A special retreat for individualists
In the Amus Chalets Dolomites in Antholz in South Tyrol you draw strength from nature all year round. Private chalets with their own hot tub and sauna and a breathtaking view of the Dolomite mountains ensure a relaxing stay. Become one with nature: admire the panorama by the crackling open fire, search the starry sky for shooting stars in the private hot tub or let your thoughts drift in the cozy corner. Amus Chalets Dolomites invites guests to slow down.
Amus is already special in its architecture: based on the concept of the eagle’s nest, the chalets nestle inconspicuously into the surrounding nature. The chalets were created in the favorite place of host Uli Pichler. The heart is the main building with reception, parlour, vinotheque and panoramic terrace with an inviting atmosphere for socializing. Those who prefer to retreat to their own kingdom can relax in the private chalet with a crackling fire in the cozy corner or unwind on the private terrace with a view of the mountains. Service is very important here: breakfast, lunch and dinner are served directly in the chalet. Massages, yoga, Pilates and deeply relaxing rituals are offered in complete privacy of the own chalet.
The power of nature can be clearly felt in the South Tyrolean mountains: be it on long walks or hikes in breathtaking scenery, on adventurous mountain bike tours with adrenaline guarantee or when relaxing in the own chalet, surrounded by forest and nature. The most popular excursion destinations in South Tyrol are easy to reach from Amus Chalets Dolomites – and the hosts Anna and Uli definitely have one or two insider tips ready.
Anterselva is famous for the excellent biathlon and cross-country skiing trails: every year, top biathletes come together here to compete in the World Cup. In 2026, Anterselva will be the venue for the Winter Olympics. So there is plenty to explore for sports fans! The popular ski areas Drei Zinnen and Plan de Corones can also be reached via excellent connections – and those who prefer to get to know the snowy landscape of South Tyrol on foot or on snowshoe hikes will find quiet routes right on their doorstep.