Hotel Sonnenberg****s Alpine Spa Resort****s Meransen in the Eisacktal

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  • Hiking
  • Wellness
  • Ski


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The Hotel Sonnenberg****s Alpine Spa Resort located on the sunny plateau of Meransen offers you an unforgettable holiday high above the Eisack and Puster valleys with a fantastic view of the Dolomites. The ski and mountain pasture of Gitschberg, with its summer hiking and snow fun in winter, is a popular destination for day trips. Lovers of relaxation and sports enthusiasts will find what they desire: Hiking, climbing, mountain biking, Nordic walking, wellness treatments, skiing, cross-country skiing, shopping, culture and much more. In addition, the Wellnesshotel Sonnenberg, with the excellent cuisine and the wellness area „Sonnenreich“, offers you pleasant moments. On an area of 3.000 m² you will find a wide range of services for your wellbeing such as swimming pools and sauna facilities with relaxation oasis. The cuisine will delight you with an excellent mixture of Italian, South Tyrolean and International dishes, prepared with natural and fresh products. The landscape, the special cuisine, the magnificent wellness area and the professional staff of the Hotel Sonnenberg make for "an unforgettable holiday in South Tyrol."

What sets us apart

•    A paradise for lovers of pleasures, active and sports enthusiasts
•    HolidayCheck Top Hotel
•    ca. 3000 m² wellness area
•    garden with a small lake
•    fine wines of own wine cellar

Guests about the hotel

„I was for the third time in this hotel and, as always, I liked it very much. The people are very friendly, the room was nice and clean, the food is fantastic. The sauna area is very inviting and the Whirlpool is a panacea after the hikes. For sure, it wasn't my last holiday in this hotel.“
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