Adler Lodge Ritten is located in the enchanted landscape of Renon, in South Tyrol, which has always been a place of refuge for those in search of tranquillity and relaxation.
The structure consists of twenty chalets located on the edge of the forest, around the central body or the pond, and twenty junior suites, located on two side wings, with spectacular views that extend up to the mountains of the Dolomites. Everywhere, sustainable natural materials and furnishings create a continuum between inside and outside for maximum guest comfort.
The Adler Lodge Ritten is also a haven for the palate. The chef Hannes Pignater and his team only use high quality local products to transform them into a unique blend of Mediterranean tradition and Alpine menu.
- The restaurant of the Adler Lodge Ritten offers space for around 100 people. The kitchen is available all day: from the rich breakfast buffet with homemade specialties to lunch on the terrace and dinner with gourmet dishes that are served “under the stars”.
- For the new open kitchen, the collaboration with an interior designer was essential to achieve a perfect integration between the cooking block and the restaurant areas.
- A crane was required to transport and position the cooking island in the kitchen.
- Head chef Pignater, who already worked at the ADLER Lodge ALPE (Alpe di Siusi), was very familiar with the Ambach quality and the excellent service of the South Tyrolean company Niederbacher.
- Pignater has again confirmed the choice of Ambach for the Adler Lodge Ritten. In particular, together with Niederbacher & Prostahl, a tailor-made open kitchen from the System 850 line was realized in a special version with base units in hygiene standard H3 and tailor-made tabletops in black granite.
- The result combines perfect quality, functionality, performance and design.
- The project lasted from May 2018 to June 2019. Niederbacher supervised the execution of the work, including assembly and support. Responsible for the implementation of the project: Felix Andergassen from Niederbacher.