Just like a box seat, the quiet and sunny Hotel Gitschberg blends in with the gentle mountainous landscape of Meransen. A hotel with the sustainable label “KlimaHotel”, deeply rooted in the tradition and nature of South Tyrol and facing the unique backdrop of the Dolomites. The architecture resembles the rustic hay barns of the alpine and ski region Gitschberg Jochtal - while the interior impresses with its modernity: Clear lines, a lot of light, warm colours and natural materials form a harmonious symbiosis. Guests can find peace and strength in 38 rooms and suites. A boutique hotel in the mountains, small enough for you to feel at home, yet big enough to enjoy all the perks of your holiday. Focused entirely on nature, the Fenilia Spa amazes with the Panorama Pool, saunas and a naturopathically inspired massage and beauty programme. At the Gitschberg, the cuisine is also in harmony with nature: Ingredients from South Tyrolean agriculture as well as mountain and wild herbs provide for an unforgettable flavour experience.
On an area of 43 sqm, the Gassla Spa Suite invites guests to exclusive living and private wellness pleasure. Guests are welcomed with the wonderful fragrance of larch wood, and interiors impress with precious silver quartzite and fine woollen fabrics. A lounge area with a tea bar, a water fountain and a library provides for relaxing hours. A highlight is the private Spa Loggia with its own Swiss stone pine mountain sauna, fragrant aromas and barefoot parkour.
A MOUNTAIN HOTEL IN SOUTH TYROL – RELUCTANT AND STRAIGHTFORWARD
The Puster Valley stretches all the way from Brixen in South Tyrol to Lienz in the Austrian region of East Tyrol. And, on the sunny south terrace above the Puster Valley, Meransen is situated at around 1,400 meters above sea level. With over 280 days of sun a year, the small town is one of the sunniest places in South Tyrol. Among meadows and mountain pastures, from here you can see the Gitschberg – the so-called local mountain of Meransen. The region around the Gitschberg is an adventure all year round: the summer invites you to go hiking with a panoramic view of the Dolomites. In winter, Meransen is a popular destination for ski and winter sports fans with the Gitschberg-Jochtal ski resort and its 55 kilometres of slopes.