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hotel Guide


  • All of the 43 rooms are designed differently, which makes every room special. Be it by the window view, the vaults, the room height, the size etc. The interior design is minimalistic and bright, natural materials and colours are applied. All the rooms offer air conditioning, a box-spring bed, a rain shower, a hairdryer, Vitalis® care products, a safe, flatscreen TV and a minibar with a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

What's the Story

  • The house with the land register number 1 of Brixen looks back on more than 500 years of history. As a transit country, South Tyrol was a stopover for most travelers on their way to Rome. The former "Goldener Adler" hosted illustrious guests such as Michel de Montagne, Emperor Maximilian I and Cosimo de' Medici.

Wellness & Spa

  • After a city stroll, a hike or a ski day the perfect place to regenerate is the ADLER Spa. The Finnish sauna and the steam bath found their place in the vault rooms, just like the gym. In addition to the relaxing area, the heated rooftop pool is one of the highlights of the hotel.

Wine & Dine

  • The breakfast with mostly regional products offers the perfect start in the morning.
  • Besides the ADLER, Christoph and Silvana also own the restaurants 'Finsterwirt' and 'Vitis' in the sixth generation. The Finsterwirt is one of the first and best-known restaurants in Brixen. The focus of the kitchen lies on regional products. On the ground floor of Finsterwirt, the wine restaurant Vitis offers more than 400 wine labels.
  • The ADLER Tagesbar is the meeting point for hotel guests and local people and serves coffee, cake, aperitifs and snacks.


  • Casual South Tyrolean attire.


  • Rates start at EUR 340 per room and night.
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Local Guide

Location & Activities

  • Brixen is the oldest town of South Tyrol, it’s a cathedral city and cultural center. Centuries-old buildings and modern architectural monuments build the town, history and contemporary design can be experienced. The cultural scene in Brixen is imaginative and exciting with exhibitions and theatrical city tours. Hospitality is the way of life in Brixen; South Tyrolean tradition mixed with future thinking. The surroundings of Brixen invite to hike, bike and ski. 427 kilometres of hiking trails lead from the city to the mountains. Skiing on the sun-kissed slopes of the Plose with a view on the Dolomites World Heritage Site.

When to Go

  • South Tyrol is an all-year-round destination with almost 2000 hours of sunshine a year.

How to Get There

  • By car: The journey is very easy via the Brenner motorway southbound, exit Brixen Nord, coming from south exit Klausen and then a few minutes to check-in at the ADLER Historic Guesthouse. The car will be parked in a private garage. An ABL charging station is provided.
  • By train: From Brixen railway station it’s a 15 minutes walk or 5 minutes taxi ride.
  • By air: The nearest airports are Bolzano, Verona, Innsbruck, Munich, Milan and Venice. A shuttle can be organized.
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