The Adler Mountain Lodge is located high up in the mountains in the heart of the Dolomites, at a height of 1800 m. Using natural raw materials from the region and sustainable construction methods, local architects Hugo & Hanspeter Demetz have worked alongside Rudi Perathoner from Selva to create a small 30-bedroom hotel. The main lodge houses the reception, a cavernous lounge with open fireplace, spacious sun terrace, restaurant, guest suites and wellness and spa facilities. The panoramic fitness room and the wellness area are located on the top floor, featuring a sauna, relaxation area and three treatment rooms, as well as a wrap-around infinity pool, all with panoramic views of the Alpine landscape. The food at Mountain Lodge will reflect the specialities of the South Tyrol, with a focus on buying supplies from local producers. Behind the main building, higher up the slope stand 12 two-story guest chalets.
The hotel provides 16 junior suites (40 to 45 m²) and two family suites in the main building (60 to 65 m²), eight chalets (70 to 75 m²) and four family chalets (80 to 85 m²). Each chalet has a spacious living room with a glassed-in fireplace and comfortable sofas, plus a terrace, on the ground floor, with a sleeping area and bathroom with private sauna and separate toilet, plus balcony, on the second floor. In addition, the two family chalets have an extra bedroom with separate bathroom on the ground floor.
Rates start at EUR 207.