What we think
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Elevating the mountain hotel experience, Forestis is a place of calm, coolness and cloud nine luxury at altitude. This boutique hotel places guests at 1800m, high up in the UNESCO listed Dolomites, meaning you have breathtaking views everywhere you turn. Rise early for Wyda Yoga and herbal teas. Watch the sun set over the summit from the restaurant, where tables are all positioned to face the glass wall, creating a cinema screen where Mother Nature is the star. Or spend hour upon hour simply gazing at the view from your glass walled suite that puts your bedroom in line with the treetops and mountain peaks. Echoing the landscape outside, Forestis suites blur the line between inside and out. Light wooden tones, mellow shades and stone craftsmanship are all reflections of the hotel setting, while carafes of Plose mountain spring water are a reminder that nature influences every element of this luxury hotel. The Forest Cuisine concept at the restaurant shines a spotlight on seasonal forest and valley ingredients, while the spa puts natural beauty centre stage. Here, you can swim laps in the mountaintop infinity pool, dip into forest salt baths and embark on a Tree Circle Ceremony. For many, this is peak activity level. But Forestis is designed to invite the outside in, and the inside out. Explore the forest in spring with a gentle walk, or swap snowdrops for snowshoes when winter brings flurries and South Tyrol becomes ski territory. The hotel will happily guide you on sunrise hikes and lend you wooden boats for sailing across Pragser Wildsee. Forestis is a Small Luxury Hotels of the World property.
Restaurants & Bars
The Restaurant - blends old-established traditions with the creativity of modern cooking using local ingredients
The Bar - offers creative cocktails using essences from the surrounding forests, such as herbs, nuts, and berries, as well as shrubs, barks, and fir needles