Hotel Monte Paraccia is a family-run business and this reality is reflected in our facility, namely in the design of the dining rooms. We have 3 dining rooms with three different characters. However, all three share the fact that they are modelled on the classic style of a South Tyrolean “Stube”. The oldest of the three dining rooms was built by the grandparents. In the 1950s, after dining, people danced on the still existing larch wood floor which was laid by Karin’s uncle. Produced around the same time, some of the paintings and painted furniture from the San Vigilian artist "Ferber" still decorate the hotel.
The paneling in the TV room was made in 1899 and installed in 1977. The TV room is available for socializing, watching football matches, playing cards or spending time with children. The reception is small but perfect for welcoming our guests. Other rooms are available for leisure activities, and have tables for billiards, ping-pong, or table soccer. At Hotel Paraccia, our priority is to provide you with the most enjoyable and relaxing holiday possible.