Villa Hochland: welcoming since 1896.
Since its construction in 1896 by the German architect Clemens Feodor Helm, the Art Nouveau villa near the Polveriera has dominated the landscape above Merano. Since 1903 it has stood out for the welcome given to the tourists that reached the city and its thermal baths. The Villa became famous throughout Europe thanks to the empress, Sissi. Villa Hochland has always boasted unique comforts for that time: it had electricity, bathrooms with hot water, central heating and a telephone.
Even now, the comfort and privacy enjoyed in the recently completely renovated apartments are the reason why the structure is chosen by tourists looking for a relaxing holiday.
Owned by the Kuen family since 1988, today Villa Hochland is managed by Barbara, a discrete yet friendly person. She showers her guests with warm hospitality and well-being. Her precious advice will persuade you to try the most wondrous local specialties, learn about the mountains and valleys surrounding Merano, and discover the most evocative corners of the city that fascinated the empress, Sissi.
The Garden and Caffè Jesi apartments overlook a private, splendid and quiet garden surrounded by palm trees and cypresses.
In the shared outdoor area, accessible from all the apartments, the outdoor swimming pool offers guests moments of well-being and relax.
All the apartments have been recently renovated paying careful attention to detail and decorating with a minimal style, with light tones and clean and elegant lines.
The large habitable terraces of the apartments Villa Helm, Palmen and Gran Terrazza offer a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean garden and the roofs of Merano.