A tailor-made hotel for biking enthusiasts


Our chefs take special care in preparing light, well-balanced meals for recreational biking needs that are both nutritious and prepared using a wide range of local products. Mediterranean cuisine is seasoned with Ladin and South Tyrolean flavours.

  • breakfast with a wide variety of sweet and savoury food so you can fuel up with energy for a day of sports
  • a four-course dinner served at the table
  • special gala dinner on Sundays
  • vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free meals are available upon request


The following services are also available on request at an extra fee:

  • snack-packs with energy bar and drink for your outings (if not included in the holiday package)
  • snacks, sandwiches, pasta, hot and cold dishes served in the afternoon at the lounge bar terrace


After a day of incredible biking, let yourself go and relax in our wellness center to make the most of your holiday.

  • Finnish sauna, herbal sauna, infrared sauna and steam bath
  • relaxing zone with waterbeds
  • bathrobe
  • sport and relaxation massages
  • gym with Technogym equipment
  • Laundry bags for your biking clothes are available at the reception desk
  • Drop-off by 18.00 for delivery the next morning
  • Service included in the holiday packages
  • Service is extra for non-package vacationers at a rate of 9.00 € per bag
  • A room with a shoe-dryer and drying racks for riding gear is also available

Our Bike Info Corner is located at the main entrance and provides informational material for cyclists. Share your biking enthusiasm and adventures with other cycling friends. Gatherings take place every day after each tour at the hotel terrace.

Klaus, the hotel owner and an expert guide, is available for one-to-one advice at the reception.

  • all the road bike routes can be downloaded directly from our website or found at the hotel

There are several other ways to enjoy your vacation in the mountains aside from biking.


Walking & Hiking

Paths wind their way through the spectacular scenery of the Dolomites with trails to suit hikers of all ages and abilities, from the most experienced to those who just want a nice quiet walk.

  • our staff is always on hand to recommend the best routes
  • paths and trails can be downloaded from the following website: Alta Badia


Via Ferratas

The Dolomites are the number one location for via ferratas (literally «iron paths») in terms of their quantity and quality: experienced climbers are familiar with the thrill of tackling these difficult but exciting routes. Even beginners can rise to the challenge but we recommend you go accompanied by a skilled Alpine guide: we guarantee it will be an unforgettable experience.

  • advice and assistance available from our ski instructor and Alpine guide, Ingo Irsara
  • equipment provided free of charge for groups of up to three people



Badia is a small village located in the centre of the Ladin region which includes Val Badia, Val Gardena, Val di Fassa, Livinalongo (the valleys around the Sella Massif) and the valley of Cortina d'Ampezzo. The history of these valleys goes back thousands of years  and the Ladin culture with its age-old traditions is still very much alive in the typical architecture of the «viles» (farming villages), the building decorations in the graffito technique and the traditional costumes. The Ladin language is still spoken today and taught in schools to remind the younger generations of the origins of their people.

  • a large information board with the latest up-to-the-minute news on local events