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I would really recommend the Hotel Continental! Fabulous food, breakfast was always a buffet with everything you could want, I never asked for a cooked breakfast but I think they’ll make you one if you want it. There’s a nice coffee machine that freshly grinds the beans for really good coffee. The evening m... + more
Mrs Matthews, Stratford Upon Avon
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Location: where is Hotel Continental

    • 20 metres to Dantercepies ski lift
    • 800 metres to resort centre
    • Bus stop 30 metres
    • Ski school 50 metres
    • Ski-in/ ski-out location

Overview: hotel description: Hotel Continental description

Hotel Continental is on a hill above Selva so it gets the best panoramic views. It couldn't be easier to get on the mountain each day with the Dantercepies gondola just outside. The centre of town is short, downhill ski away or a 15-minute walk. The nursery slopes and ski school meeting points are nearby, too.

The hotel's public areas are decorated in a traditional style with hints of modern touches. The bar is a lovely place to unwind by the fireplace and enjoy a few drinks, or you could just chill out in the wellness area. Rooms are comfy and each one comes with a balcony so you can carry on enjoying the views.

Transfer time: approx. 3 hours by coach from Innsbruck airport.


Facilities: Hotel Continental features

  • Guided skiing for intermediate skiers available from the ski school Monday to Friday (payable locally, approx. €10 per person)
  • Lounge and bar with fireplace
  • Wellness area with sauna, Kneipp bath, steam room, whirlpool and sensory showers
  • Free WiFi
  • Heated boot room

Room Types: Hotel Continental bedrooms

  • No. of rooms: 30
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 3
  • Official rating: 4

Local Fees and Taxes

Tourist tax of €2.50 per person per night payable locally directly to hotel.

Rooms

Twin Rooms are around 27m² and sleep up to three people (extra bed is a single sofa bed). All rooms have a balcony, TV, WiFi, minibar, safe, shower, hairdryer and bathrobes.

Junior Suites are around 40m² and sleep up to four people (extra bed is a double sofa bed). They have a bath or walk-in shower.

Twin Rooms for Sole Use are around 27m² and have a shower. They are available on request, please call to book.

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

Meals: Hotel Continental food & drink

A hot and cold buffet breakfast sets you up each morning for a day's skiing. The hotel takes great pride in the food they serve and the four-course evening meal won't disappoint. You'll get a choice of traditional and nutritious meals.

Christmas and New Year's Eve gala dinners included.

Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Diabetics - Insulin can be stored
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians

Please let us know of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

We update Hotel Continental'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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Resort: about Selva: about holidays in Selva: about ski holidays in Selva: about ski holidays in Selva Italy

Access to Sella Ronda Awesome Dolomite scenery Nearby glacier skiing

Comfortably nested within the Dolomites, Selva is part of the largest and arguably most beautiful ski area in Europe. The little mountain village will do little to dissuade you from the dreamy Italian promise of sun, snow and leisure, with excellent intermediate skiing, personable restaurants and lots to do throughout the valley.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Cross country Foodies

Selva webcam

Snow Report: Top 69cm, Bottom N/Acm

Snow Forecast: 36cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 58.17cm

Selva trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck120 km, 1h45
Bolzano40km, 1h
Region:Italy, Val Gardena
First opened:19th century

Selva lift pass price last reported as Val Gardena Alpe Di Siusi: 338.00 Euros (Adult 6 day)
Dolomiti Superskipass: 363.00 Euros (Adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Continental.
Night skiing: Yes
Selva has N, E, S, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1565m
Top of slopes: 2518m
Bottom of piste: 1236m
Vertical drop: 1088m
Total length of trails:175km
Longest piste:10.5km
Selva is the best known and highest of Val Gardena’s close-set group of villages, which also include Ortisei and Santa Cristina. Val Gardena is part of the expansive Dolomiti Superski area and topping the list of reasons to visit the Dolomites, or ‘Pale Mountains’, is its status as a UNESCO world heritage site - Selva has some striking views of the Sassolungo massif and Puez mountains on either side. Named “Sëlva” by its Ladin speaking locals (the name apparently comes from the Ladin word for wood) or “...
The nursery slopes are close to town and there’s a nice collection of blues towards one side of Piz Seteur and at Plan de Gralba (it’s worth mastering the bus timetable when going onto Plan de Gralba as taking the mountain route can land a beginner on some rather tricky reds). There are a number of ski school options available as well as a Fun Park for the younger-hearted. Just by looking at the piste map you can see the intermediate-friendly nature of the skiing here. For those re-discovering their ski leg...
Italian resorts don’t tend to be overly wild when it comes to après ski but with 20 bars, 45 restaurants and 2 main clubs Selva does rather well... If you’ve never had the iconic Bombardino beverage, this is a good place to sample one! Bar Saltos is a good foodie spot with a sometimes themed menu and music scene for later on. La Stua, near the Costabella ski lift, is great for après ski with a sunny terrace and live music. By the Dantercepies, Panorama does some hearty dishes, perfect before the final run...

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"Fab food and staff, almost ski in/out, recommended!"

Mrs Matthews, Stratford Upon Avon
5/ out of 5
I would really recommend the Hotel Continental! Fabulous food, breakfast was always a buffet with everything you could want, I never asked for a cooked breakfast but I think they’ll make you one if you want it. There’s a nice coffee machine that freshly grinds the beans for really good coffee. The evening meals are always very good and there’s a little bar where you can sit and have a nice cocktail before dinner. The staff are all fantastic and the bedrooms are lovely with under floor heating in the bathroom. They have family rooms if you want them and children are well catered for. I love the spa area, it hasn’t got a pool but there’s a Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna and it’s all quite new so everything’s very nicely done. It really has everything going for it - brilliantly situated in a good position for getting on the Dantercepies lift and you can pretty much ski in and ski out. I think they’ve just redone the lift so it’s probably all brand new out there now. You’re also virtually on the nursery slope which is bang opposite, so if you had children it would be really easy to drop them off at ski school and then take the lift up to go skiing yourselves. Walking down into town is a doddle but the only thing is you have a hell of a trump back up the hill if you want the après in town. This doesn’t bother us as we have our après on the mountain but if you did want to go out in town, the walk back up would take about fifteen minutes and is quite testing, especially if you’re wearing ski boots and carrying skis. I wouldn’t say the hotel would suit hen do’s or stag do’s or a lads or ladettes holiday, it’s more for keen skiers who like to be on the first lift out.
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