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Hotel Lidò

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Good room with safe. Balcony overlooking street but certainly not worth paying extra for a lake side view as I was not in the room long enough to enjoy it and the lake is just in front. The pool was not very appealing but any way it was not quite warm enough. The restaurant did not serve vegetables or fruit with the dinner until asked to by our tour manager. There is a small bar area. However this is staffed by the receptionists who do not always appear to have been trained in bar work.(One lady's efforts with a bottle opener was farcical)

My husband and booked one night at the Lido to be in town for the annual Palio delle Barche ( a local boat race ) . What great fun that was we had amazing views of the race and finish line from the hotel restaurant . Staff were very helpful dinner in the restaurant was nice ( maybe a little overpriced ) but the view and location were fabulous . We had a town view which worked well as we were able to sit on our balcony and see the annual parade . Room was fine . The pool is just through the car park but is hedged so you can't see it , it has a cafe attached . Only grumble as a Brit is that the Italians don't seem to put tea making facilites in their rooms and the couple of hotels we stayed in didnt seem to do great breakfasts . Otherwise the stay was great lovely lake views lovely little town , lots of nice places to eat . I heard some people raving about a place called The Villa for eating but we didn't make it there .

Very old locking hotel, not like in the picture. It had swimming pool and restaurant (this is very nice) and all the facilities that a hotel needs but everything works at minimum, special the clima (on full power my and my wife can't sleep because of the heat) We war not impressed at all.

I enjoyed my stay at the Hotel Lido. Many of the rooms have a lake side view which is spectacular. The rooms are comfortable, not luxurious, but quite adequate. The staff are really thoughtful and helpful. I thought they were great. The breakfast left a little to be desired but the on site lake side restaurant is a truly spectacular venue and the food is excellent. There is a very refreshing pool with snacks and drinks available. I don't know if I will ever revisit Trasimeno, but if I do I would most certainly stay in the Hotel Lido

A lovely resort hotel perched right on the shores of Lake Trasimeno. The breakfast buffet was very good as were the dinners. The rooms were spacious and well equipped, some maybe in need of some investment and refreshment. The receptionist Barbra was especially helpful to assist members of the group to arrange extra things like going riding. She was a credit to the hotel.

Until we arranged our Italian road trip, I'd never heard of Passignano. The village sits on the edge of Lake Trasimeno, and Hotel Lido is right on the water. We had a lake view room with a balcony. It was clean and comfortable with air con. The restaurant sits on a dock over the water and the terrace is a lovely spot to watch sunset. I suspect that it would get very busy in August, but in late May there was hardly anyone about. Definitely worth a stay.

This is, a really nice family run Hotel if you are looking for some where with wonderful views over the lake.good service and helpful staff . . A view of the lake would be preferable .Close to the Lake side and for boat trips .

The area - very pretty, quiet area. A great base for exploring with trips to Assisi and Cortona by train highly recommended. Also trips to islands and other lakeside resorts by ferry. We had pretty good weather but were conscious that there wouldn't be too much to do here if it had rained all week. The hotel - a pleasant older style Italian hotel. Three stars is about right. The room was comfortable but not luxurious. The beds were metal framed but they were comfy. Our only criticism would be the shower, which wouldn't keep a constant water pressure (and hence a constant temperature). The showers could do with upgrading. The meals - breakfast was standard continental, pretty much OK. Coffee was out of a self service machine and was quite strong. The evening meals were what really let the hotel down. Whilst the pasta courses and sweets were generally good, most of the main courses were average and some were poor. For instance we were served undercooked pork (!) and another evening a meat casserole which had a lot of fat on it and wasn't very tender. I would have preferred to have gone B & B and ate out at the various restaurants in the town. MY rating would be 4 stars for the accommodation but only 2 stars for the food - hence an average of 3 stars.

Central to the town but still in a quiet area. No complaints, air con worked fine for the 4 nights we were there. Breakfast fairly standard but nice enough. Bread, cereal, yoghurts. Lovely area, lovely people. Only problem was that there was no iron available.

This was our second week in a two centre two week holiday. The hotel is situated in a nice location - facing the Lake, minutes away from a supermarket, the railway station and the jetty for boats on the Lake. The room was of an adequate size with a working fridge and a reasonable size safe (big enough for most valuables including a Tablet but not a netbook). A light was not working and was reported on Day 1 but was not repaired when we left a week later. There was no soap dish or a shelf in the shower making it very difficult to use soap or shampoo during showering. Breakfast was basic and a bit samey but the coffee from the machine was superb. Bread was disappointing - dry and tasteless. There was never any fresh fruit althouth there was a choice of tinned peaches, prunes and pears every day. Evening meals in the Restaurant were excellent and so was the service (Pamela was very helpful)throughout the hotel. We were asked to choose the meal for the next day during dinner. It was disappointing that Inghams guests were not allowed the facility of sitting outside on the pier over the Lake for dinner. The room was properly cleaned every day. During our stay we visited the islands on the Lake, Montepullciano, Peruggia, Arezzo and Cortona. They were all very worthwhile and we recommend them. All the churches and theatres we visited were fantastc with outstanding stained glass and marble figures. Unfortunately, we did not have enough time to visit Assisi and some other towns we really did want to see. All in all, a very enjoyable holiday with plenty of warm, sunny days and lots to see and do. We were sorry to miss the Pallio but saw the rehearsals and fantastic fireworks on Monday. If like us you have already been to Lakes Garda, Como and Maggiore then Trasimeno is definitely worth a visit.

Via Roma, 1 Passignano sul Trasimeno PG

Hotel highlights

  • Free breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Hotel Lidò places you within a short walk of Passignano sul Trasimeno Marina and within a mile (2 km) of Sualzo Beach. This 3-star hotel welcomes guests with 53 rooms and conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's also close to Isola Maggiore and Guglielmi Castle.


Dining

Free breakfast is included with your stay. In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.


Rooms

All 53 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, safes, and desks. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and satellite TV. Hair dryers are also included.


Property features

Hotel Lidò offers an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and free WiFi in public areas. A stay here includes free parking. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with tours or tickets, and answer any questions about the area. Additional amenities include conference space and a garden.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

53.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 233 reviews