How to get to us
The way to the Alpine panorama of our family-run hotel in Alta Badia
Staring at picturesque posters in huge concrete tourist traps? Not here! Everything is genuine with us, including the fantastic views of the Pares, Cima Nove, Cima Dieci and Sas dla Crusc mountains and the Val Badia valley. You will enjoy idyllic calm at our family-run hotel in Alta Badia at an altitude of 1,144 metres. And you only need to travel a few minutes to find hustle and bustle, fun and frolics, in the town of Bruneck, in the Kronplatz hiking and ski resort and in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site. The village of Onach on the outskirts of Val Badia is the last German-speaking place around, as people further into the valley in Welschellen speak Ladin.
This what we call our wonderland
Into the car and off to see us
From the north or south, take the Brenner Autobahn motorway (A22) and leave at the Brixen/Pustertal exit, then continue along the state road to the Puster Valley. Turn right shortly before signs for St. Lorenzen and head for Alta Badia. After around 2 kilometres (1.2 miles), turn right towards signs for “Montal”. After around 500 metres, turn left onto the road to Onach, a village with a population of just 300. It’s now just a 3.5-kilometre (2.2-mile) drive, at which point you will see our family-run hotel in Alta Badia on the right side of the road. We have our own parking facilities and underground garage.
You can leave your car at home on your holiday to our family-run hotel in Alta Badia
Relax as you travel. There are no traffic jams and no stress when you take the train! We are happy to come and get you for free from the train stations in Bruneck, Ehrenburg or St. Lorenzen with the hotel bus. Just let us know your ETA. If you are coming from further afar, then flights to airports in Verona, Innsbruck, Bergamo, Munich, Treviso or Venice are the ones to book. Convenient airport shuttles head to our holiday region from all these flight destinations.
HolidayPass Premium – travel is free once you get here
With the HolidayPass Premium, which we give out free of charge upon your arrival, you can explore the whole of South Tyrol on public transport – at no cost and without limits. Why go by foot when the bus runs to the surrounding villages and hiking regions several times a day, with a bus stop right on the doorstep of our family-run hotel in Alta Badia? You can also be on the ski lift on the Kronplatz in minutes with the ski bus, which is in operation from December to February.
I absolutely must go there