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The beautiful facade of the Hotel Terme Merano is made of sandstone.

A design Hotel with its own unique Lifestyle

Leave the rat race behind at this luxury hotel designed by Matteo Thun

Just a stone’s throw from the celebrated Kurhaus and the historical city center, directly on the shores of the idyllic Passer River, the address of the Hotel Terme Merano is second to none in Merano. The moment you step foot inside the four-star luxury hotel, you feel right at home. Star architect Matteo Thun has utilized high-quality, natural materials here to create a unique atmosphere that simply feels good.

Immerse yourself in a world of understated luxury and tasteful design: a dream come true. Give yourself the gift of quality time spent at an exquisite South Tyrol design hotel. Even before you walk through the front door, you’ll realize that you’ve arrived at a very special place, a place where lifestyle and design are taken seriously. The pale cream limestone façade boasts the clean architectural lines of the Berlin architects Baumann and Zillich. The stone shimmers in various cream hues, depending on the time of day, and is harmoniously integrated into South Tyrol’s spectacular natural landscape.

The moment you step over the threshold, you‘ll feel enveloped in the hotel‘s refined atmosphere, a celebration of understated elegance and the warmth of natural color tones. The interiors of the Hotel Terme Merano are the work of well-known architect and designer Matteo Thun. A native of South Tyrol, he designed both the interior of the hotel and that of the adjacent spa complex, the much-loved Terme Merano.

The elegant style of this South Tyrol design hotel appeals to every sense, conveying a very special feeling of indulging in a little bit of genuine living. Its cozy atmosphere allows you to finally relax, breathe deeply and recharge your batteries.

Matteo Thun and Merano‘s Design Hotel

"Our daily life is determined to a significant extent by the architecture that surrounds us every day."– Jürgen Tietz

 

In his design, Milan-based star architect Matteo Thun placed South Tyrolean materials center stage. His reinterpretation of the local alpine architectural style lends the hotel a novel identity. The concept harkens back to traditional local forms and materials, uniting them with modular interior elements and thus creating a connection between the two formal languages using strong juxtaposition.

Matteo Thun builds upon the appeal of fine natural materials like wood and stone. He skillfully brings together South Tyrolean history, classic elegance, the boldness of the avant-garde and stylized local objects. The wooden floors in the rooms draw attention to the materials themselves and to the place itself. Alpine references are omnipresent. Elegant hardwood floors grace the hotel, while the rooms and suites feature desks with leather or cowhide accents, lighting fixtures in the form of deer’s heads, with real horns and gold coating, and crystal chandeliers with Swarovski jewels. Thun combines colorful accessories with precious, natural materials like wood and stone, creating a welcoming atmosphere with a strikingly luxurious feel.

Matteo Thun developed integrated unique concept here as well: reinterpretation of the alpine style with the help of strong juxtaposition. Dark colors like Bordeaux red are not only in keeping with the times, but also lend a feeling of true luxury.

The hotel rooms feature either a wood-paneled loggia or a French balcony, once again underlining South Tyrol’s deep-rooted connection to nature. In addition to 139 rooms and suites, the hotel offers gourmet food at its Mediterranean Olivi Restaurant, which features a show kitchen, and at its fashion-forward Bistro La Piazza.

Olivi Restaurant is characterized by a bright atmosphere and clean lines. The rear part of the restaurant is a play of contrasts: luxury and simplicity, theatricality and balance, exaggeration and irony. The elegant lobby bar, Palm Lounge, is an inviting place to relax and stay awhile, offering an open fireplace and indoor terrace as well as a modern library.

Rudi Theiner ist seit 2012 Hotel Direktor des Hotel Therme Meran.
General Manager

Rudi Theiner

"You can find many beautiful hotels at fantastic places with a good service-philosphy. Our mission is to provide our guests unforgettable moments in a unique atmosphere in which he/she feels at home. Successful hotels benefit also of their facility and location, however the people play the main role and bring the walls to life. The director acts as a regisseur in this process."

 

Contact

Rudi Theiner

General Manager

T +39 0473 259 488 | M rudi.theiner@hotelthermemeran.it

DESIGN & LIVING

The Hotel Terme Merano has 139 vividly designed rooms, including 21 suites and 3 exclusive Calla Suites. The newly opened "Sky Spa" offers a unique wellness experience above the roofs of Merano and a panoramic view at the impressing alpine landscape. An additional wellness area, the Garden Spa, awaits you with further pools a stunning garden and direct access to the Terme Merano. At the hotel restaurant "Olivi" you can enjoy breakfast until 11:00 a.m. For guests with gourmet half board, there is a choice of daily changing dinner menu.

The Bistro La Piazza is open every day, serving hot food continuously as well as many other snacks and treats. In addition, the tasteful Palm Lounge is open daily starting at 5:00 pm, offering a stylish finale to the day at the Hotel Terme Merano.

South Tyrol’s feel-good design hotel
The rooms and suites of this South Tyrol design hotel offer plenty of space, light, warmth and comfort. Our guests are happy to return to the hotel at the end of the day, finding an oasis of peace and relaxation. All of the rooms at the Hotel Terme Merano are equipped with individually controlled air conditioning and offer – depending on the category – either a French balcony or a loggia with comfortable seating area.

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