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Overlooking Lake Garda, 5-star Lefay Resort and Spa re-opens with a spectacular new look

Longing for a luxury break at Lake Garda? Then bookmark the Lefay Resort & Spa Lago di Garda, which reopened its doors to guests this week, after completing the first phase of an elaborate refurbishment. 

Carried out over lockdown, the 5-star wellness resort, the first in the Lefay collection, used its downtime to completely renovate all its suites as well as the lobby, reception area, lounge, fireplace room and lounge bar – to stunning effect.

The fresh new look embraces lighter shades and furnishings, made from natural local materials and Italian fabrics. Rooms have also had a tech upgrade, with Bose Bluetooth speakers and smart 4k flatscreen TVs.

The lobby area has been repainted in matching contemporary tones, with new furniture, fabrics, carpets and wall graphics, all designed to maximise its iconic views over Lake Garda. For more, check out the renders in our slideshow below.

The new look embraces lighter shades and furnishings, made from local materials and Italian fabrics…

And there’s more to come. A second phase of this restyling project, scheduled for the first quarter of 2022, will include the refurbishment of the Resort’s two restaurants, the expansion of the Lefay Spa with an Adults Only area, the creation of three new suites and events area.

Alcide Leali, CEO of Lefay Resorts & Residences, said: “We’re proud to be able to announce the completion of this first phase of our restyling project during such an uncertain period, it’s an important source of motivation and a sign of optimism for the months to come.”

Stays are available to book now via Trip Advisor

Safari so good: Stunning mobile Serengeti camp offers front row seat to Africa’s Great Migration

Luxury hotel group Mantis is offering guests an exclusive front row seat to one of the most remarkable of African wildlife spectacles, the Great Migration. Beginning this September, the all-new Siringit Migration Camp, which comprises eight luxury guest tents, will move every few months to follow the migration route of wildlife within the Serengeti NationalContinue Reading

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