South Tyrol's contrasting region of the gorgeous Mediterranean landscape and Alpine peaks is home to an exceptional resort built around a 5,800 sqm (62,431 sqft) lake. The property sits on a 40 hectares alpine park overlooking pine forests and mountain peaks. San Luis's greatest asset is its natural environment, and as you will see in the photos below, it takes advantage of it.
San Luis Retreat comprises 42 cabins in different sizes and styles and a multi-functional clubhouse. The traditional wooden chalets and treehouses combine natural elements sourced from recycled timber and dark stone with minimalistic design language truthful to the local environment. All chalets boast fireplaces, spacious panoramic terraces with chairs, and private saunas, including the smallest studio. If you upgrade to a higher category chalet, you'll be pampered with additional features like a hot tub on the terrace or a large freestanding bathtub. No matter which one you pick, you will feel encouraged to switch off, slow down and enjoy the warmth and coziness of the habitat.
The cozy clubhouse continues the handcrafter log-style design with impressively high ceilings throughout its interiors. The food will certainly satisfy your tastebuds, as the restaurant sources the purest raw ingredients and masterfully combines them. The dishes that use locally grown vegetables, berries, and rare spices vary from traditional alpine cuisine to the Mediterranean.
Within the clubhouse lies the main attraction, the beating heart of the retreat. The swim-in swim-out heated pool is breathtaking in itself, but the poolside crackling fireplace and the surrounding plush sofas create a tranquil atmosphere you haven't seen yet. During wintertime, you can observe ice skaters from the pool's edge as the lake turns into an ice skate rink. San Luis' great location is a treat for nature lovers, as the surrounding woodland paths are perfect for hiking and bike-riding.