Weisses Kreuz & Ansitz zum Löwen

In the picturesque village square of Burgeis in South Tyrol, historic buildings and rural charm meet modern architecture. The Hotel “Weisses Kreuz” – a traditional country inn which has been family owned since 1871 – has been reconstructed and expanded. The hotel now features modern suites, a spacious wellness area as well as new lounge, bar and dining areas. Located directly opposite of the hotel is the “Ansitz zum Löwen”, a listed building of the 13th century. Five unique suites have been created in the former living rooms with magnificent woodworks that have been originally preserved. Wood also plays a dominant role in the four suites located in the former barn. However, here the style is straight forward and modern: large glass fronts and south–facing loggias open the rooms to the village square and the Vinschgau mountains.


What to do

Burgeis lies at the foot of the skiing and hiking area Watles.
Mountain biking, cycling, hiking, fishing and fishing, etc.
Castles, museums and many tourist attractions.

Why we like this house

Beautiful symbiosis of historical flair and modern architecture.


Details of the property

Region/Town: IT – Italy, South Tyrol, Vinschgau, Mals, Burgeis

Name: Weisses Kreuz & Ansitz zum Löwen

Scenery: on the village square of a small village in the Alps

Accommodation: Hotel

Number of guests: Double rooms and suites for 2 people.

Architecture: Modern, Old & new, Listed building - old

Completed: 2013

Design: Marx/Ladurner Architekten, Schlanders

Awards: 1. place “International Hotel-Interior-Design-Award” d.prize 2013


2 Comments

Caroline Ebeling said:

Das Haus vereint auf gekonnte Weise Tradition und Moderne, der Stilmix zwischen früheren Zeiten und heutiger Handschrift ist bis jetzt gut gelungen. Der neue Wellnessbereich bietet alles, was zu Ruhe und Erholung beiträgt, klein aber sehr fein. Die Zimmer im Ansitz zum Löwen sind an Sauberkeit nicht zu toppen, die Materialien mit viel Liebe und Geschmack gewählt. Die Lage der beiden Häuser ist wundervoll, mitten im Dorf, im Zentrum des Dorflebens, wo sich alle kennen und auch Gäste ganz selbstverständlich dazu gehören.
Ein feines Hotel, unspektakulär spektakulär, unkompliziert und herrlich “down to earth”.

Renate Klaiber said:

Wir warem vom 1.-5.10.2015 im
Weissen Kreuz. Es war alles perfekt:
das sonnige Wetter, das moderniserte Haus,
das freundliche Personal und besonders
das abendliche “Sterne”-Menue.

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