Hotel Sport Hotel Teresa
- Half board
- Indoor tennis court & gym
- Billiard room
- Small unsupervised children's play room
- Heated ski lockers
- Free Wi-Fi in public areas
- Free use of Spa & wellness area with swimming pool, hot tub, three saunas & steam room
- Massage & beauty treatments are available
Rooms: All rooms are spacious, beautifully furnished and feature TV with digital channels, telephone, hairdryer, minibar, mini-safe and bathroom with bath or shower & wc.
Traditional rooms (1-2 people): Twin or double bedded rooms have a sitting area and most rooms have a balcony.
Comfort rooms (3-4 people): Larger rooms with twin or double beds and a double sofa-bed have a sitting area and most rooms have a balcony.
Superior rooms (3-4 people): Gorgeous and well
appointed rooms have twin or double beds and a double sofa-bed. These
rooms also feature a jacuzzi bath or sauna, walk-in closet and most rooms have a balcony or terrace.
Junior Suites (3-4 people): Large and elegant Junior Suites have twin or double beds and a double sofa-bed. These rooms also feature a sitting area and most rooms have a balcony.
Meals: Half Board.
Hot and cold buffet breakfast and four–course evening meal. Christmas and New Year Gala dinner included.
- Ski lift - 350m (Sponata chairlift)
- Gondola - 1.5km (La Villa Piz La Ila gondola). Free hotel-run shuttle bus runs regularly
- Ski school meeting point - 1.5km at La Villa Piz La Ila gondola
- Resort centre - 500m
- Ski bus stop - Outside the hotel
Corvara Resort Info
Found in the Alta Badia ski area and a linked offshoot of the Sella Ronda circuit, Corvara is one of the bigger villages. It is also one of the more lively. There are lots of restaurants, bars and hotels and, as one recent visitor has noted, 'if you like good food and great wine and beer, this is the place for you'. The other villages on the circuit offer even more eateries, but drinking and driving is just as stupid in Italy as it is anywhere else. Corvara is very conveniently positioned to get the most out of the region's skiing, much of which favours intermediate cruisers and beginners. Experts may well want to stay in nearby Arabba for some of best tough stuff in the Italian Alps. Unfortunately, as with the less well-known Italian resorts, foreign languages are not widely spoken, so ski school in particular can be a bit of a problem.
Overall, Corvara is a good spot for getting the best of the Alta Badia and the Sella Ronda areas – also offering plenty to occupy your stomach in the evenings…
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