Adler Lodge Ritten to Open This June

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Adler Hotel Group will introduce its fourth property in the Dolomites this summer: Adler Lodge Ritten. The new hotel will be located on the Renon plateau, just a short walk from a stop on the region’s historic narrow-gauge railway.

While here, guests can take a quick 12-minute cable car ride into the city of Bolzano and visit the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology, the 13th century Mareccio Castle or the Duomo di Bolzano cathedral. The hotel will also offer activities for every time of the year, including skiing, snowshoeing, Nordic walking, wine tasting and cycling.

Adler Lodge Ritten will provide two guest buildings, both consisting of ten junior suites. Twenty one- and two-story chalets will also be scattered throughout the property, with some surrounding a small lake. All accommodations at Adler Lodge Ritten will include private bio saunas and either balconies or terraces.

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In the hotel’s central building, guests will find the property’s lobby, bar, restaurant and a spa. Chef Hannes Pignater will lead the lodge’s culinary efforts, cooking mostly regional and local dishes. Room rates will include the price of all meals, soft drinks, wines and spirits. Adler Lodge Ritten’s wellness offerings will include a steam sauna in the main building and two separate saunas set further in the forest. The hotel will also operate a heated infinity pool throughout the year.

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