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DIRECT BOOKING<br>BENEFITS

DIRECT BOOKING
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201

 

A stone balcony that’s perfect for playing Romeo and Juliet.

Room size

41 m²

Number of persons

2-4

LOCATION
  • In the quiet Raingasse

AMENITIES
  • Antique balcony onto the Raingasse 
  • Large twin beds (200x210) 
  • Soft down pillows and duvets 
  • Convenient bedside lighting controls 
  • Individual room temperature control 
  • Wengé wood floor, red Gabbeh carpet 
  • Couch corner and desk 
  • Kettle with TWG tea selection and instant coffee 
  • Umbrella and Greif bag 
  • White marble bathroom with whirlpool and shower
  • Certified organic cosmetics with delicate Alpine herbal fragrance 

ALWAYS
  • Free Wi-Fi, safe, interactive 42“ sat-TV with radio, telephone, minibar, hairdryer, make-up mirror, bathrobe, slippers 

ON REQUEST
  • Extra beds for children or adults 
  • Various pillows 
  • Iron and ironing board 
  • Laundry and shoe cleaning service 
 

Carmen Müller

 
Carmen Müller’s stage set in Room 201 is disrupted by three pictures by South Tyrolean artist Peter Fellin (1920–1999). The cycle is dedicated to the troubadour Walther von der Vogelweide: ’Walther von der Vogelweide – Knight – Lady at Court’ (1960). Fellin was one of the region’s most flamboyant post-war artists. His work – sometimes religious, sometimes expressive or abstract – left a lasting impression on the artistic landscape of South Tyrol.
 
 

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