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The Vitalpina Hotel Tratterhof in Maranza is situated on a sunny hill between the Val Pusteria and the Valle Isarco at 1400 m above sea level. You will enjoy excellent views of Mount Gitschberg in Maranza, of the Brixen Valley, and of the historic town of Bressanone (only 20 km). Thanks to its sunny location, and panoramic views over the Dolomites, the village of Maranza is extremely popular. We organise guided hikes to the mountain peaks of Sass Putia, Odle and the Sciliar.
Here you will only hear the sound of nature, learn to appreciate the subtle beauty of an alpine flower, leave behind the hustle and bustle of daily life, and find renewed energy following the slow pace of nature.
The breathtaking panoramic views from the Tratterhof can be admired in all seasons. The hotel interior has even more to offer: exclusive authentic ‘Stube-style’ suites that will entice you to spend some time together, and sophisticated gourmet food that will satisfy all your culinary desires.
The Vitalpina Hotels Südtirol is a consortium of the best hotels in Alto Adige that specialise in mountain hiking holidays. The three key elements of the Vitalpina philosophy are: mountain hiking, a healthy diet based on fresh local produce, and modern health spas that provide treatments and services using natural products. All hotel owners are expert mountain hikers and are able to guide you both in winter and summer through the fascinating alpine regions of Alto Adige. From the Ortles to the Dolomites, the Vitalpina Hotels Südtirol is the perfect choice if you’re looking for an activity holiday offering nature hikes in Trentino Alto Adige.
Rhododendron comfort room (approx. 25 sq m)
Comfort room with south-facing balcony and panoramic views over the Dolomites, LCD-26" satellite TV, sofa and fridge. (2-3 people)
Alpine world panoramic suite (approx. 35 sq m)
Comfort room with south-facing balcony and panoramic views over the Dolomites, comfortable lounge area with sofa, LCD-26" satellite TV, fridge. (2-4 people)
Alpine world panoramic suite with children’s room (40 sq m)
Comfort room with south-facing balcony and panoramic views over the Dolomites, LCD-32" satellite TV, fridge and sofa. (2-3 people)
Alpine symphony suite (approx. 41 sq m)
Comfort room with spacious lounge area and tiled stove, south-facing balcony and panoramic views over the Dolomites, LCD-32" satellite TV, fridge. (2-4 people)
Bergidyll Tratterhof suite (approx. 50 sq m)
Dream suite with spacious lounge area separate from the bedrooms, tiled stove and sitting room, sofa, south-facing balcony with views over the Dolomites (2-4 people)
A simply stunning view from our bedrooms and suites
Food and wine
A feast for the palate awaits you at the Bergidyll Tratterhof. In harmony with nature, our cuisine focuses on traditional and Mediterranean delicacies, made using herbs and spices sourced from the local woodlands and meadows. Sitting at an elegantly laid, candle-lit table, we know you'll love our magic Tyrolean evenings.
Growing grapes and appreciating wine is part of our culture – the pleasure of sampling a good glass of wine in our alpine wine cellar requires commitment and effort.
Wine lovers and connoisseurs will be impressed with the excellent range of wines kept in our wine cellar, a room full of premium wines from South Tyrol, Italy and other countries. Learn all about the wines of Alto Adige and the fascinating stories from Evelyn, our sommelier, during our wine tasting sessions.
"Love whispers in the wine cellar..."
Alpine baths in the idyllic Hotel Tratterhof have deep roots in the thermal bath culture of the Val Pusteria, which more than100 years ago attracted patients from all over Europe to Alto Adige.
Indoor pool, Jacuzzi and panoramic saunas
Tyrolean hay bath
Aromatic herbs and hay from the alpine huts of Alto Adige to improve blood circulation, purify and detox your body, and strengthen your nervous system and immune system. A hay bath also relieves chronic joint pain.
Thanks to its delicate fragrance the rose bath has a soothing effect on the mind and on your skin, which will feel soft and pure.
Stimulating and soothing herbs such as arnica, mint, thyme, chamomile, purple clover, summer pastels and cornflower are used in this bath. The herbs are sourced from the forests and meadows surrounding our idyllic hotel. Our sense of smell is awakened by different herbs; the skin and the senses absorb their remedial properties, relaxing both the body and mind.
Lemon essential oil bath
Lemon essential oil baths re-hydrate dry skin, restoring the skin's radiant complexion and softness. Recommended for neurodermatitis.
Swiss pine bath
Swiss pine baths have a long-standing tradition in the Val Pusteria. They have beneficial effects on body and mind and help restore the skin's softness.
Healing earth bath
Healing earth baths have a purifying, detoxing and a peeling effect on the skin. Highly recommended for water retention in the legs.
Different types of massages with detoxing and relaxing effects, to speed up your metabolism and soothe your mind and spirit.
Idyllis Alpinum Wellness Centre
Things to do
Over 280 days of sunshine per year, the Maranza mountain slopes are among the sunniest in Alto Adige. The new 8-passenger cable car takes you from the village up to 2,107 m, in the heart of the Gitschberg ski paradise with modern snow-making equipment to guarantee fun in the snow at all times.
Once a week our ski guide, Heinz, will take you on a tour of the Sella mountain range, a unique experience for all ski lovers.
Our hotel is also the ideal starting point for winter hikes, sledging and snow shoeing.
There are countless opportunities for sporting and cultural activities. There is a wide choice of things to do here in Maranza: fascinating hikes and climbs in unspoilt valleys, easy or more challenging mountain-bike rides in the surrounding areas, swimming in the Alpinpool Gitschberg or in the Acquarena in Bressanone, and fishing in the lakes of Seefeld and Lake Selvaggio.
There are also historic places to visit such as the Chiusa di Rio di Pusteria and Rodengo Castle, and many events, such as evening concerts and festivals in the Maranza tennis pavilion.
The hiking culture in our family has been passed on from generation to generation. Hiking started because of the need to run a mountain farm hut, but also because we love the beautiful flora and fauna that surround us. As hiking guides we want to share with our guests the interesting secrets of the nature surrounding us and we have many fascinating stories to tell about our people and region, for example, during our favourite hike to the lakes of Seefeld going past Mount Gitschberg, and returning along the Altafossa Valley.
Cima di Terento (Eidechsspitze) PeakTerento (Terenten)
Trek to the Cima di Valmala - WurmaulspitzeRio di Pusteria (Mühlbach)
Europa High-Altitude Trail 2, South Tyrol: OverviewVal di Vizze (Pfitsch)
Trek to the Fundres Mountains, Lake Selvaggio and Picco della CroceRio di Pusteria (Mühlbach)
Trek to Cima di CampolagoRio di Pusteria (Mühlbach)
Rifugio Ponte di Ghiaccio (Edelrauthütte) mountain refuge and Cima Cadini (Napfspitze) PeakVandoies (Vintl)
Panoramic Circular Hiking Tour "Stoaner Mandl" in Jochtal/VallesRio di Pusteria (Mühlbach)
Alpine Pasture Circular Hiking Tour Maranza/MeransenRio di Pusteria (Mühlbach)