To enable you to become conscious of your inner strength and follow your path with a clear mind we are providing you with even more soulful places from summer 2022: our new Onsen pool with a view of the surrounding high moor summits, our new designer suites with a meditation space and a new bar concept including a new Japanese tea corner… Create your life.
Here on this page we will regularly update you about everything you can look forward to with us from this summer. And we can provide you with a little preview of our biggest highlights right now - because as we all know, anticipation is the greatest pleasure. The SILENA will therefore be closed from 13th of March until middle of June. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
On the roof terrace you will find our warm Onsen pool. You can relax in the hot water with a panoramic view of the mountain summits. Whilst your body experiences warmth, revitalisation and harmony, all your senses will be stimulated.
Your retreat at the SILENA. Six new designer suites await you. In our private sauna or our large meditation space your body and soul find peace and connection. You can round off your soulful stay with a bath in your own outdoor bathtub - inspired by the traditional Japanese Ofuro.
In the Japanese tea corner in the new bar area exciting contrasts are expressed in light stone and dark wood, distance and expanse, cosiness and straight lines. Discover a place where teas from Asia meet South Tyrolean herbal infusions. Where the wellness secrets of South Tyrol and South-east Asia combine.
In the light and airy reception area tranquillity prevails. Fine structures, muted shades, dark wood, light natural stone and the calming light convey serenity and ease. The suspended fireplace is the centrepiece of the cosy lounge with filigree wooden slats, foliage plants and seating.
As an award-winning architecture and design studio noa* also communicates the idea of SILENA in the second rebuild. Founded by Lukas Rungger and Stefan Rier, the two teams in Bolzano and Berlin represent a collaborative work ethos: architects, designers and artists pursue a design methodology that changes constantly depending on the requirement of the respective project.