Highlights & tips.



Grand Hotel Savoia *****.

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.


Rosapetra Spa Resort *****.

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.


Cristallo Hotel Spa & Golf*****.

The best hotel in town. Built in 1901, the Cristallo is the embodiment of all things Italian in terms of luxury, style and charm. La Dolce Vita - from the rooms and the spa facilities to the cuisine.


Miramonti Majestic Grand Hotel*****.

The Miramonti used to be a favoured celebrity haunt. It has retained its old-fashioned style, and, thanks to its elegance, the Miramonti in Cortina is still as popular as ever.


Hotel Ambra Meublé****.

A building in the Alpine style so typical for Cortina: beautiful painted frescoes and wooden balconies. The Ambra is the perfect alternative to the expensive luxury hotels, friendly service included.


Rifugio Scoiattoli.

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.


Restaurant Mulsanne at the Park Hotel Faloria.

Creative dishes are the Mulsanne's speciality. They like to take a totally fresh approach to Cortina's traditional cuisine.


Ristorante Al Capriolo.

The restaurant can look back on a long tradition, as it used to be a stage coach stop on the Venice - Tyrol - Bavaria route. It now serves classic regional dishes, as well as totally new creations.


Ristorante Tivoli.

It's all in the mix: a combination of classic culinary skills and typical regional produce, always complemented by fresh fish from Venice or Chioggia.

Insider Tipps

The Queen of the Dolomites.

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'.
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