This superior hotel, once a grand stately home, has been redesigned with modern interiors and a host of facilities and services. The public rooms are welcoming and have a fresh contemporary feel, making the most of the wood and slate from the surrounding mountains. Known for exceptional cuisine served in the attractive Savoy restaurant which has great views of the Dolomite Mountains.
Board basis options available
•Spectacular scenery •Olympic resort •Friendly locals •Delicious regional dishes
Set in the stunning Dolomites, this elegant town delivers the perfect Italian ski holiday: good food and a relaxed atmosphere. Crowned ‘Best of the Alps’ along with St. Anton, Zermatt and 9 other big name resorts, it’s easy to see why this beautiful area was so passionately defended during the First World War and why it’s now protected as a World Heritage site.
Great for •Intermediates •Off-piste •Families
Snow Report: Top 130cm, Bottom 40cm
Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week
Snow History: March average depth 103cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Innsbruck (INN)||164 km, 2h 30|
|Venice Treviso (TSF)||137 km, 1h 50|
|First opened:||18th Century|
Cortina lift pass price last reported as Dolomiti Superski - €262
Valley pass - €242. Ask for a quote when booking Grand Hotel Savoia.
Night skiing: No
Cortina has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.
|Top of slopes:||3243m|
|Bottom of piste:||1224m|
|Total length of trails:||140km|
|Longest piste:||9 km (Lagazuoi-Armentarola)|
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