MUSA LAGO DI COMO: The Ideal Destination for an Autumn Weekend Pied Dans L’eau
With crisp mornings, golden leaves and captivating sunsets, autumn is a beautiful time to visit Lake Como. Take a break from real life and relax in a gorgeous hotel on the lake.
MUSA Lago di Como, the brand-new hotel that landed on Lake Como’s shores last June, is designed to create an exclusive and classy experience. The hotel will remain open during the coming months.
MUSA Lago di Como is ready to welcome guests during the cold season and pamper them in the MUSA Beauty corner. Among the numerous tailor-made activities proposed is MUSA Beauty, a hub created for relaxation by the lake.
The recommended route, conceived starting from the top floor with a panoramic view of the only island on Lake Como, begins with a massage of your choice between postural, ayurelax, and oriental. The experience then continues outside: descending into the garden, where a modern wellness area includes a sauna, Turkish bath and relaxation area. Finally, MUSA recommends concluding the journey by soaking in the magnificent heated outdoor pool.
To end the day, enjoy a cocktail at the GAIA Bar, which embodies a modern, contemporary and fresh mixology concept, or a culinary experience at ROTEO. In this restaurant, Matteo Corridori and Robert Moretti, two acclaimed young executive chefs who returned to Lake Como after almost ten years abroad, offer contemporary cuisine that aims to excite through simplicity and elegance.
MUSA is a luxurious concept flawlessly integrated into the land on which it stands. The synergy with nature is driven by the little details incorporated into the business to make it green, eco-sustainable, and respectful of the environment.
MUSA LAGO DI COMO
Via Vincenzo Puricelli 4,
22010 Sala Comacina (CO)
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