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“Spectacular view over thé mountaineering, and best sauna experience ever in ny life!”

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Cyprianerhof Dolomit Resort
Ranked #1 of 7 Hotels in Tiers
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Reviewed July 4, 2013

I Will return go this cool Place with my girlfriend sometime! Great Place and not too expensive... De got a double bed Room where thé soda sås Turner Into two extra beds also very comfortable!
The sauna and spa section is Amazing, Three very Nice and different types or sauna, and i like thé gender mix, no fuzzing arround .
Thé outside pool is great go swim in arter a crosstrainer session or June in thé mountains. The included lunch, Three dish dinner of choice and breakfeast sås thé best ive had! Lastly this Place has a spectacular view over thé dolomite mountains

  • Stayed: June 2013
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Reviewed March 17, 2013

We were looking for a place where we could rest after a few months of long working days. We stayed at Cyprianerhof for 4 nights in March 2013 in a Alpina Vajolet room. We absolutely loved it. The room was very nice, in particular the spacious bathroom and the view. We stayed there on a 3/4 basis and the food was excellent, with breakfast, afternoon teal and 6 courses dinner. We also enjoyed the daily snow shoe guided hikes. We stongly recommend this hotel for a relaxing holiday.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 17, 2013

We visited the village of San Zyprian in 2008 and loved it. Returning in 2009 with a group of 14 persons we decided to stay at this hotel and found it amazing. Great food, helpful staff, fantastic location, lovely spa and pool. Perfect breakfast!
Since then we've recommended it to friends and probably 100 of them have now stayed at Cyprianerhof and come back raving about how great it is. Two of them had really tried to find something they could complain about and only found one small detail. The coffee was good but not great...

Room Tip: Alpinea Violet are really nice rooms
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  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed September 30, 2012

We stayed here for 7 nights in September 2012, in a medium price King Laurin room overlooking the Rosengarten mountains beyond the swimming pool. The best things about this hotel are the excellent food, the service and superb location. We stayed on a 3/4 basis, with breakfast, afternoon tea and 6 course dinner. We generally didn't bother with - or need lunch, although a packed lunch can be provided if you go walking. The hotel is located in the Tiers Valley, east of Bolzano and well served by SAD buses which run back and forth. It is 25 minutes or so to the head of the valley and a little longer to Bolzano. Many of the guests have cars but most use the buses to access walks and climbs. We arrived by train via Venice and Verona - 2.5 hours in total plus a minibus transfer courtesy of the hotel (45 euros).
Nearly all of the guests at this hotel - and all bar us during our stay- are German, and the walking guides also are German and not English speaking. Generally, we used other guests as interpreters ! There are organised walks into the mountains every day bar Saturday and there are also organised climbing and via Ferrata trips. We also made up our own unguided trips. The walking is generally quite tough, for example our first guided walk was a 20km trip with only short breaks. Most guests want to get back to the hotel for tea and cake at 4 o'clock ! Dinner is taken between 7 and 8 pm, a choice of between 2 or 3 items for each course. We found all of the food to be delicious and the wine is not over expensive at 20-30 euros a bottle for excellent local wine.
We didn't make much use of the spa facilities as we were too busy walking, but there is a nice indoor / outdoor pool, with plenty of sunloungers, although it is a little cool for sunbathing in September. Walking kit is also available to borrow (free) so you don't need to take walking poles or even rucksacs.
Overall a great place to stay if your main aim is to walk or climb in the Dolomites. If you want a spa break, I suspect you would be better off at a purpose built facility elsewhere. In terms of food, comfort and extremely friendly service, this is probably the best hotel we have ever stayed at and we can't wait to come back.

Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 9, 2012

We stayed here for a week during our honeymoon in July this year and had the most fantastic time. Our room was beautiful, the food was absolutely delicious (and so much of it!) - completely different every day, and hiking in the area was fantastic. We did some hiking on our own and joined some of the hotel-led tours. There were hikes for all levels and everything is really well-signed. The spa was great - a mix of saunas and steam room. The staff were really friendly - we don't speak German/Italian and they weren't all English speakers but there was always someone around who could speak English and help, and the staff that could speak English made an effort to translate things like the introduction of the programme to us. There were loads of nice touches in the hotel. We're already planning a return visit next summer.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 19, 2011

This is a great hotel and the scenery is amazing. We are already missing the mountains and the alpine paths, and vow to be back. Most of the staff are incredibly friendly and helpful. A special mention to Martin, Laura, Petra, Andreas and all the girls that work in the spa! It isn't cheap but you get what you pay for. We had a few treatments too which were lovely. This was the first hotel I stayed at where I did not get bored every night eating in the restaurant. The food is great with plenty of choices. I didn't even mind that most mornings we had to choose what we wanted from the evening menu. Dinner starts at 7.00pm and you are expected to be there by 8.00pm. To be fair we were late a few times and no-one seemed to mind. We arrived at midnight on the first night and we were still fed and watered (to a less lavish extent, but it was welcome, nonetheless)! We had 3/4 gourmet board, which includes a tea and cake break from 3-5 which is when most of the serious hikers come back from their walks. Usually there is a hot dish, such as soup and pasta, bread etc.. We had two different rooms (because our first choice room wasn't available for the whole stay, as we'd left it a bit late to book). Our first room (a Vajolet room) on the third floor overlooking the stunning Rosengarten mountain range and pool was great. Spacious and a great shower. I do think that better quality toiletries ought to be provided, and the towels are pretty awful. Plentiful but pretty cheap feeling - not nice and large and fluffy. You do get bathrobes, slippers and towels for the loungers by the pool, which is good - it was a bit of a shame that there don't seem to be enough loungers to go around, but we luckily always managed to bag two. Our second room was marginally cheaper, smaller, not as nice, but adequate. This was a Laurin room .The pillows were dreadful in this second room, and the air con didn't seem to work - to be fair though we didn't complain, mainly because we were having such a good time, we always forgot to! I am sure the team at the Cyprianerhof would have fixed these things if we had mentioned it. The cleaning service is good, very efficient. About the food: it's healthy with loads of choice. The breakfast choice includes loads of different cereals, nuts, seeds, oats, cranberries, raisins, sultanas, different types of milk: including lactose free and soya milk.. there's even lactose free butter. At dinner you get 5 or 6 courses, but the portions are small, so you don't feel like you're pigging out. But if you do like your food, the dessert buffet will keep you happy. We were lucky with our table (you keep the same one throughout your stay), by the window in the room with all the glass, although we did share our table with some rather interesting insects every night, as we were near the only open window. We had a view out onto the pool and were entertained each night by a pair of white wagtails that were nesting in the eves of the building. These birds were very tame, and it was great to watch them during the day too as they swooped right in front of you when you were in the pool, catching insects to feed their young. There is WIFI access which you pay for, but you only get it in the bar. It would be useful if it was a) free and b) accessible in the rooms. There are lots of great walks here. There are also guided hikes and various classes like sun salutation yoga, aqua aerobics (although this didn't seem to happen when we were there), a mountain bike trip - although we were told by reception it wasn't going to happen, only to find out from a fellow hiker a few days later that he and his family had been on it!) instructions on health and beauty, but these were mostly conducted in german or italian, so for us it was pretty limited. There is a gym, which I enjoyed using would have ben nice to have been shown how to use the stretching machine, and the resistance on the stationery bike does not seem to work! We had one scary experience when we decided to get a chairlift down to the Rosengarten hut from the Fromer hut. On the way down it started pouring with rain. Once we got to the bottom, we needed to get back up to catch the last bus back to the hotel at 5.46 as we had walked and now it was p***ing it down! However the cable car kept stopping and really thought we would be stranded up there. everytime there was thunder the chairlift stopped moving and we were just left hanging there... eventually we got back and by then we had missed the bus by one minute! The Fromer hotel kindly arranged a taxi back for us, but the taxi driver really ripped us off... 30 euros for a ten minute drive! I think he saw us coming.... we did a couple of day trips, one day to Verona, which was fun and one day to Malcesine, Lake Garda. I was surprised that this time round I thought Malcesine really sucked, as it seemed tacky and over populated with tourists... I could not wait to get back to the beauty and sheer vastness of the Southern Tyrol... where you can walk for hours without seeing a soul. ... but I did see a peregine falcon, a nutcracker, two ring ouzels, black redstarts, a scarlet rosefinch and a honey buzzard, if you're interested!

The hotel is on a serious hill, and next time I want to take my Bianchi bike as I would have loved to have ridden it there. The basement of the hotel has a room where you can safely leave your bike. My hubby went on various runs up and down to Tiers. Great hill training... we both came back happier and fitter! Looking forward to returning in the winter time, for some skiing and snow-shoeing.

Room Tip: Go for a Vajolet room upwards!
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  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 15, 2011

We had a 'Schlern' room reserved that was on the ground floor looking out the back of the hotel from a balcony on the mountains. Not much of a view, if you are on ground level. So, if you book and you really want a view a) ask for rooms on 2nd or 3rd floor or b) book the Rosengarten view rooms that cost a bit more.

All other services are spotless and well worth 4 stars: starting from a great breakfast with lots of variety and lavish dinners that are served. Try to get a table in the new dinner room that has walls of glass and thus a view on the Rosengarten. The afternoon Jause is also worth mentioning as you might return from a hike and there is always a nice snack waiting, great idea!

What definitely has to be mentioned is that ALL staff are really taking a big effort in this hotel and they always greet, smile and help you with anything.
The program of the day includes activities around the spa and often a hiking or mountain bike tour. If you like to meet other fellow hikers, this is the way to get in touch (also any type of equipment and hiking ideas etc. are available).
Do not miss the daily Aufguss in the sauna which is also worth mentioning as they use different flavors etc. every day. The pool is also nicely situated, so you can look at the Rosengarten while swimming, if it is not covered by clouds...

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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Address: St.-Zyprian-Strasse 69, 39050 Tiers, Italy
Location: Italy > Trentino-Alto Adige > Province of Trento > Tiers
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Ski-In / Ski-Out Spa Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Ranked #1 of 7 Hotels in Tiers
Price Range: $105 - $234 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Cyprianerhof Dolomit Resort 5*
Number of rooms: 80
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Cyprianerhof Dolomit Resort ****S sits immersed in the wonderful scenery of the Catinaccio/Rosengarten mountains, in the heart of the Dolomites, and offers the perfect conditions to spend a relaxing holiday at one with nature. The scent of local pinewood and the large glass fronts - which give the impression of being out in the green - contribute to create a pleasant atmosphere. The Cyprianerhof Dolomit Resort, refurbished in the summer of 2016, is also the ideal starting point to discover the Dolomites and the Sciliar/Schlern-Catinaccio/Rosengarten Nature Park. After an exciting day in the mountains, you can relax in the hotel's spa area sitting back in the cosy rest zones, enjoying a refreshing dip in the natural pool or cleansing your body with a wholesome sauna. In the evenings, we will take you to a culinary journey into the scrumptious world of South Tyrolean specialties and Mediterranean delicacies. ... more   less 

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