Live the experience of a holiday in one of the most unique and evocative scenery in the Dolomites, give yourself the freedom of an apartment accommodation without giving up comfort and ease: welcome to Residence Hotel Langes.
The building, opened in December 2016, arises from the dépendance of the historic Hotel Dolomiti, and is located in the center of the small alpine resort of San Martino di Castrozza, at the bottom of the Pale di San Martino and just a few minutes far from the slopes, lifts and gondolas of the Ski area.
The main access to the Residence is the so-called Ponte dei frati bridge, one of the most ancient buildings in San Martino, where in the past centuries the old lodging stood, the only shelter for the first travellers and european mountaineers who wandered on these mountains.
Here, the first tourists and pioneers found a mere accommodation to stay during the exploration of the Pale di San Martino, before the first Hotel was built in 1873.
Residence Hotel Langes gives its guests the possibility to choose among ten flats characterised by modern and plain ambients warmed up by the shades of the wooden furniture, beautiful accommodations to enjoy exclusive services and comforts: from the hearty breakfast with typical and genuine local products to the reception always at your disposal, from the morning delivery of fresh bread and newspaper, to the laundry and bed-making services.
Residence Langes got the Green Way Primiero label, which guarantees the engagement and the observation of a protocol which promotes efficient services with a very low environmental impact to preserve a unique landscape and a region which is part of Unesco Natural Heritage.
At the end of the day, indulge yourself with a moment of relaxation, enjoy a turkish bath to decompress or have a drink by the fireplace in our beautiful hall: savour a glass of wine and the magic red shades of a sunset on the Dolomites, when the phenomenon of Enrosadira lights up the Pale di San Martino.
If you don’t know San Martino di Castrozza, you don’t know Dolomites. – Gunther Langes