Centrally located hotel with a good reputation for food
- Half Board
- Hapsburg style dining room
- Small spa with sauna, hot tub & steam room
- Weekly entertainment
- Wi-Fi Available
The striking Hapsburg style Hotel Dolomiti was one of the first hotels in Canazei and is in the centre of the resort. The hotel offers a truly retro experience, taking you back in time with its distinctive architecture and feeling of history. It is a traditional and lively hotel offering comfortable accommodation and has friendly, welcoming staff. The restaurant pizzeria cafè bar pub Kaisertube is connected to the hotel.
LocationIn the centre of Canazei, 5 minutes’ walk (500m) to the Belvedere gondola and 100m from ski bus stop.
- All Classic rooms have bath or shower, hairdryer, telephone, safe, TV and minibar. The larger Prestige rooms have whirlpool bath or jet shower.
- Single rooms with bath or shower are also available.
- Extra beds in twin rooms can be double sofa bed or bunk beds.
- Minibar or fridge
- Room safe
- Hapsburg style dining room, bar and lounge
- Public pizzeria/restaurant where guests receive a 10% discount
- Small spa with sauna, whirlpool and steam room
- Weekly entertainment
- Car parking - indoor
- Car parking - outdoor
- Age restriction on nightclub
- Ski room
- Thermal indoor jacuzzi
- Credit cards accepted
- Fitness room
- Buffet breakfast
- 4 course evening meal with choice and salad buffet
- Christmas and New Year gala dinners included
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About Canazei di Fassa
Canazei is on the Sella Ronda circuit, giving 175km of pistes to cover. Most of it caters for intermediates and, with the aid of improved lifts, the whole domain is easily accessible. Canazei itself is quite large, but maintains its charm and traditional appeal. The local skiing is easy, but all the slopes rely on one lift from the village and this can create queues. There is one run back down, but that can often be closed due to a lack of snow. The village itself has decent accommodation (hotels and chalets), a good range of shops, bars, clubs and restaurants - après-ski can be lively. One slight failing of the smaller Italian resorts is a lack of foreign language spoken in ski schools and Canazei is no exception. The childcare available is also fairly minimal.
Overall, Canazei is a less well-known resort that offers good lower ability skiing on the Sella Ronda and plenty to do off the slopes. Verona has the nearest airport, two and a half hours away.