Since it was opened in 1910 by Enea Gandola and his wife Maria Orsolini, The Grand Hotel Tremezzo has been staying true to its’ original antique appeal. Located in Italy, this magnificent art nouveau building could not be more strategically positioned. Overlooking Lake Como, Bellagio and the Grigne mountains and adjoining the gardens of Villa Carlotta, the hotel offers the most serene manners to manifest the quixotic Italian experience. But while being illustrious for its iconic allure, it’s quite a struggle to bring the hotel into this recent century.
In order to reinvent the Hotel’s attraction, the current CEO, Valentina De Santis, teamed up with Local architect firm Venelli Kramer to reinvigorate the site. They incorporate new spa facilities by maximizing the use of previously unused spaces. The treatment areas are ready to provide the full pampering necessities by including T Spa suite, a hammam, a nail bar, and a relaxation room. The hotel is now also completed with infinity pools, with a sundeck overviewing the lake, and whirlpools. Despite the new additions, the hotel is not dismissing its’ old charms—newspapers still appears to be clamped in wooden poles, and wingback chairs in pastel shades—preserving the authentic Grand Hotel Tremezzo experience.