Hotel Gran Paradiso, San Cassiano

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Location - where is Hotel Gran Paradiso

Secluded yet accessible- The Gran Paradiso boasts a superb and quiet location in one of the most unique settings of the Dolomites, surrounded by majestic peaks the hotel sits a mere 100m from the slopes in a wooded glade is in the small hamlet of Armentarola just outside the village of San Cassiano. Access to the wider ski area of Alta Badia and the link to the Sellaronda is simply via one lift into San Cassiano. A free shuttle is included and links you to the centre of the village, 1500m away.

The Armentarola run- The Armentarola ski run is one of the most famous in the area. At 8.5km long it’s also one of the longest, taking in some fantastic scenery from top to bottom. At the end of your ski day you’ll finish at the bottom, just over the road from the hotel.

  • Town centre: 1000m
  • Ski lift: 100m
  • Piste: 100m
  • Bus stop: 260m

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Gran Paradiso description

South Tyrolean elegance - The family-run Hotel Gran Paradiso harmoniously blends with the marvellous natural surroundings of picture-perfect pine forests. The hotel is beautifully designed and the traditional yet modern Tyrolean furnishing combined with the use of natural materials amplify the comfort, warmth and welcoming environment crafted by the Ploner family.

Traditional charm - The Hotel, thanks to a great selection of room and suites is simply ideal for families, groups and couples. Guests will feel immediately at home in the cosy yet spacious rooms tastefully decorated, furnished with all the modern comforts and enriched by the spectacular’s views offered by the room’s balconies.

Reinvigorate body and soul - The beautiful Sky Wellness Centre located on top of the hotel presents unique vies on the stunning Dolomite’s mountains and will make you forget about all your life’s troubles or simply alleviate all your ski’s aches. Boasting both an indoor and outdoor pool, saunas, hot whirlpool, cold water ‘ice cube’ pool, a Turkish bath, cardio, fitness gym and relaxation rooms the Gran Paradiso wellness area is the perfect place to recharge your batteries.

Top 3 Reasons to Stay Here

  • Stylish Tyrolean hotel set in a marvellous natural landscape.
  • Direct access to the slopes just 100m from the hotel and easy links to the Sellaronda.
  • Gourmet food, beautiful rooms, unforgettable panoramic views.

Facilities - Hotel Gran Paradiso features

  • Swimming pool
  • Spa / Massage
  • Sauna / Steam room
  • Restaurant
  • Hot tub
  • Gym / Fitness room
  • Free WiFi
  • Close to piste
  • Best for Groups
  • Best for Families
  • Bar

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Comfort Room (sleeps 2)
King bed, sofa, bath or shower, WC and balcony. Balcony. Approx 24m2
Room code: Comfort Room

Superior Room (sleeps 2-4)
King bed, sofa bed, bath or shower, WC and balcony. Approx 28m2
Room code: Superior Room

Garden Suite (sleeps 2-3)
King bed, sofa bed, bath, shower, WC, balcony and sauna. Approx 50m2
Room code: Garden Suite

Features and facilities

All rooms/units include:

  • LCD TV
  • Safe
  • Minibar
  • Hairdryer
  • Telephone
  • King-size bed
  • Sofa
  • Balcony

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Gran Paradiso

Standard Board Basis:

Half Board. Magnificent menus– The hotel invites you to “taste all the flavours of the Dolomites and the excellence of Ladin and international cuisine.” Their dining room and bar are home to themed dining evenings showcasing traditional dishes and only local produce to whisk you to gastronomic heaven!

Breakfast– A rich and varied breakfast buffet with the best natural local products is served each morning with hot and cold, sweet and savoury, freshly prepared items. Simply ideal to fill you with energy and to get you ready for great skiing days.Dinner– A typical dinner commences with gorgeous starters and a choice of salads from the varied buffet, followed by delicious pasta dishes and main courses that will satisfy the most exigent guests, they will always include vegetarian options and red or white meat dishes. To finish the masterpiece, the most tempting homemade desserts will complete the evening.The excellent menu is always accompanied by the finest quality wines from the perfectly furnished large cellar that will enhance the deliciousness of every course.
We update Hotel Gran 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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Sella Ronda tour Stunning scenery Dolomiti Superski Pass

For such a tiddly, traditional village, San Cassiano has a tremendous amount of luxury: dine in 2 and 3 Michelin starred restaurants, sleep in 4 and 5 star hotels and when you’re not roaming the dizzyingly pretty pistes of the Dolomites, spend time in rooftop pools and spas.

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Bolzano (BZO)96km, 2 hours
Innsbruck (INN)134km, 2.5 hours
Venice (VCE)176km, 2h 45
Region:Alta Badia, Dolomites
First opened:1957

San Cassiano lift pass price last reported as €239 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Gran Paradiso.
Night skiing: No
San Cassiano has N S E W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.

Town altitude: 1537m
Top of slopes: 2550m
Bottom of piste: 1537m
Vertical drop:
Total length of trails:130km
Longest piste:8.5km
With the craggy peaks of La Varella, Conturines and Lagazuoi overhead, this is a dreamy Dolomite village of Tyrolean timber buildings and an 18th century church. A cocktail of Italian, Austrian and Ladin cultures come together here in South Tyrol – earning the resort its three names of San Cassiano (to the Italians), St. Kassian (for German-speakers) and San Ciascian (in the Ladin mother tongue). For such a tiddly settlement (just a field for farming livestock about a century ago), San Cas has a lot t...
The Piz Sorega cable car whisks you up into the Alta Badia area which totals 130km of slopes. If that’s not enough to fill your boots with, there’s a whopping 1200km to explore when you look at the whole Dolomiti Superski. Alta Badia’s one of our favourite ski areas for beginners – abundant with wide, confidence-boosting blue runs and scenery that’ll have you hooked on skiing in no time. The Scuola Sci San Cassiano teach up at Piz Sorega, and once you’re confident stopping and turning on the practice ...
After drinks on the terrace of the Las Vegas Lodge, fabulous food and wine make up San Cassiano’s après ski scene. By hook or by crook, a table at St Hubertus in the Rosa Alpina Hotel is a must for any serious foodie – holder of THREE Michelin stars, chef Norbert uses Alpine flavours and unique techniques to create food worth travelling hundreds of miles to try. Also well worth experiencing is La Siriola, which has two Michelin stars for its characterful cuisine created by Chef Matteo Metullio. For a lively b...

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