Bogogno Golf Resort
Milan & Lake Como, Italy
Opened in 2014, the environmentally friendly hotel was built with the use of natural recyclable materials using advanced technologies. With 32 bedrooms, a restaurant, two bars, two onsite golf courses and excellent leisure facilities, Bogogno Golf Resort is one of the most prestigious in Northern Italy.
Bogogno Golf Resort features two onsite 18-hole golf courses, the Bonora Course and the Del Conte Course. Both courses offer variety and challenge, and are highly regarded as some of the finest in Italy, set over undulating land with breathtaking scenery.
The modern and contemporary hotel features 32 rooms of various sizes, each with a private terrace overlooking the 18th hole of the Bonora Course or the golf club pools.
Restaurant & Bars
Enjoy delightful cuisine inspired by the Piedmontese tradition in the ‘What Else?’ restaurant, with a terrace overlooking the golf courses. With a focus on high quality ingredients and raw, healthy dishes, the simple and refined food on offer is excellent.
Spa & Leisure
Bogogno Golf Resort features excellent leisure facilities, with a synthetic football pitch, two tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi available to hotel guests.
Situated in the town of Bogogno, at the foot of the Monte Rosa Massif mountain range, Bogogno Golf Resort is less than 40 minutes away from Malpensa Airport.
A variety of wine and cheese tastings are available in the area, with local specialities a must try at nearby restaurants. The fashion capital of Milan is also within an hour’s drive, with a range of attractions and sights to see. Alternatively, visit the stunning Lake Maggiore.
Golf courses at Bogogno Golf Resort
Del Conte Course
The modern and stylish golf course is as picturesque as a golf course can be, with mountain backdrops and lush green fairways. The course itself is shorter and less challenging than its older sister but by no means a walk over. You’ll need your ‘A’ game to score your best, however, there is room for error should you go wild off the tee.
Don’t let the views of jaw-dropping mountain ranges distract you from the brilliant golf you’re about to play. The Bonora course is arguably the better of the two and is slightly longer and more challenging, requiring good course management if you’re hoping to score well. The natural beauty of this course is second to none with untouched woodlands and streams running alongside the fairways.
Book your break at Bogogno Golf Resort
Genuinely one of the best golf resorts I have been to in Europe. Two top-class parkland golf courses and a lovely, boutique-style, hotel with 50 rooms and a spa. A real hidden gem of European Golf. Perfect for a quiet, but high-class, golfing getaway.
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