Dream among the peaks: Hotel Garnì Paradisi, a paradise in the Dolomites

Nestled in the majesty of the Dolomites, in the picturesque village of Mezzano, lies the enchanting Hotel Garni Paradisi, an oasis of comfort and relaxation in the heart of one of the most fascinating mountain regions in the world. With a privileged location and meticulous attention to detail, this hotel welcomes you to an enchanting environment, where well-being and serenity blend harmoniously. Upon entering the hotel, you will be charmed by the elegant rustic décor of the common areas. The warm mountain colours, exposed wooden beams and fine finishes create a cosy and inviting atmosphere.

The rooms at Hotel Garnì Paradisi have been carefully designed to ensure maximum well-being and relaxation during your stay. They are embellished with refined furnishings and attention to detail, creating a cosy and homely atmosphere. Each room is equipped with the most modern comforts and offers a panoramic view of the majestic surrounding mountains, the Dolomites.

The wellness centre at Hotel Garni Paradisi is an oasis of relaxation and regeneration. It offers a full range of services and facilities designed to pamper visitors and promote their well-being. Among its main features, you will find a soothing whirlpool that relieves muscle tension and induces a deep state of relaxation. In addition, the sauna offers a purifying and rejuvenating experience for the body and mind. The hotel’s wellness centre is the ideal place to devote yourself to your well-being and find your inner balance in an atmosphere of total tranquillity.

Hotel Garnì Paradisi is located in Mezzano, a charming mountain village in the Dolomites region of north-eastern Italy. This picturesque village is known for its natural beauty, traditional architecture and, in particular, the famous woodpiles that can be found throughout the village. These wooden works of art are composed of logs carefully stacked and organised to create visually fascinating compositions. The woodpiles are often placed in village squares, next to traditional mountain houses, and are a symbol of rural life and timber tradition.