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ADLER Mountain LODGE Celebrates Love in the Dolomiti
Elegant Dolomite retreat offers couples the chance to focus on each other.

South Tyrol, Italy, March 2019 … Couples looking to disconnect from the outside world and reconnect to each other would be smart to carve out time for “Love Time,” a package offered at ADLER Lodge ALPE between May 16, 2019 and December 5, 2019.

The cozy spa lodge is set within the Alpe di Siusi Landscape Protection Area, and the New York Times recently wrote that it “mirrors the rustic little dwellings of its neighbors, but in palatial form.”

Starting at €819 per person for a three-night stay, the “Love Time” package includes:

• Accommodations in either a junior suite or chalet with a welcome gift of sparkling wine and fruit

• A spa treatment for two that includes a wooden tub bath, partial massages and fangotherapy, or the use of warm, healing mud (called fango), which transmits heat to help relieve muscle tension and soreness. Guests can choose between alpine (detoxifying and stimulating) or arnica (anti-inflammatory).

• A romantic carriage ride through the Dolomites

Long known as a popular getaway for Italians looking to escape city life, the Dolomites are quickly becoming an “it” destination for U.S. travelers looking to liven up their Instagram feeds with something more under-the-radar than Rome or Lake Como. What the Times wrote about the Lodge could be applied not only to the natural world, but to our close relationships as well: “To pull back the morning curtains on this jagged expanse — the rocky massifs jangling in the bright sun or softened by fields of fresh falling snow — is to wake up to the grandeur of the greater world that, in our insular daily lives, we so easily forget.”

ABOUT ADLER Lodge ALPE  https://www.adler-lodge.com/en/hotel-alpe-di-siusi/1-0.html

The luxury food and travel blog Travellers’ Places said that ADLER Lodge ALPE was “designed to radiate peace and relaxation,” a fact that’s clear from the moment guests arrive. The hotel consists of a main building with 18 junior suites, as well as 12 private, freestanding chalets, modelled after classic mountain huts, dotted throughout the property. The main reception area is home to a 40-foot–high totem by Adolf Vallazza, the world-famous wood sculptor.

The majestically beautiful Alpe di Siusi is as important to the story of ADLER Lodge ALPE as its luxurious rooms and expert staff. Although skiers are lured by the nearby world-famous runs during winter, each season is utterly unforgettable. Spring brings the sounds of birdsong and views of brightly colored meadows covered with wildflowers like orchids, crocuses and edelweiss. During the lush, green summers, the soft breezes and abundant sunshine make it easy to stay active all day. The alpenglow is a famous autumn phenomenon that guests love to observe during cocktail hour. Right before sunset, the mountain walls begin to glow with a gorgeous mix of orange, red and violet hues. This unique, breathtaking display is a special time that lasts only for a few minutes, and it reminds guests and staff members to pause and soak in the magical setting.

A network of trails adjacent to the property allows guests to easily hike or ski out and back to explore the Alpe di Siusi. Visitors can also experiment with yoga, horse-drawn carriage rides, snowshoeing, mountain biking and swimming in the heated indoor-outdoor infinity pool. Treated with therapeutic Dead Sea salt, the pool resembles a mountain lake, especially in the early mornings, as the mist rises and mingles with the clean, crisp air.

The Alpine Spa is set in its own loft within the main building; it’s home to a hay sauna, fitness center and windows offering panoramic views of the rolling meadows and jagged Dolomite peaks. The staff takes pride in helping guests choose treatments that are best suited to their preferences, such as facials, peels, massages, body wraps and wooden tub baths. There are also several combination options (called “rituals”) that mix several different treatments for a truly sublime experience. One relaxation room has a glass ceiling that is especially popular during the evenings, as it allows guests to stargaze in a warm, luxurious setting.

The per-night pricing structure, which the hotel calls “inclusive arrangement,” covers just about everything. It includes three daily meals, afternoon tea, soft drinks (think bottled mineral water and fresh juice), wines and liqueurs. Although treatments cost extra, guests can enter the spa to use its saunas and heated outdoor pool, which is open year-round. Guided activities such as skiing, hiking, mountain biking and sunset yoga—not to mention equipment rentals—are also covered. Guests are treated to a refined, ultra-relaxing atmosphere that’s a true retreat from the worries of daily life

ADLER Lodge ALPE is an eco-friendly hotel that complies with the Klimahaus Nature standards, which include strict requirements for responsible energy consumption, sustainable construction materials and an architectural design that’s in harmony with the surrounding landscape.


has three sister properties in Italy, each each imbued with a strong sense of place. ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI and ADLER Spa Resort BALANCE
are in the center of Ortisei overlooking the mountains, with architecture that’s beautifully integrated into the alpine setting. ADLER Spa Resort THERMAE, in Bagno Vignoni, Tuscany, is famous for its complex of naturally fed thermal baths and pools, totaling more than 1,000 square meters. A new hotel, ADLER Lodge RITTEN, will be opening in Lichtenstern in summer 2019. As the hotels have grown and expanded from their humble roots, one thing has not changed: The Sanoner family, who have owned and managed the properties for seven generations and are passionate about hospitality.

For more information:  https://www.adler-resorts.com/en/
Press contact: Morano Public Relations, 212-860-5566 or martha@moranopr.com


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