Hotel Zur Goldenen Rose

Schnalstal, South Tyrol, Italy

An average of 300 days of sunshine per year make South Tyrol an ideal holiday destination. The local cuisine invites you to try traditional delicacies like Tyrolean bacon, cheese, Schuettelbrot and a selection of wines. Prepare yourself for a relaxing holiday in elegant surroundings at the Hotel Zur Goldenen Rose. The owner Stefania Grüner has arranged all rooms with care and love to ensure you will enjoy your stay.
Mountain & Ski

Hotel guide


  • Choose between three categories from 22 different rooms, all furnished in a traditional style and equipped with: Sat tv, telephone, bathrooms with marble and wooden basins, bathrobe, slippers, hairdryer, make-up mirror, cosmetic products, water, safe, minibar, w-lan, some rooms with own balcony
  • Spa with Finnish sauna, steam bath, grotto, relaxation area featuring heated loungers and thermal benches
  • Reading room with daily newspapers, books and open fireplace

Our favourite

  • Treat yourself with the hotel's Glacisse cosmetic and spa treatments. From facial care to body packs for sports enthusiasts.

Wine & Dine

  • Breakfast buffet with fresh local products
  • Delicious 5-course dinner with local and Italian specialities
  • Cake buffet and an assortment of teas is served in the afternoon
  • The Guest Lounge invites you for glass of wine
  • Wine cellar with award-winning South Tyrolean wines


  • Snug sweaters and alpine casual


  • Rooms from € 142 / day including half-board

Local guide

Worth getting out of bed for

  • Is a trip to the Schnalstal glacier where you can find the romantic mountain hut 'bella vista' with possibility for a sleep over

Good to know

  • The Schnalstal Valley ski area is ideal for both beginners and specialists, in addition the calm location far off the mass skiing areas ensures maximum skiing experience

Winter activities

  • The Schnalstal Valley is a winter sporting paradise for skiing, cross country skiing and snowboarding. The high altitude above 3000m enables pistes to be open all-year round. The valley is also an ideal starting point for ski tours and snowshoe trekking

Summer activities

  • In summer the spectacular mountain ranges anticipate hikers and nature lovers. Horse riding, canoeing, rock climbing and mountain biking are further acivities for adventure

How to get there

  • By plane: nearest airport is Bolzano 55 km (only during peak seasons), Innsbruck 180 km, Verona 200 km (served by Germanwings)
  • Train station is Merano, public bus service to and from Merano
  • By car: from the north via Brennero - Merano - exit Naturno