One for all and all for one. It’s all about the guests’ well-being. The Karadar family has been running the hotel near the Three Peaks in Sesto/Sexten for 50 years and three generations. You will immediately feel the love and passion for hospitality when you enter the Hotel St. Veit Alpenwellness. With genuine smiles, the Karadar family and their team will make you feel at home in the Dolomites.
Like a family heirloom, passion for hospitality has been passed down from generation to generation. It was 1969 when grandfather Franz Happacher realised his dream of a 3-star hotel at the Three Peaks in Sesto/Sexten. To give his guests a wonderfully relaxed break in the heart of what he believed to be the most beautiful mountains in the world was his goal from the very beginning. Soon, he realised that an all-round successful holiday includes not only fabulous food, cosy rooms, and activities in the beautiful countryside, but also relaxing moments of well-being. That was why he expanded his hotel in Sesto/Sexten in 1977, adding a wellness area, where he offered his guests Alpine wellness at its best. This was one of the first wellness hotels to be built in South Tyrol.
Since then, 50 years have passed in which many things have happened. After Gertraud, the daughter of Franz Happacher, and her husband, Peter Karadar, took over management, the hotel was updated and remodelled several times. Despite all the changes made over time, one thing has remained unchanged: the friendly hospitality with which the Karadar family cares for their guests. The family-run hotel has been a member of Vitalpina Hotels Südtirol since 2006. This is a well-deserved distinction because a holiday with us promises the highest quality standards.
Alpine wellness, a healthy diet, physical and mental well-being, being active in nature, and sustainability – this is the foundation of our unique wellness hotel in Sesto/Sexten, where Gertraud and Peter’s children also now work. Each member of the family and the team is committed to your well-being every day.