Park Hotel Azalea

On the edge of the historic centre of Cavalese in the Val di Fiemme you will find the Park Hotel Azalea, placed in the midst of the large garden that gives the house its name. For three generations, the house has been lovingly run as a family business. In 2008 the house was renovated according to ecological standards. It has been extended by a solid wood annex with larch wood panelling and entrance ramp inspired by the traditional, local barns. The old building and the extension from the 1960s were redesigned and a new wellness area was created.

Colours and materials play an important role in the design: natural, colourful and harmonious is the guiding principle. You can sense a wonderful lightness wherever you go: in the interior design, characterised by timeless classical features and stylish colour schemes, in the culinary delights (organic kitchen and also vegan dishes) and of course in the lovely setting where there are special places even for our smallest guests – whether it’s playing hide-and-seek among the flowers or in the indoor nursery nooks.

What to do

Wellness area with biosauna, Turkish steam bath and Finnish sauna, yoga, child care, various summer and winter offers with various activities. Mountaineering, climbing, mountain biking, hiking or rafting, skiing, cross country skiing, ski tours, snowshoeing, tobogganing. Trips to Trento, Rovereto, Bolzano or Meran.

Why we like this house

A family hotel with a "green soul", stylish rooms, delicious food and many leisure activities.

This house is great for

A hotel for all ages.

Sustainability

The hotel has been awarded the EU "Eco-Label".
e-mobility / charging station

Owner picture

Owner

Maunela Deamttio: ”I am the daughter of a historic hotel owner but I am actually an architect. My idea of a hotel is a house where ‘people feel good’ and its sustainability is in the ability to experiment innovation in its management, involving everyone who works there.”

Details

Region/Town IT – Italy, Trentino, Cavalese
Name Park Hotel Azalea
Scenery Val de Fiemme
Number of guests 34 rooms and junior suites (there are single rooms, double rooms and family rooms for up to 5 persons)
Completed 2008 (conversion)
Design Ulapiù_Architekten, Manuela Demattio, Olaf Köhler, Bolzano
Published Il Giornale dell'Architettura, 05.2009
Awards Alpine Interior Award 2011
Architecture Modern, Old & new
Accomodation Hotel
Criteria Rooms for 1-2 (hotel), Rooms for 1-4 (hotel), Family, Garden, Hiking, Mountains, Restaurant, Sauna, Skiing, Spa, Urban, Workation, EV-charging station, excellent sustainability
www.ecoparkhotelazalea.it

Request/Booking

www.ecoparkhotelazalea.it

7 Comments

  1. Dieses Haus ist eine wahre Oase. Lichtdurchflutete Räume bei deren Ausstattung sich jemand Gedanken um grosse UND kleine Gäste gemacht hat. Fröhliche Farben und natürliche Materialien verbreiten eine wunderbare Atmosphäre. Der kleine Wellnessbereich ist Gold wert und das Essen hat – oh Wunder – ALLEN Kindern geschmeckt. Danke an Manuela & Crew!
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  2. […] fast dauergeregnet hat, konnte ich dort den Sommer noch etwas verlängern. Gewohnt habe ich im Park Hotel Azalea, einem Ökohotel, sehr geschmackvoll eingerichtet, mit sehr leckerem Essen und sehr netten […]
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  3. Wir waren im Juni dort und haben uns sehr wohl gefühlt. Netter Service, tolle Ausblicke, klasse italienisches Essen und ein sehr gelungenes Hotel mit tollem Garten und sehr schöner Saunaanlage. Gerne kommen wir wieder.
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  4. Ein wunderschönes Hotel – Traumblicke, bestes Essen, sympatischer Service, tolle Architektur und super gelegen! Wir kommen bestimmt wieder…
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  5. Wir sind im Juli dort gewesen. Die Zimmer sind sehr schön und der Garten ist ein echter Rückzugsort. Und der Traum: Leckere Kuchen und Säfte am Nachmittag :-)

    Wir würden immer wieder hinfahren!!
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