A mansion over the lake
On the coast of lake Como, perched above the charming village of Moltrasio, Villa Passalacqua sits on land originally owned by Pope Innocent XI, and boasts a rich history of both occupants and visitors. The historic mansion was constructed in the 18th Century by Count Andrea Lucini Passalacqua, and became a popular gathering place for some of Italy's most prominent figures throughout its storied past.
The luxury hotel features just 24 suites, and each room is individually designed to perfection. Through meticulous restorations and sharp attention to details, the design honors the history of the villa, while also creating a fresh and forward-thinking feel throughout the property that will enchant travelers for centuries to come. The hidden tunnels and secret bars will make you feel like true aristocrats from the past, and of course, the epic views of the marvelous lake will leave you breathless.
Of course, no Lake Como residence would be complete without access to the lake, and luckily, Passalacqua has it covered with accommodations fit for the A-list crowd. The private villa will offer guests access to a private dock on the lake, complete with a selection of vintage boats you can choose from to sail through Lake Como in style.