Adler Mountain Lodge
Alpe di Siusi, South Tyrol, Italy
Truly a gem in the stunningly beautiful Dolomites, the Adler Mountain Lodge, takes luxury and style to new heights. Set on a plateau with extraordinary views, the Lodge promises uncompromising Tyrolean hospitality and charm, together with fabulous skiing.
At a Glance
Breathtaking views and exceptional food awaits at this ski in/ski out property
Mountain lodge-style luxury in a stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site setting
Some of the best skiing in the Alps, with access to the famous Sella Ronda
Perfect for a romantic getaway in the heart of the Dolomites
Meet our specialists
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Adler Mountain Lodge
Adler Mountain Lodge is a magical hideaway on one of Europe’s largest plateaux - the Seiser Alm. At 5,900 feet above sea level it commands unparalleled views of Italy’s Dolomite mountain range, an UNESCO World Heritage Site and the jagged edges of the Langkofel peak. Perched this high there's nowhere better to watch the "enrosadira" - the color of the mountains changing at dawn and dusk. Even arriving here is special. Set in the middle of the piste between Ortisei and Alpe di Siusi, it's within walking distance of the lift station, or if you arrive by car, you'll need a special permit.
Imagination and passion have gone into the building of this 30 room lodge, and with its 12 private chalets, it offers a unique alpine experience. Architecturally, it stands proud in its surroundings, blending nature and sophistication. Built from local spruce and larch, they blend into their surroundings, with the chalets looking like old traditional Tyrolean mountain huts, furnished with Scandinavian designer furniture and soft fur throws. The main lodge features the 18 beautifully designed suites, a panoramic restaurant, a luxurious spa and one of the most incredible heated outdoor infinity pools we've seen, with the stand-alone chalets surrounding it.
Attention to detail and charming Tyrolean hospitality are abound, whilst no stone has been left unturned when it comes to dining. Start the day with a delicious traditional Alpine breakfast at the restaurant; feast on a la carte dishes on the terrace for lunch and enjoy creative regional cuisine at dinner in the restaurant, where specialities include meadow herb omelettes and hay roasted lamb. And when you're not skiing or taking in the views, try the Alpine Spa for a truly memorable pampering session.
In the heart of the Alpe di Siusi, skiing from the Adler Mountain Lodge gives you direct access to the Sella Ronda and the Dolomiti Superski - some of the best terrain in the Alps. The region has an excellent snow record, slopes for all abilities and a modern lift infrastructure. Together with the breathtakingly beautiful surroundings and innumerable good value mountain restaurants serving exceptional quality food, it's hard to beat.
Built from local larch and spruce, the main lodge houses 18 natural wooden suites, all with a spacious, wooden balcony for stunning views of the Dolomites. The Junior Suite boasts a double room, filled with natural light and a large en-suite. The family suite lodge features a spacious double bedroom and a separate children's room with two beds for a perfect family getaway. Slightly higher up the slopes there are 12 two-storey, wooden guest chalets for optimum privacy and fabulous views of the surrounding peaks.
|Junior Suite - Main Lodge||
Based in the Main Lodge, the Junior Suite measures 40-45m². Light and airy and built in natural spruce, this double room has a spacious wooden balcony with breathtaking view of the Dolomites. It features a large bathroom with luxurious shower, separate WC/bidet, hairdryer and infrared wellness radiator. Digital TV, WiFi, safe, tea bar and soft minibar.
|Family Suite - Main Lodge||
The Family Suites in the Main Lodge measure 60-65m² and feature a main bedroom and separate children’s room with two beds. They have a spacious wooden balcony with breathtaking views of the Dolomites, a large bathroom with luxurious shower, separate WC/bidet, hairdryer and infrared wellness radiator, digital TV, WiFi, safe, tea bar and soft minibar.
The private Chalets are a spacious 70-75m², built over two floors in larch. The living area and large terrace is on the first floor, and the bedroom is on the second floor, both of which have fabulous views over the Dolomites. Even the bathroom has unrestricted views across the upland pastures, and features a luxurious shower, separate WC/bidet, hairdryer and sauna (Finnish and bio). The living area is cozy with an open log fire, snug divan, sofa and sitting area. Digital TV, WiFi, safe, tea bar and soft minibar.
A fabulous place for a family to stay, the Family Chalets are a spacious - 80-85m². Built over two floors with the cozy living area and terrace on the ground floor and the bedrooms upstairs on the first floor, with a balcony. These chalets have fabulous views, even from the bathroom. The bathroom features a luxurious shower, separate WC/bidet, hairdryer and separate sauna (Finnish and bio). Cozy living area with open log fire, snug divan, sofa and sitting area. Digital TV, WiFi, safe, tea bar and soft minibar.
The Adler Mountain Lodge is a hideaway for rest and relaxation, where the quiet atmosphere is precious. For that reason, children under the age of 8 are not accepted. The Family Suites and Family Chalets are perfect for families with children over that age.
The Alpine Spa offers a good range of treatments, using a natural in-house product range. The sauna nestles under the roof providing a serene sanctuary in which to relax, unwind and enjoy the panoramic views.
Enjoy a swim in the beautifully warm outdoor infinity pool from which the views are quite simply, out of this world - seeing is believing.
Location & Directions
Alpe di Siusi, South Tyrol, Italy
When to go
The climate in this part of the Dolomites is a typical alpine microclimate - winters are long and cold and from December to February average temperatures are below zero and night time temperatures can fall to minus 20°C. There are great differences between daytime and night time temperatures. Winters are snowy but approximately 100 days of sunshine between December and March is the norm.