Unique design and decor – Each of the 54 rooms in the hotel has been carefully designed and furnished to make them as unique and impressive as each other. The craftsmanship almost comes to life and the individual touches of pine, rugs, throws and subtle ornaments add a wonderfully homely touch.
A range of luxury facilities – The basement spa is a grotto of calm with its small heated relaxation pool and wellness area offering massages and treatments. There’s a Turkish hammam and sauna too. If you’d rather keep your modesty covered, relax in one of the various lounges complete with fireplace or take in a wine tasting in the hotel’s own, huge wine cellar.
FoodMichelin starred dining – The hotel’s Stua de Michil is a one-Michelin starred bistro, redesigned in an orignal 17th Century style with wonderfully aged wood panels, delicate lighting, ornate tableware and of course an astonishingly delicious menu.
Four courses for dinner – Opt for half board or book ahead to enjoy your evening meals in Les Stues with Tyrolean and Ladin specials on the regularly changing menu. The food is special, but the wine list is something extra. If you’re no expert don’t worry, allow the in-house sommelier to pair a bottle or two with your dinner choices.
Breakfast buffet – A delicious, large, varied hot and cold breakfast buffet welcomes you each morning. A range of Alpine standards all lovingly prepared in the hotel’s kitchen as well as eggs and bacon inspired options cooked to order.