Hotel Delle Alpi, Passo Tonale

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The hotel building is divided into 2 parts and we stayed in the older part (I think because we got a last minute deal). If you want the modern part, it’s probably worth checking when you book. As you went down the corridors and stairwells you could tell that the older part was visibly older. Unfortunately we c... + more
Catherine Harris, Guildford
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Location - where is Hotel Delle Alpi

  • Ski lift - 100m to the Valbiolo chairlift
  • Ski school meeting point - 300m
  • Resort centre - 200m

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Delle Alpi description

This recently built hotel is in a traditional alpine style, combining comfort and excellent leisure facilities with an exceptional location close to the Valbiolo chairlift and nursery slopes. Wine lovers will be amazed at the hotels selection of local wines.


Facilities - Hotel Delle Alpi features

Facilities†:

  • Lounge
  • Bar with satellite TV
  • Wine tasting in hotel Wine Cantina featuring 150+ wines
  • Free use of indoor/outdoor pool, sauna‚ steam room & hot tub

For families†:

  • Free English speaking hotel-run childrenʼs club (4-12 yrs)
  • The club is open daily from 10am - 12pm and 3 - 8pm
  • Full playroom.
  • Early dinners available for children

† Some facilities may incur a local charge.

Please note: Swim caps must be worn in hotel pool.

Important information: Due to recent changes in Italian tax law, for Winter 2013/14 holidays onwards, a daily ‘Tourist Tax’ may be charged. If charged, you would need to pay the hotel directly and the amount varies between approx. €0.50 & €3 per person, per day depending on the star rating of the accommodation.


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Rooms (2-4 people): All double, triple and four-bedded rooms (twin or double beds plus 2 extrabeds) are spacious and tastefully furnished and feature satellite TV, telephone, balcony, mini-safe and bathroom with hairdryer, bath or shower & wc. Larger rooms are available at a supplement

Child discount: 40%. Call us for more details for more information.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Delle Alpi

Half Board. Buffet breakfast with hot options and three-course evening meal with choice of main course‚ salad and starter buffet. Christmas and New Year Gala dinners included. Upgraded Christmas and New Year Gala dinners available at a supplement.
We update Hotel Delle Alpi'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 Passo Tonale - about holidays in Passo Tonale - about ski holidays in Passo Tonale - about ski holidays in Passo Tonale Italy

Glacier skiing Cheap ski holidays Lots of activities

It doesn’t take long to see why this is one of Italy’s top resorts - Passo Tonale 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

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Snow History: December average depth 106.17cm

Passo Tonale trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Milan Bergamo124 km, 2 hrs 30
Region:Italy, Alps.
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Passo Tonale lift pass price last reported as €241 (Adult 6 day high season pass). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Delle Alpi.
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 guaranteed throughout the season here, as there are 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 Val di Sole’s top resorts, Passo incl...
As a beginner, having to take loads of lifts to reach easy runs can be a bit daunting. You don’t have to worry about this here, with most blue runs near hotels and bars, for those all-important hot chocolate 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, leading in all directions for ...
Of course, one of the best things about Italy is its delectable delicacies. 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. Il Focolare is well worth a visit for classic pasta and tiramisu – make sure you book early! Eating on a budget is easy, with fast food dishes from 5€, and you can usually grab a three-course meal for about 10...

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"Overall we enjoyed staying here"

Catherine Harris, Guildford
4/ out of 5
The hotel building is divided into 2 parts and we stayed in the older part (I think because we got a last minute deal). If you want the modern part, it’s probably worth checking when you book. As you went down the corridors and stairwells you could tell that the older part was visibly older. Unfortunately we couldn’t get WiFi in the room we had – we’d paid for it but it didn’t extend that far so they refunded us. The room itself was dated but clean and we had a balcony which was nice. If you want a sunny balcony you need to stay on the front side of the hotel above the entrance area as round the back of the hotel doesn’t get much sun. There’s a huge spa there which was quite nice, you pay a weekly rate and it’s definitely worth it. It has a huge bubble area, small plunge pool, steam room and outdoor swimming pool area. The food was very good, there’s one big dining area what meanders around 3 rooms. We always had an aperitif as a small taster in the evenings, followed by a buffet for starters which everybody dived on (usual salads, slices of pizza for kids, cold meats etc) then main course and desert. To get to and from the piste, you come out the back entrance, cross the road to another building and behind that building is the ski lift that took you up or back down (all in all probably 3-4 minutes).
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