All is new, as it was before. In the center of Brixen.

Stay in a house that dates from 1450.
Yet is absolutely modern.

Centuries-old stone walls and vaults, oriels and ceiling frescoes all characterise the atmosphere of our nine suites. The design of the furnishings is based upon the power of simplicity, with furniture made of old wood, alongside cosy fabrics and carefully applied stylistic touches.

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fink is located right in the midst of the lively town centre of Brixen. The clear elegance of the suites, plus a spa with a sauna, steam bath and Roman bath in the green inner courtyard, make a stay between the ancient walls and round arches the ideal retreat in a place of almost monastic tranquillity.

South Tyrolean cuisine as it used to be.
Yet with a goodly portion of today.

The fink restaurant takes as its inspiration the natural qualities of traditional monastic cookery. Chef Florian Fink remains true to his conviction that fresh regional products and natural preparation methods with just a few ingredients are the basis for good taste and wholesome eating.

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Restaurant under the arcades

Now uncovered and carefully renovated, the original walls and round arches of the restaurant let guests experience the historic character of this townhouse. In order to emphasise the ambience of the room, the linear forms and selected materials of the interior design are marked by an aesthetic of restraint.

The value of tradition.
Yet with a cosmopolitan air.

In 1896, Johann Fink took over the townhouse under the »Kleine Lauben« as an inn and a butcher’s shop. In 2023, Petra and Florian Fink, the fourth generation of the family to run fink, are renovating the building from top to bottom and thus making the authentic urban architecture of Brixen once more visible.

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The uncovering of the old walls and vaults fully respects the building’s original character. In redesigning the building with natural, ecological materials, the owners are convinced that sustainable action in all areas will result in quality that can withstand the challenges of the future.

Honouring the historic
Yet looking to the future

The hotel’s redesign is guided by the principles of sustainability in all areas, from natural building and finishing materials to the daily running of the hotel and restaurant along water- and energy-saving lines.

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Sustainable thinking and action means taking every detail into account: each day our kitchen uses fresh, preferably plant-based products from the monastery gardens of Brixen or from organic farms close by. Petra and Florian attach great importance to good teamwork, which is reflected daily in the friendly, cordial relationships within their team.