Winterurlaub im Eggental erlebenDen Winter in Welschnofen bei Urlaub in den Dolomiten genießenWinterurlaub DolomitenUrlaub im Winter in SüdtirolSkifahren in KarerseeWelschnofen und das Skigebiet CarezzaFassa - Carezza, das Dolomiten SkigebietKarersee und das Skigebiet in unserem Hotel erleben
Winterurlaub im Eggental erleben
Den Winter in Welschnofen bei Urlaub in den Dolomiten genießen
Winterurlaub Dolomiten
Urlaub im Winter in Südtirol
Skifahren in Karersee
Welschnofen und das Skigebiet Carezza
Fassa - Carezza, das Dolomiten Skigebiet
Karersee und das Skigebiet in unserem Hotel erleben
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Spend your winter holiday in South Tyrol

Your Romantik Hotel Post is looking forward to your visit!

If you are looking for a true winter wonderland for your winter holiday in South Tyrol, Welschnofen – Eggental is perfect for you. The Romantik Hotel Post, with its panoramic Karersee location at the foot of Rosengarten and Latemar, doesn’t just offer a backdrop of wintry postcard scenery, but also with rich winter sports programme that makes your winter in the Dolomites refined enjoyment.

A Mecca for skiers and snowboarders

Whether you are planning your trip around winter sports or just want to take in the magnificent panoramic view - the Romantik Hotel Post (****s) makes your winter holiday an unforgettable experience. The brand new cable car, only 200 metres away from the hotel, takes you directly to the Carezza – Karersee ski resort, where you can enjoy endless kilometres of slopes in the midst of the breathtaking whiteness of the Dolomites. If you are a beginner or want to brush up on your ski skills, Carezza ski school is the best place for you. Our convenient hotel ski pass service ensures that your ski pass will already be waiting for you in your room.

There’s more to winter

Your winter holiday has much more to offer. Enjoy the magnificent panoramic view on 16 km of cross-country tracks. Families will discover various toboggan runs for themselves, while snowshoeing in various levels of difficulty is perfect for exploring the fascinating landscape around your Romantik Hotel Post (****s).

Take advantage of our unbeatable winter offers, send your non-binding enquiry or directly book your stay at the Romantik Hotel Post. Make your winter holiday in South Tyrol an unforgettable experience.

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Early Booking Discount


If you book within April 30st 2022 and with a minimum stay of 7 nights, we grant a 10% discount on the stay. For stays from 24th of July 2022 to 28th of August 2022 the discount is 5%.


The early booking discount winter is suspended until further notice due to the Covid 19 situation.
Anyway we will offer you absolutely flexible booking conditions.

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The new "King Laurin" cableway to the Cologne Hut with "invisible" mountain station

The first cableway project of the renowned South Tyrolean architect Werner Tscholl

The new 10-passenger "King Laurin" gondola-type aerial lift from the Frommer Alm to the Cologne Hut will replace the two Laurin II and Laurin III chairlifts and will enable passengers to ascend 560 meters in safety and comfort in just 6.5 minutes, arriving directly at the cliffs of the legendary "Rose Garden" and the Cologne Hut at 2,337 meters above sea-level.

It is the first cableway project of the renowned South Tyrolean architect Werner Tscholl, who is responsible for the design of the mountain station.

Thus, the mountain station should not be visible as an independent architectural object.

Only the entrance and exit portals through which the gondolas enter and leave the underground station and the access tunnel for hikers and skiers are visibly cut into the side of the slope. From here, skiers can ski directly onto the ski slope, and hikers can access the existent hiking trails.

The impression of a cave entrance alludes to the legend of Laurin. The skiers and hikers enter, so to speak, King Laurin's underground palace in the Rose Garden. As the legend says, "The entrances to King Laurin's enchanted realm are lost to memory, his gates have sunk, their keys have been lost… But one day, children and singers will rediscover them and open them up again."