Holidays in South Tyrol without a car

The most beautiful places in the Alps can be reached only by feet. We love our wonderful home, therefore we would like to make an important contribution to relieving the strain on our environment and offer you a car-free vacation. Whether with the free ski bus to the ski slope or directly from the hotel to your next hiking adventure to the most remote places, thanks to the Guest Pass you can use the public transport network throughout South Tyrol free of charge.

 

Our service

  • Pick-up at the train station Olang/Antholz (2 km from the hotel) if you arrive by train on the arrival day (pre-registration 48h before arrival; costs: € 15,00).
  • Alternative transfer by public bus connection directly to our hotel. Take the number 431 to the bus stop "Jockile Stöckl"
  • At check-in every guest receives the Guest Pass which allows you to use public transport in South Tyrol free of charge (bus and regional trains). Private gondola lifts (all ski areas in the Pustertal Valley) are not free. Private bus connections (for example to Tre Cime di Lavaredo or Lago di Braies) are not free of charge.
  • Bus stop in front of the hotel (with direct connection to the Pustertal Valley train line).
  • Non-free connections can be purchased for a fee, so that all highlights can be reached by public transport and mountain railways.
  • With our hotel app/mobile website, all important public transport connections can be called up live and free of charge. Click here
  • Possible taxi services to starting points for activities, sights and events can be organized directly via the hotel reception (Fee).
  • Various excursions (mainly hikes in summer) are organized free of charge with our hotel shuttle (dogs do not have access to the shuttle).
  • Transfer from the hotel to the train station Olang / Antholz on departure day (pre-registration; costs: € 15,00).
  • Alternative transfer by bus directly from the hotel to the train station. Take the bus line number 431.

 

Man gets on the bus
Hiking in the Puster Valley
Family get on bus