Hotel Adler Suite, Villabassa
Adler Stube & Suite
Inspired by tradition
Adler Stube & Suite
Inspired by tradition
Adler Stube & Suite
Inspired by tradition
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Hotel Adler Suite, Villabassa

The Adler is a quintessentially alpine hotel in the center of Villabassa, an idyllic village amidst the Unesco-protected Dolomites. The property offers an excellent restaurant, a wellness center, easy access to the ski tracks and the warmest of Tyrolean welcomes. Beds are the best in the world.

Hotel Adler is a beautiful mountain hideaway located in Villabassa, a lovely village in the heart of South Tyrol’s beautiful Alta Pusteria valley. With 400 years of history, the property stays true to south tyrolean traditions, with a cozy Stube (living room) dating from the 17th century, lots of warm wood and the great hospitality of the Pircher family. The Wilhelminian-style facade oozes classic alpine charm, while the green-shuttered windows frame lovely views of the mountains.

No less impressive are the facilities, which include a playroom with board games and movies, a library, a children’s corner to entertain the little ones and a wellness area complete with an indoor pool, a Finnish sauna, a steam bath, a vitarium, an aromatic shower and a number of relaxation zones. Guests can also enjoy a range of massages or work out in the gym.

The hotel’s sun terrace is the perfect spot to spend a relaxing afternoon in warm months, while the fireplace room is a great place to cozy up with a book and a glass of wine on cold, wet days.


Adler offers a selection of rooms and suites that combine traditional alpine character with contemporary boutique style. The blend of natural materials, soft shades and distinctive furnishing style make them a welcoming place to relax. Each room is equipped with beds by Swedish brand Hästens, which are regarded as the best beds in the world and ensure the ultimate night’s sleep.

Guests can choose from five room types: the simple and comfortable Standard Rooms in the attic, Comfort Rooms overlooking the village main square, spacious Superior Rooms, Junior Suites with balcony and comfortable sitting area, and slick Suites. Even more luxurious is Suite 401, a spacious penthouse with a living room with fireplace and a splendid panoramic terrace with a jacuzzi.

Food & Drink

Adler’s restaurant is helmed by Helene Markart, a talented chef of the region who inherited the passion for cooking from her grandmother. It’s no surprise that Tyrolean delicacies feature highly on the menu, with tradition as the key ingredient of each dish. Chef Markart also prepares a number of Mediterranean and international dishes, making use of what’s seasonal and local, from home-smoked bacon to eggs sourced from the farmer next door.

Her dishes are beautifully plated and accompanied by a great selection of South Tyrolean and international blends from the restaurant’s own cellar. On Fridays it’s fine dining by candlelight here, while Tyrolean nights with local specialties and music occur every Tuesday. For drinks, there’s an intimate bar and fireplace room with a great selection of classic wines and gins. Every Sunday evening, an aperitivo with finger food is offered to guests.

In the morning, the breakfast buffet comprises a local fare of homemade pastries, fresh juices, local eggs, fruit preserves and South Tyrolean cheeses.


Historic mountain retreat

19 rooms
Restaurant • Bar
Indoor poll • Spa • Gym
Wi-fi Internet
Parking Off-site

You can book directly with hotel or take advantage of Tales Concierge. Best Available Rate is always guaranteed.


Amenities you get when booking with Tales Hotels Collection

  • Upgrade to the best available room, upon availability
  • Early check-in or late check-out, upon availability
  • Welcome bottle of prosecco in the room

Points of View

Traditional alpine charm
Adler perfectly embodies the traditional alpine style of the stunning Alta Pusteria valley. Interiors are cozy and intimate, blending traditional elements Stube with more modern accents. The warm hospitality of the owners, the Pircher family, contributes to the hotel’s homey vibe.
Great Tyrolean dining
Adler’s on-site restaurant is specialized in Tyrolean cuisine inspired by tradition. Chef Markart uses fresh, locally-sourced ingredients with particular attention to seasonality, from great mushroom delicacies in summer to radicchio specialties in February and hearty potato dishes in autumn.
Moments of wellness
The hotel’s well-equipped wellness center is an excellent tonic after a day out in the mountains. There are a number of spa facilities along with an indoor pool and a good range of treatments. In the village there’s also a fantastic Kneipp park.
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Staying in Villabassa

Villabassa is a picturesque village set in South Tyrol’s splendid Alta Pusteria valley. It’s a great base for an action-packed holiday amidst the Unesco-protected Dolomites, with summer days filled with hiking and biking excursions, while winter is all about skiing. The Ski Pustertal Express station to the Three Peaks Dolomites and the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz ski resorts is just a short walk from the hotel.

Every trip we take contributes to build our own life story.

A story that is a patchwork of encounters, experiences and memories made while traveling. And just like fabric scraps in a quilt, every trip we take, no matter how big or long, holds its own special place in our life and contributes to shape who we are.

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