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Best rate Guarantee Hotel Colorado

Our strenghts:

  • 3 Star family run hotel
  • Best rate guarantee on our website or contacting uns directly
  • Best location, only 350m away from the lake, city center and LAC
  • Only 800m away from the train station
  • Public transports in front of the hotel, free during your stay thanks to Ticino Ticket
  • Parkings available
  • Rich breakfast buffet always included in rate
  • Restaurant Pizzeria Tavernetta with fresh local products
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Picasso

A great exhibition about Picasso in LAC Lugano, just 300m away from Hotel Colorado.

Don't miss this opportunity and book your room now at the Hotel Colorado at the best price guaranteed, on our website or by contacting us directly.And if you want to optimize your holiday remember that every first Thursday of the month, 17:00 to 20:00, admission to the Museum is free.

We are waiting for you, from March 18 to June 17 at the LAC, a few steps from the Hotel Colorado.

Picasso, A different look

The Museum of Art of Italian-speaking Switzerland in Lugano pays tribute to the great Spanish master with the Picasso exhibition. A different look, created in collaboration with the Musée national Picasso in Paris and curated by Carmen Giménez, one of the artist's greatest experts. Through the relationship between drawing and sculpture, the exhibition shows in an unprecedented way the evolution of the language of Pablo Picasso.
With 120 works, 105 drawings and 15 sculptures, all made between 1905 and 1967, the exhibition covers a wide chronological range and aims to shed light on Picasso's role in the development of twentieth-century art. The selection offers an unprecedented perspective of his creativity and includes every phase of his artistic evolution, favouring works unknown to the general public, not only for their rarity but also for their ability to broaden the conventional interpretations of Picasso's work.The exhibition is dominated by works on paper, closely linked to the most intimate Picasso, alongside sculptures: two of the artist's preferred techniques, rarely offered in dialogue on exhibition occasions.