Top 10 Brunnerhof Hotels

Top 10 Brunnerhof Hotels


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10 Reviews
St.Michael 37/1, Ortisei, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
30.5km from Bressanone-Brixen
"My family spent 5 nights while on a ski trip with another family. This was our first time at Pinei & their second stay but we found this cozy spot to be a perfect location away from the hustle of downtown Ortisei or Santa Christina. The hotel’s shuttle service to Ortisei ski gondola lift makes it so easy to enjoy this hotel’s location on a hill top with its scenic view. In addition to the fitness room and sauna/pool/massage services available, the ski room has ski racks & boot drying features which make it so convenient and pleasant for extended stay at this hotel. We opted for 3/4 board option, which covered full breakfast & dinner plus mid-day snack and we were so glad with our choice. Breakfast is a full course, lunch including eggs, pastry but most importantly, self served fresh squeezed OJ always !! Dinner is equally delicious full fare of made-to-order 3 course plus a full salad bar, making one’s stay here very challenging not to indulge after a long day on the slopes. We had a family room that was comfortable and spacious, particularly the upstairs space. There is a self service laundry option as well. The only disappointment was our neighbors in an adjacent room snoring really loud or coughing that we could hear at times. Overall, we were delighted to discover this hotel and would highly recommend to others without reservation. "
"We were so happy we chose this hotel. It is located above the town of Ortesei, but remote enough to feel like a retreat, with incredible views of the valley and mountains. The hotel has wonderful amenities, and is especially well set up for families, with several pools and lovely gardens with play equipment. We found ourselves planning our next trip there with future grandchildren, and we have to travel all the way from Sydney, Australia. The hiking opportunities in the Dolomites can keep you occupied for weeks. Our favourite was one of the walks at the top of the Col Raiser cable car."
"This is our second year coming to hotel Pinei and we absolutelly love it. It was great last year but this year they have expanded their spa and now it is a dream come true. Everything is super clean, everybody is very helpfull and kind and you just feel very special there. I will continue coming there with my family."
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11 Reviews
Dorfstr. 31 St. Andrä, Bressanone, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
7.3km from Bressanone-Brixen
"The hotel includes dinner and breakfast, but the service is extremely poor."
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10 Reviews
Saltria 59,Alpe di Siusi, Castelrotto, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
41.3km from Bressanone-Brixen
"We stayed here as the first leg of our honeymoon and were very, very impressed - we will certainly be coming back! The setting and rooms are immaculate and the hotel has a relaxing aura. In particular I have to highlight the quality of the food available. We took the half-board option meaning breakfast and dinner were included and the menus available each evening were just superb, as well as having a number of excellent options on the a la carte at no extra cost. The pasta courses each evening were some of the best pasta dishes we have ever eaten! The wine list is extensive and with a good range of options. In particular I must mention Sorina, Manuel and Alexander from the restaurant who looked after us brilliantly. Finally to anyone thinking of visiting I would recommend taking the walk on the first day with the hotel's guide (Hannes). It was a great way to discover the local area which then allowed us to plan our walking routes for the next day, as well as an e-bike excursion. The hotel has it's own bikes which you can rent for the day which is a must do. All in all a terrific hotel and one I will certainly return to."
"I’ve been visiting the Italian Dolomites for over 12 yrs since moving to Italy as my husband’s family has a long tradition here. As our family has grown (with two girls 3yrs and 6yrs) our needs have changed and whilst we still love trekking we also like family friendly places where we can enjoy ourselves together. Tirler is ideal if you have young children as they have created an adventure playground in the heart of the forest with a witches trail, giant swing, bridges, tree houses and hidden dens. My girls love it! Outside the restaurant area is a great play park with animals where you can happily spend a few hours until the last bus home. This summer we spent over 3 wks in the area and came back at least 5 afternoons to eat and play. Our friendly waiter “Moritz” was lovely and very happy to practise his English with us. And the friendly witch “Coredina” played with the children for hours. Thanks Tirler for helping us relax and enjoy the mountains!"
"We just stayed 5 nights and thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Tirler. The hotel has a calm quiet vibe while also being kid friendly at the same time. The heated pool and adventure playground were all big hits with our 6 year old. The meals in the restaurant were great and there are so many options on the menu. We rented e mtn bikes one day and I would definitely recommend that - it's a great way to get around and see the area."
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10 Reviews
Dolomitenstraße 2, Castelrotto, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
24.6km from Bressanone-Brixen
61.9km from Merano-Maia B. Untermais
"Even before seeing the Schgaguler Hotel in person one can tell that an excellent experience awaits, but spending Christmas week in this fantastic, exceptionally cured hotel definitely exceeds anybody's expectations. The Schgaguler hotel has very recently been entirely renovated and is a truly luxurious resort, representative of the very best hospitality quality the Dolomites offer. The hotel is run by the lovely and very kind Schgaguler family, who oversee a team of staff that are very available, friendly, generous and that always greet their guests with a smile on their lips. We were welcomed by Peter and Tobias Schgaguler, both warm and remarkable hosts, who brought our luggage to our rooms and received us with a welcoming drink in the beautiful bar area. We were all greatly impressed by the rooms and how very spacious and serenity inspiring they were, all furnished in a modern, but pleasant and homely manner. Every room is equipped of its own large bathtub - perfect for relaxation after a day of skiing - and design furniture crafted by the finest Italian artisans. Moreover, the dishes prepared by the kitchen's Neapolitan cook are truly noteworthy and simply delicious! Sandra Schgaguler, the hotel's sommelier and maître de salle, is always very kind and present, catering for her clients' wishes with unparalleled care. Not to speak of the hotel's fabulous spa, which consists of two large indoor swimming pools and a soothing, breathtaking outside jacuzzi. All the massages and treatments offered by the hotel take place in a very silent, relaxing environment and are executed with exceptional care and professionalism by the spa team. Furthermore, the hotel is well connected to the ski slopes, situated at less than a hundred meters from the bus stop where a bus transports its passengers directly to the ski resort every ten minutes. We enjoyed our stay at the Schgaguler hotel so much that we were sad when it was time to go back home! We would definitely recommend the Schgaguler hotel to any mountain lover, any skiing or snowboarding enthusiast, or to anyone that is looking to enjoy a very unwinding, luxuriating experience!"
"We stumbled upon this hotel when searching for a weekend getaway. At the beginning it was hard for us to make a decision as we had 3 top hotels in mind, including the Schgaguler. We were drawn to this hotel because of the spa and the amazing option to include dinner and/or breakfast. When we first arrived we were greeted with open arms and two welcome drinks, as well as aperitifs. The reception and hotel were impecable and had an amazing design. Our room was beyond stunning, with an incredible view and a spacious balcony! The bed was extremely comfortable and the shower gels were incredible as well. The spa and indoor pool are of high grade and the restaurant itself elevated our experience with their hospitality and outstanding and delicious food (definitely a highlight during our stay)! There is a lady with short hair who speaks both English and German who was always smiling and happy to assist you with anything needed. The hotel staff allowed us to stay extra hours after check out, for us to be able to enjoy the spa a few more hours! We are extremely happy we found this hotel and will definitely be back - hopefully next year! :)"
"We love to sky in Dolomites and we love Castelrotto. It’ s our 4th year in this village. This year we chose Schgaguler Hotel from Internet because it was new, beautiful design and style. We expected to have a nice experience but the reality was much better. It was INCREDIBLE PLEASANT! The whole family Schgaguler: Mrs. and Mr Schgaguler and all their four children were involved with clear role in the hotel. We felt spoiled everyday from breakfast to dinner. The rooms were perfectly clean, spacious and stylish with a perfect view over the mountains. The restaurant served tasty food, gourmet style and the service is perfect. Sandra is the soul of the restaurant: she speaks all the languages and her English is so good and her smile is bringing joy in the room. This is a hotel where we plan to return every winter - it’s perfect for our family. Well done, family Schgaguler! "
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10 Reviews
Piazza Chiesa 9, Fie, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
34.0km from Bressanone-Brixen
48.5km from Merano-Maia B. Untermais
"We have just left this hotel, after more than a week. We booked only two weeks before, so the availability was very limited and the price was at its high season peak. The hotel is located in the very centre of the old village, close to the old church and main (little) square. The hotel is composed by several ancient buildings and has a distinctive charme. On top of his character the owners have (heavily) decorated it like a proper art gallery plus several objects of design and some antiques. It could be a bit heavy, if not overwhelming, but if you pick a place with the name ‘art hotel’ you should expect it. Less enjoyable is the decor in some areas with ethnic furnitures or decorations that really clash with the overall environment. The rooms are really large, comfortable and freshly refurbished. Our suite ‘del drago’ was really large, with a nice view, although the shower in front of the door was somehow weird. Tiny suggestion (a coffee machine or water boiler). Personnel super polite, always dressed to perfection in the traditional South Tyrol style. Food was good, but sometimes a bit too focused on the look while the service (in the restaurant) was really slow. Waiters always smiling and polite, but you can’t wait too long at breakfast or dinner. You are on holiday, ok, but sometimes we were falling asleep while waiting... this is why we preferred enjoying the food in the room most of the time. Lots of facilities (pool, spa, gym...) and all with its price, but fair. The Fie’ village is well located under the Sciliar, but to visit the area we had to take the car most of the time. Don’t expect a mountain resort, it’s mostly a quiet village with all the South Tyrol qualities. Overall a very nice stay, but I believe it’s not a 5 out of 5 for me. "
"We stayed here for 4 nights and left wishing we could have stayed on for much longer I think the hotels in Sud Tirol are generally very high quality but this place is really at the top of the scale in terms of quality and value The style of the hotel is unique. Not the usual mountain kitch or ultra modern. I found it really very beautiful and relaxing The service is good in all respects The spa is very well maintained and is welcome after a day of skiing on the nearby slopes. I would recommend half board as the food is great and great value for the money. We will certainly be back, perhaps to see what it is like in the summer. We came to ski and were debating between this and the Adler in St Ulrich (which is also a fantastic hotel) but decided on this because it was not all about skiing and is more relaxed. Skiing however is not too far away: Seiser Alm is 5 minutes away and Val Gardena is a very beautiful and easy 25 minutes. "
"We loved staying at this historic property which is filled with many nooks, crannies, and other interesting spaces that you can also get a bit lost but if you are open to being curious, you'll get some nice surprises. The spa area is a couple of levels with some incredible and relaxing spaces including a steam room with pine boughs, another cave like room filled with lit candles, a small pool type space to walk thru for reflexology, and many many more. The outside pool is very nice and leads to an inside area with a hot tub as well. The rooms are very spacious and have balconies with views of the Dolomites and small town. The breakfast is delicous with plenty of selections and includes made to order egg dishes and coffee drinks. Art is tasteful and located everywhere here. Take time to look at the walls and you'll find a Picasso or 2! The dinner was delicious and presentation was top notch! Really enjoyed our stay here."
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10 Reviews
Paniderstrasse 21/1, Castelrotto, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
28.6km from Bressanone-Brixen
56.5km from Merano-Maia B. Untermais
"In short: feel exploited. POSITIVES: Good food, kind bar and restaurant staff. NEGATIVES: far from slopes, tiny, ugly, ill-equipped room and bathroom, incompetent reception staff and neglectful service. For longer version read below. This hotel was recommended by friends who went some time ago - from speaking to others, this hotel was indeed once run in a superior manner. Alarm bells rang before our arrival - we called ahead for advice on ski schools (which? Must we pre-book due to peak season? Etc) but the receptionist was utterly incapable of telling us anything useful or answering basic questions. Instead she did attempt to repeatedly sell us walking tours and advanced ski guides for adults despite us explaining several times that we were with children who were intermediate/ beginner level skiers. With no advice from them hotel we simply rang a ski school and then booked directly with them on our way to the Abinea. We eventually arrived at the hotel at 6:30pm and asked immediately where to hire skis. Rhe ski school selections were taking place at 10am and we wanted to avoid the morning crush. We were told that the hotel had a deal with “Fill” a ski hire and goods store, so we would receive 20% off as clients of the hotel, however we never managed to action this; we asked what time they closed but the receptionist made a sad face and said we would not be able to hire from them, as “Fill” was based in town and we would not make it before they closed. Since they only opened at 8:30 am we would not make our ski school appointment on time if we waited for them to open in the morning too. In view of this she recommended we hire our skis at the bottom of the main lifts instead, assuring us that there were “lots of other stores you can hire from”. At this point the receptionist handed over bus passes and at we blanched with shock. The website clearly states that the hotel is “directly at the Alpe di Siusi” so we were baffled as to why we would need bus passes. It transpires that the Abinea website is actually misleading. It is utterly inaccurate (See attached screenshot of the website). I would argue this is MIS-SELLING, and ethically questionable. We were then explained that we needed to build in a minimum of an hour every morning to get to the slopes! ONE HOUR FROM THE SLOPES! and in the event of bus timetables not matching your schedule, you’d have to wait for the bus, extending your commute-time even further. The thought of piling three children into buses morning and evening, with all their ski gear, exhausted, sweaty and sore was not appealing. I should mention that “Fill” offer a service that allows you to leave boots, poles etc at the top of the mountain, for free, but that the reception naturally forgot to mention this. Hiring skis elsewhere requires prebooking ski rooms on the slopes during New Year week due to high demand. In short: we were ill advised and ended up carrying our equipment back and forth every day with our car. It w"
"The hotel is cosy and welcoming, the combination of wood and stone fits together in a perfect way, the rooms are very comfortable with a very pleased design. For a winter vacation, was a total relaxation to come from the beautiful slopes and swim in a panoramic exterior hot pool! I would like to note the attention showed for the clients, with small things but memorable for us, like hot wine served on the terrace with a perfect village view, warm atmosphere having dinner next to the fireplace, a superior gastronomic offer served with high level of professionalism, perfect Spa area with perfect relaxation zone... And besides, the simple way to arrive at the slopes Alpe di Siusi (perfect slopes for pleasure skiers) with the bus station across the street, and above 15 minutes to get to the lifts. A great stay! We would be happy to return!"
"This hotel was one we stayed at during a tour of Germany, France and Italy. The location is wonderful and situated in a peaceful South Tyrolean village. The breakfast buffet featured a large variety of food to select from. The dinners were multi-courses and tasty. Plus, the wait staff was exceptional. Additionally, the spa facilities and pools were clean and inviting. "
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12 Reviews
Via Rezia 7, Ortisei, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
29.1km from Bressanone-Brixen
"This trip is considered to be a more expensive hotel, but the room is the lowest cost-effective. The room is super small and very tasteless. Below the window of the room is the entrance and exit of the parking lot. Look at the official website map. It's the house, in the middle of the two rows of houses. The service staff of the hotel are very polite, but the room facilities are really bad, so I am really not satisfied!"
"Breakfast and dinner are great"
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5 Reviews
Leonharderstr. 26,Italien, Brixen, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
7.6km from Bressanone-Brixen
"Unfortunately I could only stay there for one night cause all the rooms were sold out on the weekend. But it was definitely worth it. The cutest hotel I ever staid (and I do travel a lot). Where do I start? The staff was wonderful, super friendly and helpful. Young, but yet dynamic and extremely professional, from the receptionists to the staff at the bar, at the restaurant, at the spa. Kindness was in the air The dinner was fantastic, a nice revisitation of traditional food, but with a modern hint. The room was beautiful, modern design with lovely wooden walls.I wouldn't have want to leave the room, except for the fact that they have a great spa and the surrounding is wonderful. The bed was very comfortable, I had one of the best night sleep ever. The view from the room on the valley was breathtaking. Last but not least the spa and the different activities you can sign up to. I could only do the steam session at the sauna and yoga in the morning, but I loved it. I also had a "balancing" massage, it was wonderful. I came out of the hotel fully recharged and stress-free I was there by myself and I truly enjoyed it. If you are looking for some me-time or a romantic break this is the place to go. Oh I forgot! The lift to the Plose cable car is at 10' from there. Great place to go for beautiful hiking. Please do yourself a favour and book a room there!"
"New Hotel near Slope mountain, not ski in an out.. You can ski down to return is a hike. Easier to leave ski equipment on a locker by the lift. Pet friendly and that was nice. The rooms are beautiful and conformable , nice views of the mountains. There is not a coffee machine in the room and only one bottle of water upon arrival. Essentials missing. There is no turn down service. Food is good and service just perfect if you are lucky to have Cristian taking care of your table . There is only one dinning room. So, 4 nights having all meals on the same room gets repetitive. There is always a buffet on the back of the room, tasty with leftovers from the previous meal. Best potato salad I ever had. Sweets , desserts in general were all disappointing. There is a nice spa, all nude . Is a cultural thing for the region. The plastic jacuzzi is small and was always busy. The nice pool too cold. In general the beautiful spa did not work for us. As much as I like the room and the outside architecture I dislike the lobby. Not attractive in my opinion. Missing that 5 start atmosphere. Front desk , first touch point not inspiring. Working desks and plenty of them are on full display . The fire place is small ,not on. There is advertising of products they sell. First touch point not memorable. We were welcome with a drink of choice, looking at the mountains and with a peak of the hidious jacuzzi ... Intern at check in gave us confusing information on all questions ask. "
"We have just come back from our 4 days stay in My Arbor and have to say that it was perfect. The hotel is new (opened in May 2018) and everything in it is top notch. The architecture and the placement of the hotel is beautiful. All rooms face Bressanone down in the valley beneath the hotel and so the view is astonishing. Also the service and food are perfect (we can recommend the half board option as both breakfast and dinner were splendid). We would like to thank Betty and her sister (both are from Slovakia) as they not only provided perfect service in the bar and the restaurant but also provided us with a lot of tips regarding the hotel and hiking in Plose. We will be definitely coming back next year. "
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10 Reviews
Str. Petlin 35, Ortisei, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
28.9km from Bressanone-Brixen
"Set in the centre of Ortisei, Hotel Angelo Engel offers a free wellness centre, free hiking and skiing excursions, and a traditional restaurant. All Alpine-style rooms include an LCD TV and free WiFi. The Angelo is 500 metres from the Alpe di Siusi, Europe's largest high altitude Alpine meadow. The hotel runs a free winter ski bus to the village and all surrounding ski lifts. The rooms have warm wooden furnishings and feature satellite and SKY channels. Each comes with a bathrobe, slippers and a toiletry set. Most rooms feature a balcony. Guests can enjoy a varied sweet and savoury buffet breakfast at the Angelo Engel. The restaurant serves local and Italian cuisine at lunch and dinner. The spa area includes an indoor pool, a hot tub and a Turkish bath. Several saunas invite to relax. The heated outdoor pool is available all year and features a hydromassage area. Beauty treatments and massages are also available."
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Dorfstrasse 8, Collalbo, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
31.6km from Bressanone-Brixen
49.5km from Merano-Maia B. Untermais
"Hotel Bemelmans-Post goes back a long way, it is centuries old! But, fortunately, they have updated everything inside! The location is absolutely perfect. Collalbo is a very quiet village in the first place, but there is no through-road close to the hotel so it is completely silent at night. The view of the Dolomites is spectacular. Our room was beautiful and big, spotlessly clean, the beds very comfortable. The bathroom was fine, I was lucky I am a short legged person because the toilet is very close to the shower. Breakfast is excellent, there is a buffet with a wide choice of fresh and healthy foods. Coffee is very good. The forst night we wanted to eat somewhere else in the village, but we couldn't find anything so we came back to the hotel to discover that we had booked half-board. We were actually pleasantly surprised with the dinners. In the morning you could choose from the menu, 3 courses after the buffet of anti pasti. All very good, but the anti pasti are so good that that was actually enough for us. There's also an impressive wine selection. We went for wine of the region, most of which are excellent! The service was friendly and good. A very nice feature is the indoor swimming pool. We swam every morning. Too bad the rest of the well ness (multiple saunas and steam baths) are only open from the late afternoon which did not fit in our program. All in all we had a fabulous time here and I do hope to come back. Just two minor points for improvement: it would be nice to have the possibility to make coffee and/or tea in the room: we asked twice and were told that in Alto Adige this is not customary in the rooms. I think that that is a strange answer, I think people all over the world like to have a cup of coffee when they wake up. I don't have to have a Nespresso machine, it can be a simple system with instant coffee.... The other thing we missed are slippers to go to the pool. We did have bathrobes and bath towels but had to go to the pool in our bare feet (or in our snow boots....). Everything said and done I do highly recommend this excellent hotel!"
"We actually decided to stay at this hotel just as we arrived into town and it was a great choice! It is a very fancy and pricey hotel but it’s worth it. Our room was lovely, big, comfortable and was very clean. We also had a balcony which gave us a wonderful view of the Dolomites. We opted for breakfast and dinner included. You might want to bring a few nice outfits for dinner here as you are seated in a rather grand looking hall. You can pick from a semi set menu for dinner and there is a buffet for appetizers which was amazing, although I did fill myself up on the appetizer buffet, I could have done without the dinner itself actually. The meals served at dinner was only satisfactory, nothin special. Breakfast was also buffet style, although I found it to be lacking in variety compared to other hotels I have stayed at. There really wasn’t much I wanted to eat. I feel like they should change the appetizer buffet over to the breakfast buffet. Cocktails here were wonderful and a good variety of beers and wine. They have a child’s play room which is very nice. Use of the pool, sauna etc is included but I would have preferred if there was an option to add this on, as we really just felt pressured to use it since we paid for it in the room price. Car park space was also very limited. It would also be nice to have some complimentary water in the room or even at dinner, considering the price we are paying."
"We stayed at this hotel as a homebase for a motorcycle tour of the dolomites. The hotel has been run by the same family for the past 80 years. They are very proud of their operation and it shows in the hotel. The hotel is kid friendly. Many families were staying with their children and seem to be having a great time enjoying meals together.The rooms are clean and well appointed. There are nice gardens surrounding the hotel and inside is a spa with steam, sauna, indoor and outdoor pool. It was very relaxing to come back to the hotel after a day of spirited riding and enjoy a great meals in the spacious dining room. The breakfast buffet was great as well. If I return to the dolomites I will certainly stay here and recommend it to friends."
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