Featured hotels in South Tyrol

  • £46

    Average price per night

    Hotel Wieser, Campo di Trens

    Hotel Wieser

    Campo di Trens

    9.0 Superb 1,004 reviews
    Description Featuring a sauna, Turkish bath and indoor pool, Hotel Wieser lies in Stilves, a small village 1 km from Campo di Trens. This hotel also has an à la carte restaurant, free WiFi and en suite rooms.
    Review

    "Elegantly decorated rooms with a nice pool. Very nice and friendly staff. Excellent breakfast. Good accessibility from the main road and secured parking."

    LaŇufka. Czech Republic
  • £73

    Average price per night

    Der Eggentaler, Bolzano
    9.0 Superb 1,207 reviews
    Description About 3 km from Bolzano, Der Eggentaler is a 3-star hotel 15 km from the Carezza and Latemar ski slopes. It offers an outdoor pool, sun terrace and free ski storage.
    Review

    "Fantastic place! Wonderful surroundings and lovely staff! High end restaurant and a large family room with direct access to the beautiful pool area. Easy access from highway and perfect for couples and..."

    Jessica. Sweden
  • £81

    Average price per night

    Hotel Sachsenklemme, Fortezza
    9.1 Superb 1,529 reviews
    Description Located along the A22 Autostrada del Brennero motorway, Hotel Sachsenklemme is 3 km north of Franzensfeste.
    Review

    "Great staff, superb value for money"

    Salvador. Germany
  • £88

    Average price per night

    Parkhotel Laurin, Bolzano
    9.2 Superb 2,340 reviews
    Description Set in the heart of Bolzano, 200 metres from the cathedral, Parkhotel Laurin is surrounded by a beautiful park where you can dine on warm, summer evenings, or relax by the pool.
    Review

    "Beautiful Architecture Elegant styled rooms Excellent Food Very friendly Staff They genuinely seemed to care about my stay there."

    Abhinav. India
  • £111

    Average price per night

    The Panoramic Lodge, Sarntal
    9.5 Exceptional 178 reviews
    Description The Panoramic Lodge offers accommodation with view in Sarntal, only steps from the Reinswald ski slopes.
    Review

    "Breakfasts were great. The location and the view are amazing. The whole structure is magnificent inside and out. Bathroom decorated very nice. Thanks to Mara and all the other staff who were very kind..."

    Kobi. Israel
  • 9.0 Superb 169 reviews
    Description Active Hotel Sonne is located in Gais, 60 km from Cortina d’Ampezzo. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar and relax in the garden.
    Review

    "The guesthouse exceeded our expectations! It was perfect in every possible way - the food, the place, the friendliest hostess, and a path to the mountains. Strongly recommend it!"

    Darya. Russia
  • £92

    Average price per night

    Hotel Residence der Bircher, Campo di Trens
    9.5 Exceptional 351 reviews
    Description Hotel Residence der Bircher in Campo di Trens has a terrace and a bar. Featuring room service, this property also provides guests with a restaurant for lunch.
    Review

    "Kid friendly in a beautiful setting. The rooms were spacious, clean and nicely decorated."

    Megan. Germany
  • £85

    Average price per night

    The Lodge - Golfclub Eppan, Appiano sulla Strada del Vino
    9.1 Superb 249 reviews
    Description Located in Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, 9 km from Monticolo Lake, The Lodge - Golfclub Eppan features a sun terrace. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
    Review

    "Extra comfy bed and great breakfast. Perfect spa and wellness."

    Kate Ther. Czech Republic
  • 9.5 Exceptional 193 reviews
    Description Offering a swimming pool and sauna, B&B Boutique Apartment Oberwiesen is situated in the Riscone district in Brunico, 700 metres from Kronplatz 2000 and Kronplatz I gondolas.
    Review

    "Newly refurbished hotel, large and comfortable rooms"

    Radu Budurca. Romania
  • £69

    Average price per night

    Hotel Spanglwirt, Campo Tures
    9.4 Superb 235 reviews
    Description Offering mountain views, Hotel Spanglwirt is situated in Campo Tures in the Trentino Alto Adige Region, 1.8 km from Speikboden.

South Tyrol highlights

Lake Prags
Lake Prags is the starting point for the Dolomite High Route footpath and, according to legend, a doorway to the underworld.
The Sella Ronda ski circuit
Enjoy a day on the slopes and ski through 3 Italian provinces by circling one mountain massif.
Ritten – Renon
The Renon cable car will take visitors to a plateau featuring famous local earth pyramids, castles and an electric vintage railway.
Muthöfe
These steep mountain pastures unfold some of the oldest characteristic farmsteads around, and delicious regional snacks can be sampled along the route.
The Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle
These colourful botanical gardens guarantee fascinating and peaceful strolls. They include 80 themed gardens, art installations and activity centres.
Ahrntal - Valle Aurina
For exhilarating fun and adventure, canoeing and rafting in the wild mountain streams of Valle Aurina will not disappoint.
Hike to the Pisciadù waterfalls
Lush meadows and cool mountain streams need to be crossed to reach the captivating Pisciadù waterfalls.
The South Tyrolean Wine Road
Hike or cycle along the vineyards of 16 wine growing towns, and discover hidden treasures in the wine cellars.
Christmas markets in Alto Adige
Shop for presents and souvenirs at the bustling markets while enjoying traditional Christmas music and South Tyrolean specialities.
Views from the Peitlerkofel
The Grosser Peitler and Kleiner Peitler summits offer spectacular mountain views, especially when complemented with South Tyrolean cuisine and a cool beer.

Tyrolese Magic among the Italian Alps

Part of the Alpine regions of northern Italy, this small province mixes great ski slopes, rich traditions from Austrian, Italian and Ladin cultures, stunning landscapes, and great food and wines. Seasons make no difference here, as the enchantment of South Tyrol has always something magic to offer.

With strong cultural and historical bonds with the Austrian Tyrol, this tiny region has a population with a German-speaking majority. The charming towns spread through its undulating geography mix the Tyrolese and Italian influence.

In the picturesque capital Bolzano, the Walther Square with the Cathedral of The Assumption of Our Lady and the trendy shops along Via dei Portici are a must to visit. Known also as Bozen, it is famous for the Christmas Market, where most of the hotels in South Tyrol get sold out quickly.

Merano is the 2nd city in the region and is famous for its spa facilities. And of course, also some the best luxury hotels in South Tyrol are located here. When you talk about Südtirol, it is also important to mention skiing in the Dolomites, Val Badia or Val Gardena: white beauties that you won’t be able to resist.

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