The South Tyrol steps into the spotlight

The north Italian region’s hotel scene is in rude health, with a sleek Adler lodge offering bracing wellness activities galore

The light-filled rooms at Adler Lodge Ritten in the South Tyrol are made of sustainably sourced spruce
The light-filled rooms at Adler Lodge Ritten in the South Tyrol are made of sustainably sourced spruce

It’s one of Italy’s less-sung summer destinations, but with lots going on in the South Tyrol in 2019 that could well change. The Adler micro-chain of fine spa resorts and lodges, which spans the north of Italy from the Dolomites to Tuscany’s Bagno Vignoni thermal spas, is just now opening its fifth property right here.

Adler Lodge Ritten (adler-resorts.com; from €912 per person for three nights) promises wellness of the active, fresh-mountain-air variety, with hikes and forest yoga abounding. The rooms – 20 suites in the main lodge and 20 chalets (four with family accommodation), constructed of sustainably sourced spruce and saturated with natural light pouring through floor-to-cathedral ceiling windows – appeal in their sleek simplicity.

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