Hotels to remember: Trentino Alto Adige

Monroc Hotel

Commezzadura

Hotel Garnì Orsingher

Fiera di Primiero

Berghotel Zirm

Valdaora

Hotel Garda

Riva Del Garda

Hotel Kolfuschgerhof

Corvara in Badia

Grand Hotel Trento

Trento

From € 77.00

Miramonti Boutique Hotel

Avelengo Merano

Hotel Lido Palace

Riva del Garda

Hotel Adler

Niederdorf / Villabassa

Hotel Savoy Palace

Riva Del Garda

Hotel Rosa Alpina

San Cassiano - Dolomiti

Biohotel Hermitage

Madonna di Campiglio

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Trentino Alto Adige: suggestions from the insiders

Anna

(Insider)

Anna

Where to soak in style from the Dolomites to the southern isles. (The 10 Best Hot Tubs in Italy) →

Barbara Maffei

(Proprietaria)

Biohotel Hermitage

4 Star Hotels

Barbara Maffei

Welcome... in front of you one of the gorgeous place in the world: the Dolomites on the 2009th the Dolomites have been declared World Heritage Site (Biohotel Hermitage) →

Julia Senoner

(Responsabile Online )

Hotel Adler Dolomiti

5 Star Hotels

The Dolomites are renowned as a walker's paradise and prized for their sensational regenerative effects. The air at between 1,200 and 2,000 metres a.s. l. releases happiness hormones. Mountain of choices awaits you! (Hotel Adler Dolomiti) →

Anna Tonino

(Service)

Alpenpalace Spa Retreat

5 Star Luxury Hotels

Time is priceless. Luxury an attitude to life which is reflected in every courteous gesture and in every fulfilled desire. We see it as an objective & a passion at the same time to turn your 5-star holiday in South Tyrol into a celebration! (Alpenpalace Spa Retreat) →

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Trentino Alto Adige at a glance

Trentino Alto Adige Hotel

Trentino and Alto Adige: the two faces of a border land. Romantic like its alpine chalets, majestic like the Dolomite mountains, charmingly persuasive like its inhabitants.

Trentino Alto Adige is located in the far North of Italy and shares borders with both Austria and Switzerland. The region’s Alpine climate ensures plenty of snow in the winter and refreshingly cool summer temperatures. This is a predominantly mountainous region, rich in alpine valleys, rivers and lakes and home to three Natural Parks: the Adamello-Brenta, Paneveggio-Pale of S.Martino and Stelvio, all of which provide the ideal habitat for numerous species of flora and fauna. The Italian Dolomites are ideal winter sports territory and, not surprisingly, Trentino boasts some of the best equipped ski resorts in Europe. The region is also home to a number of the world's finest hotels and restaurants.