Grand Hotel Tremezzo on Italy’s Lake Como reopens its doors for the 2017 season announcing the marriage with Villa Sola Cabiati, a new venue that will be available for unique experiences and events exclusively for its guests. Once belonging to the Serbelloni, a family of dukes, the residence is renowned for the beauty of its rooms frescoed by the Tiepolo school, the tranquillity reigning in its gardens, and its refined events and receptions.‘Grand Opening’ Special PromotionGrand Hotel Tremezzo invites guests to discover what’s new for the 2017 season and take advantage of a Special Grand Opening rate.Starting from €391 per night in a Park View Prestige Room (excluding breakfast and VAT), guests can experience a world of temptations in what the hotel team call the ‘T Vacation’, with the unique atmosphere and flavours only found at Tremezzo.The package includes:Stay in preferred room-typeFree room upgrade (upon availability)Early check-in and late check-out (upon availability)Conditions: The offer is subject to availability at the time of reservation and limited to a restricted number of rooms, is prepaid and not refundable. In case of cancellation or no-show, no reimbursement will be issued. The entire stay will be charged at the time of reservation.
A new carbon offsetting scheme has been launched for Flexjet customer flights.Flexjet owners will now be able to offset their emissions each time they fly following a new agreement with carbon offset provider Climate Care.The business jet membership to the program will be voluntary and will pay a fee charged for each hour of flights to fund projects to reduce emissions comparable to those created.Fred Reid, president of Bombardier Flexjet, said: “Until technological advances produce truly low emissions aircraft, the best opportunity to minimise climate impact is to balance flight emissions with projects and technologies that reduce environmental impact around the world.”We selected Climate Care as a partner after extensive research concluded that the company offers the highest standards for choosing, measuring and reporting on its programs to balance carbon emissions.”This announcement follows a number of high profile aviation businesses, including Boeing, Virgin Atlantic and Air France, joining the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group, advised by the World Wildlife Fund.Find Skyscanner on Facebook! ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedHalf of flight passengers do not understand carbon offsettingOnly one in ten flight passengers are willing to change the number of times they fly.Green Skies: Environmentally Friendly FlyingSkyscanner investigates flying and the environmentCarbon Offsetting ExplainedThe problem until recently though is that this area has not been regulated.