The twittering breaks the silence…
...it comes from the Sonus Alpis, or from somewhere else, from South Tyrol, from our mountains or our culture. It’s not a big thing, only a little detail which makes a day more beautyful, some hours more interesting or an experience more worthful. We love tho share this special moment with you – the special moment of a spontaneous talk and the great sound which surrounds it… Have fun!
- Hideaways - the 100 most beautiful hotels in the world
June 2019 – In its new and exclusive book, Hideways presents the 100 most beautiful hotels in the world, and our Sonus Alpis has been selected to top 100!
The publishers were searching out „the world’s very best and most unique hotels…, that command impossibly beautiful locations, that are dedicated to looking after the needs of their guests with uncompromising service standards and that offer the kind of privacy and accommodation needed to ensure complete relaxation.“
We are very proud of this nomination!
- Sonus Alpis in German newspaper
December 2017 – In december, the well-known german newspaper „Süddeutsche Zeitung“ published an article about our Sonus Alpis – we have to admit, we are a bit proud of that! The column „Hotel Europe“ every week presents special hotels from all over Europe.
The journalist and writer Max Scharnigg had spent a vacation with us last summer and now narrated his impressions in this lovely article.
- A new look...
May 2017 – Sonus Alpis in a new look! The summer season is beginning and Sonus Alpis presents itself in a new look - in the last weeks, we totally refurbished the face of our mean building.
With carefully chosen materials and colors, our architect Hanspeter Demetz, has created a real gem… Be curious!
- Summer evenings, cocktails and music…
August 2016 – Since we re-opened with the name Sonus Alpis, we have welcomed many guests who have shared their passion for music with us. Fully in line with our philosophy, the summer has featured regular special encounters and musical intervals; intense discussions, musical interludes and sometimes even new and lasting friendships have all resulted.
These evenings were marked by good music – piano classics on our Schimmel grand, a jazz evening with hotel guests or spontaneous folk music on the terrace at sunset: all of them enjoyable times that will not be forgotten in a hurry!
Music begins not with the first note, but with the preceding silence. And it ends not with the last tone, but with the subsequent sound of silence.Giora Feidman