The building of Domus Plinii on the suggestive Lake Como Shores dates back to far 1792. The original unit comprehended the main body called “Plinio Hotel” and an accessory unit for carriage sheltering, enclosed on three sides by a formal Italian garden.
The prestigious Milanese architect Caccia Dominioni restructured the complex in the mid-1980s; the property entrusted him with the direction of works to convert the Hotel into a residential complex. The structure renovation included the restoration of the historic façade overlooking the Lake, maintaining the stone ornaments of balconies and of the entrance from 1792.
Domus Plinii develops on four floors, including twelve Suites, a swimming pool, a private courtyard with 14 parking spots, all surrounded by a fenced-in park extending over 1,000 square meters. Centuries-old trees and hedges enclose, with their geometrical peculiarity, romantic garden paths in stone.
At the beginning of 2018, a team of Milanese architects completely reinvented the 12 Suites; among them the ex vice director of Vogue Italia.
The restoration works included the total remake of Suites, bathrooms, kitchens, walls, paints, wallpapers and furniture.
The Ancient Garden
The Lakeview Pool
Before being a Resort, Domus Plinii is a “state of mind”, an enchanting and charming place overlooking Lake Como waters, capable of fascinating with its refined atmosphere, of surprising with its shapes and colors, and at the same time of pampering you just like at home.
This is the experience we wish you to live.
Familiarity, hospitality and privacy are our commitments to make every stay unique and unforgettable.