Bellavista Hotel Emma, Kronplatz

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Location - where is Bellavista Hotel Emma

• 2 minutes by ski bus to the gondola • 15 minute walk to the resort centre • public ski bus every 20 minutes

Overview - hotel description - Bellavista Hotel Emma description

Modern, stylish and open plan hotel set just up from San Vigilio's picturesque village, conveniently within walking distance to the lift and centre of town. The hotel has excellent facilities with a large wellness area that has panoramic views across the valley as well as a selection of saunas and treatments, ideal after a long day on the slopes. The Alpine style bedrooms are modern, yet traditional, each with a balcony looking out to the mountains and with excellent facilities.

Facilities - Bellavista Hotel Emma features

• bar and lounge area • sun terrace • wine cellar • TV area • free entrance to wellness area with panoramic indoor pool • solarium, treatments, relaxation room, bio sauna, Finnish sauna • steam room exclusive to over 16 year olds only • hotel run kids' club available 4pm-7pm, Mon-Thurs • hotel shuttle available on request to lifts and village centre

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

for 2 people on half board sharing a 'Comfort Alpine' room with twin beds, private shower, WC and balcony. Triple rooms are available at a supplement. All rooms have satellite TV, hairdryer, safe, bathrobes, minibar, telephone and WiFi

Meals - food and drink in Bellavista Hotel Emma

• extensive hot and cold buffet breakfast • 5 course evening meal with choice of starter and main course and salad buffet • Christmas gala dinner included • lunch available on request • afternoon tea is available from 3.30pm-5.30pm

We update Bellavista Hotel Emma's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Kronplatz - about holidays in Kronplatz - about ski holidays in Kronplatz - about ski holidays in Kronplatz Italy

Authentic Tyrolean charm Pristine pistes Excellent lift system

It’s hard to believe somewhere with so many accolades should be relatively unheard of in comparison to the European big guns, but Kronplatz is always a deserving champion. Ticking off all the essentials, this South-Tyrolean destination is home to charming villages, superb skiing, amazing food and lively après – with an exceptionally modern lift system that’s truly world-class.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Foodies Non-skiers

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Snow Report: Top cm, Bottom cm

Snow Forecast: cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 57.83cm

Kronplatz trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck105km, 1hr 40mins
Region:Italy, Dolomites
First opened:1963

Kronplatz lift pass price last reported as 214-243€ (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Bellavista Hotel Emma.
Night skiing: Yes
Kronplatz has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 813m - 1201m
Top of slopes: 2275m
Bottom of piste: 950m
Vertical drop: 1325m
Total length of trails:116km
Longest piste:Ried 7km
Voted ‘Italy’s best Ski Resort’ by Mountain Management in 2012, Kronplatz is nestled in South-Tyrol amid the natural parks of a legendary UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Italian Dolomites. It’s the largest of 3 resorts in the Pustertal valley, having around 3 times the ski area of neighbouring Speikboden and Klausberg. You’d be forgiven for being a little puzzled by these Austrian names – and understandably so, considering Kronplatz et al sit pretty comfortably within the Italian border. To clear this u...
The skiing is mostly concentrated on the Kronplatz mountain, great for nailing maximum piste-time without the hassle of travelling over to different regions. The beginners’ skiing is fantastic, with plenty of gentle and spacious pistes. An awesome set of blue runs include Plateau and Sonne at the summit and Miara, a lovely long training slope extending down to the main gondola at San Vigilio. The children’s Safety Park beside the Olang run has a medley of natural and manmade obstacles as well as room to pra...
There’s a fine choice of mountain venues that come alive in the afternoons. The rustic CoroneS Hutte at Concordia 2000 switches from serving lunches in its restaurant to schnapps and bombardinos in its umbrella bar, meanwhile Kron-Treff next door gets the drinks flowing to some pumping music. Further down in the valley, Bus Stop at San Vigilio is one of the resort’s most popular go-to’s, the DJ’s and live bands tend to draw in quite a bustling crowd, whilst karaoke nights and themed parties can get pretty ...

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