Seniors Hotel Monte Pana – Entertaining seniors holidays in South Tyrol

The senior citizens of today no longer to spend their days solving crossword puzzles and occasionally babysitting their grandchildren. The pensioners enjoy life and retirement, and simply love discovery travels to unknown destinations. Leisure activities of different types determine the daily routine of the elderly. Hiking and biking are on the holiday programme, just like swimming, cross-country skiing and sightseeing tours. Therefore, the fantastic mountain regions of South Tyrol enjoy great popularity among senior citizens. At the Seniors Hotel Monte Pana in S. Cristina, the hosts have adapted to the needs of elderly holiday guests.

Entertaining seniors holidays in South Tyrol

Great comfort in elegant rooms

The Seniors Hotel Monte Pana in S. Cristina offers a stunning mountain panorama, elegant rooms and suites, and a beautifully designed spa area. It combines the advantages of a comfortable accommodation with the amenities of a modern 4-star hotel. In the hotel restaurant you will be spoiled by the kitchen chef with alpine specialties, while the tastefully decorated spa guarantees relaxing hours in the sauna and in the well-tempered indoor swimming pool. Pamper yourself with massages and fango packs, and indulge in a sophisticated cosmetic treatment in the beauty area.

Great comfort in elegant rooms

Seniors holidays in South Tyrol: Leisure activities in high-alpine scenery

As a starting point for a great variety of different activities in the mountains of the Dolomites, the Seniors Hotel Monte Pana offers the ideal location. Beautiful hiking trails into the pristine mountains lead right past the house. With the orbit cable car in Ortisei, in only a few minutes you may reach the marvellous Alpe di Siusi. A leisurely stroll through the picturesque South Tyrolean village of Santa Cristina takes you to the Baroque parish church featuring the largest nativity scene in the world, exhibiting larger than life wooden figures. Take a walk through the winding streets of the medieval old town of Bressanone, and in the South Tyrolean capital of Bolzano, you have the opportunity to admire the glacier mummy “Ötzi” in the Archaeological Museum.