Facilities

Walls, furniture, accessories – witnesses to a well-lived life. They are temporary companions, they create space for experiences. The interior of Villa Fluggi is a legend and is deserving of one. Most of the pieces come from the Alpine region, preferably vintage, almost exclusively timeless classics, curated over the years.

  • 270m2 of living space
  • Space for up to 2 to 10 people
  • 2 floors, 3 levels
  • 2 terraces and 2 balconies
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 1 day toilet
  • 2 living rooms
  • 1 Study
  • 1 game room
  • 1 dining room
  • 1 reading room
  • Kitchen with beer tap
  • Garden
  • Private Finnish outdoor sauna
  • Washing room complete with washing machine and dryer
  • Villa Fluggi wine cellar
  • 800m² garden complete with herb garden
  • 2 garages for small cars, 3 parking spaces

270m2 on 3 levels

Room units

Ground floor

Sleeping unit downstairs. 50 square meters. One bedroom with a double bed, one studio, WC, large bathroom with a walk-in shower.

First floor

Sleeping unit on the first floor. 50 m² and balcony 25 m². Two bedrooms, one large bedroom with a double bed and a smaller bedroom with a double bed or two single beds. Bathroom with bathtub and large shower area.

First floor

Sleeping unit on the first floor. 50 m² and balcony 25 m². Two bedrooms, one large bedroom with a double bed and a smaller bedroom with a double bed or two single beds. Bathroom with bathtub and large shower area.

Top floor

Sleeping unit on the top floor. 40 m². Small balcony. Three bedrooms, one with double bed, one small bedroom with a queen size bed (140×200), a small children’s room with a single bed.

Facilities

The Viennese family business Lobmeyr has been dazzling crystalware lovers with their expert crafts for 200 years. The previous owner discovered this gem meandering through flea markets and vintage shops.

The South Tyrolean Harry Thaler is actually a trained goldsmith, but has long made an international name for himself as a product designer. The bar cabinet in Villa Fluggi was specially made from oak, marble and cast material. It is smooth and cool on the outside, a multifaceted revelation on the inside.

When you think of mid-century America, you automatically think of Florence Knoll. The sofa with its clear, geometric shapes was fashioned by the very same. Timeless architecture cast in a cozy form.

A Swiss product that initially sparked its own furniture label and now goes by the name Manufakt. Before René Bättig took the helm, Bättig AG made tubular steel furniture. These have been on the market since 2006.

Harry Thaler’s bar has served its share of Negronis crackling with ice. Aperitivo in the Villa Fluggi.

Form, function and aesthetics are the three cornerstones of the family-run company Thonet. The chair 209 has been a darling of architects since its invention. As a light, comfortable armchair with a low backrest and lots of charisma, it invites you to take a seat at the dining table in Villa Fluggi.

Come together on Florence Knoll’s gray sofa, the lamp switched on for indirect light. As the darkness slowly envelops Merano, ambience fills the room.

The wood crackles softly. The air is pleasantly hot. An infusion under palm trees does not happen every day.

The wood crackles softly. The air is pleasantly hot. An infusion under palm trees does not happen every day.

This piece of furniture has been keeping things tidy since the 1960s and has long since become a timeless classic. It was invented by Dieter Rams for the Otto Zapf company, now known as Vitsoe, to be adaptable and versatile.

The year 1945 was when Alvar Aalto designed this light, versatile bench made of birch wood. It is as practical as it is clear and elegant. It bears the label of the Finnish manufacturer Artek, where it fits well into the L-Leg Collection.

A backdrop for life together. Friendly music sings from the classic by Braun.

Actually designed for your home office space, this furnishing system, developed by the collaboration of Ulrich and Paul Schärer and Fritz Haller, has long swept through the world. It went into production in 1969 and is manufactured in Switzerland.

The Braun company is an institution when it comes to phono equipment. The Audio 310 record player was designed by Dieter Rams. Sound enthusiasts love this flagship piece from the early 70s, with its straight lines and clear sound quality.