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DIRECT BOOKING<br>BENEFITS

DIRECT BOOKING
BENEFITS

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214

 

A real single for you and the artist. With a marble bathroom and a leather armchair.

Room size

23 m²

Number of persons

1

LOCATION
  • To the back, with a view of the Dolomites 

AMENITIES
  • Large twin bed (200x210) made of local maple 
  • Soft down pillows and duvets 
  • Convenient bedside lighting controls 
  • Individual room temperature control 
  • Wengé wood floor, red-and-blue 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 32“ sat-TV with radio, telephone, minibar, hairdryer, make-up mirror, bathrobe, slippers 

ON REQUEST
  • Various pillows 
  • Iron and ironing board 
  • Laundry and shoe cleaning service 
 

Barbara Tavella

 
Amidst Arnold Mario Dall’Os Golden Soap installation in Room 107, a quiet female nude comes to light. Meran artist Leo Putz (1869–1940) made this drawing of Adelheid Ruppert in 1920. Putz sketched moments from everyday life, as in ’Drei Mädchen am Waldsee’ in Room 214. Leo Putz represented a style that stood in between Impressionism and Art Nouveau. He was a member of the Munich group ’Die Scholle’ and worked for the magazine ’Jugend’.
 
 

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