My Arbor
Bressanone, South Tyrol, Dolomites, Italy

My Arbor

My Arbor is a tree hotel, built on stilts, high up in the tops of the surrounding trees. A refuge on the tree-covered mountainside of the Plose, in the middle of nature and just 10 minutes from Brixen (Bressanone) in South Tyrol. As the hotel name suggests, the My Idea plays an essential role. My Arbor guests are invited to find what often comes up short in hectic everyday life: time for themselves and the greatest possible freedom for their own rhythm. Guests can design their time individually: Breakfast until noon. Swimming after sunset. Yoga or hiking. Massage or skiing. Culture in the bishop's town of Brixen. Biking or shopping.

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hotel Guide


  • 104 suites from 38 m² - 100 m², all with balconies and panoramic views into the valley. Nest Suite 38m², Hangout Suite 48m², Treetop Suite 100m².
  • Bedrooms with luxury box spring beds, Flat-screen TV, and free WiFi.
  • Concierge Service.


  • My Arbor, my tree. The name of the hotel is full of meaning. A tree with strong roots, firmly anchored in nature and history - and yet open to the world. A tree that survives wind and weather as well as time and trends. A natural retreat that gives its guests a sense of security and safety. Living and sleeping in a soft nest in the treetops. My Arbor guests are invited to find there what often comes up short in hectic everyday life: time for arriving, time for being, time for the surrounding nature, time for oneself. This time can be shaped individually; in keeping with the My idea of My Arbor, every guest will find the answer to their own personal needs. Holidays without constraints with the greatest possible freedom for the guest's own rhythm. Breakfast until noon. Swimming after sunset. Yoga or hiking. Massage or skiing. Culture in the bishop's town of Brixen. Biking or shopping. The I may simply be I. At the tree hotel on the Plose.

Wellness & Spa

  • The in-house Spa Arboris is a 2,500 m² oasis of calm with infinity pool (indoor and outdoor), 10 treatment rooms, sauna area including 5 saunas (A real highlight for guests at My Arbor are the show sauna infusions. At least four of them take place every day), cold-water pool, jacuzzi, various relaxing areas and 10 outdoor relaxation rooms. Spa treatments are based on local trees and plants utilizing their beneficial effect on body, mind and soul. Traditional Ayurveda treatments and packages are also on offer for those who want to experience more profound healing.

  • One of the Spa's signature treatments is Arboris Tree Ritual which utilizes the healing effects of the four Arboris trees – larch, Swiss pine, mountain pine, and spruce, and includes: perfumed full-body peel; private sauna time; Arboris massage followed by relaxation time.

Wine & Dine

  • Breakfast is offered until noon. Guests choose their own table at breakfast - sometimes at the panorama window, sometimes secluded. With a view of the forest or the other guests
  • In the afternoon, guests can order something light from the club menu in the lounge.
  • For dinner, guests are inspired by the five courses on chef Matthias Hinteregger's suggested menu or choose something from the "Evergreens" menu. Traditional South Tyrolean cuisine is combined with creative dishes from all over the world and typical Italian dishes. Prepared only from the best and freshest ingredients. Dinner is a feast not only for the palate, but also for the eye.
  • Wine Cellar: Next to the spa reception, guests can choose their wine accompaniment for dinner. Mehmet Kaplan, sommelier at My Arbor, and Patrick Lanziner, service manager and beer sommelier, are both wine connoisseurs & lovers and will guide through the wine tasting.


  • Rates start at EUR 396 per night including half board. The hotel is open year-round and an adult-only property.
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Local Guide

Location & Setting

  • The hotel is a few minutes from Brixen (Bressanone), which is located in the north of South Tyrol and is the convincing symbiosis of the oldest town in Tyrol with its rustic alleys and a lively town center. Brixen’s cultural scene is both creative and exciting, with unique exhibitions and cultural tours. Art, culture and history have an important role in the old town of Brixen. Brixen’s old town offers an exciting arc between joie de vivre and contemplation. The cathedral square, unique in the Alps, the numerous sacred buildings, arcades, museums, craft traditions and archaeological gems invite to be discovered - as well as modern cafés and excellent restaurants, attractive shops and entertaining events.


  • In summer, the Plose near Brixen is one of the most beautiful "highlights" of South Tyrol with an impressive panorama of the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites and the peaks of the Zillertal and Sarntal Alps. A mountain with hiking and walking trails, summit climbs with guaranteed views, freeride bike trails and mountain carts.
  • In winter, the mountain transforms into a modern skiing area between the Dolomites and the Sarntal Alps, ideal for winter hiking, sledding, and of course skiing. The Plose has the longest valley run in South Tyrol with the 9 km long Trametsch. Modern mountain cable cars quickly take guests up to 2,500 m in summer and winter. Romantic mountain huts invite to stop for a bite to eat.

When to Go

  • My Arbor is a perfect all-year-round destination with over 300 days of sunshine per year from where one can explore South Tyrol and enjoy everything this beautiful region has to offer during different seasons; alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, and sledding in winter; hiking and biking in autumn, spring and summer, swimming in local lakes, attending local cultural events, tasting world-class white wine in local wineries, and experiencing Alpine and Mediterranean culture.

Annual Christmas Light & Music show (24.11.2023 - 07.01.2024)

  • Every year, South Tyrol's oldest town Brixen elevates holiday enchantment by pairing the authentic Xmas market with the one-of-a-kind light&music show in the courtyard of a 13th cent palace, crafted by the internationally acclaimed French light artists Spectaculaires. The ancient walls of the palace burst into life with the kaleidoscope of colours, imagery and music taking you into a fantasy world. This year's “COLORS. A Homage to Peace” Brixen annual Light & Music show takes the audience on a multi-coloured musical journey between dream and reality through the different seasons of human life and the different continents of the planet. Musical highlights will be provided by a children's peace choir, consisting of young singers from all twin towns of Brixen.

How to Get There

  • The closest international airport is Innsbruck, a 1 1/2 hour drive away, where flights arrive direct from major cities in Europe. But if you’re flying from within Italy, or Berlin, Dusseldorf, or Ibiza, you can catch a seasonal SkyAlps flight to Bolzano Airport – a 50-minute drive away,
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