Golf Hotel

Madonna di Campiglio | Italy
Vittorio Grassi Architects
Mi.Pr.Av. Srl
2007 Masterplan
2008 Preliminary Design
Gross Floor Area
23.500 sqm
Site Area
540.000 sqm
Construction Cost
58 m Euro

A secular history the one of the Golf Hotel of Madonna of Campiglio, in the heart of the Dolomites, historical residence rich in charm and atmosphere. The ancient hunting resort, built in 1895, became quickly the favorite holiday’s destination of the Hasburger Court of Franz Josef and Princess Sissi and of the Viennese nobility.

Throughout the ages it became a luxury hotel, reserved to an aristocratic clientele. The building was subject to different interventions that modified its original architecture, starting from a first enlargement at the beginning of the XX century to the construction of a new wing and annexes during the 70s.

The project intends to restore the hotel to its original importance, raising the quality level of the service to five stars and rebalancing the relationship with
the landscape. The programme envisages the construction of 100 new rooms (including 20 luxury Suites), two new Restaurants, a Ballroom, a Spa, a new Club House and Cross-country Ski Center, new housing for staff as well as the expansion of the Golf Course from 9 to 18 holes.

The new suites, which are distributed along the wood’s border, are characterized by refined internal finishes that end up with a full height glass façade, giving a striking view on the Brenta’s mountain chain.

The environmental impact has been minimized by a unique system of construction which combines the use of natural wood in traditional buildings with high technology solutions that make sustainable use of local materials.