Luxury Italian resort and Aman partner hotel Rosa Alpina is closing for a revamp, announcing plans to reopen by winter 2024-25 as an official part of the Aman portfolio.
Located at the base of the Dolomites in the town of San Cassiano, Rosa Alpina will undergo a remodel spearheaded by Denniston Architects’ Jean-Michel Gathy, who most recently oversaw the design of the Aman New York.
As part of the project, the property’s guestroom count will decrease from 52 to 50. Rosa Alpina’s top-tier accommodations will include two new 1,615-square-foot presidential suites, which will join the hotel’s existing 3,015-square-foot Chalet Zeno.
The resort also will receive exterior and interior architectural enhancements, reimagined culinary offerings with added private dining spaces, and a significantly expanded wellness area with an outdoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi.
Opened in 1939, Rosa Alpina has been an Aman partner property since 2020.
In Italy, Aman also has a hotel in Venice.
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