HOLIDAY HAVEN IN THE DOLOMITES
NEWS From summer 2016 the Hubertus is going to be even more stunning! What are we changing? Well, a little bit of everything!
As your view sweeps over the Pustertal valley, your whole perspective shifts. Worries and stress are banished beyond the horizon. Not everything looks different from up here in the heights. But most things do; surrounded by the majesty of the Dolomites (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the jagged Alpine peaks, one could almost think that the mountains themselves are standing on guard, keeping the pressures of life at bay.
Feel-good moments at your own personal retreat
Treat yourself to a spot of pampering at the new Alpenreych spa, relax in the 6 different saunas, let your mind drift away in the 6 indoor and outdoor pools and enjoy a life of leisure in the 3,500 m² Alpenreych Park.
Or would you rather get out and about? Wonderful!
From Monday to Friday, our guides will show you the most beautiful spots of our lands on 2 daily guided walks. Not enough? There’s plenty more to come with acquarobics, power-workouts, circuit training and meditation.
Speck dumplings meet Burrata mozzarella...
That’s about the best way to describe our head chef Stefan Grego’s cuisine. Traditional dishes made using the very best of locally sourced products, set off to perfection with delicacies from the Italian culinary repertoire and skilfully prepared to bring out the natural taste and authenticity of the product.
The HIGHLIGHTS of our renovations
- Sky-Pool glass-fronted 25m long Sky-Infinity-Pool. Dive in, gaze out and reach for the sky…it’s close enough to touch.
- Belvedere rooms furnished in chalet style with a free-standing panorama bathtub that Cleopatra herself would envy.
- Outdoor Blockhouse sauna, cosy relaxation oasis, panorama fitness room and much more.
The numerous small details are the spice of the special treats that we like to surprise you with. That’s our commitment, and your guarantee.
Your relaxation is our utmost aim. We wish you the very warmest of welcomes to the Hubertus.