"The Tanzer", as the family-run gourmet and boutique hotel likes to call itself, is situated in the idyllic centre of Issengo in South Tyrol's Pustertal Valley. The clear, light and modern architecture of the boutique hotel's façade are a welcome and an invitation to all. "Small and beautiful" is the hotel's philosophy: The hosts, the Baumgartner Family, are strong believers in detail, and their eye for the special is reflected throughout the hotel in a great mix of tradition and modernity. The 21 bedrooms are light and furnished in natural materials with modern features. Guests will find a haven of peace and rest in the spa oasis with its sauna, infrared cabin and large quiet relaxation room with water beds. Absolute gourmet delights with award-winning dishes are served in the hotel's own restaurant. On fine days, guests can even enjoy their meals on Kirchplatzl Terrace against the breathtaking backdrop of the Dolomites.
The spacious Roof Garden Suite has wonderful views of the Astjoch and the Sarntal Alps. The approx. 50 m² suite has space for two people. Wooden flooring, a bright interior, natural linen bedclothes and a free-standing bathtub make for a cosy atmosphere. The highlight of the suite is the west-facing private panoramic roof garden.
The Pustertal Valley stretches all the way from Brixen in South Tyrol to Lienz in the Austrian region of East Tyrol. Nestled in the heart of the Pustertal Valley at the very centre of the Dolomites – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – lies the idyllic village of Issengo, part of the municipality of Falzes. The village is surrounded by the soaring peaks of the Dolomites and unparalleled countryside that is the perfect summer destination for hiking, climbing and mountain biking. In winter, too, the area around Issengo has a lot to offer: the village is just a few minutes from Kronplatz ski resort with its 100 kilometres of pistes and around 300 kilometres of cross-country ski trails.
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