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10 wonderful Boutique hotels in South Tyrol (Italy)

Escape to the stunning Italian Alps with a visit to South Tyrol, where breathtaking landscapes, rich cultural heritage and world-class amenities await many excellent hotels are waiting for you. Here's the list of our favorite 10 boutique hotels in South Tyrol.

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South Tyrol

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Miramonti Boutique Hotel

Hafling (Merano)

Perched on a sunny plateau in the Dolomites, the Miramonti Boutique Hotel offers breathtaking views of the town of Merano and the surrounding snowy mountains. A highlight of the property is its stunning salt-water infinity pool that seems to hang over the entire valley, setting a new standard for pool design. All rooms feature a minimalist design with spacious bathrooms, complete with large rain showers, and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer stunning views of the mountains. If you're interested in exploring, the concierge is available to set up adventures, including a ride in the hotel's classic Alfa Romeo.

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Biohotel Bühelwirt

Valle Aurina, San Giacomo

An eco-friendly and organic hotel designed by local architects Alexander and Armin Pedevilla. Cast in blackened larch wood, the hotel stands out as a masterpiece of timbered design. The Pedevilla brothers have combined the 1910 chalet with a new structure that is sensitive to the environment and sustainability. The use of charcoal timber and angular outcrops provides guests with a breathtaking view of the Alpine forests and snow-capped mountains. The interior is designed to be calming, with blond wood and natural walls, warm loden textiles, and gleaming copper lamps sourced from local mines and custom-designed by Harry Thaler.

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1477 Reichhalter


1477 Reichhalter is a 500-year-old boutique hotel in the South Tyrol town of Lana, a unique destination that combines German and Italian cultures. The hotel has been updated with mid-century modern design elements and stands out with its sense of discovery, setting it apart from other self-promoting hotels. Its eight rooms showcase a mix of heritage and contemporary touches, with plenty of vintage details, modern furniture, and classic design pieces. The hotel also has a highly-regarded restaurant and a central location in the charming Alpine town. 1477 Reichhalter offers a timeless and unforgettable experience, making it a true gem in the Dolomites.

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Weisses Kreuz


This hotel gem seamlessly blends traditional elements with contemporary design, creating a unique and eye-catching style. The hotel's dedication to preserving its heritage while catering to modern travelers is evident throughout its rooms. The hotel places a strong emphasis on wellness, with over 1,300 square meters devoted to promoting mental and physical health. The spa, relaxation, and wellness center features local Sarner porphyry quartz rock and combines with the timbers of the historic farmhouse to create a tranquil atmosphere with stunning mountain views.

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Apfelhotel Torgglerhof


The name of the Apfelhotel Torgglerhof is not by chance: In this design hotel, you can lie in the 10,000 square meter garden surrounded by four hectares of apple and fruit gardens, sweat in the pretty new apple sauna, and toast in the evening with a glass of apple cider. The 28 rooms and apartment suites could not be more different - from the 200-year-old apple chalet to the vacation home on the edge of the forest. Additionally, there is a winter-heated pool, a hot tub, breakfast and dinner in the garden, Meran nearby, a tennis court, 5-course menus and ice cream and cake in the afternoon.

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Vigilius Mountain Resort

Mt. San Vigilio (Lana)

The only way to reach the Vigilius Mountain Resort is by a 1500 meter cable car ride to the top of the mountain. Despite its modern design, it offers a unique experience away from the busy city life with its peaceful surroundings of forests, peaks, and the distant sounds of cowbells. Every room at Vigilius has a terrace with breathtaking views of either the Dolomites or Val d'Ultimo. The rooms are tastefully decorated with a blend of wood, stone, and concrete, with a clever heated clay wall separating the bedroom and bathroom areas.

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The Schgaguler Hotel in Kastelruth has undergone a remarkable transformation from an ordinary 1980s hotel to a unique and modern architectural masterpiece. The Milan-based architect Peter Pichler, has kept the iconic peaked silhouettes while incorporating a minimalist design of white concrete and large glass windows, creating a distinct and stylish building that embodies the essence of the Alps. The hotel boasts light-filled rooms with blond wood furnishings and a gray-on-white color scheme and features ample comforts including in-room soaking tubs in some suites, and gable suites with five-meter high ceilings. The restaurant showcases the best of South Tyrolean cuisine, combining the hearty flavors of the Alps with Mediterranean delicacy.

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Rosa Alpina


This hotel is currently closed due to renovations.

Experience the unique blend of Italian and Germanic charm at Rosa Alpina, an Aman Partner Hotel nestled in the Dolomites. This family-owned hotel offers a cosmopolitan and stylish atmosphere with rustic and chic rooms featuring blond wood paneling and elegant Italian furnishings. Enjoy world-class skiing as the hotel was home to San Cassiano's first lift, or indulge in a variety of spa treatments and delectable cuisine, including a Michelin-starred restaurant, wine bar and grill, and even fondue. No matter the season, San Cassiano has something for everyone, from golfing, hiking, climbing, and biking in the summer, to skiing in the winter.

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Adler Lodge Ritten

Soprabolzano (Oberbozen)

Elevate your Alpine getaway with a stay at the all-inclusive Adler Lodge Ritten, a luxury retreat perched atop a wooded hill in South Tyrol. Immerse yourself in nature and indulge in a resort that blends traditional Tyrolean design with modern amenities, including a spa, fitness center, and dining options. Enjoy spectacular views of the valley and Dolomites from one of the twenty-two suites or a stand-alone chalet, all featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, local artwork, and cozy fireplaces. Let Adler Lodge Ritten be your source of inspiration and serenity in the heart of South Tyrol.

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Forestis Dolomites

Bressanone (Brixen)

Discover a new level of luxury at Forestis Dolomites, a modern lodge nestled in the lush forests of South Tyrol. Built from natural materials, including stone, glass, and wood, this hotel seamlessly blends into the breathtaking landscape. Enjoy an abundance of natural light in your guest room, with picture windows showcasing the wilderness and features including a king-sized bed, walk-in shower, and custom bath products. Upgrade to the penthouse suite for added indulgences, including a terrace and private pool with a sauna. Start your day with a delicious breakfast buffet and mountain views at the slow-food restaurant, then explore the area through skiing, hiking, or cycling. Relax and unwind at the spa, in the garden, or at the bar, complete with indoor and outdoor fireplaces and drinks made from locally-foraged herbs and berries.

Best time to vist for visiting South Tyrol

For winter sports and activities, the best time to visit is between December and March. During these months, the region is covered in snow, providing ideal conditions for skiing, snowboarding, and other winter sports.














For summer activities, such as hiking, mountain biking, and outdoor adventures, the best time to visit is between June and September. During these months, the weather is mild, and the landscape is lush and green.

For those looking for a more relaxed and cultural experience, spring and autumn are the ideal times to visit. During these months, the weather is mild, the crowds are smaller, and the region is filled with vibrant colors.

Waterfall St. Magdalena in Val di Funes