L’Albereta’s 38 rooms are elegant secrets that are revealed, almost in a whisper, every time a guest crosses the threshold. Refined interiors, where every detail acquires a sense and a value thanks to its relationship with the other items of décor. A continuous game of references and cross-references relating to colours, styles and memories of travels to other countries.
Each one different from the next, every room is the result of a skilful combination of love for the beautiful and the desire to provide maximum comfort.
Warm shades or tones tending towards the neutral, lines that are soft and enveloping here and cleaner there to emphasise the light that comes in from the large windows; precious fabrics such as satin, silk, grosgrain and damask for the drapery, flax and linen for the bedclothes; precious marble in cream, antique pink, pearl grey and sage in the bathrooms; vintage furniture jealously conserved or originating from different areas of the world, a reminder of special meetings in far-off lands.
An intimate fireplace makes the atmosphere in a number of rooms even more magical, almost turning them into private little homes; in others, four-poster beds are the epitome of relaxation and a throwback to other times. Frescoes and decorations on the walls are a reminder of a delicate world where angels and elements of nature combine to calm and relax guests.
Balconies and terraces stretch out among the verdant vineyards, tall pines, majestic magnolias, fragrant limes and the many other trees that fill the L’Albereta park, giving almost every room a breathtaking view of the landscape surrounding the resort; in many cases, the view stretches as far as Lake Iseo, a gorgeous beauty spot that remains one of Italy's least explored lakes.