The stand-out feature of this double room dedicated to legendary mountaineer Paul Preuss is the elegant bathroom where one wall has been turned into an indoor climbing wall, making it a bathroom unlike any other in the world! The room is not the most spacious but the thrill of staying there will certainly make for a unique holiday experience. An intimate and refined atmosphere created by the reddish lights in a tribute to the vibrant sunsets in the Dolomites. On the bed lies a vintage wool blanket, decorated with edelweiss flowers, the gateway to your dreams.
The exposed beams of the attic ceiling are made from pine and the fragrance will be a feature of your stay. When you return from your days out in the open air to your warm, cosy room you can make your choice from the pillow and herbal tea menus. A unique bathroom: a full-height bathroom with a wooden structure all the way to the ceiling which encloses the shower cubicle. The 4-metre high rear wall is covered with resin-coated panels on which climbing holds have been attached, a world first!
Between 1907 and 1913, Preuss achieved numerous mountaineering feats and became one of the leading mountaineers of the era. In addition, he became notorious for his beliefs and approaches that went against the prevailing spirit of mountaineering at the time. Indeed, he was a controversial figure among his contemporaries.