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Hotel Chalet Tianes

Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
2492 from Kastelruth/Castelrotto center of

Single room with balcony
Single room (ca. 20 m²) with French size bed, shower, toilet, telephone, TV and balcony. The room can be booked as single or even as a "children's room" in the family suite.
Max up to 2 adults
Family suite with balcony
This family suite (ca. 50 - 60 m²) is ideal for more numerous families. It offers two separate bedrooms, one of which has a french size bed, two separate bathrooms with bathtub and /or shower and one living room.
Max up to 5 adults
From 105€/night/person
incl. VAT
Panorama double room with balcony
Cozy double room (ca. 31 m²) with living room area, balcony and with separate shower and WC/bidet. In part with four poster bed!
Max up to 2 adults
From 89€/night/person
incl. VAT
Spa Deluxe Suite with balcony
This roof floor suite (ca. 55 m²) offers a separate bed- and living room. We have also thought to put you a large bath tub in the living room for nice baths alone or also with your partner. On top of it you'll be able to relax your muscles and heat your core temperature in your private infrared cabin.
Max up to 3 adults
From 120€/night/person
incl. VAT
Comfort double room with balcony
Cosy Comfort double room (ca. 31 m²) with living room area, balcony with view on the Sciliar and WC/bidet separate from the bathroom. On availability it's possible to book the Comfort room also on the top floor with rooftop. There is a couch in the room that can be transformed into a french sized bed.
Max up to 3 adults
From 89€/night/person
incl. VAT
Romantic Suite with balcony
This Suite (ca. 40 m²) offers a large bed room - living room area and balcony. In part the balcony have view to Castelrotto. It has shower and bathtub and the WC/bidet is separate from the bathroom.
Max up to 4 adults
From 105€/night/person
incl. VAT
Total price:
(incl. VAT)
* Price does not include tourist tax


  • Motorbikes welcome
  • Cycling
  • Wellness
  • Dietary cuisine
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Vegetarian menu
  • Choice of menus possible
  • Snacks/Small dishes in-between

Hotel description

The newly built Hotel Chalet Tianes has been opened at the beginning of December 2010. It is built with all the new comforts and permits you to pass a pleasant and highly relaxing holiday in the Dolomites.

About the region

Welcome to a landscape of superlatives. A holiday in the Seiser Alm region, featuring the largest high-Alpine pasture in Europe, is a true highlight of any trip to South Tyrol/Südtirol. Enjoy breathtaking views of the South Tyrolean Dolomites, as well as numerous opportunities for adventure.

Thecable car makes exploring the region simple, allowing visitors to easily access the Seiser Alm plateau from Seis/Siusi. With its wide open spaces, Europe’s largest high-Alpine pasture features 365 Alpine farms and huts, and is a paradise for hikers, families with children and holidaymakers looking for action in winter or summertime. Fantastic views of Dolomite peaks abound including Sassolungo, Sassopiatto, Schlern and Rosengarten. Myriad legends, like those concerning King Laurin, are woven into the impressive landscape. On the high plateau and in the communities of Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Seis, Völs/Fiè and Tiers/Tires, experience and feel the farming traditions and the pride of the local people. In fact, even today in the Seiser Alm holiday region there are twice as many farmers as innkeepers. One of the region’s outstanding benefits is its proximity to both the capital city of Bolzano/Bozen, and Brixen/Bressanone. Each are just half an hour’s drive away. The Seiser Alm region offers numerous worthwhile sporting and cultural events year round.

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