Fine dining in South Tyrol – Italian cuisine with that "something extra"


Vacationing includes fine dining. And because fine dining should be authentic, we here at the La Majun devote special attention to preparing truly mouth-watering dishes. That's why the La Majun has specialized in a combination of Italian cuisine and alpine traditions. Of course, not without a pinch of Alta Badia's unique slant on cuisine. Hubert, our chef, comes from Alta Badia and blends typical Ladin cooking with cosmopolitan accents and also incorporates his hobby: hunting. In short, you can taste the Dolomites, the mountain forests, and the region in every morsel of food. After all: The region of Alta, nestled in the Dolomites, didn't earn its excellent reputation for delicious food for nothing! Of course, all of these tempting Ladin dishes with exotic names like "Turtres" and "Furtaies" and the juicy game meats from the mountains just wouldn't be complete without the appropriate wine. The wines of South Tyrol, Italy, and the rest of the world are carefully selected by senior manager Carlo Mellauner and presented to the hotel guests in the hotel's own wine bar. As we say here: Bun pró!

Gourmet foods and elegant surroundings in Alta Badia


Fine foods should be enjoyed in an equally stylish and elegant atmosphere. That's why our restaurant combines alpine flair with Ladin accents. Warm woods and tasteful illumination add to the enjoyment of a fine meal. The beautiful surroundings reflect the high-quality cuisine. "The hotel's culinary traditions stretch back almost half a century. It all began with peeling potatoes in the cellar," remembers senior manager Roberta. Today, the La Majun's restaurant with its creative, seasonal Ladin dishes in combination with Italian cuisine represents the gold standard in the gourmet scene of Alta Badia.