Hotel Taljörgele in the Ridnauntal/Eisacktal in South Tyrol has been covering its heat and electricity requirements with wood chips since January 2014. Each of the three HKA 45 plants has already operated for about 8,400 hours in the first year. 8,500 hours have been exceeded in 2015 resulting in a plant availability of more than 97 % per year.
The hotel alone requires 280 kW in heat energy.
Run by the Mühlmann family, the 155-bed Leitlhof is one of the few hotel properties in Europe to be completely self-sufficient in terms of energy, producing and using its own energy effectively and efficiently. The Leitlhof has set itself the task of taking action here and producing electricity and heat independently and in a climate-neutral manner using woodchips. The short distances involved mean the woodchip production process is also environmentally-friendly.
The Landhaus Zitzelsberger is situated in a gorgeous location on the outskirts of town, nestled between meadows and forests – ideal for escaping everyday stress. It’s a place where guests can fully relax and harmonise their mind, body and soul. Enjoy long walks in the surrounding area or simply put your feet up with a good book. The Landhaus boasts a very quiet location away from noise and traffic, with a large sunbathing area in the beautiful garden with outdoor furniture and loungers.
The unmistakable hospitality on offer at the Landhotel Stemp has a long tradition. The team led by Christine and Herbert Stemp, and their children Katharina, Corinna and Maria, welcomes visitors based on the motto of “Only the best for our guests!”. At this property, guests can enjoy BBQ evenings, and bring Bavarian pub culture to life eating suckling pig and hearty Brotzeit snacks. It is also perfectly equipped for groups, providing ideal accommodation for tour groups, club excursions and trail riders.
The appropriately styled pension "Haus Blatthofer" is located in the beautiful Lesach Valley. Ten beds in apartments - some of them completely furnished - offer a pleasant wellness holiday in a typical rural style.
Besides, the HKA 30 wood cogeneration plant supplies heat to a local heat network for ten private homes and the drying hopper.
Its focus has been on wellness since the inception of its beauty & health facility, offering guests a wide range of services including a large indoor pool with swimming machines, massage jets and fizzing water.
The Wellness Hotel Senoner is located at the entrance of the Puster Valley in South Tyrol. The hotel is nestled in the small mountain village Spinges which is gently engulfed by the mountains of South Tyrol at about 1100 m above sea level.
The Hotel Senoner features over 100 beds in rooms and family suites with panorama balconies, a wellness area with swimming pool, saunas, relaxation rooms and solarium.