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Nira Montana is nestled in the Italian ski resort of La Thuile, a laid-back area in the northwestern part of the breathtaking Aosta Valley. The hotel’s rugged modern exterior belies rich wood interiors presented with a twist: think wooden wallpaper, high-end Italian furniture, and the most luxurious spa in the area. The hotel’s restaurant also serves the finest Italian cuisine in the region. Set against the majestic grandeur of Mont Blanc, Nira Montana is perfect for adventure enthusiasts, with rafting, fishing, and 160 kilometers of ski trails through France and Italy.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
After 40 years of working with some of the world’s biggest hotel brands – including Ritz-Carlton, Raffles and Fairmont – Puri set out alone. In order to achieve the service and attention to detail he wanted, he dedicated his efforts to smaller, boutique properties. Following his Nira-branded hotels in Mauritius and Edinburgh, Puri opened Nira Alpina, a modern mountain resort which continues to remake Alpine luxury for a new generation of travelers.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Built using new construction techniques, Nira Montana boasts a façade that contrasts beautifully with those of its ancient neighbors, bringing an uncharacteristic modernism to the area. However, much like its sister property the Nira Alpina, the property is crafted from local materials, such as wood and stone that echoes the property’s surroundings. The spacious rooms are a synergy of high-end Italian design and traditional alpine charm, as conjured by the Milan-based design studio Del Portico, which instills a sense of contemporary wonder.