Good 3* apartments in a central location
- Self Catering
- In the heart of town, 1 minute's walk to the lifts
- Simple apartments, a good value base for your ski trip
- Wi-fi Available
The residence Sport Campiglio is right on the central square in Madonna di Campiglio, in the heart of the pedestrianised zone. It’s less than 100m to the slopes and lifts, and there are a number of shops and restaurants around. The apartments themselves are simple with sturdy wooden furniture and cheerful green details. Each has a kitchenette with a hob, microwave and fridge, so you can prepare your own meals – or just skip the hassle and explore the many fine eateries in town.
- overlooking the main square in the resort centre
- 1 minute's walk to the 5 Laghi lift
- 1 minute's walk to the bus stop
- 2 minutes' walk to the nursery slopes
All apartments have a kitchenette with hobs, microwave, fridge and kettle; flatscreen TV, hairdryer and safe. Towels, linen and end-of-stay cleaning are included.
Type B Apartment (35m²) - sleeps 2-3: Double bedroom, living room with single sofa bed and bathroom with bath and WC.
Type C Apartment (40m²) - sleeps 2-4: Double bedroom, living room with double sofa bed, bathroom with bath or shower and WC. Some with balcony.
Type E Apartment (65m²) - sleeps 2-6: Double bedroom, bedroom with bunk beds, living room with double sofa bed, bathroom with bath or shower and WC. Some with balcony.
Cots are available to hire for €5 per night. Please request at time of booking. Charge is payable locally with hotelier and is subject to change.
- free WiFi in reception
- ski room with lockers and heated boot rack
- laundry facilities
- lift to all floors
Offered on a self catered basis, guests will be able to collect provisions from the nearby supermarkets or enjoy sampling the regional and internationally inspired cuisine in one of the many local restaurants
About Madonna di Campiglio
Madonna is up there with Cortina as one of Italy's most exclusive ski resorts. This is another venue where posing can be more important than skiing. It's also where the young crowd come to promenade, party and, occasionally, ski. It's a shame more skiing and boarding isn't done, because the 90km of pistes offer good stuff for all, particularly beginners and intermediates. Experts will find a few testing black runs and some off-piste. Boarders come here in hordes, which is partly to do with the nightlife. The snow is usually fine, piste maintenance is first-class, as are the lifts, which keep queues to a minimum. More skiing is only a bus ride away, at Folgarida.
Most visitors come back time and again for the general ambience of the place. Madonna is a well-planned, modern 'traditional' resort, with great scenery to match. There are posh hotels, excellent restaurants and hectic nightlife. These tend to cost a bit more than peanuts, so bring your credit card. Oh yes - don't forget your mobile phone, either. In Madonna everyone seems to have one. If you like to be part of the in-crowd, this is one of the best possible choices, but be sure to bring your glad rags. The skiing is decent and should be exploited, but please remember it's not cool to be on the slopes before 11am…