We were in Cortina for skiing, but without a car. This hotel has a great location for that situation. The staff were very helpful with explaining ski bus routes, and town maps. The location is good because it is on a ski bus route. Skiing Cortina is different than US areas because the lift bases are separated, and while Cortina is a great town to walk in, that is never much fun in ski boots. And ski rental shops want to charge you to store their own gear overnight. We were in the hotel for 6 nights. The breakfast was very good, including the coffee - all self-serve service buffet style. The internet is lobby only and a little bandwidth limited. There is a bar in the hotel, and a restaurant which tends to be full of guests doing a package deal. So we ate in town. One unusual feature is that the ski/boot locker is underground - like a wine cellar.
Just to expand on skiing in Cortina: The ski area does not feel it has to have some magic percentage of beginner, intermediate, expert runs, so the runs are very consistently graded. Red (which is intermediate) is equivalent to North American blues in Whistler (ie what many areas would call blue-black). Black is black. Almost all runs were groomed to perfection, and since we were there in March without recent snow, going off-piste was not a good option. Scenery and food on the hill are fantastic.
Traveller from bucks county PA USA
Located near the slopes, this Cortina d'Ampezzo Historic Centre hotel is in the mountains and within a 5-minute walk of …More
Very relaxing experience - hotel's spa is a great way to soothe aching feet after a day hiking in the nearby valleys or mountain trails. Service is excellent and we found the staff to be exceptionally helpful. The room is not only comfortable but invites you to spend more time in it, which is no small achievement considering the siren call of the mountains and forest immediately outside its doors. Great location with onsite (covered) parking; highly recommended!
Scott from Windham, NH, USA
Located in the mountains, this Madonna di Campiglio hotel offers ski-in/ski-out access and is within a 5-minute walk of …More
The hotel is literally 200m from Mori station & perfect for us travelling without a car (great if you like to walk or cycle). There is a fantastic river walk/ cycle path that takes you safely to nearby villages & pizza restaurant just down the road. The view from our hotel room was of mountains & absoloutly beautiful. The hotel itself was great. The room had a huge & comfertable bed - but a window through to the bathroom which was a bit wierd. The room although near a main road was very quiet, staff spoke very good english, breakfast was great as long as you got there before 9am. After that there was very litle left & to go anywhere else for breakfast was a bit of a trek first thing. We will visit the area again with our bikes & would recommend the hotel to any of our friends.
Traveller from Hampshire
This family-friendly Rovereto hotel is located on the riverwalk, within 2 mi (3 km) of Darma Welness and Ruina Dantesca …More
This hotel meets all the basic needs. The rooms are quite minimalist with a very efficient design.
The front desk staff are friendly and very gave us information on where things were in the valley and recommended some hikes for us.
We ate breakfast and dinner at the restaurant and were very happy with the meals and the staff.
Traveller from Calgary, Canada
Located near the slopes, this Santa Cristina Val Gardena hotel is in the mountains and within 1 mi (2 km) of Rifugio Firenze …More