The building, dating back to the end of the nineteenth century, was sought after by the Count Giuseppe Feltrinelli, who envisaged it as a hunting lodge. Following this, Villa Sostaga was renovated by Alberico Belgioioso, who transformed it into a summer residence to accommodate noble families and distinguished guests during the warmer months.
Recently redeveloped by the Seresina family, in total respect of the “classic” allure which has always characterised it, the building consists of 19 rooms - with lake or park view - divided between the main building and the Meridiana Annexe.
The internal areas are studied to guarantee tranquillity and relaxation typical of a private villa, but at the same time, grant an allure of luxury to the hotel. The charm of the Clarabella lounge and the intimacy of the Liberty hall represent the perfect manifest.