Review of Paradiso Pure.Living: Vegan-friendly luxury in Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi

Review of Paradiso Pure.Living: Vegan-friendly luxury in Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi

We review our stay at Paradiso Pure.Living in the Dolomites, South Tyrol, Northern Italy
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Advertisement disclaimer: During our time in Northern Italy, we got a complimentary stay at Paradiso Pure.Living. As always, we share our honest opinion and everything is written by us.

Vegetarian luxury at 2,000 metres

Hotel Paradiso Pure.Living is the first 100% vegetarian hotel in the Dolomites.

Being run by the same lovely people as the 100% vegan LA VIMEA in nearby Naturno and Vegan Agrivilla I Pini in Tuscany, we knew that the quality of our stay would be high. And we were not disappointed!

The hotel is located directly on the Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi plateau in a secluded yet central position.

Up here, the views are nothing short of magnificent. It’s quiet, too, which is just what we needed for deep relaxation and introspection. The food, amenities and service make the whole thing come together in perfect symphony.

Paradiso Pure.Living is like an oasis in the middle of what is already an amazing outdoor area – filled with trails that make staying here in all seasons a unique experience.

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Paradiso hotel in landscape
The hotel is surrounded by nature in one of the prettiest spots in the Dolomites.
Paradiso drone photo
Hiking in Seiser Alm
There are endless trails to explore.
Paradiso in Seiser Alm with mountains
And mountains in all directions.


Paradiso Pure.Living is located on the Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi plateau at 2,000 metres of altitude, granting immediate access to the ski slopes in winter and the hiking trails in summer.

For outdoor lovers, this is obviously ideal.

Normally, Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi can only be reached by cable car to reduce traffic.

But if you’re staying in one of the few hotels on up here (like Paradiso Pure.Living) in summer, it’s allowed to drive directly to the hotel when checking in and once again when checking out. In winter, there’s a free transfer from the Compatsch parking lot 4 kilometres away.

That also means that you are virtually alone up here in the early mornings and late at night when the cable cars aren’t running.

Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi
Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi is the largest high plateau in Europe.
Hotel location on the plateau
The hotel is located 2,000 metres above sea level, making for lovely temperatures in summer and lots of snow in winter.
Alex hiking
Hiking here is just perfect.
Seceda in the background
Just wow. You can spot Seceda in the background.
Sundeck at the hotel
Enjoy the sundeck on warm summer days with a cool drink.
Paradiso Pure.Living drone landscape
Paradiso Pure.Living is all about living consciously, sustainably and in connection with nature.
Victoria hiking

The room

Our room at Paradiso Pure.Living had a big terrace with a direct south looking view towards the jagged edges of the Rosszähne / Denti di Terrarossa mountains.

Waking up in the mountains is such a nice feeling and simply admiring the changing light and views throughout the day from the balcony can make many hours go by in serenity.

The bed was huge and very comfortable. We slept like babies, which might also have been helped by the fresh mountain air and daily hikes.

Our sofa made the room feel almost like an apartment, and space definitely wasn’t an issue.

We loved the fact that the bathroom articles were from Pure Green Cosmetics’ organic and plant-based Nature line.

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Spacious living area
Spacious living area.
View from the room
Waking up to this view was amazing.
Bedroom at the hotel
The bed was super comfortable.
We really liked the bathroom which felt truly luxurious.
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Activities and facilities at the hotel


The indoor salt-water swimming pool is the perfect place to move your body a little or just relax in the warm water after a day of skiing or hiking.

Just outside there’s also a warm salt-water whirlpool which can be used in both summertime and wintertime.

Both pools share a fantastic view to the iconic Sassolungo / Langkofel and Sasso Piatto / Plattkofel mountains. So cool!

A whirlpool with a view
A whirlpool with a (magnificent) view.
Big indoor pool
There’s also a big indoor pool.


We were quite impressed with the spa at Paradiso Pure.Living.

There are several ways to warm yourself: a hay sauna (with wild local herbs from the alpine meadows!), a Finnish sauna, an infrared sauna as well as a steam bath.

The infrared sauna was really interesting to try – warming mainly the spine in a very different way than with pure heat energy.

Meditation music plays throughout the whole area at a low volume helping to reduce any levels of stress. We liked the relaxation area, inviting us to contemplate and let go of tension.

Sauna at the hotel
The sauna is perfect for warming up in winter.
Spa area
Relax in the spa area.


The Canali gym at Paradiso Pure.Living is small but has enough equipment for you to get a solid workout in.

For cardio, there are two treadmills and two bicycle stations.

For strength, there is a kettlebell, a versatile station called The Rack as well as two strength machines. There’s also a mat on the floor for stretching and other exercises.

The Canali gym at Paradiso Pure.Living
The Canali gym at Paradiso Pure.Living.

Vegan food

Good food is taken very seriously at Paradiso Pure.Living.

Most of the produce is locally bought and organic.

It seemed like the main supplier was from nearby Bozen / Bolzano and biodynamically certified.

All veg Paradiso Pure.Living
Paradiso Pure.Living is the first all-vegetarian hotel in the Dolomites.
Vegan pea hummus
Each dish was packed with flavours and textures.
Alex with vegan pea hummus
Creative vegan dish
Everything from the food to the furniture is selected with the utmost care for nature.
Vegan dessert
The desserts were the perfect endings to the five-course meals.

Breakfast buffet

We were very impressed by the all-vegetarian breakfast buffet at Paradiso Pure.Living.

Allergens were clearly marked and so were the vegan items (of which there were plenty!)

Here’s an overview of the vegan breakfast options:

  • Hot savoury dishes: Tofu scramble and roasted potatoes.
  • Cold savoury dishes: Green salad, tomato salad, legumes-cereals-vegetables salad.
  • Plant milks and yoghurts (including oat kefir).
  • Bread: Homemade rye wholemeal, box, rusk and mixed.
  • Sweets: Hemp croissant with jam, muffin, carrot & flaxseed cake, buckwheat & blueberry cake, cacao-nut spread, sweet cream.
  • Fruit and fresh fruit juices.
  • Müsli with lots of different healthy toppings.
  • Tea and barista coffee with plant milks.

It’s also possible to order freshly cooked oatmeal made with just oats and oat milk. You can then top it yourself with fruits, müsli, seeds etc.

The croissant and tofu scramble were our favourite items.

Building our own müslis provided great variety and energy for the day ahead.

Fruit-section at the breakfast buffet
Fruit-section at the breakfast buffet.
Vegan croissants
Vegan croissants, yes please!


We didn’t get to try eating lunch at Paradiso Pure.Living but from the quality of the breakfast and dinner, we reckon it’s also pretty darn good.

The menu consists mainly of new takes on classics like spaghetti, risotto, hummus, burger and pizzas.

Five-course vegan dinner

Every night we spent at Paradiso Pure.Living we had the five-course dinner. And every night it was amazing.

It seemed like one of the five dishes were normally vegetarian but they changed it for us so all five were vegan without any problems.

The idea seemed to be: salad + kombucha, creative vegetable-based dish, soup, main course, dessert.

Homemade bread was served alongside as well.

It was easy to tell how inspired the motivated the kitchen was to provide something special for their guests.

Each dish was creative and tasty in its own right.

Plant eaters are definitely pampered for here!

Eat inside our outside, it’s up to you.
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Who should stay at Paradiso Pure.Living?

If you’re looking to recharge your energy, there are few places better to do so than at Paradiso Pure.Living.

Even if you aren’t strictly vegetarian or vegan, you’ll love the food – and feel lighter after each delicious meal.

The rooms are beautiful, the service is top-notch and the location…

Well, the photos do hopefully speak for themselves, but it’s hard to accurately capture the calm of the secluded position on the plateau. It was a very unique feeling staying in such splendour directly in nature.

Paradiso Pure.Living is a special place. Especially for skiers, hikers, mountain lovers and people who simply want to wind down and relax knowing that their every need is taken care of.

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Cows dot the landscape at Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi
Cows dot the landscape at Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi.
Peaceful surroundings
We felt at peace here.
There are so many spots from which to enjoy the nature and amazing surroundings.
Even in June there was still some snow around the peaks.
Flowers on the plateau
Visiting in summer means comfortable temperatures and flowers everywhere.
Paradiso Pure Living hotel view
We had such a fantastic time at Paradiso Pure.Living (adlink) and hope you will, too!
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