Introducing Adler Spa Resorts in the Dolomites & Tuscany

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    Adler Resorts is a bijou collection of three Italian properties owned and managed by the Sanoner family. On 9 January 1810, Josef Anton Sanoner acquired the first property – a small tavern called Daverda, which he renamed Gasthof zum Adler (Eagle’s Inn). That property has been passed down through the family, and is currently managed by the seventh generation, though the sixth generation is still represented by the sprightly 90-year-old Elly, who is often to be found greeting guests when they check into the hotel. The Gasthof zum Adler, which has been extended over the years, is now known as the Adler Dolomiti and is located in the stunning mountain resort of Ortisei in Val Gardena, surrounded by the majestic beauty of the Dolomites. A 120-room hotel, it stands in the heart of this traditional mountain resort, which has a rich history having been an important trading centre through the ages. The five-star Dolomiti is set in 9000 square metres of its own private parkland within the town’s pedestrianised zone, but less than a 5-minute walk from lifts that quickly transport guests up to an extensive nature playground for skiing/cross-country skiing/snowshoe hiking in winter, and walking/mountain biking/horse riding in summer. The hotel is home to the largest wellness facility in the Dolomites, with three distinct zones: Dolasilla for beauty & vitality, Aguana where the pools, including thermals are located, and AdlerFit for sport & fitness.

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    Daniel Fountain / 18.04.2014

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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