A Grand Hotel which has made the architectural leap into modernity and gained enormous flair and comfort; this is the traditional Grand Hotel Savoia, just a few steps away from Cortina’s boulevard, the Corso Italia.
The new Rosapetra Spa Resort is cool, stylish and elegant and situated two kilometres away from Cortina d’Ampezzo with a fantastic view of the surrounding mountains - this is a design pearl in a chalet style with lots of wood and stone.
Situated close to the historical centre of Courmayeur, this boutique hotel radiates the turn-of-the-century charm of 1900. Look forward to an interior and cuisine that both offer a great sense of tradition as well as meticulous attention to detail.
A hot tub at 2,255 metres above the sea-level – no sweat at the Rifugio Scoiattoli (translated: squirrel hut), a cosy hut located in the 5 Torri ski area directly next to the lit chair lift. It serves the rustic dishes typical for the Ampezzo region.
Visitors to the restaurant in this authentic chalet will love the warm atmosphere of the open fire. A good thing that the fine Italian winter cuisine invites you to stay a while longer to enjoy its 4-6 courses.
Seasonal cuisine with an alternating monthly menu and a bright, friendly ambience await guests at the Pierre Alexis 1877. Meanwhile a glance at the vaulted brick ceiling provides a pleasant suggestion of what is to come on the wine list.
Even the evening ride to this chalet restaurant is a sheer delight: guests are taken there in a snowmobile. An unusual experience that transports visitors across a romantic glacier and through a magical forest.
Natural beauty and Italian elegance: Dolomite peaks over 3,000 metres high surround almost the entire Ampezzo valley. Here, only 44 kilometres from the Austrian border, Cortina d’Ampezzo - population 6,000 - is situated, as if on a throne, the glamorous 'Queen of the Dolomites'.
Courmayeur is a popular meeting point for freeriders. And for good reason: the chances of the finest unspoilt powder snow on the slopes of Vesse, Arp Vieille, Cresta Youla, Dolonne and Mont Blanc are excellent.
Action and excitement on the slopes plus plenty of fun in the snow: that is what the BMW xDrive Cup is about. All fans of winter sports can look forward to a thrilling competition between 1 December 2016 and 30 April 2017, in which participants not only take plenty of unique memories home with them but can also win several very attractive prizes.
Those wishing to hone their skills on the slopes can do so at the Ski & Snowboard School – which offers much more than the usual courses. The programme ranges from private tuition through to group experiences off piste.