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Lefay Wellness Residences to launch in the Dolomites this fall
POSTED 07 Feb 2019 . BY Andrew Manns
The Lefay Wellness Residences – part of the Lefay Resort and Spa Dolomiti – are set to debut in September.

Situated in Pinzolo – within the UNESCO-recognised Brenta Dolomites section of the Italian Alps – the residential complex, which is currently under construction, will comprise 23 condos outfitted by Italian interior specialists Alberto Apostoli Architecture and Design.

Three-bedroom apartments and penthouses will also feature chronotherapeutic lighting, ergonomic furniture, and Finnish saunas.

Additionally, residents will have special access to the resort's extensive leisure and wellness amenities, including a 5,000 sq m spa with steam baths and saunas, indoor and outdoor pools, and a fitness centre.

According to Lefay, spa treatments on offer, such as the "Energy Massage and Aesthetic Rituals" will focus on providing "pre- and post-ski" therapies, "to improve strength, balance, flexibility, and core stability".

Speaking on the spa's upcoming services, Dr Carlo Barbieri, director of Lefay's SPA Method Scientific Committee, said that the resort would be introducing "Il Recupero dell'Energia Originale", a stress-relieving programme that helps "the body to regain the balance between the stimuli of the outer world and the inner emotional sphere".

Lefay Resort and Spa Dolomiti will be the second eco-property to join the Lefay hospitality portfolio after the Resort and Spa Lago di Garda, which opened its doors in 2008.
The hotel is set in the UNESCO-recognised Brenta Dolomites region in Italy. Credit: Courtesy of Lefay Resorts
The resort will also feature on-site restaurants specialising in organic foods. Credit: Courtesy of Lefay Resorts
All rooms will be fitted with chronotherapeutic lighting; three-bedroom apartments and penthouses will also have Finnish saunas. Credit: Courtesy of Lefay Resorts
Residents will have access to the resort's many fitness and spa amenities. Credit: Courtesy of Lefay Resorts
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Lefay Wellness Residences to launch in the Dolomites this fall
BY Andrew Manns

The residences are expected to debut in September.

The residences are expected to debut in September.
photo: Courtesy of Lefay Resorts

The Lefay Wellness Residences – part of the Lefay Resort and Spa Dolomiti – are set to debut in September.

Situated in Pinzolo – within the UNESCO-recognised Brenta Dolomites section of the Italian Alps – the residential complex, which is currently under construction, will comprise 23 condos outfitted by Italian interior specialists Alberto Apostoli Architecture and Design.

Three-bedroom apartments and penthouses will also feature chronotherapeutic lighting, ergonomic furniture, and Finnish saunas.

Additionally, residents will have special access to the resort's extensive leisure and wellness amenities, including a 5,000 sq m spa with steam baths and saunas, indoor and outdoor pools, and a fitness centre.

According to Lefay, spa treatments on offer, such as the "Energy Massage and Aesthetic Rituals" will focus on providing "pre- and post-ski" therapies, "to improve strength, balance, flexibility, and core stability".

Speaking on the spa's upcoming services, Dr Carlo Barbieri, director of Lefay's SPA Method Scientific Committee, said that the resort would be introducing "Il Recupero dell'Energia Originale", a stress-relieving programme that helps "the body to regain the balance between the stimuli of the outer world and the inner emotional sphere".

Lefay Resort and Spa Dolomiti will be the second eco-property to join the Lefay hospitality portfolio after the Resort and Spa Lago di Garda, which opened its doors in 2008.



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