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Ski or Hike? Limitless Springtime Activities for Guests at ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI

Whether you're zooming down a slope or trekking up a trail, Dolomites won't disappoint


February, 2020, Val Gardena, Italy - Active travelers looking to plan spring trips should look no further than ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI, a family-friendly resort in the Dolomites Mountains, part of a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site. Those who come between late March and early April will be treated to the delightful phenomenon that is spring skiing - mild, sunny days spent on the slopes, with an added treat of lower lift-ticket prices.

The Dolomite Superski area located in ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI's backyard, is one of the largest in Europe. It's home to 12 ski resorts, 450 lifts and 760 miles of trails. So, whether someone is a novice still learning how to stop or a black diamond pro, there is plenty of options to keep skiers and boarders busy. The resort is just a few minutes' walk to three different lifts: the Seceda cable car (which can be reached from the ski room by escalator), the gondola to Alpe di Siusi and the Rasciesa funicular. Guests who book the "Ski & Sun Special" package will receive a 50 percent discount on ski passes (minimum three days).

Fast forward a few weeks, and temperatures will rise, flowers will bloom, and the mountains will awaken from their winter slumber. Starting in mid-May, ADLER DOLOMITI will offer a new guided hiking package called "Spring Walking Special." Guests will be able to ride the ski lifts to hard-to-reach areas and explore the countryside with a knowledgeable guide. They’ll have the chance see alpine meadows and glacial valleys, as well as historical churches and mountain hut restaurants. After working up an appetite, they'll refuel on hearty Ladin cuisine, known for dishes like dumplings and strudel. Some hikes will be led by Thaddäus Moroder, a former national hang-gliding champion who is the hotel’s longtime tour guide. Moroder is confident in the Dolomites' track record for pleasing visitors. “I’ve never had a guest who wasn’t thrilled by our mountains,” he says.

After a day spent skiing or trekking, guests can decompress at ADLER DOLOMITI's incredible spa, with its seven different steam and sauna areas and nearly 30 massages on the treatment menu. In the impressive Water World area, there are more than 30,000 square feet of hot and cold pools, baths, saunas and relaxation areas, all set within ADLER Park, a private, peaceful oasis. Highlights include the salt grotto and rock salt sauna, the Rasul bath (with mud and herbal steam), a floral-scented steam room and the women’s only rose-petal bath and lounge area. The list of spa treatments is extensive and features Ayurvedic massage, Reiki, and Alpine baths with local pine needles and hay.

Ski & Sun Special: March 22 - April 5, 2020
Three-night stays from €522 per person
Seven-night stays from €1,175 per person
Guests will receive a 50 percent discount on multi-day adult ski passes (minimum three days).

Spring Walking Special: May 14 - June 21, 2020
Three-night stays from €441 per person
Seven-night stays from €989 per person
Three-night minimum stay

• 2 Ortisei lift tickets per person
• 2 daily guided hikes of varying difficulty with local guides
• Daily guided mountain bike or e-bike tours with local guides
• Packed lunches
• Backpacks, telescopic poles and maps
• A hearty snack after hiking
• Customized tour suggestions from our local staff at the ADLER Outdoorpoint

From May 17 – 28, 2020, guests will receive spa vouchers of €50 for stays of three or four nights, and €100 for stays of five nights or more.

ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI is adjacent to a sister hotel, the smaller, adults-only ADLER Spa Resort BALANCE. Other resorts in the ADLER family include ADLER Lodge ALPE, an intimate, chalet-style hotel in the famed Dolomites Alpe di Suisi ski area, and ADLER Spa Resort THERMAE, in Bagno Vignoni, Tuscany, which is famous for its complex of naturally fed thermal baths and pools. 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 has owned and managed the properties for seven generations, and their passion about hospitality. For more information, visit https://www.adler-resorts.com/en/,

Press Contact: Morano Public Relations, 212-860-5566 or martha@moranopr.com or Katherine Han, Katherine@Katherinehanpr.com.

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