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Italy's ADLER Resorts Give Guests a Taste of the E-Bike Trend

Sleek, innovative cycles are ideal for exploring the Dolomites Mountains and Tuscany's rolling hills

Italy, October 2019 ... The ADLER Spa Resorts & Lodges, set in both Tuscany and the Dolomites, all provide stunning backdrops for outdoor pursuits like hiking and biking. Electric bikes, which give riders extra power while enabling them to travel longer and steeper distances, have been gaining in popularity, and the hotels all offer free state-of-the-art models for guests to enjoy, along with guided tours.
 

Tuscany: ADLER Spa Resort THERMAE

Tuscany: ADLER Spa Resort THERMAE
The renowned spa hotel, known for its on-site thermal pools, has many historic sites within easy cycling distance, including the Abbey of Sant'Antimo, the Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore, and the Vitaleta Chapel. Biking is one of the best ways to experience the Tuscan landscape of rolling green hills, slender Cypress trees and red-tile stone farmhouses.

The area around ADLER Spa Resort THERMAE is known as a famous cycling destination, as every fall it’s home to an annual L’Eroica ride, one of the world’s most popular bike events that celebrates the history of the sport—riders use must bikes built before the mid-eighties and wear vintage-inspired clothing.

Through December 20, 2019, the hotel will be offering the “Bike Vacation in Tuscany” package starting at €878 per person. The four-night package includes:

  • Up to guided bike tours every week
  • 1 Grotta Salina (underground salt grotto) session
  • 1 sports massage
  • 1 wine tasting at the ADLER wine cellar
     
Dolomites: ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI, ADLER Spa Resort BALANCE, ADLER Lodge ALPE and ADLER Lodge RITTEN.

Dolomites: ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI, ADLER Spa Resort BALANCE, ADLER Lodge ALPE and ADLER Lodge RITTEN
Each of these distinctive hotels is seamlessly incorporated into the alpine landscape, offering guests a refuge that feels a world away, but is rich with possibilities for outdoor excursions such as skiing, hiking and, of course, biking. Using electric bikes in the mountains allows visitors to plan steeper and more challenging trips than they normally would—or they can simply enjoy a relaxing route that's suitable for guests of all ages and fitness levels. One popular option is “bike to hike:” Guests cycle to the bottom of a mountain trail, spending time hiking and return to the hotel on two wheels.

Through October 31, 2019, ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI will be offering the “Bike Special” package starting at €525 per person for three nights (four- and seven-night packages are also available). The offer includes:

  • Bike rental
  • 2 daylong bike tours
  • Snack upon return
  • Additional offers, such as hiking and gymnastics

ADLER Spa Resort Balance, ADLER Lodge ALPE and ADLER Lodge RITTEN all also offer electric bike rentals free of charge, with the option for guided excursions as well.
 

ABOUT ADLER RESORTS

In 1810, the purchase of a small inn in the Dolomite village of Ortisei altered the landscape for Italian spa hotels. The buyer was a gentleman named Josef Anton Sanoner, and he named his new property “Gasthof zum ADLER” (or Eagle's Inn). More than ten decades later, the hotel is now known as the ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI, and has a large, private park and vast pool complex. It also has three sister properties, all in Italy and each imbued with a strong sense of place. ADLER Spa Resort BALANCE is linked to ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI by an underground tunnel; the woodsy-yet-luxurious ADLER Lodge ALPE is set on the Alpe di Siusi, Europe's largest mountain plateau; and ADLER Spa Resort THERMAE Resort, 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, opened in Lichtenstern this past summer 2019. Calling its junior suites “luminous,” Elle Decor recently praised it as a “charming mountain resort” within a “peaceful alpine refuge.”
 

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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