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Dear friends and guests of our small Bella Vista Hotel!

This winter the ski slopes are waiting for us!!! We can finally enjoy the snow-covered mountains again, admire the sunset from the summit and then ski down to the valley. A little break in the ski huts and then continue skiing until our legs can't take it anymore. Winter in South Tyrol is all about safety. Here are the measures for a safe and carefree skiing holiday:

  • access to the ski areas is permitted with the Super Green Pass (2G - vaccinated or recovered)
  • for the closed lifts you need a FFP2 mask
  • a distance of 1 metre must be guaranteed
  • If possible, you should buy your ski pass online
  • The lifts are sanitized frequently and a sufficient ventilation is guaranteed

Gondolas, chairlifts and cable cars are used with a reduced capacity. In refreshment facilities apply the same safety regulations as in bars and restaurants.

No Green Pass is required for children under 12.

With the necessary safety measures, we warmly welcome you to enjoy winter in South Tyrol.


We look forward to welcoming you back to our slopes soon.

Your family Thöni and team

In the meantime enjoy on Instagram our amazing pictures:



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A long tradition of warm hospitality

"Unterm Ortler" hospitality since 1875

In 1875, Ludwig Ortler (Gustav Thöni’a great-grandfather) built a guesthouse in Trafoi: Zur schönen Aussicht. His son, Frederick Ortler, ran the inn during the First World War. Just before the Second World War, Gustav Ortler took over the inn, followed by his sister Anna Ortler and Georg Thöni, the parents of Gustav Thöni. During the time that Gustav was actively working as an athlete and coach within the skiing world his cousin, whom he called “Tante (Aunt) Adele,” and his father, Georg, managed the Bella Vista Hotel.

Since the 1990s, the fifth generation of the Gustav Thöni family has run Bella Vista Hotel with a great deal of joy and passion. They have continuously developed and renovated this Alpine boutique hotel, a harmonious fusion of the old and the new. Even in the entryway of the hotel, stone and wood form a successful ensemble: tradition and modernity come together here in a very stylish way. No detail is left to chance.

A team of dedicated staff members devotes itself to the needs of guests. At Bella Vista, the positive atmosphere and energy can be felt at every turn. Every member of the Bella Vista team has or her special role when it comes to caring for guests: Petra Maria Thöni manages the reception desk and supervises the Bella Vista team. The always-charming Ingrid Thöni looks after the guests. In winter, Gustav Thöni takes hotel guests skiing; in summer, he goes Nordic walking with them or takes them on long hikes. Stephan, Petra’s husband, conducts tastings of fine wines and leads excursions to his favorite places with the families and their children. Carmen, the friendly voice on the telephone, provides a very helpful hand at the reception desk. Rimi and Robert are responsible for Bella Vista’s delicious cuisine, delighting guests with Alpine-Mediterranean dishes. Doris and Eva serve Bella Vista guests at the bar and in the dining room. The Bear Club team watches over and entertains its troupe of happy children.

Everyone has his or her own individual task, but everyone has the same goal: to take care of the Bella Vista guests, and ensure an unforgettable holiday!

Welcome to the Bella Vista!
Gustav Thöni Family

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