Berghotel Sexten****s Berghotel Sexten in Sesto / Drei Zinnen – Dolomites

Themes in this hotel


  • Hiking
  • Wellness
  • Ski


Hotel Valuation

379 reviews

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The Berghotel Sexten is located, as its name says, in Sexten in the Puster Valley. Surrounded by the Dolomites of Sexten, the place is a perfect destination for a holiday in winter as well as in summer. The valley offers many activities such as hiking, alpine tours, mountain biking, while in winter you can have fun on the slopes of the Ski area Helm. In addition, the towns of Toblach, Cortina d'Ampezzo and Pragser Wildsee offer wonderful slopes for cross-country skiing. The Berghotel Sexten is located above Moos and is characterized by rustic buildings, traditions and warm hospitality. The wellness area in the hotel offers a breathtaking panoramic view from the indoor and outdoor pool, also from the saunas. Wellness in the Dolomites of Sexten is a unique experience for all senses. The cuisine will delight you with healthy and natural recipes, prepared with regional and biological products. In the evening, you can choose between several 5-course menus, served with noble wines of the wine cellar. The Berghotel Sexten is the ideal destination for an unforgettable holiday in the middle of the nature. The Family Holzer will be happy to welcome you and spoil you at the Berghotel Sexten.

What sets us apart

  • Member of the "Wanderhotels", certified by 5 crystals
  • Cuisine with quality, healthy and regional products
  • Beautiful wellness area with water, warmth and well-being
  • Hotel built with materials from the mountains: stones, wood and glass


Guests about the hotel

„It was a perfect holiday. The Berghotel Sexten is to recommend! The food is excellent and prepared with love. You can't ask for better. Certainly it was not our last holiday at the Berghotel Sexten!“
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