Stylish, modern, unique. A room for design lovers above the roofs of Burgeis. Simple white and noble walnut enhance the hand-picked decorative objects.
The large window facade in front of the free-standing bathtub reveals breathtaking panorama views of the Venosta Valley.
You’ve made it to the top. This top floor suite opens up perspectives – with its generous room height and the linear design.
Three steps lead up to an elevated level where a double bathtub offers relaxation.
A room for two people who are comfortable together. Elegant elm wood, sensuous purple and earthy brown tones create a very special atmosphere.
A large bed, the inviting sofa and the free-standing bathtub provide a nice backdrop to the time spent together.
This is where mind and spirit come to rest. Oak and natural colours have a grounding effect and invite guests to linger.
A full view of the South-Tyrolean mountain world gives the mind space to roam.
Unique design, high-quality equipment and stylish accessories, selected with great attention to detail. This suite offers you contemporary art of living, far away from the typical hotel room character.
A south facing balcony and the ample bathtub make the atmosphere perfect.
Our Juniorsuite presents a decent and unobtrusive atmosphere in simple colors and smoked wood. Homely color schemes bring pillows, cozy blankets and comfortable armchairs.
A highlight is the unique canopy bed with a great view on the surrounding mountains.
Alpine design flirts with Scandinavian flair. Muted green, earthy brown and a vintage armchair for a pop of colour.
The room design is open but cosy. A fantastic view of the surrounding mountains.
The expanded version of the “Design Pila Double Room”.
The romantic round balcony offers a magnificent view: the Ortler Group, Fürstenburg Castle and Marienberg Abbey seem close enough to touch.
These rooms are simple and stylish. Linear wood is combined with exquisite fabrics.
The design highlight: the extravagant hand-finished wardrobe. The view opens to the village of Burgeis.
Simple white and elegant grey blend with cosy furnishings and classy oak wood. Comfortable armchairs invite guests to linger and enjoy the view of the historic village square of Burgeis.
The spacious bathroom boasts a stunning modern design.
Simple white and elegant grey blend with stylish furnishings and classy oak wood. The cozy living area in the little bay window of the room invite guests with its comfortable armchairs to linger and relax.
You enjoy the view to the historic village square of Burgeis with its lively bustle. The spacious bathroom boasts a stunning modern design.
The artistry of these furnishings lies in their restraint. We took great care in transforming an old barn into an elegant suite. Larch wood, Sarner porphyry flooring and large glass fronts create a timelessly beautiful home atmosphere.
The extra-large bathroom is a unique experience.
A suite that has more than earned its name. A fairy-tale ambience in a historic setting. Centuries-old rooms, transported to the modern age with care and in grand style.
The atmosphere is unique and the materials are hand-picked, such as the valuable granite from the Martell Valley in the modern bathroom. The view is directed toward the historic Burgeis village square.
This suite dispone of the oldest parlor in our historic mansion zum Löwen. You sleep under a wood panel with more than 800 years of history.
Strong and thick walls with lancet windows offer unique views into past, while you are relaxing in your modern and stylish bathtub or enjoying your own steam bath.
Unique rooms with an unforgettable charm. The bedchamber is an 800-year-old gothic room; an old smoke kitchen was transformed into an extraordinary bathroom.
This suite offers space for up to three people.
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