Stay at the Rosa Alpina
In the lee of the towering Dolomites sits a village of considerable charm, at the heart of its winding lanes lies a hotel whose appealing period facade – while beautiful – still doesn’t prepare you for the treasures hidden within, a 3-Michelin-starred restaurant and world-class spa.With such an array of fine dining and relaxation opportunities available on-site, it would be tempting to skip the skiing or hiking altogether. But that would be a mistake, venturing out and into the stunning mountains makes returning to the roaring fires at the end of the day so much more rewarding. Get out and earn your luxury.
In the heart of San Cassiano village, which in the wintertime boasts 130km of ski slopes and in the summer enough hiking, biking and climbing to tire the most energetic outdoors enthusiast. Innsbruck or Venice are around a two-and-a-half hours' drive away.
51 rooms and suites all with a seating area. Rooms can be interconnected to accommodate families and groups. For those wishing to truly relax after a day on the slopes the luxurious rooftop three-bedroom Chalet Zeno comes with a private garden and hot tub.
Who is it for
Couples and families alike will both love the Rosa Alpina’s blend of history, tradition and modern luxury. Food fans will be especially pleased by the hotel’s own 3 Michelin star restaurant. Ski fans take note, this is not ski in ski out, a short transfer to the slopes is required.
Amenities & Activities
Two spas, one with an indoor pool, the other an adult-only affair with saunas and a hammam. Two fabulous restaurants, the Michelin-starred St. Hubertus, and the Limonaia which makes up for its lack of stars with stunning views of the Dolomites, a further wine bar and grill, and the diminutive Fondue Stube – a tiny restaurant serving traditional melted delicacies.