Villas in Italy


Chalet in Madonna di Campiglio
 Italian Villas:
Italian Mountains
Trentino Southtyrol
Madonna di Campiglio
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Property Description

The Chalet is a good place to retreat, where time stands still and allows the guest to reach out for the magic of Madonna di Campiglio and the Brenta Dolomites. It is a place where you can indulge in a unique and discreet hospitality.

Nature and well-being, clearly present in this little luxury home, have made room for daring adventures to be related and a culture where La Casa d'Austria and La Belle Epoque meet with rising legends. Giorgio Graffer, Bruno Detassis, Cesare Maestri, Tita Piaz, Ettore Castiglioni, Paul Preuss, Hermann Buhl, unequal mountain climbers of yesterday and today, have inspired the Hotel rooms, which will give the guest an exclusive experience of life in Madonna di Campiglio.

The Hotel is a perfect marriage between old traditions and modern styles, where 20 bedrooms, some with fireplace, are set in calming natural colours and offer a special and soft hospitality. Each bedroom is different from the other and has been dressed in high quality fabrics and reflects themes such as seasons and mythology. The first floor "Velvet" , where all the fabrics are in silky velvet, will remind you of lush meadows and the ever consuming beauty of the Dolomites sunsets, whilst the mezzanine (second floor) "Wool" is dedicated to wool, warm and enveloping, which recalls sparkling air and white winters. Under the large beams of the attic (third floor) "MiTo" are found the rooms dedicated to MiTo's, small jewels born from a passion of mountaineering and mountain life, designed by the architect Steven Mufatti, author of Concreta Contract Interior Design.

These rooms take you back into history, and the designer was inspired by the character and aspirations of the mountaineer. The seven "grandi" all have in common a strong legacy with the Dolomites and its majestic peaks. Staying in these rooms will connect with the magical energy of nature set in the rough granite of the Adamello and Brenta Ranges.