Places of interest
A holiday means time to discover the local area and to imbibe experiences. There is plenty to see all around our hotel, don’t miss out.
Here our top five highlights in Venosta Valley
Discover the marble village Lasa. Marble from Lasa is quarried way up above the town and transferred down to the valley via a seemingly vertical sloped railway track. The blocks of valuable raw marble are then further processed in the marble works and finished principally for construction purposes.
Held annually in august, the very special event “Marble and Apricots” combines culinary and cultural products. Numerous market stands invite you to stroll and shop.
Where the walls whisper
With just 900 inhabitants Glorenza is the smallest town in South Tyrol. A special characteristic of this town are the completely preserved city walls.
Don't miss a visit to the first and only whiskey distillery in Italy.
A Knight’s Tale
Castel Coira is one of the most beautiful and best preserved castles in South Tyrol. The world renowned armoury contains the largest collection of its kind.
The highlight of Castel Coira are the South Tyrolean Knight‘s Games which take place in August.
“Sail ahoy” from July to October on the largest artificial lake of South Tyrol, Lake Resia, on the MS Hubertus. The captain of the boat is going to tell you more about the flood in the villages of Curon and Resia.
Myth of mountain
Perched on a hill at the mouth of the valley, Juval Castle looks out imposingly across the Val Senales.
Castel Juval is the residence of mountaineering legend Reinhold Messner and location of one of his Messner Mountain Museums. It contains several art collections: a Tibetan collection, a gallery with pictures of the world's Holy Mountains and a collection of masks from five continents.