Where to Stay – Val di Fiemme

Hotel La Stua 4* (Cavalese)

The Hotel la Stua lies in the very centre of Cavalese at the corner with the Piazza dei Francescani, right at the beginning of the village. Despite it’s centrality, the hotel is quiet and peaceful, a calm corner with a well equipped garden where you can enjoy the view on the tower of San Sebastiano and the Lagorai Group while being enlighted by candles made of pure wax. Enjoy delicate meat and venison until late… with superfine local Grappas.

Ask for the rooms with views to the Piazza and avoid the ones with rooms to the side of the building, so you have more light!

The restaurant is very nice, breakfast is very good, and the attention is great. There is a small spa downstairs with a sauna, steam bath, hot tub and a small area for relaxing with some lounge chairs. You can reserve a massage in advance as well. http://www.hotellastua.com/en/1/2853/hotel-la-stua.htm

Restaurant Hotel La Stua - Photo by The-Ski-Guru
Restaurant Hotel La Stua – Photo by The-Ski-Guru

Hotel La Roccia 4* (Cavalese) Big hotel with lots of services and a big spa, with nice views over the valley of Val di Fiemme – Near downtown, (going through the back door of the hotel), just across the municipal gym and pool. Big well appointed rooms. http://www.hotellaroccia.it/lang/EN/homepage

Hotel Garni Laurino 4 Sup (Cavalese) – Lovely small hotel with lots of charm, each room is different; the attention to detail is great. Located in downtown Cavalese, but on a quiet road. Serves great breakfasts and have a lovely living room and bar area. http://www.hotelgarnilaurino.it/EN/

Hotel Garni Laurino - Photo by The-Ski-Guru
Hotel Garni Laurino – Photo by The-Ski-Guru

Hotel Orso Grigio 4* (Cavalese) Excellent location in downtown Cavalese, the hotel has been recently refurbished; all rooms are modern and well appointed. It has a spa in the lower ground floor and a good restaurant. https://www.hotelorsogrigio.it/

Romantic Hotel Excelsior 4* (Cavalese) A former 3 stars that has been refurbished and houses the Michelin star restaurant El Molin. Very well located in a lovely old grand building (Palace Riccabona) http://www.excelsiorcavalese.com/EN/ 

Hotel Castelir 4 Sup (Panchià) – lovely small hotel with very nice suites, a bit tucked away of it all, serves breakfast and offers dinner in their sister 3* hotel across the street. Lovely spa. http://www.castelir.it/en-us/p/47/home

View from one of the suites' terraces at Hotel Castelir. Photo by The-Ski-Guru
View from one of the suites’ terraces at Hotel Castelir. Photo by The-Ski-Guru

Hotel Nele – 3*Sup (Ziano di Fiemme) A 3* superior hotel, all refurbished with nice rooms and nice common areas. It has a residence next door with apartments with kitchenette, very nice family owner, well located for the Marcialonga (the cross country race that takes place in January every year). The father of the family was one of the organisers of this iconic race. The hotel has lots of old pictures showcasing the race in its corridors- http://www.hotelnele.com/en/

Hotel Alpino – 3* (Varena) – Family hotel in the town of Varena – relatively nearby the ski center Latemar and also the cross country area of Lavazé Pass (the extended family is owner of Lo Scoiattolo, at the base of Pampeago (Ski Center Latemar – more below)- https://www.hotelalpinovarena.it/en – 3 km from Cavalese- the hotel has some new rooms that are tastefully decorated.

Hotel Veronza 3* (Carano) – rooms and apartments with a big spa including an indoor pool. Originally a time-share, it is located in the small town of Carano, good to ski either in Alpe Cermis as is near Cavalese or Centro Sci Latemar. Great family hotel with lots of activities and areas dedicated to the little ones. http://www.hotelveronza.it/inverno/

Lo Scoiattolo 4* (Tesero) – One of the only hotels in the base of Pampeago – Ski Center Latemar – and the only 4*, just across the parking lot from the start and the end of the pistes. Pretty much ski in (not ski out, as you have to walk across the parking lot to get to the chairlifts of the base area). Nice rooms, family rooms, great spa with indoor pool and outside hot tub; good bar for après-ski or late pizza dinner bar. Very good option if you came to Val di Fiemme to ski every day. Ski Center Latemar is the biggest of the ski areas of Val di Fiemme. http://www.scoiattolo.it/en/

Reception Hotel Nele- Photo by The-Ski-Guru
Reception Hotel Nele- Photo by The-Ski-Guru

Hotel Torretta 3* (Bellamonte) – traditional family hotel with classic décor managed by a third generation family owners. You can see the mother of the actual General Manager, still overseeing what is going on. The hotel is in a great location for its views; you can see the Lagorai Chain and the Pale de San Martino. Better placed to ski at Alpe Luisa, and good also for getting a transfer for getting to Val di Fassa and ski the Sella Ronda (a carousel that interconnects 1200 km of slopes, the largest ski carousel in the world). http://www.hoteltorrettabellamonte.it/

Agriturismo Pianrestel (Cavalese) A small house that works as a farm and offers bed and breakfast in an agriturismo setting. 1 km from Cavalese and 800 meters from the lift to Alpe Cermis- It has well appointed rooms, with a nice restaurant and spa. http://www.agriturpianrestel.com/

 

Agriturismo Pianrestel- Photo by The-Ski-Guru
Agriturismo Pianrestel- Photo by The-Ski-Guru

 

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Featured Image: View of the San Sebastiano Tower in downtown Cavalese from a room in the fourth floor of the 4* Hotel Orso Grigio in downtown Cavalese- Photo by The-Ski-Guru

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