Mod 05, Garda Lake
|Via Modigliani, 5, 37014, Sandra di Castelnuovo del Garda, Garda Lake, ITALY.|
Description: Mod 05Mod Five (Mod 05) epitomizes new experience, going far beyond the traditional experience of an ordinary hotel. Close to the attractions, the most beautiful places on the Garda Lake and fascinating historic cities like Verona and its important Fair, Mount Baldo and the Lessini mountains. The surrounding countryside offers magnificent views over the Adige Plain and the Valpolicella. You can also enjoy Mantova, Piazza Sordello and the Palazzo Ducale, Torri del Benaco, Bardolino, Olive Riviera, church of San Severo, Bussolengo, the River Adige, and Villafrana. Mod Five (Mod 05) is a strategic reference point for business and tourism alike.
Mod Five (Mod 05) is an environmentally friendly structure with thermal solar panels and photovoltaic panels covering nearly all energy requirements of the entire structure. Furthermore, biocompatible construction materials and of nontoxic materials for both acoustic and thermal insulation were specially chosen.
Enrica Mosciaro, the architect who designed Mod Five (Mod 05), wished to bestow a modern, functional and at the same time welcoming image. The public and meeting spaces are embellished with furnishings by designers such as Gonzalo Milà, Lievore Altherr Molina, Andres Bluth, Miguel Milà and Patricia Urquiola.
Type of rooms: Mod 052 Junior Suite
Additional information: Mod 05
Located only few kilometers away from the A4 motorway exit Peschiera del Garda and from the A22 motorway exit Verona Nord.
Verona Villafranca "Valerio Catullo" airport is also reachable in few minutes.
Places to visit:
You can visit Mantova starting from Piazza Sordello and the Palazzo Ducale in the historical centre. Palazzo Ducale is the famous residence of the Gonzaga family, made up by a number of buildings, courtyards and gardens gathered around the Palazzo del Capitano, the Magna Domus, and the Castle of St. George.
The town of Torri del Benaco is readily identifiable for its towers and pinnacles of the castle reflecting in the Garda Lake. The tranquil town shore appeals to visitors due its timeless romantic charm. The town's name derives from the Roman period, when it was called "Castrum turrium" meaning "Tower fortress".
Bussolengo is situated in a privileged location, on a plateau overlooking the river Adige, not far away from the city of Verona, the Garda Lake, Mount Baldo and the Lessini mountains. The surrounding countryside offers magnificent views over the Adige Plain and the Valpolicella area which are planted with peach trees and grapevines interspersed with frequent patches of olive and cypress trees.
Villafranca is the major centre of the Garda Lake district. It is overlooked by the 14th century Veronese castle whose donjon was built on a monumental Roman inscription of the 1st century AD, at the time of the Emperor Tiberio. This town still preserves the signs of its growth throughout the centuries, from the Roman era to the Veronese domination, from the wealth of the Repubblica Serenissima to the flourishing Risorgimento.
Bardolino is an important holiday resort at the centre of the Olive Riviera with extensive beaches. It is famous the world over for its "Bardolino" ruby red wine and rosé produced from the vineyards of the surrounding hills. The historic centre dominated by the bell tower of the church of San Severo with its characteristic houses and streets where one can admire masterpieces of art and local history.
Number of rooms: 36
Official category: 3 stars.
Year of establishment and/or latest refurbishment: 2008.
Period of closure: open all year.
Languages spoken: Italian, English.Smoking policy: No smoking.
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard.
GPS Coordinates: 45° 27' 45.55'' N 10° 47' 11.34'' E
Nearest airport: Valerio Catullo Verona - 18 km.