Lefay Resort & Spa launches Royal Pool and Spa Eco Suite

The Royal Pool & Spa Suite has been designed according to eco-sustainable principles, in line with Lefay’s core values and philosophy that personal well-being is intrinsically linked to the environment.

New Royal Pool and Spa Eco Suite at Lefay Resort & Spa Overlooking Lake Garda With Its Own Private Spa

Lefay Resort & Spa has launched a very special new addition to its impressive roster of accommodation with a luxurious three bedroom suite complete with its own private spa and infinity pool. The Royal Pool and Spa Suite as it has been named has an eco-sustainable design and overlooks Lake Garda fro the resorts grounds in the Alto Garda National Park. The suite is designed to minimise environmental impact and aid energy conservation and offers complete privacy and exclusivity.

The Royal Pool and Spa Suite has its very own 55sqm private spa with a treatment area for two, steam shower, infrared sauna and dedicated spa menu, and if this is not enough you can unwind in the relaxation area looking over the lake from the comfort of your own private Jacuzzi. The resort has developed its own Lefay Spa method, which combines classical Chinese medicine with modern western techniques.  Guests will receive all their treatments in the privacy and comfort of their own spa.

The suite is a very generous 600sqm, as mentioned has three bedrooms, the master bedroom suite with walk-in wardrobe and Italian marble bathroom and two double bedroom suites, a dining room suitable for up to eight people, large living area and fully equipped kitchen.

The new suite was designed by Italian Architect Hugo Demetz, the man responsible for the design of the Lefay Resort & Spa. The suite has a modern Italian interior with aspects of an Oriental style characterised by by contrasting tones of materials, such as wengé wood, the ivory tone of the walls and the colours of the fabrics used inside the suite. Other materials used include local olive, walnut, durmast oak, natural linens and Italian marble. Another point to note is the painting by Antonio Mazetti who has designed images specifically for each of the Royal Pool and Spa Suites rooms.

Suite services include perimeter security system, private chef on request, in-suite check-in, complimentary airport transfers, private concierge, a pillow menu, a private bar area with the finest wines and a free minibar.

The new suite was designed by Italian Architect Hugo Demetz, the man responsible for the design of the Lefay Resort & Spa

Royal Pool and Spa Suite – Ecology and Sustainability

The Royal Pool  & Spa Suite has been designed according to eco-sustainable principles, in line with Lefay’s core values and philosophy that personal well-being is intrinsically linked to the environment. From the moment the resort was planned, eco-sustainability has been a priority and this has continued with the design ot the suite. Renewable energy sources account for the heating, hot water, electricity and air conditioning, and rainwater and purified swimming pool water are used to water the gardens. The interior design of the suite only uses local, natural materials and locally produced olive oil and home grown herbs and lemons are important ingredients in many of the spa’s treatments.

The Royal Pool & Spa Suite costs from Euros  2,000 for one night with breakfast.

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