The Hotel Weisses Kreuz is in a land that marches to the beat of a different drum. Quieter, calmer. You’ll need to look elsewhere if you want dazzling spectacles and flashy entertainment. We have other priorities: Pure relaxation. Heartfelt hospitality. Fine food and drink. The experience of nature. Zest for life. For decades, our hotel has been synonymous with relaxing holidays in South Tyrol. A refuge for anyone looking for a truly unique hotel in South Tyrol. The Hotel Weisses Kreuz and the Mansion zum Löwen exude history. You’ll find traces of history everywhere you look: Ancient Roman roads, gothic parlours and Renaissance-era rooms. A one-of-a-kind place, looked after with care, devotion and dedication.
A blend of the historical and the modern in Hotel Weisses Kreuz will see to it that you enjoy your relaxing South Tyrol holiday to the fullest. Culinary delicacies and fine wines will delight your taste buds. Hand-picked spa treatments and natural South Tyrolean-sourced health and beauty products will indulge all your senses, whilst our pools and saunas will lift your spirits to another realm. Stylishly decorated rooms and suites and truly one-of-a-kind settings ensure unforgettable holiday memories. Upper Venosta Valley’s unique landscape is the perfect backdrop to our distinguished hotel in South Tyrol. Burgeis/Burgusio is a summer and winter dream destination, offering a wealth of cultural highlights and natural treasures – seemingly hand-crafted for your holiday in South Tyrol.
It is the history, the surroundings and, above all, the people that make the Hotel Weisses Kreuz what it is. Being committed hosts, we know exactly how vital it is that you are able to take a break from everyday life. Which is why we’d very much look forward to welcoming you in the unique atmosphere provided by our historical buildings set amidst the exceptionally beautiful natural backdrop of Venosta Valley. Many an unforgettable and delightful story has been written here already. Perhaps the next will be yours.
Yours faithfully, The Theiner family