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We had a really nice week and the hotel was good. They sort of upgraded us to a private dining area which was nice but a bit weird in that it was very quiet! The whole hotel was pretty quiet – there are a couple of nice bars there but one night we were the only 2 people in the whole bar! The staff were very ni... + more
Mike G., Chester
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Accommodation
Half Board
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Grand Hotel Paradiso

virtually ski-in, ski-out
1 minute's walk to the chairlift
2 minutes' walk to the gondola
10 minutes' walk to the resort centre
1 minute's walk to the free shuttle bus stop

Overview - hotel description - Grand Hotel Paradiso description

The Grand Paradiso is a high-quality hotel in an ideal location. Just behind the building is the Serodine chairlift, giving access to the south-facing beginner slopes and linking to the Ponte di Legno gondola. A short, two-minute walk over the road is the Paradiso gondola, which whisks you up to the Presena glacier.

The hotel itself is second to none in Passo Tonale. Its warm, contemporary rooms are tastefully furnished with natural stone and wood to create a cosy mountain atmosphere, while the communal areas are subtly stylish with great views of the valley. There are two onsite restaurants where guests can enjoy their evening meals. The main restaurant serves a range of fine local foods and regional wines, while the Pasta & Pizza à la carte restaurant (one visit per week is included on half-board, drinks included) serves up classic favourites - just like it says on the tin. The bar downstairs has separate areas dedicated to different Italian tipples, with warm, cosy seating areas for a chilled-out evening indoors.

There’s a wellness centre with a grotto-style indoor swimming pool and hot tub, alongside a multitude of treatment rooms, saunas, special showers and a steam room to relax in (local charges apply). Alternatively, you can hit the fully-equipped gym, or have some fun in the games room. There's a heated boot room with your own allocated locker, plus ski hire is on-site, so no need to lug your equipment around town.

If you've got the little ones in tow, they'll be well looked after in our Pepi Penguin Nursery or Beanie Bear Club, which are based in the hotel. Your kids will have trampolines, soft play and any number of games to play with when they're not out in the snow.

The rest of the town is a short walk or free public ski bus away, but with so much to do in the hotel and at your doorstep you'll really have no need to go any further.

Families - any extra notes for parents with children

The Grand Hotel Paradiso is host to Pepi Penguin Nursery and Beanie Bear Club, which are open to all children staying at this hotel only.


Pepi Penguin Nursery (6 months - 4 years) is run by our UK-qualified childcare staff and held in a dedicated room equipped with games and toys. Outdoor play included (weather and parental consent permitting).


What's included:


• Full-day care from 8.30am – 5pm

• 2-course hot lunch

• Snacks and drinks throughout the day

• A daily routine and activities report for your child


Activities vary daily. We'll find time for stories, singing, arts and crafts including painting and collage making, plus messy play in the sand tray and free play with age-relevant toys set out for the children to choose what they want to do.


We're also really keen to take in some fresh mountain air each day, so we aim to have an outdoor activity at least once a day – maybe snowy walks, a gondola ride or snow painting. And if your child is used to a sleep, we'll factor that in too.



Beanie Bear Club (3/4-8 years) provides plenty of fun-filled days as our childcare staff offer a combination of care and skiing, which includes 6 x morning ski lessons, pick-up and drop-off from ski lessons, lunch and either full-day or half-day care by staff in the dedicated Beanie Bear Club room.


Full-day Beanie Bear Club includes:


• Full-day care from 8.30am – 5pm

• 6 x morning ski lessons, ski school drop-offs and pick-ups*

• Child skis, boots and helmet hire

• 2-course hot lunch

• Snacks and drinks throughout the day

• Afternoon games and outdoor fun


New for Winter 20/21 – half-day Beanie Bear Club includes:


Half-day care from 8.30am – 2pm

• 6 x morning ski lessons, ski school drop-offs and pick-ups*

• Child skis, boots and helmet hire

• 2-course hot lunch

• Snacks and drinks throughout the day


* Lift passes aren't included as each child's needs are different. If and when your child feels confident enough to use the lifts, you'll need to buy a lift pass locally.


Activities vary daily to include games, arts and crafts and storytime and are often based around a theme.


We're also really keen to take in some fresh mountain air each day, so we aim to have an outdoor activity at least once a day – maybe bus bingo, snowman competitions or a treasure hunt.


Both Pepi Penguin Nursery and Beanie Bear Club operate for 6 days a week and must be pre-booked to guarantee a place. Our evening clubs come at an extra cost and can be pre-booked before you travel or, if places are still available, can be booked locally in the resort.


All our staff are UK-qualified, English-speaking and first-aid trained, and have had DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) and reference checks. And we prioritise maintaining the correct adult:child ratios.


Please note, all childcare is an extra charge and must be pre-booked to guarantee a place. In some instances, childcare does not extend the full length of the ski season. Please contact the sales team for additional information.


Facilities - Grand Hotel Paradiso features

• hotel bar • extra charge for wellness centre with whirlpool, Finnish sauna, steam baths, aromatherapy, Kneipp bath, tropical showers and grotto style swimming pool (open 2-8pm, over 16s only) • fitness room • extra charge for massages and treatments • à la carte Pasta & Pizza restaurant • Childcare – Pepi Penguin Nursery (6 months - 4 years) and Beanie Bear Club (4-8 years) • free WiFi throughout • games room • heated boot room with lockers • on-site ski hire • lifts • 123 rooms


Please note: In the wellness centre, both swimming caps and flip flops must be worn (available for an extra charge). Children under 12 years can use the pool from 2-5pm.

There is a charge to use the swimming pool of €50pp/per week or €15pp/per use. Customers need to bring their own swimming hat and sliders/slippers, or they can hire for a charge when there (around €5 each). Prices are subject to change without notice.


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All rooms have a satellite TV, telephone, hairdryer, minibar and safe. Cots are available on request.

Single room (ground floor) - sleeps 1: single bed, private shower and WC.

Single room - sleeps 1:
single bed, private shower and WC.

Twin room (ground floor) - sleeps 2-4: twin beds, extra single or double sofa bed when booked for three or four people, private shower and WC.

Twin room - sleeps 2:
twin beds, private shower and WC.

Double room (ground floor) - sleeps 2: Double bed, private shower and WC.

Double room - sleeps 2: Double bed, private shower and WC.

Quad room - sleeps 2-4: twin beds, two single beds, private shower and WC.

Quad mezzanine room - sleeps 2-5: split-level room with a double room on entry level and a triple room with three single on the mezzanine level, private shower and WC.

Deluxe twin room (ground floor) - sleeps 2: twin beds, private shower and WC.

Deluxe twin room - sleeps 2-3: twin beds, extra single bed when booked for three people, private shower and WC.

Deluxe twin room with balcony - sleeps 2-4: twin beds, extra single or double sofa bed when booked for three or four people, private shower, WC and balcony.

Junior suite (ground floor) - sleeps 2-3: twin beds, extra single sofa bed when booked for three people, private shower and WC.

Junior suite with balcony- sleeps 2-4: twin beds, extra single or double sofa bed when booked for three or four people, private shower, WC and balcony.

Suite (ground floor) - sleeps 2-3: twin bedroom, living room with single sofa bed, private shower and WC.

Suite with balcony - sleeps 2-4: twin bedroom, living room with single or double sofa bed, private bath, shower, WC and balcony.

Princess suite - sleeps 4: two twin bedrooms, living room, two bathrooms with private whirlpool bath, shower, WC and balcony, plus tea and coffee making facilities. Some suites are spread over two floors, so not suitable for disabled people.


Meals - food and drink in Grand Hotel Paradiso

• extensive hot and cold buffet breakfast • buffet evening meals at the main restaurant with unlimited drinks from 7-9.30pm (wine, beer, water and soft drinks) • one meal per week at the Pizza & Pasta à la carte restaurant including wine, beer or soft drink (must be booked locally) • Christmas EVe and New Year's Eve gala dinners included (smart casual dress required)

Please note: Men are required to wear long trousers and closed shoes for dinner.

Please Note

Please note that safety standards around balconies, railings and public walkways are different in Italy and may be lower or have ornamental features that you wouldn’t see in the UK or Ireland.

For your own safety and that of everyone you’re travelling with, please make sure you take care not to lean on or over any railings. If you have children under 12 years, please make sure they’re supervised and not left alone at any time.

The hotel corridors have some steps throughout, so it may not all be suitable for those with reduced mobility.
We update Grand Hotel Paradiso'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.

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Sat 25 Jan 202025/01/20
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Sat 01 Feb 202001/02/20
£550£523
Sat 08 Feb 202008/02/20
£1215£635
Sat 15 Feb 202015/02/20
£2044£1615
Sat 22 Feb 202022/02/20
£1215£689
Sat 29 Feb 202029/02/20
£1044£822
Sat 07 Mar 202007/03/20
£1108£738
Sat 14 Mar 202014/03/20
£969£663
Sat 21 Mar 202021/03/20
£947£641
Sat 28 Mar 202028/03/20
£1193£915
Sat 04 Apr 202004/04/20
£1306£1189
Sat 19 Dec 202019/12/20
£1189£1167
Sat 26 Dec 202026/12/20
£1589
Sat 02 Jan 202102/01/21
£868
Sat 09 Jan 202109/01/21
£861
Sat 16 Jan 202116/01/21
£915
Sat 23 Jan 202123/01/21
£957
Sat 30 Jan 202130/01/21
£1039
Sat 06 Feb 202106/02/21
£1075
Sat 13 Feb 202113/02/21
£1996
Sat 20 Feb 202120/02/21
£1043
Sat 27 Feb 202127/02/21
£1017
Sat 06 Mar 202106/03/21
£957
Sat 13 Mar 202113/03/21
£893
Sat 20 Mar 202120/03/21
£818
Sat 27 Mar 202127/03/21
£926
Sat 03 Apr 202103/04/21
£1221
This package holiday to Grand Hotel Paradiso in Passo Tonale, Italy departs Saturday 1st February 2020, for a 7 night stay on a "half board" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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It doesn’t take long to see why this is one of Italy’s top resorts - Passo is a treat for any snow lover. Known for its amazing value for money, you get lots more than you pay for here when you consider the sunny and snow sure slopes, skiable glacier, queue-free lifts, homely vibe and ridiculously tasty food.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Snow sure Freeriders

Passo Tonale webcam

Snow Report: Top 300cm, Bottom 30cm

Snow Forecast: 0cm expected this week

Snow History: January average depth 148.17cm

Passo Tonale trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Milan Bergamo124km, 2hr30
Region:Italy, Alps.
First opened:

Passo Tonale lift pass price last reported as €196 adult 6 day. Ask for a quote when booking Grand Hotel Paradiso.
Night skiing: Yes
Passo Tonale has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Early November- Early May.

Town altitude: 1883m
Top of slopes: 3016m
Bottom of piste: 1883m
Vertical drop: 2,000m
Total length of trails:100km
Longest piste:4.5km
Up in the Rhaetian Alps at 1883m, rubbing shoulders with Trentino and Lombardy, the purpose built town of Tonale is one of the highest resorts in the country. With a top altitude of 3016m, snow is pretty much guaranteed throughout the season here, as is lots of Italian sunshine. Milan and Verona are the nearest serving airports, where you can find coach, taxi and train connections to the resort. Trains from Milan pass through Verona to Trento where the rail service stops at all of Val di Sole’s top resorts, ...
As a beginner, having to take loads of lifts to reach the easy runs can be a bit daunting. You don’t have to worry about this here, with the majority of blues near hotels and bars, for those all-important hot chocolate / Dutch courage breaks. Nursery slopes with magic carpets let learners work on snowploughs in short, manageable bursts - when you begin to feel more comfortable, take the Valena chair lift for a couple of mid-length blues. 60% of the slopes have been carefully crafted for intermediates, leadin...
Of course one of the best things about Italy is its delectable delicacies, and whether you’re looking for fast food to fill you after a hard days skiing (try La Torretta for their filling pizza) or a more authentic, native dining experience (El Bait serves local, genuine cuisine), you won’t be disappointed. La Voglia serves group sized platters of cured meat antipasti, local cheeses and a deli counter so you can take your favourite products home and enjoy them all over again! Eating on a budget is easy, with f...

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"Would be great for families"

Mike G., Chester
4/ out of 5
We had a really nice week and the hotel was good. They sort of upgraded us to a private dining area which was nice but a bit weird in that it was very quiet! The whole hotel was pretty quiet – there are a couple of nice bars there but one night we were the only 2 people in the whole bar! The staff were very nice and we’re going to keep in touch with the waitress as we got on so well with her. The food was great, it wasn’t overly Italian but more of an Italian take on different dishes. We especially enjoyed the wines. Our bedroom was ok, quite small but on a ski holiday you don’t need much. I think all the rooms have nice views, ours was looking out towards the glacier. The spa and pool facilities were really good! We could get to the slopes really quickly (we just had to go up some stairs and out) and at different times of year you would have been able to literally ski all the way back. It seemed like a really good hotel for families overall but the closeness to the slopes would be another reason I’d recommend it if you have children - it would make everything much easier. If you were more interested in the nightlife you would probably want to stay somewhere more in the centre of Tonale (although it was only a short walk anyway).
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