Amus Chalets

Respect for surroundings

Design chalets in South Tyrol: Part of the village, away from the village

Traditional Alpine architecture combined with great respect for nature and its primordial power: The Amus Chalets meet the spirit of the times in their architecture. What was particularly relevant for the design of the chalets in Antholz was and is what surrounds them: The chalets had to appear as an integral part of the village, but also be sufficiently secluded, so that you can now enjoy your private moments of tranquillity.
Aquilae nido _ Independent as an eagle
Spread your wings
Did you know that in the immediate vicinity of the Amus Chalets an eagle hides its favourite nesting place? Sometimes, you can see it as it soars proudly through the blue sky. This connection to nature is also reflected in the architecture: Embedded in the slope, the Amus Chalets are so integrated in the landscape that they are almost invisible. The perfect place to lose yourself in your thoughts.
Amus - Solitude and bliss
An idea built up over many years
At first it was a feeling. A feeling that this place was to become something very special. A place that the host Uli had used since his childhood to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and to take a few moments just for himself. Here, in absolute silence, in the heart of nature, with the chirping of birds in the background, he had realised that he wanted to share this place with other people. People, who like him, and like the eagles so close by, are looking for a refuge and enjoy their solitude.

South Tyrol, throughly

Your host Uli is deeply attached to his homeland. That is why it was particularly important to him that the Amus Chalets be perceived as an integral part of the village: During construction, he preferred the use of local materials and used local companies to carry out the work. Regionality to the last nail. The result: A place surrounded by nature to recharge your batteries.


Water as a source

Pure spring water is not only guaranteed in the Amus Chalets: The Antholz spring is a place shrouded in legend. According to the story, Bishop Hartmann of Brixen was fleeing from bandits and was very thirsty, when he was praying in Antholz and suddenly the water appeared and saved him and his companions. To this day, Hartmann's spring water still flows in this place.