Published 12 November 2020
by Harriet Prior
Going on holiday is near to impossible at the moment, but that doesn’t stop us dreaming about relaxing on a beach or hitting the slopes somewhere far away…
So the latest news from the uber-stealth-luxe brand Aman is very exciting. The hotel group already has openings in Tokyo and Saudi Arabia underway, now it has announced a partnership with Rosa Alpina to take on a hotel in the Dolomite mountains.
Showing no signs of slowing down mid-pandemic the hotel joins Venice as the group’s second hotel in Italy, and its 14th on a UNESCO listed site – historic settings with chic, sensitively structured rooms and spaces is Aman’s USP. The takeover will take two years; the 52-room hotel, surrounded by 1,200km of ski slopes, will be ready for the winter season in December 2022.
Forget the typical skiing diet of tartiflette and multiple hot chocolates a day… three-starred Michelin restaurant St. Hubertus is also on-site, where Norbert Niederkofler will stay on as executive chef. Oh, and it’s not only about the outdoor pursuits either – there’s also a spa, gym and indoor pool at the hotel.
To the slopes please…
To find out more, visit the website here