2.62km from Rifugio sciistico GeiselsbergTheir careful attention to gluten intolerant and celiac guests brought us to their family run business. After four days of half board, we went away with mixed reviews... The daily afternoon snack from 3-5 PM was very good. However, many smokers were intermingled with non smokers on the terrace. Dinner was exceptional! It is rare to have such consistently superior quality dinners at even a four star hotel. Dinner service was much better than breakfast. The Hotel Petrus dinners are comparable to Michelin one and two star restaurants. Outstanding areas: Baked goods; the room decor, quality materials, color matching, lighting, firm bed, dead quiet floors and doors, pool, hot tub, general grounds and sauna areas. However: Chipped glasses, carafe and dirty dishes. Breakfast service was poor, and we weren't informed what was available to order beyond the initial servings. Staff were noisily setting up for the next meal. After a talk with the owner, breakfast service improved. At 8-10 AM, loud machine noises and loud music from the underground parking garage below our window. Although a do not disturb sign on our door at 1045, housekeeping knocks and tells us this is her last room to clean, so we vacated early for her. Flies in the breakfast/dining room. Hotel Petrus has tremendous potential and, with some minor tweaks, could be a world class experience. Overall, a really superior hotel that needs to at least meet, and hopefully exceed expectations in not just some, but all areas.