Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Burgusio, Der Mohrenwirt is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its luxury environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Der Mohrenwirt makes it easy to enjoy the best of Burgusio.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge, and you can go online as Der Mohrenwirt offers guests free wifi. Guests are also welcome to enjoy a pool and a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While in Burgusio, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Der Mohrenwirt, including Restaurant: Mohrenwirt (0.0 mi), Restaurant Gasthof Gerda (0.2 mi), and St. Nikolaus (0.1 mi).
There is no shortage of things to do in the area, and there are several great attractions that are within walking distance of Der Mohrenwirt, including Abbazia di Marienberg (1.2 mi), Sacrario Militare di Passo di Resia (0.1 mi), and Chiesa conventuale Marienberg (0.1 mi).
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Der Mohrenwirt is sure to make your visit to Burgusio one worth remembering.
We spent a lovely week at this wonderful hotel, which has been in the same family since 1665. Loving attention to detail shows everywhere, from the rooms to the food to the new wellness area. We had a spacious room with a terrace overlooking the old village in the new part of the property, which is connected to the old inn by an underground art gallery. We had a special offer that included breakfast (enough to last through a day of activities) and five course dinner. We couldn't have been happier.
In September of 1984 my husband and I spent five beautiful days at the Zum Mohren, enjoying the peacefulness of the valley, great food from the kitchen and speaking with Herr Theiner each day. We hike up the mountain to reach the Abbey Marienburg to be given a tour by one of the monks and visit the church that is very ornate in its decoration. As we walk back we pick wildflowers for our room (309) that was on a corner facing the village and snow covered mountains. As we departed the hotel Herr Theiner gave us a bottle of the "besten rod wine from the area", along with a large hug.
This July, it was the second time that my wife and I spent a week at the Hotel ”Zum Mohren & Plavina” in Burgeis/Burgusio (double room Zara at the Plavina). The experiences of our visit the year before made this choice easy. Also this year, we enjoyed again not only the hearty hospitality and excellent service-mindedness of the Theiner family and their employees, but also the tasty meals and wines in the evenings after our mountain bike tours. Fortunately, the hotel is not only a good home base for cyclists, mountain bikers and mountain hikers/climbers, but also for people who have interest in the cultural heritage of the area. Nearby: - Benedictine Abbey of Monte Maria (Marienberg) in Burgeis/Burgusio - Lake Reschen, famous for the visible steeple of a submerged 14th-century church - Benedictine Convent of St John at Müstair/Switzerland (Unesco World heritage) - Small medieval towns, especially Mals/Malles Venosta (visit of one of the fortified towers, Church of Saint Benedict) and Glurns/Glorenza - Reinhold Messmer Mountain Museums Like so many other guests, we will come back again.…
33 years ago I read an article on this "Less Traveled" region of Italy & decided to go there with my husband, his father & his wife who were from rural Georgia. Arriving at Zum Mohren we were greeted at our car by local cows as they sauntered into the village at the end of the day. As a cattle owner himself my father in law was initially not enthused. All changed when he saw a woman walking from the barn with fresh cream across the street into our hotel he became enamored! We had a wonderful stay, enjoyed walking to the castle, delicious food & wonderful service at the hotel. Years later, when my father in law was at the end of his life journey, surrounded by his family, it was not Paris or Venice he spoke to them about, it was his experience in the quaint village of Burgusio, of the flowers, and of his stay at the Zum Mohren & how the cows knew where to turn to go to their barns under the houses! We returned to the hotel 6 years ago, stayed in the same room, and enjoyed the new pool and same level of service. Truly a travel experience that will live on for many years.…
This is our second visit to Burgusio and we still can't believe how this little village is just buzzing! We only ate at the Mohren on our last visit and were keen to stay there this time. We were not disappointed. The hotel has been run by the same family for generations and they certainly know the meaning of service. We had a beautiful room, use of the pool at the sister hotel Plavina which is only 50 yards away and fabulous 6 course evening meal as part of our half board. Nothing is too much trouble, the food is great, there are also other places to eat and drink in the village. Private parking is a bonus because the streets of Burgusio are so narrow and steep. Beware of the local cows or rather their deposits in the streets and the farmers that start work very early!