Hotel Cristallo, Livigno

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An excellent hotel. If we went to Livigno again we would definitely stay here. It’s warm and clean and the food is brilliant. It’s also ideal for the ski bus which stops right outside and is easy to use. You can ski out the back of the hotel and down to the lifts, although it’s difficult to ski back to the h... + more
Peter Rudling, Leeds
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Location - where is Hotel Cristallo

• quietly situated close to the town centre • 5 minute walk to the nearest ski lift


Overview - hotel description - Hotel Cristallo description

The charming Hotel Cristallo is beautifully decorated in a mixture of wood and stone giving it a light and airy feel. The town centre and your closest ski lift are just moments away making this hotel a fantastic base in which to explore Livigno.


Facilities - Hotel Cristallo features


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

for 2 people on half board sharing a room with twin beds, private shower and WC. A third bed suitable for children (under 12) are also available on request. All bedrooms have a balcony, satellite TV, safe and hairdryer.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Cristallo

· buffet breakfast · 3 course evening meal with table service

We update Hotel Cristallo'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 Livigno - about holidays in Livigno - about ski holidays in Livigno - about ski holidays in Livigno Italy

One of Italy’s highest Duty free shopping Authentic Alpine village

Livigno’s fast climbing the ladder of Europe’s favourite resorts... and rightly so. We love the snow sure skiing, world class terrain parks and tax-free pricetag of après and shopping, not to mention the mountain charm you’d expect from a resort rubbing shoulders with St Moritz and the delectable food you’d expect anywhere in Italy.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Late season Après ski Non skiers

Livigno webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 9cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 73.67cm

Livigno trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Milano/ Bergamo Orio al Serio196 km, 3 hours 30 minutes
Region:Italy, Alps.
First opened:1965

Livigno lift pass price last reported as 215€ (adult 6 days). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Cristallo.
Night skiing: Yes
Livigno has NWE facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing mid-December to mid-April.

Town altitude: 1816m
Top of slopes: 2796m
Bottom of piste: 1816m
Vertical drop: 980m
Total length of trails:115km
Longest piste:4km
Voted ‘Best European Resort’ in the 2012 World Snow Awards, Livigno is a snow sure mountain town, much loved by skiers from Europe and beyond. Stretching a good 10km along the Spöl valley with mountains on either side and bordering Switzerland’s famous ski classic St Moritz, this is a place you’ll find authentic alpine charm in every nook and cranny with a friendly, cosmopolitan atmosphere. It’s not just the high slopes and attractive village that make Livigno so hugely popular – its tax free status is...
Various schools like Centrale offer an array of lessons - from playtime tuition for tots to freestyle sessions if you want to crank things up a bit. Kids will love the Yepi trail, which is dedicated to little legs with obstacles and toys. Gentle blues can be accessed from resort height, so beginners won’t be heading up any mountains without getting a feel for the snow first. Short blue runs served by draglifts from the resort fringes are great for practicing before you tackle the longer blues from Vletta Ble...
With cheap and cheerful prices when it comes to drinks thanks to Livigno’s duty free prices, you’ll find some pretty amazing après ski. There’s always a party going down at the ever-popular Daphne’s Pub – a favourite with Brits for its authentic Baita interior, Irish-influenced après, super cocktail menu and legendary Bombardino (you can’t say you’ve experienced Italian après without trying one of these). For a more sophisticated evening, pop into one of the hotels like la Casetta and soak up the vi...

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"Would definitely stay here again"

Peter Rudling, Leeds
5/ out of 5
An excellent hotel. If we went to Livigno again we would definitely stay here. It’s warm and clean and the food is brilliant. It’s also ideal for the ski bus which stops right outside and is easy to use. You can ski out the back of the hotel and down to the lifts, although it’s difficult to ski back to the hotel. It’s probably easier to take the bus back at the end of the day… one afternoon we got lost trying to ski back. The location is really good; it’s only 5 minutes’ walk down a gentle hill to get into town. It’s family run I think, the lady who runs it is very friendly and speaks good English. My only disappointment was that we thought the tea and coffee was free, but it turns out that they added to our bill at the end which we weren’t expecting.
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