Hotel Pitrizza: harmonious contrast between modern and nature of the Costa Smeralda
A story that continues for over fifty years
Hotel Pitrizza is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating places in the Costa Smeralda, especially for the contrast between the modernity of the architecture and the wild nature surrounding. This magical integration has been imagined by the Italian architect Luigi Vietti in the early 1960s.
It was Karim Aga Khan, the Ismaelian prince who in ’63 gave hired the Arch. Vietti, the designer of Villa La Cerbiatta (Prince’s home in Sardinia) and the village of Porto Cervo.
Vietti imagined a structure composed of single units and in this respect the Hotel Pitrizza resembles a contemporary resort.
You can enjoy extensive stays and open spaces with the villas surrounded by well-kept gardens between rocks and pools.
The sea, a few steps from the villas, has the incredible transparency that has made the Emerald Coast famous. The surrounding environment looks wild and the gardens made up of Mediterranean scrub are all natural but well looked after.
The hotel was the subject of two restorations, one complete in the 90s, with a reworking of the style in a more modern sense. More recently, the new suites have been completed with sea views and villas with private beach and pool.
GREENITALY Coast had an important part in this renovation, especially for the new wing. In the gallery you can appreciate our intervention in the construction of the lawns on the roof of the villas.
The gardens have been redesigned, thinking of greater integration with the surrounding environment in the original spirit of the Vietti project.