Wine & Spa Resort Loisium Hotel

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Designed by noted American architect Stephen Holl, this wine-world centre is already attracting its own pilgrims, drawn not only to its spectacular look but also to its unique concept: a spa for wine lovers. Set amidst newly erected vineyards, the Loisium Hotel plunges its guests into the world of wine at every level, from its interior cork motif to "vinotherapy", a selection of treatments involving grape and wine products.

The 82-room design hotel itself seems to float above air, as a glass ground-floor complex including a rock pool and a larger swimming pool give way to a solid first and second floor. The Loisium is also an Aveda Destination Spa, with the full range of Aveda spa offerings.

Design reigns supreme in the public spaces and guestrooms of the Loisium, including the lobby’s "Kiesler Eck", a display of furnishings created for Peggy Guggenheim in 1942 and available as recreations produced by the modern Wittmann Carpentry Workshop. It all sits atop the 900-year-old vaults that give the property its name; a tour is the ideal precursor to a wine-themed meal in the hotel’s spectacular restaurant.

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Wine & Spa Resort Loisium Hotel
Loisium Allee 2
Langenlois 3550

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