Eden Hotel

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—Soak up the history and natural beauty of the Valtellina Valley and the Italian Alps.

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    Ancient Roman aristocrats flocked to Bormio for thousands of years to relax and rejuvenate in the town's thermal spas. Today, people travel to this Italian mountain town to ski, shop, and exploreand then visit those same thermal spas. Even with its illustrious past, this historic hamlet still has room for something new: Eden Hotel, a stylish and elegant destination that showcases the beauty of its mountain setting. The hotel's four buildings and enclosing chestnut fence form a graceful single structure that harmonizes with its environment. Staircases and transparent catwalks connect the buildings, giving visitors the best possible access to Bormio's panoramic mountain views. Further emphasizing this dialogue with nature is the lush, sustainable garden surrounding the hotelit's nearly as enchanting as the one that gives Eden its name. At the hotel's Umami restaurant, nature again plays center stage. With a focus on fresh produce from the landscape, chef Antonio Burruso, one of Italy's brightest culinary stars, creates dishes that harmoniously balance traditional specialties from Italy's south with bold, innovative culinary ideas.

    Nearest Airport
    MXP - Milan Malpensa Airport
    Food & Drink
    Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
    Spa & Recreation
    Massage, Sauna, Ski-in/Ski-out Access
    Internet
    Complimentary WiFi
    Services
    Airport Shuttle, Bellman, Breakfast, Covered Parking, Newspaper

    Rooms & Suites

    The 27 rooms and suites range from 23 to 70 square meters and spanning eight categories and many include a living space with a sofa bed and a dining table. While most of the rooms play host to a large double bed, the 65-square-meter Family Suite’s two bedrooms feature one double bed and two twin beds. Many of the guestrooms boast private gardens, and the 55- to 60-square-meter Eden Suites offer a dressing room and in most cases a balcony. The 70-square-meter Alpen Suites each span two floors and feature gorgeous wooden ceilings.

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    INTERIOR DESIGN

    Wood, leather, fireplaces, and skin rugs are offset by geometric twists, gingham checks, and quirky artworks. 

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    ARCHITECTURE

    The hotel is made up of a quartet of narrow box-like buildings with patches of polished glass: a non-conformist statement countering the area’s prevalent chalet tradition. 

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    ARCHITECTURE

    The hotel is made up of a quartet of narrow box-like buildings with patches of polished glass: a non-conformist statement countering the area’s prevalent chalet tradition. 

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    INTERIOR DESIGN

    Wood, leather, fireplaces, and skin rugs are offset by geometric twists, gingham checks, and quirky artworks. 

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    MADE BY ORIGINALS

    Antonio Citterio

    Antonio Citterio is an award-winning architect and a recognized name in the industrial design sector. The Eden is Citterio's first mountain hotel, and he has a special relationship to it: he spent many summers in the Italian Alps as a child. In designing the Eden, he sought to provide a cozy, homey feel for guests while avoiding kitsch. Asked about his creation, he said, ‘An architect is like a tailor. They design outfits for clients. Some they would wear themselves; others they would not. This, I would wear.’

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