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Longing for that lodge-feeling?

Be one of our first guests

We are putting the final touches to the ADLER Lodge on the Ritten – and you can already secure yourself some time out in the new hideaway!


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They still exist.

Small wonders that evoke big amazement.

Some places simply cast their spell over you. They catch your eye, touch your spirit and stay in your heart. The ADLER Lodge RITTEN emerges in one of those enchanting places, majestically above the valleys and surrounded by the magic of the mountains. In the midst of the loveliest natural landscape, our hideaway is awaiting you – the holiday destination for all those who long for laid-back bliss, freedom and invigorating lightness.
“We turn your holiday at our new hideaway into an unforgettable experience. Discover the beauty and uniqueness of the enchanting landscape that surrounds us.”
Alexandra MayrHotel director
My Hideaway
Time to arrive, switch off, revive yourself.
The Lodge
Small moments, big pictures
Always in your memory
Sun for your Soul
Renon – a haven of peace: above the roofs of Bolzano, at the gates to the Dolomites.
Where nature teaches you to relax
Wellness in the forest. The scent of pine cones, the crackling of an open fire.

From our journal

People and stories behind the ADLER Lodge RITTEN

A peek behind the ADLER scenes
This is who we are

Sauna under treetops

Who does not dream of his own private chalet, nestled in a breathtaking landscape? Of deep forests and a mountain panorama that takes your breath away?

It all started with the chef

“My cuisine is creative and authentic at the same time. An interaction of two culinary traditions: quality products from South Tyrol, supplied directly by committed farmers, and delicious specialties from the rest of Italy."

Space for something new

In February 1911, Sigmund Freud wrote in a letter to his friend C. G. Jung: “[Next summer] I need a place where I can be alone with a forest nearby”.