Healthy and safe
The wellbeing of all guests takes top priority in the Belvita Leading Wellnesshotels Südtirol. The focus moves more and more towards health and safety . Europe is on a good track back to a normal life. To make your holidays in South Tyrol as indulgent, relaxing, and varied as ever, we have taken all the necessary precautions. Your stay in the best wellness hotels in South Tyrol will be safe and wonderful, promised.
Excellent hygiene standards
The Belvita Leading Wellnesshotels Südtirol stand for best quality in all areas. It goes without saying that this includes excellent hygiene standards that are observed with the utmost care by all employees on the entire hotel promises. In this extraordinary time, all Belvita member hotels have adjusted and expanded the standards so that you can feel completely at easy during your holiday. Special cleaning and disinfection plans ensure your safety in all facilities. Spacious restaurant areas and plenty of space in all outdoor and indoor areas also allow you to enjoy and maintain the necessary freedom at all times.
Travel when you want: cancellation conditions
We observe the situation day by day and want to make our guests’ holiday planning as flexible as possible. For this reason, all Belvita member hotels have adjusted their cancellation conditions so that you can book your next feel-good holiday without worries. We also recommend that you take out travel cancellation insurance.
A warm welcome
All our wellness hotels are managed with lots of passion and love. As a guest, you will feel our warm South Tyrolean hospitality right upon arrival. Even the nose and mouth protection cannot hide it. In spite of all safety precautions, we want you to feel free on holiday so that you can enjoy the full Belvita experience. For this reason, we take all possible precautions and look forward to your visit in South Tyrol. If you have any questions or worries, we are always there for you. Please feel free to contact us.
Re-opening summer 2020
All members of the Belvita Leading Wellnesshotels Südtirol are looking forward to meeting you again and welcoming you from:
- Quellenhof Luxury Resort Passeier: 05.06.2020
- Cyprianerhof Dolomit Resort: 05.06.2020
- Naturhotel Lüsnerhof: 10.06.2020
- Wellnesshotel Almhof Call: 10.06.2020
- Alpin Panorama Hotel Hubertus: 11.06.2020
- Hotel Quelle Nature SPA Resort: 11.06.2020
- Hotel Chalet Mirabell: 11.06.2020
- Alpine Luxury SPA Resort Schwarzenstein: 13.06.2020
- Naturhotel Pfösl: 14.06.2020
- Alpen Tesitin Panorama Wellness Resort: 15.06.2020
- Hotel Der Waldhof2: 18.06.2020
- Lindenhof Lifestyle DolceVita Resort: 18.06.2020
- Hotel Monika My Wellbeing Hotel – Dolomites: 18.06.2020
- Feldhof DolceVita Resort: 19.06.2020
- Excelsior Dolomites Life Resort: 19.06.2020
- Romantik Hotel Turm: 19.06.2020
- Hotel Hohenwart: 20.06.2020
- Alpin & Relax Hotel Das Gerstl: 20.06.2020
- Luxury DolceVita Resort Preidlhof: 20.06.2020
- AMONTI & LUNARIS – Wellnessresort: 24.06.2020
- Dolomiti Wellness Hotel Fanes: 26.06.2020
- Park Hotel Mignon: 26.06.2020
- La Maiena Meran Resort: 26.06.2020
- Tratterhof – The Mountain Sky Hotel: 27.06.2020
- DolceVita Hotel ALPIANA RESORT: 28.06.2020
- DolceVita Aktiv & Spa Hotel Jagdhof: 03.07.2020
- Hotel Mirabell Dolomites . Luxury . Ayurveda & Spa: 03.07.2020
- Parc Hotel am See Silence & Luxury: 03.07.2020
- Spa & Relax Hotel Erika: 04.07.2020
Answers to your questions
The most important information about your holiday in the Belvita Leading Wellnesshotels Südtirol at a glance.
Arrival and booking conditions
The summer and autumn holidays in South Tyrol were already booked some time ago. Will the borders be open by then?
Italy will open its borders on 3 June. From this date on, entry will be possible again for all citizens of the European Union and the Schengen area. There is no longer a quarantine obligation in Italy. For more details on travelling to Italy, please consult the websites of the competent authorities (Ministry of the Interior and Ministry of Foreign Affairs) in your holiday destination
Can I postpone or cancel my holiday if new entry restrictions are introduced in South Tyrol or in my country of origin?
Both a rebooking of the stay and a cancellation are possible in this case. Please contact the booked hotel directly to find out the exact conditions. You can also convert the deposit into a voucher.
Can I cancel the trip if a close family member falls ill with COVID-19 and I cannot/do not want to travel?
Although the Belvita Leading Wellnesshotels Südtirol have relaxed their cancellation policy during this uncertain period, we still recommend that you take out travel cancellation insurance, which covers the costs in the event of an illness of a relative in the first or second degree.
What measures are taken if a COVID-19 infection occurs in a hotel?
Precise rules are still being defined by the responsible authorities.
What happens if I fall ill with COVID-19 while on holiday?
If flu-like symptoms and/or fever occur, please contact the reception immediately by telephone and stay in your room for the time being to protect other guests. Our staff will contact the medical officer to clarify the further procedure and to prepare all further necessary steps. There is no need to worry, all our staff are excellently trained and know what to do in such a case. We assure you that we will be at your side to help you.
I would like to postpone my planned holiday. Is that possible? Do the prices vary seasonally?
Of course, a postponement of the holiday is possible depending on availability. Please contact the hotel of your choice directly. Together we will find the best solution for you and at the same time we can clarify the price issue.
Safety in the hotel
Is it compulsory to wear a mouth and nose protector in the hotel? If so, in which areas?
In South Tyrol, mouth protection is compulsory in all public areas if the minimum distance of two metres to other people cannot be maintained. It goes without saying that the employees of the Belvita Leading Wellnesshotels Südtirol always wear the masks or visors prescribed by law.
What measures have been taken in the hotel to maintain the safety distances?
The furniture in the public areas of the hotels has been arranged so that the safety distances prescribed by law can always be maintained. Despite the distance, we are at your side with our usual cordiality for an all-round feeling of well-being.
Have special hygiene measures been introduced to prevent the virus from spreading in the hotel?
Hygiene and cleanliness have always been important principles of the Belvita Leading Wellnesshotels Südtirol. In collaboration with leading experts, we have revised our hygiene measures and drawn up detailed cleaning plans to guarantee you maximum safety during your holiday. Our cleaning staff is continuously trained and compliance with the guidelines is regularly checked.
Where can I get help if I experience symptoms on holiday?
All Belvita member hotels work closely together with a doctor of confidence or the corresponding medical authorities, so that we can provide immediate medical care.
What is the medical care of COVID-19 patients in South Tyrol?
All family doctors are trained in dealing with suspected cases. After the medical authorities have been informed, a nasopharyngeal swab is ordered, which is repeated after 24 hours for confirmation. Pre-trials and isolated areas for COVID-19 patients are available in all hospitals in South Tyrol. Intensive care patients are cared for in the provincial hospital of Bolzano.
What protective measures have been taken for employees?
The body temperature of all employees is measured daily before starting work. If the temperature is above 37.5 ⁰C, or if they have had contact with an infected person or have been in a risk area in the past 14 days, they will be denied access. While on duty, they must wear the prescribed protective clothing and receive ongoing training in all hygiene and safety measures.
Stay in the hotel and in South Tyrol
How do the check-in and check-out work?
Check-in and check-out are kept as short as possible. The individual Belvita Leading Wellnesshotels Südtirol will inform you about the exact procedure before arrival and departure.
How are the rooms cleaned after departure?
After each departure, the rooms remain "out of order" for several hours. This is followed by a basic cleaning and disinfection by specially trained cleaning staff.
What happens to rooms in which a sick guest has stayed?
These rooms remain "out of order" for three days and are then disinfected with an ozoniser, which kills viruses.
What hygiene and safety measures have generally been taken?
In cooperation with experienced experts we have developed a detailed cleaning and hygiene protocol. In predefined periods of time we clean and disinfect all public spaces and surfaces that are often touched. At various locations in the hotels you will also find disinfectant dispensers for hand disinfection. You can find out directly from the Belvita member hotel of your choice what further measures have been taken.
Are childcare and other leisure activities offered?
Yes, we offer childcare and other leisure activities in small groups, taking into account the current safety regulations and legal framework.
Can playrooms and playgrounds be used?
Yes, in compliance with safety regulations. For reasons of hygiene, however, equipment that is difficult to clean (e.g. ball trampoline, cuddly toys etc.) is not available.
What rules must I observe in the dining room/restaurant?
All Belvita Leading Wellnesshotels Südtirol comply with all legal guidelines and implement additional measures, such as disinfectant dispensers, extension of meal times, disposable utensils, etc., to guarantee maximum safety. Details can be obtained directly from the hotel of your choice.
Do I have to wear mouth and nose protection in the restaurant/dining room?
You are obliged to wear mouth and nose protection when entering and leaving the room and whenever you are unable to maintain the prescribed distance from other guests. Children under six years of age are not required to wear a mask in Italy. Of course, you are allowed to take the mouth and nose protector off at the table.
Are indoor pools and saunas open?
Due to current legal regulations, indoor pools and saunas will remain closed for the time being. Open-air pools are at your disposal under observance of the prescribed distances.
Which rules of conduct currently apply in South Tyrol?
People who do not live in the same household must keep a distance of two metres from each other, both outdoors and indoors. If this is not possible, the wearing of any kind of mouth and nose protection is obligatory – surgical mask, fabric mask, visor, tubular cloth, or scarf.
Can I move freely in South Tyrol? Are museums, castles etc. open?
Your freedom of movement is maintained throughout South Tyrol; you may also use all public transport subject to the safety regulations. Most of the museums, castles, and sights have been open again since 18 May.
Are bars, restaurants, and shops currently open?
Yes, bars, restaurants, and shops are open again. In some cases, there are still limited opening hours in the catering trade.