Regional. Seasonal. Natural.

Where nature lands directly on the plate

Sustainable cuisine to fall in love with

Hotel Waldheim in Val di Fiemme/South Tyrol

The physical well-being of our guests is close to our hearts. This is why we only serve you the best that nature has to offer. As a nature hotel, we focus on cuisine made from regional produce, which if possible grows and thrives right on our doorstep. We call it "the 0 km principle". Meat from our own farm or local products. Herbs from our own garden. Vegetables from our own vegetable patch. Lupins from the meadows. Giancarlo and Matthias Zanol, senior and junior chefs, conjure up delicious South Tyrolean specialities as well as Italian classics that combine Mediterranean with Alpine cuisine.

Whether you’re a nature lover, in search of peace and quiet or a connoisseur of the finer things, Hotel Waldheim in the hiking village of Anterivo is the ideal holiday destination for you. It’s also perfect for those who want sustainable cuisine and want to taste and experience nature on their plate.

Our half-board

for pleasure seekers

At Hotel Waldheim you can look forward to a hearty breakfast buffet every morning that is the perfect start to your day in the mountains: homemade jams, delicious breads, South Tyrolean cheese, ham and bacon, muesli, yoghurt, various coffee specialities, fresh juices, teas and chocolate satisfy every want. In the evening, there is a salad and vegetable buffet where you can help yourself, followed by a 4-course menu. Choose between three different main courses (one of which is always vegetarian), rounded off with a delicious dessert brought to your table.

Naturhotel Waldheim

Once a week we organize a romantic 5 course candlelight dinner or a South Tyrolean evening.

In vino veritas

This wine… Here, we share our wisdom…

What makes a typical South Tyrolean delicacy or a good pasta? That's right, the right wine! For dinner at Hotel Waldheim, our wine cellar has a rich variety of fine wines. Perhaps you would like to try one from South Tyrol or Trentino?