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The Albers X Miramonti Boutique Hotel : a mountain dream

Let’s set the scene: James Bond (aka Roger Moore) chased down by a group of villain is hurtling down a ski trail in his bright yellow tracksuit. With overly dramatic jumps and poorly-made special effects, this scene from “The Spy Who Loved Me” did not make it in the list best stunts in film history. Still, the panorama stands out for you’d say it is touching the sky. That’s what led Carmen and Klaus Alber to create one of the most spectacular mountain hotels there is. Located in the depths of South Tyrol, at the heart of the Dolomites, the Miramonti hotel is what you’d call a eagle’s nest. With its breathtaking view, world-class spa, and refined cuisine, the hotel embodies the purity we all aspire to (especially in this troubled times). This is a 1250-meters-high breath of fresh air, a place where you’d only want to spend your days staring at the trees and the legendary sunsets right out of your room’s window. The elegant interior design pays tribute to the minerals all around. When it comes to gastronomy, you’re reminded that you’re at the border between Italy and Austria: pastas are here, yes, but you’ll be most delighted by the mountain spices the chef uses so cleverly in his dishes. No need to mention every product used is sourced locally – who would dare not to do so? The best thing about this place, it is you can enjoy it fully both in winter and in summer…

The Albers X Miramonti Boutique Hotel : a mountain dream

Let’s set the scene: James Bond (aka Roger Moore) chased down by a group of villain is hurtling down a ski trail in his bright yellow tracksuit. With overly dramatic jumps and poorly-made special effects, this scene from “The Spy Who Loved Me” did not make it in the list best stunts in film history. Still, the panorama stands out for you’d say it is touching the sky. That’s what led Carmen and Klaus Alber to create one of the most spectacular mountain hotels there is. Located in the depths of South Tyrol, at the heart of the Dolomites, the Miramonti hotel is what you’d call a eagle’s nest. With its breathtaking view, world-class spa, and refined cuisine, the hotel embodies the purity we all aspire to (especially in this troubled times). This is a 1250-meters-high breath of fresh air, a place where you’d only want to spend your days staring at the trees and the legendary sunsets right out of your room’s window. The elegant interior design pays tribute to the minerals all around. When it comes to gastronomy, you’re reminded that you’re at the border between Italy and Austria: pastas are here, yes, but you’ll be most delighted by the mountain spices the chef uses so cleverly in his dishes. No need to mention every product used is sourced locally – who would dare not to do so? The best thing about this place, it is you can enjoy it fully both in winter and in summer…

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