over time, on strong foundations, through modesty, competence and passion, thanks to the ability to interpret and anticipate the needs of its guests.

The Group’s 4 hotels, the Grand Hotel Bristol, the Grand Hotel Dino, the Simplon and the Splendid, overlooking the lakesides between Stresa and Baveno, are distinguished by their own specificity; the ability to satisfy various types of guests. Four facilities connected by the common thread of a skilful gastronomic offer, which is consistently proposed in particularly well-kept, scenic and relaxing environments. This is where the true success of the made in Zacchera hospitality lies, also thanks to the magnificent background of Lake Maggiore: making mealtimes a complete sensory experience.

At the Grand Hotel Dino, the territory’s flavours are the winning element

Three restaurants at the Grand Hotel Dino enhance the territory’s production with both traditional and refined dishes, accompanied by wines from local vineyards as well as the best Piedmontese, national and foreign productions.

  1. Last Hall
    The flagship is the Last Hall restaurant, whose dishes, inspired by the Piedmontese culinary tradition, are made with “Zero Kilometre” products. The restaurant also amazes for its settings: the Last Hall NU-OVO, designed by Paolo Maldotti, with splendid exposed brick vaults and minimalist elegance furnishings in an alchemical union; the Last Hall rustic, a room reserved for special events; the Last Hall garden, furnished with poolside gazebos.
  2. Panorama Restaurant
    The Panorama Restaurant offers an à la carte menu in a particularly refined dining room or on the terrace with an enchanting view of the Borromean Gulf of Lake Maggiore.
  3. Tre Isole Restaurant
    Tre Isole Restaurant consists of a modular room, which can be divided into three spaces and offers a daily, à la carte or buffet menu. A magnificent 360° view of the lake can be enjoyed from anywhere in the restaurant and its terrace.

Simplon, creativity and tradition

Hotel Simplon’s refined cuisine offers traditional Italian and international dishes in elegant and intimate spaces, with a terrace and panoramic windows overlooking the centuries-old park and the swimming pool. The gastronomic proposal, both buffet and à la carte, wisely balances creativity and tradition.

A creative 5 senses cuisine at the Splendid

At the Hotel Splendid, where the Zacchera Family’s hospitality tradition began in 1873, the Pallanza Restaurant offers a creative “five-senses” cuisine gastronomic experience. In the suggestive bar overlooking the piazzetta open on Lake Maggiore, you can taste a wide selection of drinks and appetizers. Here, guests can relax and let themselves be enchanted by the panorama and, weather permitting, organize events and small receptions.

Great events at the Bristol

The large Tre Isole Restaurant at the Grand Hotel Bristol, with its à la carte service, is modular and divisible, according to the needs, in three elegant rooms that enjoy the enchanting view of the Borromean Gulf and Isola Bella, one of the Lake Maggiore’s most fascinating islands. The rooms can also be reserved for private events and private ceremonies. The impeccable quality of the wide gastronomic offer of typical local cuisine and traditional Italian and international dishes is guaranteed by two chefs, nine cooks and two pastry chefs; the service is of the utmost level; the wine list offers an excellent selection of national and foreign labels. The Tre Isole Restaurant’s refined settings are furnished with elegance and illuminated by large crystal chandeliers that create a harmonious atmosphere with the beauty of the surrounding nature.

Grand Hotel Dino
Grand Hotel Dino
Corso Garibaldi 20
28831 Baveno (Verbania) - +39 0323913990/992
Hotel Simplon <br> New Meeting Spaces
Hotel Simplon
New Meeting Spaces
Via Garibaldi 52
28831 Baveno (Verbania) - +39 0323913990/992
Hotel Splendid
Hotel Splendid
Via Sempione 12
28831 Baveno (Verbania) - +39 0323913990/992
Grand Hotel Bristol
Grand Hotel Bristol
Via Umberto I° 73
28838 Stresa (Verbania) - +39 0323913990/992


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