Hotels Near Toblacher Pfannhorn In Dobbiaco

4/5Very Good10 Reviews
7.4km from Toblacher Pfannhorn
Stayed for just one night on a visit from Venice. Very warm welcome & two rooms that were lovely. Dinner was a set menu , delicious, but we should have requested a little more time between courses! Slept extremely well in comfortable beds & left after lovely buffet breakfast next morning. Thank you for a lovely stay, we hope to be back!
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4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
7.6km from Toblacher Pfannhorn
Only a 10-minute walk from Dobbiaco town centre, Hotel Sonne is 500 metres from the Rienz ski slope. It boasts rooms with a balcony, a small wellness area, and a traditional restaurant with bar.Mountain-style rooms at the Sonne come with a fan, safe and a satellite flat-screen TV. Some rooms are allergy free and feature a seating area.A buffet breakfast consists of sweet and savoury food such as cakes, cereal, cold cuts and juices. The restaurant serves Tyrolean and international specialities.The wellness area comprises an indoor pool, a Turkish bath, and a sauna. Sonne Hotel organises guided trips to the mountains twice a week.A ski school is 50 metres away. Parking at the property is free.
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
7.98km from Toblacher Pfannhorn
I spent a week there and i was really glad to relax in the Spa after a long-day work. The rooms, to be honest, are rather basic and a sheet (instead of a summer blanket only) would have been appreciated, but I must admit I did not complain, so I cannot tell whether I would have been provided with sheets, had I asked. The rooms are not very big: in my room the really small TV (20-inch screen, maybe?) was in a sort of sitting room area separated from the sleeping area: I did not have time to watch TV but somebody might find this annoying. In all the other rooms I saw, though, there was only one area equipped with Tv and all the rest and, in some cases, a bench and a table too. The rooms with the balconies had also the advantage of the beautiful view of the Dolomites. Apart from this, the restaurant was fabulous: every morning we were presented with three different menus to freely choose from for our dinner and water and wine were included too. The food served was delicious and very well presented: I had been on a diet for 6 weeks before getting there but I gave up the first day I tasted their dishes! Then, there was a common sitting area with a big TV, tables, benches, armchairs, etc. , an indoor swimming pool, saunsa and spa, and I think there was also a football pitch which I did not use.Everything was included with the exception of massages which were available next to the Spa. The hotel is central but it takes a 10-minute walk to get to the heart of the town; nevertheless, the railway station is just a hundred metres away (although I never heard a train passing when I was in the hotel) so it was really handy to get a train to San Candido (a 5-minute ride or so) and other places. What I especially liked about the hotel, besides the restaurant and the Spa, was its atmosphere: cosy and family-run. The owner greeted us on arrival and often inquired if everything was ok during dinner. So, despite the rooms, for me the hotel was excellent!
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4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
8.23km from Toblacher Pfannhorn
We have just spent a winter week in this fabulous alpine family hotel in the heart of the Südtirol, overlooking the beautiful and majestic Dolomites. What a wonderful and special place this is. We stayed in a lodge - a spacious double room overlooking the mountains - in the new wing of the hotel that includes the spa. The room was extremely comfortable, absolutely spotless, and it was a pleasure to come back to after a day spent outdoors. The fabulous spa is a real bonus and one of highlights of a stay here - it has been done with such care and unique style and is possibly the best spa hotel we have ever stayed at. We loved the outdoor pool, lying in the fresh and breath-achingly crisp evening air looking at the stars while luxuriating in the warmth of the pool. Very special. The saunas, steam bath and (yes) hay bath were also soothing after rigorous days on the cross-country ski trails. For us, great food and wine is always one of the most important elements of a holiday and the Romantik Hotel Santer is definitely up there with the very best. We were on half-board for a week and looked forward to dinner every night. There are three menus on offer - Romantik (sometimes classically Italian, often with truly fabulous homemade pasta), Tirolese (all the specialities of the Südtirol, such as canerdlì - big bread dumplings in broth, spatzle - spinach dumplings, wiener schnitzel, and of course strudel and other Austrian-inspired desserts), and Wellness (soup or pasta, fish, lighter dessert). Plus for all the menus a wonderful salad buffet, and fruit and local and French cheeses in excellent condition. The best thing is that it is no problem at all to chop and change between the three menus, which we did most nights. The quality of the food is very high, and chef Jurgen Santer really oversees an impressive operation. For such a busy restaurant, we were impressed that pasta and risotto were never overcooked (which of course would be a sin in Italy), and that dishes such as wiener schnitzel came to the table piping hot and just out of the fryer. Really, the food was so good, and we don't say this lightly. The restaurant also has a very good wine list, not only an excellent selection of the wonderful wines of Südtirol mainly, but also a discrete but very good selection from other regions of Italy, too, including Friuli, Veneto, Tuscany and Piedmont. There is a selection of 'bio' wines (organic) and prices are very reasonable. The service throughout the hotel is friendly and very professional. The service in the restaurant, however, must be signalled out as it is not only incredibly competent - you never have to wait too long, nor are you ever rushed - but also warm and very personal. The team is large, and many people served us over the course of the week, but all were so friendly, and so impressive linguistically, changing effortlessly from one table to the next between German, Italian, English (and probably other languages, too). While I can only prai
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3.5/510 Reviews
18.8km from Toblacher Pfannhorn
Our third time in this place! Always in Jan/Feb! And always for Wintersports. We love it because it’s simple, clean, easy and affordable.. Somehow more a hostel than a hotel. But........ The service sucks! Check-in in a cold little room, the person was friendly, language was a challenge. You’ll get your room ..... and that it! Everything else ..... you must ask for! Breakfast - simple, Italien, but good. The Chinese folks next to us were pretty lost😑 Dinner - need to preorder. Actually reasonable good quality, but price increased from €10 pP to €25 pP —— so from cheap to relatively expensive. And not good enough for that price. Wine was good and fair in pricing. The bar - not worth the name. Cold, no real service, does not welcome you. The rooms were as we expected .... since we knew. Simple, clean, big enough for our little family (3) and four nights. Bathroom is clean and big enough, even with an extra window (few rooms only) But WHY DO YOU SWITCH OFF THE HEATING MOST OF THE DAY????????? And all night long???? It was freaky cold outside and pretty cold inside! The whole place runs at low temperature in my eyes. Don’t forget to bring warm cloth and socks. Bottom line -we still love that place, but .... Fire your management, hire professional service people, bring some atmosphere to the place (reception, rooms, bar,restaurant) and care about your guests - because that’s all you got! I’m absolutely sure it will pay off! Or turn the place into a real (youth) hostel - incl. the prices!
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4.6/510 Reviews
We have just spent a winter week in this fabulous alpine family hotel in the heart of the Südtirol, overlooking the beautiful and majestic Dolomites. What a wonderful and special place this is. We stayed in a lodge - a spacious double room overlooking the mountains - in the new wing of the hotel that includes the spa. The room was extremely comfortable, absolutely spotless, and it was a pleasure to come back to after a day spent outdoors. The fabulous spa is a real bonus and one of highlights of a stay here - it has been done with such care and unique style and is possibly the best spa hotel we have ever stayed at. We loved the outdoor pool, lying in the fresh and breath-achingly crisp evening air looking at the stars while luxuriating in the warmth of the pool. Very special. The saunas, steam bath and (yes) hay bath were also soothing after rigorous days on the cross-country ski trails. For us, great food and wine is always one of the most important elements of a holiday and the Romantik Hotel Santer is definitely up there with the very best. We were on half-board for a week and looked forward to dinner every night. There are three menus on offer - Romantik (sometimes classically Italian, often with truly fabulous homemade pasta), Tirolese (all the specialities of the Südtirol, such as canerdlì - big bread dumplings in broth, spatzle - spinach dumplings, wiener schnitzel, and of course strudel and other Austrian-inspired desserts), and Wellness (soup or pasta, fish, lighter dessert). Plus for all the menus a wonderful salad buffet, and fruit and local and French cheeses in excellent condition. The best thing is that it is no problem at all to chop and change between the three menus, which we did most nights. The quality of the food is very high, and chef Jurgen Santer really oversees an impressive operation. For such a busy restaurant, we were impressed that pasta and risotto were never overcooked (which of course would be a sin in Italy), and that dishes such as wiener schnitzel came to the table piping hot and just out of the fryer. Really, the food was so good, and we don't say this lightly. The restaurant also has a very good wine list, not only an excellent selection of the wonderful wines of Südtirol mainly, but also a discrete but very good selection from other regions of Italy, too, including Friuli, Veneto, Tuscany and Piedmont. There is a selection of 'bio' wines (organic) and prices are very reasonable. The service throughout the hotel is friendly and very professional. The service in the restaurant, however, must be signalled out as it is not only incredibly competent - you never have to wait too long, nor are you ever rushed - but also warm and very personal. The team is large, and many people served us over the course of the week, but all were so friendly, and so impressive linguistically, changing effortlessly from one table to the next between German, Italian, English (and probably other languages, too). While I can only prai
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4.5/510 Reviews
We stayed here a week in Sept ’19 as part of our walking trip package arranged in UK through Headwater holidays. From the moment of arrival to leaving we really couldn’t find anything significant which we had problems with. The room was comfortable and well equipped with robes provided for heading to the pool and sauna, it had a balcony with a pleasant view facing towards town and though in evenings we used it during our stay was warm enough to sit out to have a beer or wine before heading to the pool. The room had a mini bar type fridge which we used for storage of our own drinks. The staff at the front desk were always helpful and the staff in the restaurant were most nearly always on hand to attend to our needs, each night and morning we were sat at same table for the week which was nice as we could chat to the other people who arrived with Headwater on same day and discuss our days walking and plans for the next. Breakfasts were the usual continental buffet with meats, cheeses and fruit etc. and fresh made omelettes or fried eggs were available, fresh coffee was served at the table. Evening meals were excellent quality and 5 courses, salad buffet, a soup or pasta course, a meat or fish dish, a pudding and then cheese at the buffet. Everything was well cooked and very well presented. Wines from the extensive cellars were not cheap, around 25 Euro for a standard bottle of for example the Venetian Merlot which I loved, but certainly not out of the question when spread over a couple of nights. For the day of my birthday I was presented with a medium sized chocolate cake at breakfast complete with a candle and a candlestick on our table too. That evening after returning from our walk we ate the cake and very nice it was too washed down with a glass of fizz we’d chilled in the room fridge. The swimming pool was a decent enough size to swim lengths and the separate sauna and steam room were good to soothe a few aches after a day’s walking. There’s a drying room if you need your boots etc. drying after a day out which we made use of and overnight everything which had been sodden wet the previous afternoon was bone dry with exception of my boots.. Location of the hotel is excellent if you’re starting walks, around 5 minutes’ walk to the rail station or 15 mins up the road into town to the bus station for local buses or the Drei Zinnen shuttle bus, you can pick up buses at the rail station but to be sure of a seat it’s best to start in town. We felt September was a great time overall to visit both the hotel and the area, the buses we took to various locations to start walks weren’t too busy and most places we walked weren’t too crowded with exception of the Three Peaks trails which were just too busy for our liking. Would love to stay here again sometime.
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3.5/510 Reviews
Our third time in this place! Always in Jan/Feb! And always for Wintersports. We love it because it’s simple, clean, easy and affordable.. Somehow more a hostel than a hotel. But........ The service sucks! Check-in in a cold little room, the person was friendly, language was a challenge. You’ll get your room ..... and that it! Everything else ..... you must ask for! Breakfast - simple, Italien, but good. The Chinese folks next to us were pretty lost😑 Dinner - need to preorder. Actually reasonable good quality, but price increased from €10 pP to €25 pP —— so from cheap to relatively expensive. And not good enough for that price. Wine was good and fair in pricing. The bar - not worth the name. Cold, no real service, does not welcome you. The rooms were as we expected .... since we knew. Simple, clean, big enough for our little family (3) and four nights. Bathroom is clean and big enough, even with an extra window (few rooms only) But WHY DO YOU SWITCH OFF THE HEATING MOST OF THE DAY????????? And all night long???? It was freaky cold outside and pretty cold inside! The whole place runs at low temperature in my eyes. Don’t forget to bring warm cloth and socks. Bottom line -we still love that place, but .... Fire your management, hire professional service people, bring some atmosphere to the place (reception, rooms, bar,restaurant) and care about your guests - because that’s all you got! I’m absolutely sure it will pay off! Or turn the place into a real (youth) hostel - incl. the prices!
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4/510 Reviews
I spent a week there and i was really glad to relax in the Spa after a long-day work. The rooms, to be honest, are rather basic and a sheet (instead of a summer blanket only) would have been appreciated, but I must admit I did not complain, so I cannot tell whether I would have been provided with sheets, had I asked. The rooms are not very big: in my room the really small TV (20-inch screen, maybe?) was in a sort of sitting room area separated from the sleeping area: I did not have time to watch TV but somebody might find this annoying. In all the other rooms I saw, though, there was only one area equipped with Tv and all the rest and, in some cases, a bench and a table too. The rooms with the balconies had also the advantage of the beautiful view of the Dolomites. Apart from this, the restaurant was fabulous: every morning we were presented with three different menus to freely choose from for our dinner and water and wine were included too. The food served was delicious and very well presented: I had been on a diet for 6 weeks before getting there but I gave up the first day I tasted their dishes! Then, there was a common sitting area with a big TV, tables, benches, armchairs, etc. , an indoor swimming pool, saunsa and spa, and I think there was also a football pitch which I did not use.Everything was included with the exception of massages which were available next to the Spa. The hotel is central but it takes a 10-minute walk to get to the heart of the town; nevertheless, the railway station is just a hundred metres away (although I never heard a train passing when I was in the hotel) so it was really handy to get a train to San Candido (a 5-minute ride or so) and other places. What I especially liked about the hotel, besides the restaurant and the Spa, was its atmosphere: cosy and family-run. The owner greeted us on arrival and often inquired if everything was ok during dinner. So, despite the rooms, for me the hotel was excellent!
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4.5/510 Reviews
We stayed for a full week at the Rosengarten Hotel. We didn’t actually book it, it was part of a group snow walking arrangement and we got a half-board arrangement. It is really a very nice place to stay; the rooms are brand new, very comfortable and clean. The food is nice too. Typically every night a five-course meal was served with a buffet to start with. The courses were not too big so after a long day of outdoor activity it was never a problem to eat all of them. Even more important is that the staff is very kind and Alexander, the owner, goes at great lengths to create a good ambiance. The hotel has a big parking lot where you can park for free. There is a charging point for Tesla cars. The hotel is slightly out of the centre of town, but you can walk there in less then 10 minutes. Wifi is reliable and fast. A small remark – also from the other group members – is that the room temperature is too warm to sleep comfortably without opening the windows. Obviously you can choose the temperature in your room, but the hotel is extremely well insulated so the temperature will not fall – even when freezing outside - unless you open the window. I can certainly recommend the place and would stay again when travelling in the area.
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4.5/510 Reviews
We stayed here a week in Sept ’19 as part of our walking trip package arranged in UK through Headwater holidays. From the moment of arrival to leaving we really couldn’t find anything significant which we had problems with. The room was comfortable and well equipped with robes provided for heading to the pool and sauna, it had a balcony with a pleasant view facing towards town and though in evenings we used it during our stay was warm enough to sit out to have a beer or wine before heading to the pool. The room had a mini bar type fridge which we used for storage of our own drinks. The staff at the front desk were always helpful and the staff in the restaurant were most nearly always on hand to attend to our needs, each night and morning we were sat at same table for the week which was nice as we could chat to the other people who arrived with Headwater on same day and discuss our days walking and plans for the next. Breakfasts were the usual continental buffet with meats, cheeses and fruit etc. and fresh made omelettes or fried eggs were available, fresh coffee was served at the table. Evening meals were excellent quality and 5 courses, salad buffet, a soup or pasta course, a meat or fish dish, a pudding and then cheese at the buffet. Everything was well cooked and very well presented. Wines from the extensive cellars were not cheap, around 25 Euro for a standard bottle of for example the Venetian Merlot which I loved, but certainly not out of the question when spread over a couple of nights. For the day of my birthday I was presented with a medium sized chocolate cake at breakfast complete with a candle and a candlestick on our table too. That evening after returning from our walk we ate the cake and very nice it was too washed down with a glass of fizz we’d chilled in the room fridge. The swimming pool was a decent enough size to swim lengths and the separate sauna and steam room were good to soothe a few aches after a day’s walking. There’s a drying room if you need your boots etc. drying after a day out which we made use of and overnight everything which had been sodden wet the previous afternoon was bone dry with exception of my boots.. Location of the hotel is excellent if you’re starting walks, around 5 minutes’ walk to the rail station or 15 mins up the road into town to the bus station for local buses or the Drei Zinnen shuttle bus, you can pick up buses at the rail station but to be sure of a seat it’s best to start in town. We felt September was a great time overall to visit both the hotel and the area, the buses we took to various locations to start walks weren’t too busy and most places we walked weren’t too crowded with exception of the Three Peaks trails which were just too busy for our liking. Would love to stay here again sometime.
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