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Rooms and Suites at Hotel Tyrol

From 375 USD
Classic Room

Classic Room ( 215ft2 )

In this classic room, they will find a romantic ambiance that reimagines a traditional style, adorned with light timber and alpine decorations. The room boasts

From 397 USD
Superior Room

Superior Room ( 312ft2 )

In this romantic retreat, guests will find superior rooms adorned in a simple, traditional style with light timber and alpine decor. The spacious rooms boast

From 418 USD
Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room ( 323ft2 )

The Deluxe Room offers a romantic and spacious retreat. It features light timber and alpine decor, creating a revitalizing ambiance. The room includes a small

From 461 USD
Deluxe View Room

Deluxe View Room ( 377ft2 )

The Deluxe View Room captures natural light, offering stunning outlooks of Sassolungo and the valley. It has a warm ambiance with light timber and cozy

From 504 USD
Junior Suite

Junior Suite ( 431ft2 )

The Junior Suites are cozy spaces that offer a glimpse of Ladin tradition in a friendly ambiance. They are adorned with beautiful wood, inviting colors,

Hotel Tyrol

The hotel Tyrol is located in a sunny location in S. Maddalena/St. Magdalena, set in the peaceful Villnösstal Valley, one of the truly unspoiled valleys in the Trentino-South Tyrol Dolomites. The hotel grounds, balcony, and restaurant all face the magnificent Geislergruppe Mountains, a striking landmark of international renown. The Dolomites location provides the ideal setting, where hiking and skiing enhance the individual's well-being in an idyllic environment. After a day out in Villnösstal Valley's mountains, you can cool off at the Spa in the panoramic relaxation room. Willing delight you at the dinner table with the cuisine where local ingredients, Fair Trade produce, and "Slow Food" specialties hold sway. Hotel Tyrol is easily accessible by private vehicle. It is ideal for those searching for a peaceful holiday in a stunning mountain setting, such that only the Dolomites can offer.

Art and Tradition in Hotel Tyrol in Villnösstal Valley

South Tyrol - Ladin crafts and culture in Trentino-South Tyrol. At the Hotel Tyrol, creativity is not just limited to the kitchen. The love and appreciation of art have always played a prominent role in the family, and various artworks such as drawings, paintings, and sculptures lend the rooms a special atmosphere. Many of these are the work of the senior owner, Oswald Senoner, who, in over 40 years, created paintings and sculptures in wood as well as in bronze. Works by other artists embellish the foyer, the rooms, and the hotel tavern. Among these is the famous sculptor Wilhelm Senoner, brother of Oswald. The works on display are based on various themes and subjects, providing an insight into the Ladin culture of the Dolomites. The legends, history, and its age-old craft tradition still live on, such as the woodcarving tradition in Val Gardena Valley. The paintings and sculptures gracing the Tyrol Hotel provide guests with an interesting window into contemporary art history in this region.

The Cuisine of the Hotel Tyrol in Villnösstal Valley

Gastronomic excellence at the Hotel Tyrol in Trentino-South Tyrol - Guests of the Hotel Tyrol Villnösstal Valley rightly expect to be served South Tyrolean peasant dishes and Mediterranean specialties. To paraphrase the biblical saying: man cannot live by dumplings alone. For this very reason, the team in the kitchen creatively combines traditional South Tyrolean platters with the light and sophisticated touch of Italian Mediterranean cuisine. Fresh, local ingredients such as vegetables grown in the valley or the succulent local Villnösser Brillenschaft 'bespectacled sheep' are always utilized. And since gastronomic enjoyment is not limited to the cuisine itself, it also takes care of the other aspects of the fine dining experience, such as wine pairing, soft lighting, a harmonious ambiance, table décor, and attentive waiting service round off your holiday at the Hotel Tyrol.

Ecological Sustainability and Local Sourcing at the Hotel Tyrol

Slow Living – local organic products - At the Hotel Tyrol in Villnösstal Valley, ecological sustainability and local sourcing of ingredients and other products are prioritized. These include woolen by-products of local Villnösser Brillenschaft 'bespectacled sheep', and sustainable production of energy. However, it is mostly in the kitchen that this choice is exercised. The dishes' ingredients are almost exclusively sourced from regional suppliers and, whenever possible, are organically farmed. The vegetables used are cultivated in the valley. The beef is sourced from some 15 farmers who breed the Grey Alpine cattle only in Villnösstal Valley.

The gourmet dishes are made with Villnösser Brillenschaf, the "bespectacled sheep" of the Villnösstal Valley, the oldest breed of sheep in South Tyrol. The mutton is listed in the Slow Food directory, which guarantees authenticity and sustainable farming practices in the region. Firmly believing in contributing to the land's welfare and implementing the principles of "Slow Living" for a slower and better life for all.

Dolomites Slow Living in Hotel Tyrol in Villnösstal Valley. Organic food and fair trade products at the Hotel Tyrol - In an ever-faster world, there is an increasing desire for authenticity and sustainability, affecting what we eat and drink. Keen to preserve the green and tranquil valley, and the alternative economic model is based on social solidarity, common justice, environmental responsibility, and inclusivity. Thanks to independent hydroelectric power generation, the Hotel Tyrol in Villnösstal Valley produces its own electricity, rendering us completely self-sufficient for all the energy needs.

Committed to utilizing fair trade products, which are locally sourced and always in season. These include the mutton from the renowned Villnösser Brillenschaf "bespectacled sheep" of the Villnösstal. As one of the oldest indigenous sheep breeds in Europe, it is one of the ecologically sustainable foods listed by the Slow Food Council. The village of Funes/Villnöss is also one of 25 "Alpine Pearls." This association of localities promotes sustainable public transport as an alternative to private transport. With the Dolomites MobilCard, cardholders enjoy free and unlimited access to all local public transport.

Spa & Wellness at the Hotel Tyrol in South Tyrol, Italy

Relaxing and looking out on the legendary Dolomites. At the Hotel Tyrol, offering something for everyone: a bath with essential oils of rosemary, an endless horizon upon which to meditate from a mountaintop or the searing heat of a Finnish sauna. To satisfy the guests' requirements, have a fully equipped Spa area, including a swimming pool, Turkish bath, bio sauna, Finnish sauna, herbal bath, Kneipp bath, and a panoramic relaxation room view and showers. Another feature is the open-air heated outdoor bath with bubbling hot water with a stunning view of the Dolomites, helping to regenerate both mind and body. The relaxation area, looking out on the stunning Geisler Mountains, provides the ideal ambiance for reading or simply daydreaming.

Relaxing at the Hotel Tyrol in the Villnösstal Valley in South Tyrol - Outdoor Jacuzzi overlooking the Dolomites - Immersed in an unspoiled landscape, the hotel lies in a natural haven with ample space for relaxation. The heated outdoor bath, overlooking the Dolomites, is a total leisure experience in itself. On warm sunny days, coffee and mouth-watering desserts are served under the trees' shade, much to the guests' delight. Families with children enjoy tranquil moments on the wide lawn near the swimming pool. After a hike or cycling trip, the guests' more energetic might continue swimming pool exercises with the Dolomites in the background or the gym. Health-conscious guests take advantage of the Spa while enjoying the mountains' view from the relaxation room.

Villnösstal Valley in South Tyrol, Italy

Peace and relaxation in the Dolomites - The Villnösstal Valley promises rest against the Dolomites' suggestive backdrop. Sprawling meadows and seemingly endless pine forests characterize this landscape. With its 2,600 inhabitants, the district of Funes/Villnöss forms part of the "Alpine Pearls," an association of Alpine holiday resorts committed to sustainable/'soft' local mobility. Besides promoting a clean environment, the local community also boasts its own hydroelectric plant, which supplies the valley with clean electricity. A dedicated bus service accompanies hikers to the departure points of some of the most beautiful walks in the Geisler Mountains.

This self-imposed sustainability choice is coordinated with local artisans, farmers, and various operators engaged in the hospitality and catering industry. In this way, the Hotel Tyrol contributes to the practice of "Slow Living." This means that guests have the option to enjoy local and regional dishes, including mutton from the Villnösser Brillenschaft 'bespectacled sheep' of the Villnösstal Valley, as recognized by the Slow Food Council. After a day out hiking or cycling in the valley's tranquillity, a stint in the hotel Spa followed by dinner under a clear starry sky is even more appreciated.

Villnösstal Valley: Energy Self-Sufficiency in South Tyrol - Renewable energy and sustainability - Renewable energy at the Hotel Tyrol is supplied locally. No less than three hydroelectric power plants, two district heating systems in addition to a photovoltaic solar system, all provide Funes/Villnöss with clean energy. This also helps to safeguard the environment and feedback into the regional network, thereby adding value. Sustainable energy originated in 1921, with the founding of the Funes Santa Maddalena Electric Company. In the decades that followed, the energy network was gradually expanded. Nowadays, the district of Funes is considered a pioneer in the supply of sustainable energy.

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Why we love this hotel

  • The Hotel Tyrol is a family-owned luxury property, set in Selva Val Gardena, in the heart of the Dolomites in Northern Italy.
  • Stay and experience the sense of magic surrounding the hotel through its exquisite interiors, historic accents, classic cuisine.
  • Enjoy award-winning wines, and breathtaking landscapes, be enchanted with the beauty of mountains, valleys, woods, and meadows.
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