We use cookies to offer the best possible user experience on our website. We also use third-party cookies, to deliver personalised advertisement messages. By using our website you agree, that cookies can be saved on your device. Further information on the cookies used and on how to disable them can be found here.
 
DIRECT BOOKING<br>BENEFITS

DIRECT BOOKING
BENEFITS

1. SAVE 10%
Pay in advance and save 10%. The rate is non-refundable, reservation cannot be changed.
2. WE TAKE CUSTOMER-ASSISTANCE PERSONALLY
When you book direct, we take account of your precise personal wishes. From our 33 different rooms, we are certain to find one that is perfect for you!
3. SPECIAL DEALS
Get the best deals such as One More Night (stay 3, pay 2), Happy Weekend (-15%), Enjoy 7 (stay 7, pay 6), Bolzano with Love (Parking inclusive) when booking directly with us.
4. BEST PRICE GUARANTEE
Your direct booking guarantees you the best price. If you do happen to find your room online at a better price, however, we will match the offer
 

208

 

Shades of prim brocade. Plus a red leather armchair and a venus fly trap.

Room size

28 m²

Number of persons

2

LOCATION
  • Piazza Walther

AMENITIES
  • Large twin beds (200x210) made of local maple 
  • Soft down pillows and duvets 
  • Convenient bedside lighting controls 
  • Individual room temperature control 
  • Wengé wood floor, green Gabbeh carpet 
  • Armchair and desk 
  • Kettle with TWG tea selection and instant coffee 
  • Umbrella and Greif bag 
  • Yellow marble bathroom with bathtub
  • 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
  • Cot
  • Various pillows 
  • Iron and ironing board 
  • Laundry and shoe cleaning service 
 

Florin Kompatscher

 
Imagine Venus bathing among ducks, and you have an idea of how well the pencil drawing ’Two Ducks in Flight’ by Alexander Koester (1864–1932) goes with the Venus wallpaper by Florin Kompatscher. This German artist had a preference for close-ups from nature in which he explored the reflections of light on ponds, reeds and trees ... and the ducks that made him famous in all their many poses. Koester lived in Klausen, to the north of Bolzano, from 1896 to 1914.
 
 

Choose your room

 
 
2
 
0
 
Search
 
TO THE TOP