An enchanted place, resembling a paradise: the Garden of Eden is the true soul of the hotel.
At the heart of the Eden Hotel stretches a garden masterfully designed by landscape architect Sophie Agata Ambroise. A unique space that elegantly blends the characteristics of an Alpine botanical garden and the serenity of a river park. The result? A green landscape, between spontaneity and attention to detail, that envelops guests in a highly evocative dimension.
The garden project covers an area of about 5000 sqm around the hotel, with one side facing the river and the city. Here, the theme of the river park comes to life through trees with silver and grey-green foliage. Birches, poplars, alders and a variety of arboreal and shrubby willows rise up, with a typical alpine undergrowth. A layer of light-coloured gravel covers the soil, serving as a barrier for summer evaporation and protecting the roots from the winter cold. In this environment, plants produce seeds that give rise to new seedlings with harmonious randomness.
The entrance and the rooms are characterised by areas of lawn alternating with small orchards of fruit and flowers, bordered by natural chestnut poles, handcrafted to follow the grain of the wood. Inside, soft lawns accommodate raspberry bushes, currants and berry roses, accompanied by spring and summer flowers such as lilies and poppies.
This synergy between sustainability and design enhances the hotel's distinctive comfort. The interior, with warm earth tones and natural materials such as wood and leather, creates an atmosphere of purity and refinement. The whole is a fine play on taste, an invitation to immerse oneself in a cosy mountain villa, letting the senses do the talking.