The House Santner is a private house with apartments, which is lovingly run by the Kritzinger family. The house has 5 apartments intended for our guests on holiday in the Dolomites.

 

What makes Haus Santner unique:

  • 5 apartments to host respectively from 2 up to 7 people (making a total of 14-17 people)
  • Especially for mountaineers, cyclists and families with babies
  • Centrally located, just 5 minutes walking distance from the village centre
  • Wellness area, garden, car park and indoor climbing wall
  • The homeowner, Helmut, is a professional Alpine guide and the owner of the “Arc Alpin” Alpine Travel guide office
  • 5% off on both Arc Alpin summer and winter Alpine programme prices for the guests of the house
  • Complete equipment for your baby
  • E-bike (mountain bike) available for free for our guests
  • Ideal starting point for excursions in the area between Alpe di Siusi and Passo Costalunga
  • Bus stop right outside the house (100 meters) for connection with Alpe di Siusi two-seater cable car and with Tires al Catinaccio
  • Pets allowed subject to prior agreement
  • Excellent accessibility by public transport from Bolzano train station
  • Free bread service on request
  • Taxi service with our private 8 seater minibus upon request (free for stays from 4 nights)
  • open the whole year
  • Holiday packages and last mintute offers are on our web site and are always up-to-date on our Facebook page

 

History of the mountaineer's house

The history book for Haus Santner was opened when Johann Santner first climbed the great Schlernszacken in 1888, alone and with rudimentary means - even if it took 80 years until the foundation stone of Haus Santner was laid.

Even 150 years after the first ascent, the spirit of Santner lives on its mountain and on other Dolomite figures.

When I was born in 1967, the Santnerspitze was for me just a name, and every house had to have a name. The fact that my parents was given the name Santner is pure coincidence and certainly not given by my father in view of the great climber.

As a boy, it was unconscious and not directly the goal to climb the Dolomites. in 1981 ,in my early years as a mountaineer, I climbed on the head of the the namesake of the house Santner. Since then I have climbed more than 50 times on the westernmost summit of the Dolomites.