The holiday-philosophy at the Leitlhof Hotel in Innichen
Your wellbeing is our heartfelt wish
A traditional-modern ambience, lots of space and total recreation in a warm atmosphere – that is the Leitlhof Hotel in the heart of the Sextner Dolomites in South Tyrol. The Mühlmann family’s most important aims are to make the guests feel at home and to give them unforgettable feel-good moments.
Empathy and sensitivity enables us at the Leitlhof Hotel to guess our guests’ holiday expectations and we always try our hardest to make your wishes come true.
A continuous connection between guest and hotel is very important to us. Our team has worked for us for many years, a fact that convinces many of our regular guests to choose the Leitlhof Hotel as their annual holiday accommodation.
In order to preserve the wonderful Dolomite Alps natural environment for future generations we focus on a balanced life cycle assessment. At the Leitlhof Hotel our guests spend a climate-neutral holiday. The hotel’s own wood power station, which produces electricity with wood chips from our own forest, contributes significantly to our almost CO2 neutral record. The whole hotel is heated and supplied by electric and thermal energy. This is how your feel-good hotel in South Tyrol contributes massively to your sustained holiday and at the same time our guests can spend a relaxed holiday.
Stephan Mühlmann also runs a farm close to the hotel – the Mühlhof in Innichen in Hochpustertal. It’s a traditional sheep farm. Our guests can enjoy with a good conscious: Organic lamb is supplied directly by our own farm.
Chef Hermann Patzleiner will indulge you with regional and organic farmer’s products. At the hotel we also produce jams and liqueurs.
Our wide range of spa offers provided peace and recreation. According to the motto “Our target is to have relaxed guests” our spa experts will take care of you needs professionally and caringly.
Experience South Tyrolean hospitality and send your no obligation holiday enquiry to your 4-star-superior Leitlhof Hotel in Innichen, South Tyrol.