The medieval town of Glorenza with its unique, more than 500-year-old city wall is as small as it is charming. It was at the very same time as the city walls that the solemn walls of the Gruener Baum were built. The inn on Glorenza’s town square is full of history and rich with stories of generations of satisfied guests and pleasantly tired travellers—a cradle of hospitality, cultivated for centuries and gently modernised, where guests are sent on sophisticated, historically inspired journeys of the mind.
Gasthof Grüner Baum
on the main square of Medieval town Glorenza
inn, built around 1500
family-owned since 1732
renovated fin-de-siècle furniture, modern design elements
Within the historic walls of the inn
family-owned since first officially documented in 1732, the spirit of hospitality continues to live
accompanied by the entire place’s unparalleled feel.
Let your gaze wander from the roof-top terrace over the roofs of Glorenza, over the mountains and Val Venosta.