Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Bolzano does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Hanny, a nice option for travelers like you.
Close to some of Bolzano's most popular landmarks, such as Castel Mareccio (0.7 mi) and Chiesa dei Francescani (0.8 mi), Hotel Hanny is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Hotel Hanny offer a flat screen TV, a sofa, and a desk providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A sun terrace is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. Free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Hanny, free parking is available.
While in Bolzano be sure to experience local doner kebab favorites at Pizza Pazza.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology (0.9 mi), Puez-Geisler Nature Park (0.9 mi), and Castel Roncolo - Schloss Runkelstein (0.4 mi), which are some popular Bolzano attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Hotel Hanny looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Bolzano.
We stayed 4 nights at Hanni hotel in bolzano and It is definitely the best hotel we stayed at in italy. Margot and her husband make you feel at home. Rooms are realy confortable with nice views on the montains. Excellent value for money. The scenary is great and if you look for peace and quiet, do not hesitate. Great home made diner and even greater breakfast. With bikes (for free) you will be in town in 5 minutes. Lots of cycle track. And of course, walk in the montains. Thanks for everything Catherine and Eric from France
This is an excellent hotel. Our room and bathroom were modern, spacious and clean. It is an extremely quiet hotel, as it is located on the crest of a hill on the outskirts of Bolzano, apart from the traffic of the city. The views from the hotel dining area and terrace of the Dolomites are very special. They are mesmerizing. The breakfast is lavish. Everything you can think of is available. Eggs are made to order. We stayed three days and had scrambled eggs with chives each day which were delicious. You can order several types of coffee. They even had a whole honey comb on one of the several buffet tables, which we had never run across at any restaurant. Parking is ample. Several people have commented about walking to the city. We are two 80-year-olds and had no problem walking down the very, short steep side road to the main street. From there one can walk along a leafy, pretty, tree-lined promenade, which runs parallel to the river - which by the way can not be seen when the trees and shrubbery are in bloom - to the bridge that leads into the center of the city. The Oezki Museum is just a few minutes walk form this intersection. It took us less than 25 minutes to walk from the hotel along the promenade to the museum. We highly recommend it. The hotel provides a list of restaurants in town. The two we tried were very good and moderately priced. Parking is a problem in town, but with patience and luck one can find a place not too far away. Please remember that in Italy blue-lined parking spots are not free; white-marked spots are. We did not walk to the restaurants. We drove using our GPS, which was not a problem. The streets are very narrow. one-way sometimes, and confusing. It would have been a challenge without our GPS. We found it a treat to stay at this hotel and highly recommend it for a relaxing, comfortable stay. The beauty of the views cannot be overstated.…
Stayed recently with 3 friends.Fairly small family run hotel.Situated in a very picturesque valley on the outskirts of Bolzano.Spotlessly clean pleasant rooms with balconies.Surrounded by vinyards,one of which belongs to the hotel which makes its own wine,again highly recommended. Also excellent food if you choose to eat at the hotel in the evening.Breakfast is more than adequate. Bolzano is of course famous for the iceman.There are also 3 different cable cars which go into the surrounding hills and mountains from Bolzano.You can drive up into the high Dolomites. It is probably about a twenty minute walk into Bolzano centre from the hotel but having a car is recommended for getting about.
Although a little off the beaten track, this hotel was a gem. It is tucked away on a hillside overlooking vineyards and mountains, very nice views! It is located about a 20-25-minute walk along the river from the center of Bolzano. There is nothing in the near vicinity, but the hotel has a restaurant open to guests only. We stayed for three nights and had dinner there all three nights. Good food, well cooked by the owner, but could do with some extra trimmings, eg sauce. Nevertheless, it tasted good and it was very convenient to be able to have dinner at the hotel. The room was exceptionally clean and spacious. Rather hard bed, but having stayed in a number of hotels in Germany and Italy, I think that is standard. We had a beautiful balcony overlooking the vineyards with a table and two chairs. There is a lift in the building. There was a fridge on the landing (3rd floor) with beer, soft drinks and wine. There is a form that you fill out and present upon check-out which we thought was a nice touch. Free parking just outside. The breakfast buffet was outstanding! Beautifully displayed, with everything you could think of and more. Plenty of choices. All in all, we were very happy with our stay, very nice and friendly host and hostess. The only drawback is the location and the very steep hill you have to walk up to the hotel when coming back, but on the other hand the surroundings are beautiful and very quiet.…
If I had run a hotel management school, I would have asked the Hotel Hanny’s owners to teach there. This place for me was not just about how good everything was, but more about how much love the family puts into the business and how it shows in very detail. This is not a place with luxurious rooms – but honestly, I would not want to be anywhere else without the ambiance and services of the Hotel Hanny. (Or the wine from their own vineyard). It was not just a stay but an experience - everyday, starting with an amazing view over the slopes and followed by an unbelievable breakfast (among many things offered, their own homemade jams) – and ending at night with an amazing dinner, with their own wine. My only regret? At the check-out I bought only 2 jars of their delicious jam. What was I thinking?…