At the Hotel Maribel there is a gourmet restaurant set in an ancient Stube of a manor house from 1850. According to the nineteenth century tradition, it was the only heated environment of the house because there was a stove, a word that in Italian derives from Stube. Generally the room was exposed to the south in order to make the most of the heat and sunlight during long winters. One of the most frequent and characteristic details is the internal lining, which is made entirely of worked wood with profusion of details and artistic ornaments.
The stube is also accessible to those who do not stay at the hotel and is only open in the winter season.
The Hotel Maribel also has a restaurant inside the hotel itself, reserved for hotel guests and accessible through the ground floor.