Situated at the foot of the Sassongher Massif with commanding stunning views across the rest of Corvara
- Half Board
- Ski bus stop right outside the hotel
- Hotel mini bus service to take you the 800m to the lift
- Beauty treatments
- Heated ski storage
- Situated above the village with splendid views of the Sassongher Mountains
- 5 minutes’ walk (500m) to the village centre and the Piz la Ila gondola that links to the Sella Ronda ski route.
- Free daily shuttle service to Corvara, from 8.30-11.30am and from 12.30-5pm, as well as on request.
- Superior rooms are larger than standard rooms with a separate seating area
- Bath or shower
- Satellite TV
- Minibar or fridge
- Room safe
- Piano bar, wine stube and smokers lounge
- 3 restaurants with different themes such as Hunters, Bambole and Romantic
- The Daniella Steiner spa with indoor swimming pool, whirlpool (FREE); private whirlpool,
- Private spa with two combined massage rooms, Daniela Steiner Beauty & Spa Studios, steam bath, Vitarium Finnish Sauna, Hunter’s Sauna with pinewood fragrances
- infrared sauna, Vital Dome (purification with infrared rays)
- Relaxation room with water beds and loungers
- Solarium (pay locally)
- Free WI-FI in lobby area.
- Hot and cold buffet breakfast
- Excellent 5 course dinner (choice of main course). Vegetarian menu also available.
- Weekly speciality buffet, hors d’oeuvres, salad and dessert buffets.
- Christmas and New Year gala dinners included (jacket and tie requested).
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…