La dolce vita

COMO Shambala has provided another reason to visit the lush fields of Tuscany, encapsulating the essence of the sweet life.

02 August 2021


COMO Shambala has added an even more compelling reason to visit the fragrances, tastes and sounds of Tuscany the moment we are free to discover faraway destinations.

A holistic sanctuary built on a rambling 740 acres designed by one of Milan’s finest is awaiting our isolated beings to make a connection with this world-class retreat.

Boasting all the necessities, COMO Shambala includes an indoor gym and a forest gym, a relaxation area, views of the Tuscan countryside, yoga and pilates studios, thermal suites, a 25-metre swimming pool and two tennis courts.

Take ten years off with non-surgical and anti-ageing facials and body therapies using local lavender and olive oils. Enjoy fresh produce to nourish the body and soul before wandering through fragrant gardens, sampling manna from the local area like wine, honey, and olives.

Cycle through forests and olive groves, walk by towering vistas of vineyards or embark on a Tuscan truffle hunt before learning to cook Italian specialities in cooking classes with Executive Chef Giovanni Luca Di Pirro.


Indulge your sweet tooth by making gelato with an Italian master or make like Richard Branson and take off in a hot air balloon. COMO awaits.

Room rates start from AU$884.00 per night on a bed and breakfast basis.

The COMO Group, headquartered in Singapore, encompasses the hospitality collection of COMO Hotels and Resorts. The group also runs the international luxury fashion retailer Club 21 and the COMO Foundation.



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