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Made of wood

The ADLER Mountain Lodge is constructed entirely of wood. Inside and out. The ADLER’s architects, Hugo and Hanspeter Demetz from Ortisei, were in charge, assisted by the architect Rudi Perathoner from Selva.

A main lodge with reception, a beautiful lounge with open fireplace, restaurant, 18 suites in the Alpine style, spectacular Wellness & Spa facilities with wonderful views, a pool and spacious sun terrace. Plus, twelve chalets – unique private mountain huts for guests.

“Ordinary” wood architecture was never the intention. This vision was inspired by the famous Austrian architect Clemens Holzmeister, who designed the main wing of the Hotel ADLER in Ortisei in 1926. The Ortisei artist Markus Delago has added mysterious figures: Eagles, dragons’ heads ….