This hotel has been created by mountain lovers, for mountain lovers. The staff at this exclusive, adults-only hideaway are exceptionally knowledgeable, and curate fantastic and unique guest experiences which encapsulate the Tyrolian thirst for adventure.
The 7Summit Restaurant presents a light-filled space with a magnificent terrace. It is the perfect location to feast upon innovative dishes in a warm, stylish setting. Food is of paramount importance after a day on the slopes, with the infamous Snack Tower a welcome sight at any time of day. Established head chef Reinhard Daverda regularly invites chefs from amongst the ‘Best 100’ in the world to cook for the legendary 7Summit Supper Club. Beautifully prepared cocktails are served in the On The Rocks bar beside a cosy fireplace and the wine cellar offers a wide selection of rare vintages for the more discerning guests.
For the cold-seekers amongst us, South Tyrol in the Dolomites is fast becoming a choice alternative to the traditional resorts of the French and Swiss Alps. Located north of Rome, it offers a different Italy, a world away from Tuscan farmhouses and undulating hills. South Tyrol’s topography is aggressive, but stunningly so. In an area where the main language isn’t even Italian, it feels like Italy’s rebellious sibling.
Kronplatz is the hotspot for the adventurous mountain sports enthusiasts and Hotel Falkensteiner takes prime position. This five-star haven opened in December 2020 with 97 rooms and suites, the vision of experienced architect Matteo Thun. A mountain herb garden, panoramic rooftop pool and Acquapura Spa create a sense of pure luxury and escapism.
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