The Paula Wiesinger Apartments & Suites is located in the South Tyrolean mountain village of Seis – surrounded by the Dolomites and near the Seiser Alm, Europe’s largest high alpine pasture. Both the architecture and interior design are simple, linear and elegant. Far removed from the traditional rustic Alpine style, the building’s mountain heritage is expressed in its use of local materials, such as larch and pine wood and stone floors of dolomite and quartzite. La Paula features double room suites with a living area as well as apartments with one to two bedrooms, a living area and kitchen. All include balconies with panoramic views of the mountains. The house was named after Paula Wiesinger, a successful mountaineer and skier of the 1930s. The rooms themselves are named and decorated in honour of “La Paula”.
A spa and gym are included, and a buffet breakfast can be booked as an optional extra.
What to do
Summer: hiking, climbing, mountain biking, golf
Winter: skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and winter hiking
Excursions: Castles (Castle Prösels, the Hauenstein ruin, Trostburg), Museums (Messner Mountain Museums, Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano)
Why we like this house
Complete harmony of architecture and interior design.
Details of the property
Region/Town: IT – Italy, South Tyrol, Seis am Schlern
Name: Paula Wiesinger Apartments and Suites
Scenery: Mountain village in the Dolomites
Accommodation: B&B, Apartment
Number of guests: 2 to 4 people each apartment, a maximum of 30 guests
Design: Paul Senoner & Lukas Tammerle, Kastelruth