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      Eden Hotel

      Via Funivia, 3, Bormio, Italy

      Member since 10/2012   Rooms 27   Architecture Studio Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel & Partners   Interior Design Studio Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel & Partners
      The Original Studio Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel & Partners

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

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      April 24, 2014 – April 26, 2014

      • Single Room

        • 23sqm (247sqft)
        • Single Bed
        • Various Views
        • Some Rooms with Private Alpine Garden
        USD 186 /night
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        • 30sqm (323sqft)
        • Double Bed
        • Various Views
        • Free WIFI
        USD 273 /night
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        • 45sqm (484sqft)
        • Double Bed and Sofa Bed
        • Various Views
        • Balcony (4sqm or 43sqft)
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      About Your Stay

      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.

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      ARCHITECTURE
      Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners

      Four tall, narrow buildings form a line in the valley. Citterio decided to go the unexpected route, straying away from the kitsch of “Natale con la neve” (Christmas with snow) in favor of a more ambitious, modern sensibility. Eden was designed with sustainability in mind: these glass panels keep the rooms warm, as do insulating packages around the perimeter that maximize passive heat exchange. 

      INTERIOR DESIGN
      Modern Mountaineering

      The interior concept features warm earth tones and natural materials such as wood and leather. A fireplace flanked by a skin rug, geometric wooden tables, and a footstool crafter from branches sets the mood, inviting guests to while away the afternoon with a snifter of brandy. 

      In the guestrooms, the natural setting is amplified by wood-slatted walls and rustic plaid headboards. The overall atmosphere is one of purity and refinement, a tasteful play on the idea of a cozy Italian mountain villa. 

      The interior concept features warm earth tones and natural materials such as wood and leather. A fireplace flanked by a skin rug, geometric wooden tables, and a footstool crafter from branches sets the mood, inviting guests to while away the afternoon with a snifter of brandy. 

      In the guestrooms, the natural setting is amplified by wood-slatted walls and rustic plaid headboards. The overall atmosphere is one of purity and refinement, a tasteful play on the idea of a cozy Italian mountain villa. 

      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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