Comfortable hotel with welcome spa facilities at the end of a hard day's skiing!
- Half Board
- Bar & restaurant
- Spa with gym, sauna & hot tub
- Reading & TV room
- Wi-Fi Available
The Hotel Belvedere offers its guests a warm, sophisticated atmosphere with elegantly furnished public rooms and a restaurant sporting panoramic views. This attractive hotel has the comforts of home and provides a free shuttle bus to the lifts and ski storage on the main slopes. Facilities include bar, restaurant, reading and TV room, wellness centre with gym and free Wi-Fi in the lobby.
Alternative Packages Available
- 800m from the nearest lifts
- Free shuttle bus service runs at set times (8.15-10.30am and 3-6pm)
- Hotel shuttle is supplemented by resort bus (€2pp)
- All rooms have bath or shower, hairdryer, telephone, TV, safe and minibar.
- Mountain view rooms with balcony are available at a supplement
- Cable or satellite programmes
- Internet connection
- Minibar or fridge
- Room safe
- Reading & TV room
- Spa with gym, steam room, sauna, whirlpool (Free)
- Massage & solarium (pay locally)
- Secure ski deposit on the main piste
- TV room
- Turkish bath
- Buffet breakfast
- 4 course dinner with choice including extensive salad, vegetable and dessert buffets
- Christmas and New Year's Eve gala dinners included
- If pre-advised the hotel can cater for special diets
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Most probably the best resort in the Milky Way, Sestriere was the first purpose-built village in the Alps. It hosted the 1997 World Championships and ran many of the races at the 2006 Turin Olympic Games. Because it's at high altitude, there is top-class snow, supported by widespread snowmaking. All levels of skier should find something to sink their teeth into. There is steep terrain and off-piste for advanced skiers, great scope for intermediates and good facilities for beginners. This is all supported by a continually improving lift system, which only gets overloaded at weekends and on major holidays.
The resort itself is not overly attractive, as opposed to the stunning scenery around, but it does have everything you need off-snow: plenty for non-skiers to do, a good range of restaurants, mainly hotel-based accommodation and up-tempo nightlife at the weekends, which caters to the Italian brigades up from Turin and Milan.
Overall, Sestriere is a surprisingly good value resort, considering its renown. It's also an excellent base for exploring the Milky Way, with its own all-ability pistes to satisfy everyone. Ignoring the less-than-heavenly architecture, this is one of the best Italian resorts.