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33 rooms from $200 per night

“Following an epic renovation, Greif succeeded in retaining its historic exterior and creating a timeless retro interior. Large rooms with views are filled with light and antiques. The Grifoncino bar attracts a crowd whilst a pool, spa and restaurant can be used at its sister hotel Parkhotel Laurin. ”

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“Following an epic renovation, Greif succeeded in retaining its historic exterior and creating a timeless retro interior. Large rooms with views are filled with light and antiques. The Grifoncino bar attracts a crowd whilst a pool, spa and restaurant can be used at its sister hotel Parkhotel Laurin. ”

Hotel Overview

“Amidst this mountain fresh air, Hotel Greif is a breath of fresh air. With far reaching views of The Dolomites, a UNESCO world heritage site, guests can enjoy the great outdoors with the benefits of modern, stylish creature comforts. The property has been in the same family since 1816, but after a radical renovation the eclectic decor reflects owner Franz Staffler's tasteful palette. Rooms are spacious (even the entry level features a living area) and fuss free. They focus on statement design pieces: hand-woven Iranian Gabbeh carpets, dark brown Wengé wood flooring, a grand piano and especially commissioned paintings by local artists; beds, sofas and windows are dressed with the finest Italian silks. Bathrooms are clad head to toe in marble and feature large baths and complimentary toiletries. Perks such as in room laptops show that this property is about more than just the design. Downstairs the Grifoncino Lounge Bar attracts locals with its trendy grotto feel, modern decor and inventive lighting. A buffet breakfast of local treats and delicacies as well as a continental spread is served daily whilst dinner at sister hotel, Parkhotel Laurin's popular restaurant, with its Italian-Austrian fusion cuisine, should be sampled. Plus its pool and spa is available for Greif guests to use. This hotel, set amongst the rugged beauty northern Italy, is an intoxicating blend of tradition, modernity and creativity.”

Facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • Towelling robes
  • Parking
  • Bar
  • Bicycles available
  • Borrow a bike and explore the surrounding countryside
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Meeting Room
  • No restaurant
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • With great views of the Dolomites where breakfast is served in warmer months
  • Child friendly
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Wifi
  • Free wifi

Activities

  • Learning
  • Go to the Archaeological Museum to see “Ötzi”, the 5.300 year-old “Man from the Glacier”
  • Sights nearby
  • Located right in Bolzano's main square so everything is close by. Maretsch Castle is only half a mile away
  • Close to nightlife
  • Right in the centre of town, close to all Bolzano's bars and restaurants

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33 rooms from $200 per night

Hotel Overview

Activities
  • Learning
  • Go to the Archaeological Museum to see “Ötzi”, the 5.300 year-old “Man from the Glacier”
  • Sights nearby
  • Located right in Bolzano's main square so everything is close by. Maretsch Castle is only half a mile away
  • Close to nightlife
  • Right in the centre of town, close to all Bolzano's bars and restaurants
Other highlights
  • Lively
  • Designer
  • No restaurant
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • With great views of the Dolomites where breakfast is served in warmer months
  • Owner managed
  • Views
  • Hills & mountains
  • Three cable cars whisk passengers up to cool elevations on the Ritten, Tschögglberg and Kohlern mountains in minutes
  • Quirky
  • Child friendly
  • Contemporary
  • Free wifi

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