Alpenschlössl & Linderhof Wellness Resort
What We Love
- An all-inclusive stay at a spa resort in the Italian Alps, with a bottle of prosecco and moreGetting the VIP treatment – with a bottle of prosecco on arrival
- Hitting the 73 kilometers of slopes in South Tyrol’s most family-friendly ski resort
- Making the most of the resort’s extensive wellness facilities, spread across 3,000 square meters
What To Know
- It's all about relaxation here; take your t=pick of 7 indoor and outdoor swimming pools, 7 saunas, and more than 100 spa and beauty treatments
- Fancy a hike or mountain bike tour? The surrounding Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park offers more than 500 miles of trails
- Traveling with toddlers or preteens? The Mini Club and Junior Club provide activities for children of all ages
Mediterranean flavors and 3,000 square meters of spa facilities make Alpenschlossl Wellness Resort Ahrntal much more than your traditional alpine lodge. Bringing together the best of its Italian South Tyrol location with the charms of bordering Switzerland and Austria, this is a resort that’s as impressive inside as out. Once you’ve taken to Aurina Valley’s 73 kilometers of slopes, choose from a plethora of ways to pamper yourself silly in the 3,000-square-meter Wellness World – a haven of tranquility that features seven pools, a salt water grotto, caldarium, panoramic and bio-saunas, and a menu of more than 100 treatments.
Bed down in one of the character-packed guest rooms and suites at this four-star superior base, and you’ll find ecologically-focused décor and local materials creating a pleasant yet luxurious space you’ll love to unwind in. Natural wood floors and walls echo the surrounding alpine views, while flat-screen TVs and plush furnishings add a luxurious touch. Regional ingredients and traditional recipes cooked up by award-winning chefs offer even more of a reason to visit.
How to Get There
Me and my husband and 6 months old daughter enjoyed the sky suite with jacuzzi, sauna and rainshower in the room. The room was amazing - very beautiful and spacious. The food offered is of high quality and so that's very good too. The only negative part is that drinks are not included- also not during dinner hours. Wine is very expensive.
But, I would totally go back every year!
We are returning guest, it's been 10 years that we are spending our winter/summer holidays in Linderhof, as it used to be called. The hotel itself is really nice and clean however with the refurbishing it had been lost his character, the Tyrol style that was much appreciated by us and by other guests as well. Unfortunately most of the personnel have been changed as well and their knowledge seems to be gone. It would have been thoughtful to keep a data with returning guests habits and expectations. It used to be feel like home...As another guest has already stated, my feelings are very mixed about our stay.
However we don't give up and will be back one more time this summer as we are confident that there will be some improvement with the services. Beside all our feelings we still recommend this hotel, perfect location, good spa facilities and the skiing is just simply amazing.
We recently spent a few nights this summer at Lunaris. Unfortunately it did not live up to my expectations. Rather than complain about everything that we didnt like, the list could get long, let me rather say that if it was not for Tamara, Nadine and Urban, who were excellent, we would certainly not have enjoyed our holiday. Thank you to the three of them, to the rest, a lot of room for improvement.
We spent a week at Linderhof in one of their newer rooms, which is generous in size (40 sqm) with ample space for our little family of 3. We normally go skiing in either France or Austria and South Tyrol was going to be a hit or miss especially such a remote and rather unknown skiing area on an international scale. But it was their closeness to skiing area, kids play & pool and spa offers that were the key criteria for us.
We were not let down at all. Perfect skiing conditions were a bonus though. Very lovely hotel and great food & drinks. The manager of Linderhof (Patrick) was very attentive and we were so impressed by his & team’s care and service. The only negative comment I’d leave is that they should try to separate couples and families with young children away in the restaurant. It just got too loud during a long dinner.
The hotel is going through an extensive refurbishment later this year and we have rebooked for next skiing holiday already. Thank you again and look forward to returning!
I have very mixed feelings to rate this hotel. The location is perfect just in front of the ski slopes and the premises and the rooms were very nice but you could feel the lack of management and that the personal is not trained, for a 4 stars plus hotel it was not acceptable. Cleaning trolley full of dirty towels are standing from 8am to 2pm in corridors (see photo), they assigned us a table in a very noisy area full of children (less then 5years old) crying and ruining our dinner time. We asked to change but still had 2 days in this area. No extra towels in the Saunas, only one person in the reception who is always answering the phone,only one lift for the entire hotel always busy for the cleaning ladies ! Luxury is in details and service so i was very disappointed. We had a suite and to use the Nespresso machine it was 2e per coffee : a real jock. Saunas and pools opened at 11am far too late. Lunch time started at 1.30pm also too late if you have ski lessons.