Unwind in the Heart of the Dolomites
Nestled in Antholz, in the heart of the breathtaking Dolomites, the luxurious Amus Chalets in South Tyrol offer the ultimate alpine getaway. With its wide panoramic views of the surrounding peaks and its refined design, the chalets offer the perfect opportunity to escape the rigors of daily life and immerse in an atmosphere of pure tranquility and relaxation.
39030 Rasun Anterselva (BZ)
South Tyrol (Italy)
Where are the Amus Chalets located?
Rasen-Antholz in South Tyrol is famous for its majestic mountain landscapes, scenic valleys, and pristine and clear mountain lakes. The area is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, providing countless possibilities for activities such as hiking, mountain biking, skiing and cross-country skiing.
The region is also full of historical and cultural treasures. Visitors can explore the many charming villages and towns, visit nearby museums and historical sites, and indulge in some mouth watering Italian food.
Overall, Antholz is a true gem of the Dolomites, offering endless possibilities for adventure, relaxation, and cultural exploration.
Rasen-Antholz, Dolomites, South Tyrol
alpine nature paradise
cultural and historical treasures
charming mountain villages
How can I expect the accommodation to look like? Is there a hot tube and sauna available?
Built with an unwavering attention to detail, the chalets offer a warm and inviting atmosphere. Cozy up by the open fireplace and immerse yourself in ultimate relaxation with a soak in the freestanding wellness tub or in the spring-fed hot pot on the terrace. Two elegantly appointed bedrooms offer a peaceful haven for up to five guests, ensuring a restful and memorable stay.
The master bedroom features breathtaking views of starry skies through its expansive windows. Slip into a state of pure relaxation as you gaze out at the twinkling stars, creating a serene and peaceful atmosphere every night of your stay.
Bask in the quiet ambience of your private sauna as you are surrounded by the calming scent of Finnish Swiss stone pine.
Each chalet is equipped with a beautiful kitchen with an electric hob, oven, dishwasher, wine cellar and coffee machine.
two floor “traditional chalet”; single story “natural chalet”
tastefully designed, modern architecture
open fireplace, Finnish Swiss stone pine sauna, freestanding wellness tub
private terrace with hot pot
© Tobias Kaser Photography
What type of cuisine or food can I look forward to? How is breakfast and dinner served?
Following the "20 km radius" concept, all dishes at Amus Chalets are expertly crafted using only the finest, locally sourced ingredients procured from trusted partners of the region. This not only guarantees impeccable taste, but also promotes the use of healthy, organic products.
Special dietary requirements are a top priority and the menu reflects it with a diverse selection of gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options that are not just alternatives, but a fundamental part of the gastronomic offerings. The kitchen is open every day, offering unparalleled all-round service.
Both breakfast and dinner are served in the comfort of one's chalet. A lunchtime selection of snacks and freshly prepared delicacies are also available in the cozy stube of the “nest”, as the hosts lovingly call the main building. And, for those seeking a truly memorable experience, private dinners prepared by the in-house chef in the chalet can be arranged several times a week.
The surrounding region of Antholz is also a culinary destination on its own, offering a variety of options to enjoy traditional South Tyrolean delicacies, pizzas and more. The host is on hand to recommend the perfect establishment to suit the occasion.
breakfast & dinner served directly in the chalet
gluten-free, vegetarian & vegan cuisine
wine cellar with fine wines
cozy “Stube” to enjoy lunch
What pursuits can I indulge in during my stay at the Amus Chalets?
The region of Antholz boasts a diverse landscape of towering peaks, lush valleys and sparkling lakes, all of which are perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you're a nature lover or an adrenaline seeker, you'll find perfect conditions for outdoor fun in the Dolomites, regardless of the season!
In the summer months, visitors can explore the vast network of hiking trails that lead to breathtaking summits, scenic meadows, and glistening alpine lakes. For those who prefer a more relaxed pace, South Tyrol also offers plenty of opportunities for leisurely strolls and bike rides. The region is home to a number of picturesque towns and villages, such as Bolzano, Merano, and Bressanone, each with their own unique charm and vibrance.
During the winter, Antholz transforms into a pure winter wonderland, attracting skiers from around the world to its slopes. The region is home to several ski resorts such as the Kronplatz, offering a variety of runs for all skill levels. The cross-country ski trails are well-maintained and provide breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Antholz is considered as one of the most prestigious and popular stops on the Biathlon World Cup circuit, with thousands of fans attending the event each year!
hiking, mountain biking, skiing and cross-country skiing
charming villages and towns
Biathlon Worldcup stop
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