Typical Alpine hotel offering good standard of accommodation, close to the resort centre too!
- Half Board
- Bar & lounge
- Ski & Boot Room
- Sun terrace
- Children's play room
- Free Wi-fi
The chalet-style Hotel Europa’s a really charming find – think wood panelling outside and in, and rustic paintings and antlers hanging on the walls. It’s perfectly placed too, with the slopes just behind you and Madonna’s bars and restaurants a short stroll away, so you can really make the most of what the stylish ski resort has to offer.
Start each day with a full-on buffet spread, with everything from pastries and sausages to omelettes and pancakes. And when the evening rolls around, you’ll be tucking into proper Italian fare – and with five courses, there’s plenty of it. Fancy a nightcap? Head to the bar for a tipple, and if you like trying what’s local, ask for wine or grappa from the area.
2 minutes' walk to the Pradalago gondola
3 minutes' walk to the resort centre
1 minute's walk to the ski bus stop
All rooms are non-smoking and have a flatscreen TV with English channels, hairdryer, telephone, free WiFi and safe.
Double room - sleeps 2-4: Double bed, private shower and WC.
Cots are available to hire for approx. €25 per night, payable locally.
Occasional live music
Games room with a pool table, table football, table tennis and board games
Kids' play area
Boot room with heated boot rack
Lift to all floors
Offered on a half board basis, breakfast will include a selection of hot and cold options
including cereals, fruit, yogurts, freshly baked breads and pastries, fresh coffee and tea.
A freshly prepared evening meal is provided with a good selection of local and internationally inspired dishes.
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…
Lively Night Life
Lively and Young
• Via Cima Tosa, 81, 38086 Madonna di Campiglio TN, Italy
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