This is a peaceful oasis where each guest can have their own tailor-made experience, with a wide choice of scenic trails, historic Lombard towns, beautiful botanical gardens and dynamic water sports and activities.
Extending over nine separate villas the complex has been curated by the renowned interior designer Eric Egan. He has enhanced the elegant style by blending the existing 19th-century neoclassical villa features, which include the inlaid wooden floors, marble columns and coffered ceilings, with modern furnishings and a light oriental touch, in what is very much a tribute to the group's tradition. The result is a relaxing ambience, with views of the lake and garden that can be enjoyed both from the terraces and the large balconies. The garden is modern and refined, like the interiors, and is inspired by the original plans with many references to the traditional elements of Italian neoclassical gardens.
Built in 1799 as the residence for the Italian opera singer Giuditta Pasta, Villa Roccabruna's location, ambience and symbolic value place it very much at the heart of the resort today. There are in this building ten enchanting suites, the CO.MO bar, the Spa and the Mandarin Room, all of which are housed in a shared and finely decorated environment. Beyond the grounds, the starred restaurant L'ARIA has a contemporary and sophisticated feel, and overlooks the lake and the city of Como.
Such a simply romantic setting, framed by majestic hills and beautiful gardens, is the ideal backdrop for the more contemporary finishing touch of the floating pool. This integrates perfectly with the classic architecture, and being on the eastern shore it enjoys an abundance of light throughout the day, while offering the ideal vantage point from which to gaze upon fabulous sunsets.