If you like to dine in a high class environment with traditional cuisine and a great glass of local wine, our hotel will be just perfect for you. Quality ingredients and attention to detail will await you when you enter our dining room. You will enjoy the cosy atmosphere of our traditional Stube and be served by a competent team of chefs and waiters of the Hotel Scoiattolo.
Refinement, tradition, and international curiosity are our secret ingredients for our dishes.
Our selection of fine wines offers the best for your palate, because only a classy product can tell itself through the senses.
Our traditional 'hunter' style bar is decorated with highly prized collector's items, such as horns of native wild animals.
Our terrace is a meeting point for those who want to enjoy a wonderful view indulging in a sip of beauty.
To start a sensational day, what could be better than replenishing your energy by enjoying a rich buffet of fresh and genuine ingredients?
We will prepare you delicious delicacies, ranging from traditional Tyrolean dishes to Italian specialties, not excluding international cuisine.
Our traditional "hunter" style bar bears as decoration valuable collector's pieces, such as antlers, of wild animals that live in our mountains. This historic corner of our home has served as a living room for many regular guests and countrymen for over 60 years.
Selva and Val Gardena are connected to the rest of Italy and also to Northern Europe by excellent InterCity and EuroCity trains. All of them stop in Bozen or Brixen, some even in Klausen.
From Bolzano and Bressanone, during the day, direct buses leave every hour for Val Gardena.
The Val Gardena road system is directly connected to the Brenner motorway (A22).
From the south you pass through Verona - Trento - Bolzano and arrive in Chiusa; and from the north take the Innsbruck - Brennero - Chiusa route. Here the exit "Chiusa - Val Gardena" is indicated. Following the road signs, in about twenty minutes you will reach Ortisei, further on you will find S. Cristina and then Selva Gardena.