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
The big Lunaris hotel together with its sister hotel Amari blends in beautifully in the landscapre by its mixed wood and glass architecture. The whole hotel is stylish and modern. Food, especially the gourmet dinners are excellent. The wine is reasonably priced. Service staff is really nice.
The wellness facilities are beautiful as well. There is a big in- and outdoors pool which can be used by families and the adults-only sky lounge. The two sauna fairies make the sauna and steam bath a healthy event. However, what I did not like was the lounge music in the sky lounge. Nowadays everyone can listen to his or her on music by headphone. When I go the the mountains, I would prefer silence or listening to the white water! The way to the pools from Lunaris hotel was a bit long as they are located in the sister hotel. On the first day I got lost.
A bit disappointing was the fitness programm. I had hoped for a daily offer of aqua gymn, pilates, zumba etc. - fun and easy. going. The fitness programm was not to my taste.
All in all a good place for some relaxing days!
I just feel like I am at home. I've been there so many times and every single time was just great. It feels to be cut off from civilization, so nice for hiking & biking & relaxing.
Friendly staff (Susanne at the reception, Nadine and Carmen in the restaurant, Daniele at the bar), great restaurant, nice rooms and good interior.
The spa treatments are not the highest quality ones, the massage given by the lady from Germany was NOT at all relaxing.
Their new bikes (e-bikes) are excellent, really good quality and gives you perfect opportunity to make longer visits in the Valley.
As always, I think that it's a good choice for the winter as well as the summer. We are already booked in for the ski season.
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!