This country might not be showered in catered chalets like France, but the good news is that most of the chalets Italy does have can be found in the Sella Ronda resorts.
And the set up works swimmingly: you wake up to a breakfast arranged by your chalet hosts, with cooked options most mornings to really fuel you up for roaming one of the most beautiful ski areas on earth. On five or six days of the week (it depends on the chalet but the hosts either get one or two days off) you’ll return back to afternoon tea - think freshly baked cakes, cookies, toast and such. Then after some downtime or après ski (don’t forget to catch the sunset here at least once) your supper’s served with vino to enjoy alongside other guests. Having most meals under one roof keeps holiday hassle fabulously low, but the restaurants in the Sella Ronda resorts are too good to miss out on entirely – which makes the hosts day/s off, when tea and supper aren’t served, just what you need.
Catered chalets are wonderfully sociable, so if you’re looking for ski buddies to enjoy the Sella Ronda with, a chalet works perfectly. There’s so much to explore in this region, so getting to know your hosts and other guests is a super way to pick up some recommendations of where to ski, drink and eat.
If you’d prefer more opportunity to eat out – in a region as food focussed as this that’s utterly understandable – our self-catered chalets could be just the ticket. Enjoy the cosy nature of a mountainside lodge and explore the fabulous eateries South Tyrol has to offer. With kitted-out kitchens, Sella Ronda’s self-catered chalets also give you the option to cook for yourself if you’d prefer.
Selva and Canazei are the Sella Ronda region’s main bases for ski chalets, both giving you excellent access onto the piste network. If you want to widen your search, browse all ski chalets in Italy or everything on offer worldwide.
If one of these chalets catches your eye or you have any questions, drop us a line. With expert knowledge and impartial advice, we’ll help you find the perfect ski trip – SNO problem!