Ideal for Groups and Associations
Group bookings in the Pustertal Valley
The Hotel Elisabeth offers typical Tyrolean hospitality and holiday enjoyment in a pristine natural setting. Our in-house facilities include comfortable single, double and multiple-bed rooms, a typical Tyrolean Stube, a spa and a four-lane bowling alley. With us, you can be sure that your group vacation will be much more than just another holiday.
Just outside the hotel, there’s a world to discover, including hiking in the majestic Dolomites, snow skiing on the Plan de Corones, thrills and spills at the Kronaction Adventure Park and, weather permitting, splashing about in the crystalline waters of the Issinger Weiher lake. Those interested in local history and culture can pay a visit to the Folclore Museum in Theodone, the Civic Museum in Brunico or some of the handicraft workshops of the Pustertal Valley.
Excuse the pun, but there aren’t many motorcyclists who haven’t been seduced by the curves … of our smooth roads! Add to this the consistently stunning views and picture postcard villages, and ... well, all you have to do is saddle up and hit the throttle. You’ll arrive at an idyllic haven in the heart of the Pustertal Valley, where the Hotel Elisabeth is situated. From here, the roads lead through the mountain valleys, including the Antholzertal Valley, the Staller Sattel mountain pass, the East Tyrolean Mountains and the turquoise-coloured Pragser Wildsee lake. All are well worth visiting on your next motorcycle trip to the Pustertal Valley!
At certain times of the year, sports teams and groups on workouts and retreats sojourn at the Hotel Elisabeth in Chienes in preparation for their championships or just to train. We’re conveniently situated just 10 km from the ski lifts going up to the Alpine and cross-country skiing paradise; the Plan de Corones sports area. We’re also just a 15 min drive away from the nearby town of Brunico, with numerous sporting facilities and sporting events. Nearby Chienes offers indoor sports, gyms, soccer & mini-football fields as well as tennis courts. At the end of a day in the outdoors or training, there’s the spa to look forward to – in order to unwind and regenerate. The sauna and jacuzzi help tired muscles to relax and regenerate.
The Törggele Autumn
In autumn, the Pustertal Valley is transformed into a sea of red and golden-coloured hues. At the end of the picking and harvesting season it’s time to celebrate this rich, natural bounty. The Törggelen is an age-old local tradition that repeats itself year upon year. Roast chestnuts, delicious jam doughnuts, chestnuts and poppy seeds accompany the sumptuous Tyrolean platters that grace the tables on local farms and in the barns. Copious amounts of sweet grape must flow from jugs as the new wine is toasted. Autumn in Chienes and throughout the Pustertal Valley is a time of festivities.