Dolomiti Romantic Spa

The Alpe di Siusi, the valley of Val Gardena, and the Sellaronda are the famous skiing areas of the Dolomites surrounding Castelrotto, Ortisei, Santa Cristina, and Selva di Val Gardena.

You can reach all of these places easily by taking a free shuttle bus that conveniently departs from ABINEA Hotel.

What can you find in Castelrotto and in the surrounding area?

The picturesque village of Castelrotto and its historic center is one of the most attractive and most visited tourist spots of the region. Regardless the season, the local community of the Sciliar area is comprised of happy, positive people. They are quick to laugh, and appreciate the natural beauty of their surroundings. They continue to live by and cultivate the traditions of their past. The village offers a lot of interesting opportunities for different sportive activities for people of any age. The most famous locals of Castelrotto are the “Kastelruther Spatzen” who attract thousands of fans to their village and community. Immerse yourself in Castelrotto, which is also home to the world-champion skiers Denise Karbon and Peter Fill.

Click on the picture for 3D tour, and use the menu buttons on the right side to choose between cameras!

To share moments of relaxation you can find a privat spa with round whirlpool, steam bath with aromatherapy, Kneipp foot bath, vital-shower and a cozy heart-bed. 
The sauna area offers a rarity choice of materials with natural wood of pine, rocks of the Dolomites, and natural wool. These are the materials with which the romantic dream was created. 
You can try the hay sauna (55° C), the aromatic herbs sauna (75° C), the crystal steam bath (50° C), the cold room with crash ice fountain, the kneipp parcours with hot/cold water and massage stones mountain shower.

The salt cave is an absolute highlight of the hotel services, we love it so much!

Congratulation from us to the designer and the architect because of using only natural materials in the room! Just one look at the picture is enough to feel ourselves healthier! Really incredible.

Kastelruth or Castelrotto is the largest location in the Seiser Alm region. The village is very welcoming, with its limited traffic historic centre, numerous shops, beautiful houses, the third-highest church tower in South Tyrol, a buzzing village life!
The name ‘Castelrotto‘ was first heard of during the 10th Century. Its origin comes from Latin – Castellum Ruptum . However, the original foundation of the village or town, most likely dates as far back as Roman times. Today, the village represents a typical medieval style, where life is centred around the middle of the square. The old houses in the village centre are magnificent manor houses, which bear witness to the fact that this was not a village owned by simple farmers, but that it was the home of rich lords. In addition, the name of the village also refers to a former castle. Any remains which exist today, can be found in the St. Anthony chapel at the Kofel mountain.

Locals are especially proud of the village church steeple, at 88 meters its spire is one of the tallest in the region. You will have the opportunity to join one of the weekly-held visits of the tower.

Kastelruth and the entire Schlern region are literally covered by farmhouses, which creates a characteristic landscape. Some farmhouses were built during the 13th Century. The farmhouses and outbuildings are totally different type of buildings, one being a residential building while the other is used for work (i.e. the barn). Most of the time, the buildings come with large, light-filled rooms on the ground floor, which are often used as a type of basement and/or working rooms. The living quarters are situated on the first floor. The entry – the ‘veranda’ – is where people spend most of their time during the summer. The roof is originally made of shingles. The most comfortable room in the house is the lounge, which has wooden wall panels and comes with an oven, an oven bench and a cross in one corner of the room.

And finally, here are some pictures from our the winter time in Dolomiti:


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