Alpine-style ski hotel with a restaurant with regional dishes and excellent espresso at breakfast surrounded by silence in the forest but also only a short drive to Cortina d’Ampezzo.
✔ Cortina d’Ampezzo (Dolomiti Superski)
✔ Direct access to the ski slopes
✔ Double, twin and family rooms
✔ Restaurant (lunch & dinner)
✔ Excellent espresso
✔ In the middle of the forest (peace & quiet!)
✔ Closest airport: Treviso
This beautiful ski hotels is set in the forests surrounding Cortina d’Ampezzo. We just love it for its quiet position, the nearest house is a few miles away, and the stunning views of the Dolomite mountains.
From the hotel you have direct access to the ski slopes and when you return after a day’s skiing you can enjoy the regional and Italian food in the Alpine-style à la carte restaurant (the restaurant is also open for lunch).
In the morning a sweet Italian buffet-style breakfast is waiting for you and excellent espresso is served in the bar all day long.
The Alpine-style rooms have wood furniture and the natural enviroment to enjoy from your own private balcany (not all rooms).
✔ Great restaurant choice
✔ Quality shopping
✔ Snow guarantee from the end of November until late April
✔ Free-of-charge ski buses
✔ 120 km of ski slopes
✔ 55 km of beginners ski slopes
✔ 46 km of intermediate ski slopes
✔ 19 km of advanced ski slopes
✔ 38 ski lifts
✔ 9 ski schools
Cortina is located in impressive Ampezzo valley at an altitude of 1224 meters. From the slopes you have stunning views of the majestic Dolomites.
The ski season is guaranteed from the end of November until late April. The ski area of Cortina d’Ampezzo comprises three mountain ranges connected by a free-of-charge ski bus.
Beginners will find the best slopes in the Pocol area with many easy beginners runs. Advanced skiers will get better respite in the area below the 3243 meter high Tofane, a proud Dolomites Mountain. The World Cup, Nordic Skiing Championships and numerous other ski competitions of every type have been held in Cortina.
Cortina is one of the most cosmopolitan ski resorts of Italy and especially popular among Italian celebrities for their yearly ski break. In Cortina you can see next season’s fashion trends by walking through the streets of the village center. There are numerous shops, from fashion boutiques, to sports shops, antique shops and art galeries.
Cortina d’Ampezzo is part of the Dolomiti Superski area. You can use your ski pass for 1200 km of ski runs in 12 ski areas of the Dolomiti Superski area