Adler Mountain Lodge - Summer
Alpe di Siusi, South Tyrol, Italy
based on 7 nights
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Full Board and activities
Based on 2 adults for 7 nights in a Junior Suite on an all inclusive basis including private transfers.
At a Glance
Breathtaking views and exceptional food
Daily activity program for guests including hiking with guides, biking and exploring the local area
Mountain lodge-style luxury in a stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site setting
Exceptional Spa and Wellness Center with incredible views.
Perfect for a romantic getaway in the heart of the Dolomites
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The climate in this part of the Dolomites is a typical alpine microclimate - the temperatures in Summer are moderate. There are great differences between daytime and night time temperatures.
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With stunning views the Adler Mountain Lodge is the perfect escape for a summer break in the picturesque Dolomites. This romantic lodge also hosts a beautifully warm outdoor infinity pool with views that are simply breath-taking.
Adler Mountain Lodge is an alpine haven, it is clear to see the imagination and passion that have gone into the building of this 30 room lodge and its 12 private chalets.
A magical hideaway the Adler Mountain Lodge has extraordinary views and is located on one of Europe’s largest plateau - the Seiser Alm or Alpe di Siusi as it's often known. 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. At this altitude 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 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.
Architecturally it blends nature and sophistication and is built from local spruce and larch, blending into the surroundings. The chalets look 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 specialties include meadow herb omelettes and hay roasted lamb. And when you're not enjoying the outdoors or taking in the views, try the Alpine Spa for a truly memorable pampering session.
Being located high on an alpine plateau means that there are a huge number of walks and hiking options directly from Adler Mountain Lodge. A variety of different activities are organized on a daily basis which guests can choose to participate in according to their interests.
Adler Mountain Lodge is also amazing in winter with some of the best skiing in the Alps.
The main lodge houses 18 natural wooden suites, all with a spacious, wooden balcony for stunning views of the Dolomites and are built from local larch and spruce. The family suite in the main lodge features a spacious double bedroom and a separate children's room with two beds for a perfect family getaway. Whilst the Junior Suite boasts a double room, filled with natural light and a large en-suite. Slightly higher up the slopes there are 12 two-storey, wooden guest chalets for optimum privacy and spectacular views of the surrounding peaks.
|Family Suite - Main Lodge||
The Family Suites are in the Main Lodge and measure 60-65m². They feature a main bedroom and separate children’s room with two beds and a spacious wooden balcony with breathtaking views of the Dolomites. The large bathroom has a luxurious shower, separate WC/bidet, hairdryer and infrared wellness radiator, digital TV, WiFi, safe, tea bar and soft minibar.
|Junior Suite - Main Lodge||
Located 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.
A spacious 70-75m² the private Chalets are built over two floors in larch. The living area and large terrace are 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 cosy 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 and built over two floors. The cosy living area and terrace are on the ground floor and the bedrooms are 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). Cosy living area with open log fire, snug divan, sofa and sitting area. Digital TV, WiFi, safe, tea bar and soft minibar.
As a hideaway for rest and relaxation the Adler Mountain Lodge has a quiet atmosphere which is precious. For that reason, children below 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 is designed so the beautiful surroundings are brought to life with plenty of panoramic views, even the sauna has a view. It offers a good range of treatments, using a natural in-house product range. With the emphasis on serenity this is a peaceful sanctuary in which to relax, unwind and enjoy the spectacular views.
The Adler Mountain Lodge serves culinary delights from the regional South Tyrolean cuisine either in the panoramic restaurant.
With the emphasis on using local produce the restaurant serves specialties such as omelette with meadow herbs or hay-roasted lamb. With panoramic views.
|Wellbeing and Alpine Spa||
Heated infinity pool, sauna with a view, solarium under the stars, and spa featuring treatments featuring locally produced ingredients.
During the summer, there is a daily program of activities available to guests which include: hiking tours, mountain bike tours, e-bike tours, early morning sunrise walks, star-gazing walks, yoga sessions, outdoor fitness, flower tasting walks and barbecue lunches on the sun terrace.
Milly Walker (Staff)
Adler Mountain Lodge is in a class of its own! The ideal summer getaway for couples looking to relax, lounge by the outdoor pool admiring the incredible views and go walking in the stunning surroundings. There is a weekly activity plan in place and you can sign up to whatever you would like when you are out there - all included!
There is also food and drink available all day long, so you can go off for a morning, or even full day and then come back to salads, cakes, wine, Champagne, Gin and Tonic - whatever you fancy really. Absolute bliss!
Kirsty Edwards (Staff)
The view from Adler Mountain Lodge during the summer must be one of the most stunning vistas on this planet. Lush green rolling meadows extend towards the majestic, towering Dolomite mountains, with wooden mountain huts peppering the foreground.
Adler Mountain Lodge is a really special place to stay, seamless service, incredible food in incredible surroundings. The hotel has its own activity program with a great choice of things to do each day - just take your pick and sign up. From exploring the wild flower meadows, to e-biking and star gazing, there's something for everyone.
This truly is a place to relax, unwind and simply enjoy being in a beautiful mountain environment.
E-biking is the perfect way to enjoy mountain biking in the stunning Dolomites without too much effort. Take in the incredible views as you explore the beautiful terrain on two wheels.
An overnight stay in a mountain 'rifugio' is a must when spending time in the Dolomites. These rifugios (refuges) differ in the facilities that they offer; some are quite basic, some are more luxurious.
Via Ferrata in the Dolomites
Via Ferrata literally means 'iron path' and is a thrilling way of climbing the edge of a mountain in relative safety. The Dolomites has a huge variety of via ferrata from easy to challenging, making it the ideal place to climb and see spectacular views.
Ziplining in the Dolomites
Are you ready for the highest zip wire in Europe? If you like adrenaline pumping zip wires then they don't come much better than this, with a 420m breathtaking descent and a peak speed of 80km/h.