This is a very attractive hotel with a slightly old-fashioned feel, which is all to the good in my opinion. The rooms are comfortable and vary in size, some being more like suites than mere bedrooms, and many having a mountain view - the mountains around this valley really are beautiful and the back of the hotel looks out over meadows to some of the most attractive of the peaks. The food in the restaurant is good, with a choice of main course and an extensive buffet to start with, and the service is really excellent. The staff are very friendly and helpful, and the husband and wife couple who run the hotel make everyone feel very welcome. Be warned though that they only speak a little English, so German or Italian are useful - and the same goes for the rest of the village. The hotel is well situated down a quiet road in Moos and yet close to shops. It's only a short walk to a large playground and wooded area, and the other village in the valley, Sexten, is about 20 minutes' walk away. Although this is Italy, don't forget that this valley used to belong to Austria, and the native language is German. It still retains a Tyrolean feel and this is reinforced in the hotel when the lady of the house wears an attractive dirndl in the evenings - and the restaurant staff also do so on some nights.
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