ADLER Lodge RITTEN starting at 229 Actual rate may vary based on seasonality and availability.


Lichtenstern 20

I-39054 Oberbozen

T: + 39 (0) 471 1551 700


“Enjoyment without restrictions. That's how a vacation should be. Surrounded by meadows, forests, mountains, it is easy to arrive in the here and now. Just let yourself drift, from moment to moment.” ADLER Lodge RITTEN


The the ADLER Lodge RITTEN is located in the middle of a clearing surrounded by dense forest. Come and enjoy the overwhelming panorama of the Dolomites in the natural suites and chalets made of untreated wood. 

The main building houses the restaurant, a bar, a lounge, and two large terraces as well as the SPA area in the basement. In two side buildings, you will find the suites of the sustainable hotel. Spread across the hillside around the idyllic natural pond are 20 spacious chalets. The wooden buildings harmonize perfectly with the surroundings and provide a feeling of complete peace and relaxation. 

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  • Modern wooden chalets and suites for private moments of peace and relaxation
  • Natural pond and forest spa provide relaxation in the middle of nature
  • All-inclusive price (lunch menu and drinks are included)
  • Panoramic restaurant with a view into the beautiful sky
  • Perfect location in a clearing in the forest with a view of the peaks of the Dolomites
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Rooms & Facilities

Twenty sustainable chalets offer pure relaxation and plenty of privacy. The twenty  individually designed  Junior Suites and 2 Family Suites in two separate buildings also offer enough space for friends and families.

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History & Philosophy

In 1810 Josef Anton Sanoner opened the hotel “Der Adler” in Ortisei. The resulting ADLER hotel group is now run by the seventh generation. Since then, tradition and innovation have successfully merged and the Sanoner family is considered a pioneer of the hotel industry in the Alpine region. 

The focus is on selected locations, unique outdoor and spa experiences, and culinary highlights. The sustainable hotel group pays a lot of attention to protecting the nature around the hotels. Sustainable supply chains and construction methods are therefore an integral part of the company’s approach. 

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Green Initiatives

  • Architecture
  • Culinary
  • Water
  • Energy management
  • Waste
  • Environment
  • Animal and plant protection
  • Social engagement
  • Preserving local nature and culture and respecting land use rights
  • Minimizing architectural impact on nature and wildlife
  • Use of local and environmentally friendly building materials 
  • Furniture, floors, and rooms made of local natural wood (larch, oak) 
  • Accessibility throughout the hotel – all areas can be reached by wheelchair or by people with special needs. 
  • Local collaboration: architect Hugo Demetz from Ortisei; South Tyrolean craftsmanship master carpenter Michl Harde
  • Partnership cooperation with farmers and agricultural businesses from the surrounding area
  • Use of seasonal products whenever possible
  • Sustainable development of vegetarian dishes
  • Own bee colony – production of own honey
  • Own herb patch, wild strawberries, and a few cherry trees 
  • Bottling water
  • Water from sustainable sources
  • Water-saving toilet flushing
  • Increasing the use of renewable energy
  • Wood comes from own forest land
  • Use of energy and resource-saving technologies
  • Training of the staff regarding waste separation and recycling
  • Avoidance of plastic
  • Reduction of the amount of waste wherever possible 
  • Mindfulness in the use of recyclable materials and packaging 
  • Own herb garden, wild strawberries, a few cherry trees, and own honey
  • Low traffic routes due to the purchase of local products
  • The Forest sauna and the terrace were designed based on the location of the trees that were already there.  
  • Preservation and balance of the natural ecosystem and biodiversity
  • Use of eco-paper for printed matter and printed materials 
  • Guests and staff are encouraged to reach the lodge by the Rittner Bahn and cable car from Bolzano, by bike or walking.
  • Own bee colony – production of own honey 
  • Own herb bed, wild strawberries, and a few cherry trees 
  • Wood comes from own forest plot
  • ADLER Regional Partner (quality seal for farms and products from the surrounding area)
  • Support and sponsorship of numerous local associations 
  • Valuable cooperation with local companies