The property that once housed knoble families is now operated by the famed Grand Hotel Tremezzo, so you can expect the service to be just as special as the frozen-in-time ornate details and unforgettable views. And in modern day, when you marry here and opt to move inside the villa after dinner, you can dance until very late in the evening – a perk not all Lake Como wedding venues have!
You can welcome up to 130 guests to celebrate here, though typically there is a 2 or 3 night minimum takeover, depending on the season.
The top two floors of the main villa are preserved as a private museum containing the furnishings from the 16th and 17th century and personal effects of the family. These priceless pieces can be shown to interested guests via private tour during their stay by a member of the family.