The views of this UNESCO heritage site area from the hotel are breath-taking. Our guests are in the privileged position of being able to enjoy these natural wonders from the total comfort of the their own terraces.
In Seville, Spain on 26 June 2009, the 33rd meeting of UNESCO's World Heritage committee inscribed the Dolomites in the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage List, citing the beauty of the Dolomites' landscape and the unique geological and geomorphological significance of these mountains.
UNESCO inscribed nine mountain ranges – a representative selection of the Dolomites – on the list of "serial world heritage properties." The term "serial" here means that although the mountain regions are physically separate entities, they represent a unified whole from the standpoint of their landscapes, geology, and geomorphology.
The around 142,000 hectare areas encompass Bozen-Südtirol / Bolzano –Alto Adige, Trento, Belluno, Pordenone and Udine provinces. The World Heritage Sites in South Tyrol are Drei Zinnen / Tre Cime, Fanes-Sennes-Prags / Fanes-Sennes-Braies, Puez-Geisler / Puez-Odle, and Schlern-Rosengarten / Sciliar-Catinaccio nature parks, the Latemar mountain range, and Bletterbach river gorge natural monument.