Ski shop; ski room with boot dryer; spa with treatment rooms, saunas, crushed-ice well and fitness room; free WiFi throughout. In rooms: kitchenette (refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, Nespresso machine); balcony; flatscreen TV; hairdryer; felt bag containing bathrobes, towels and slippers.
Marvel at the Dolomites from the comfort of east-facing Claraia’s sleek couch. Honeymooners should book Bellerophon, which has a terrace running the length of the apartment and Lagazuoi mountain views. Ammonite has a seductive leather-upholstered bed, an open fireplace in its living room and a Kneipp shower.
Layered thermals to take on your alpine adventures. With these mountain views, a camera is obligatory.
The hotel is wheelchair accessible throughout; Suite Daonella is specially adapted for mobility-impaired guests.
The apartment-style lodging is ideal for families – cots or extra beds are €15; €50 for over-threes. Claraia, Daonella and the Ammonite suite have two bedrooms. Babysitting can be arranged.
Cots are €15 if your babies are three years old or younger; €50 a day for older children.
Babies and up. Some bedrooms have bunk beds.
All the suites are well suited to families, thanks to the separate living room and well-equipped kitchen. The Ammonite room has a huge terrace, four-person kitchen table, master bedroom and a second bedroom room with bunk beds.
Kids can enjoy trips to the playgrounds and adventure park, and ski kindergarten and sledging are musts. Year-round guided excursions around the Dolomites are sure to please the little ones and parents alike.
There’s no children’s menu, but the suites have self-catering facilities so you can store milk/small jars/baby food in the in-room refrigerator, or even arrange for the hotel to buy and stock your groceries.
Can be arranged (€20 an hour).
No need to pack
Baby bottle warmers, toys (balls, cars, etc.), baby-carrying backpacks and a buggy are available to hire.
The hotel uses uses solar energy, LED lights, and optimal thermal insulation, and all the building materials come from local sources: slate and loam, Swiss pine and spruce and loden and linen fabrics.