Ethimo collaborates with Grand Hotel Fasano & Villa Principe

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Ethimo proudly joins the extraordinary renovation and expansion project of AQVA SPA at the renowned five-star Grand Hotel Fasano & Villa Principe in Gardone Riviera, on Lake Garda. This significant endeavor coincides with the hotel's 135th anniversary and the 15th anniversary of its wellness center's opening.

The aim of the extensive restyling was to transform the SPA into a premier wellness destination, boasting 3,600 square meters dedicated to relaxation and well-being. By reorganizing the spaces, the project achieved improved differentiation of functions, ensuring guest privacy, usability, and an expanded range of activities, treatments, and services.

Great attention was given to the selection of furnishings, accessories, technologies, materials, and finishes that define the ambiance of the renovated AQVA SPA. Sustainable and environmentally friendly design principles guided these choices. In line with this philosophy, the newly designed spaces for body and mind wellness at Grand Hotel Fasano & Villa Principe were enriched with some of Ethimo's most iconic collections. These include the Swing furnishings, a collaboration with Patrick Norguet, the Esedra lounge armchairs, designed by Luca Nichetto, and the versatile Allaperto collection, created by Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez.

Ethimo's expertise in providing tailored solutions for the high-end hospitality sector, both nationally and internationally, and their flexibility in creating customized fittings perfectly aligned with the project's vision. The furnishings seamlessly blend with the location's architecture and historical significance.

The partnership prioritized the use of high-quality outdoor materials, such as FSC-certified teak, meticulous attention to detail, and a sustainable approach. Ethimo's solutions brought to life welcoming and sophisticated environments, offering spaces with a relaxed atmosphere that embodies the essence of The Good Life, aligning with the overarching theme of their collections.

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