The Hotel Mareo is an impressive building sat overlooking the town below and surrounded by peace and quiet. Run by the wonderful Clara family, nothing is too much trouble for them or their staff and first class service is at the top of their priority list.
Throughout the hotel there is a beautiful Apline feel with fresh and light natural wood. The strategic position of the hotel means the views are glorious regardless of where you are. You could be out on your balcony, after all every room has one, you might be relaxing in the impressive outdoor heated swimming pool or eating dinner in the restaurant looking out of the large panoramic windows. Wherever you are, you wont get bored of the view. As well as the outdoor pool, there is wellness centre with a number of saunas, a steam room and a relaxation area, all included in the cost of the holiday.
Getting around is nice and easy, the resort centre is a lovely five minute walk and the hotel run a free shuttle to the lifts which are about 800 metres away. Furthermore you can store your ski gear at the lifts, perfect.
Meals while on holiday are always something to look forward to and you wont be disappointed here. The chef has taken traditional South Tyrolean and Italian ingredients and used his creative flair, serving delicious gourmet meals.
Local Fees and Taxes
Resort tax payable locally directly to hotel.
Stella Aplina rooms sleep up to five people (extra beds are a double sofa bed and an extra bed) and are around 45m². All rooms have a shower, WC, TV, safe, minibar and hairdryer.
Erta deluxe rooms sleep up to four people (extra bed is a double sofa bed) and are around 37m².
Genziana single rooms sleep one and are around 20m².
Meals are served in the hotels lovely dining room with large windows looking out to the spectacular views. Breakfast is a hot and cold buffet with plenty of choice. Dinner is an excellent 4 course meal with choice. The hotel are happy to cater for dietary requirements but please let us know these when booking.
Board basis options available
This property caters for the following special dietary requirements
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•Authentic Tyrolean charm •Pristine pistes •Excellent lift system
It’s hard to believe somewhere with so many accolades should be relatively unheard of in comparison to the European big guns, but Kronplatz is always a deserving champion. Ticking off all the essentials, this South-Tyrolean destination is home to charming villages, superb skiing, amazing food and lively après – with an exceptionally modern lift system that’s truly world-class.
Great for •Families •Foodies •Non-skiers
Snow Report: Top cm, Bottom cm
Snow Forecast: cm expected this week
Snow History: November average depth 19.83cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Innsbruck||105km, 1hr 40mins|
Kronplatz lift pass price last reported as 214-243€ (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Mareo.
Night skiing: Yes
Kronplatz has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.
|Town altitude:||813m - 1201m|
|Top of slopes:||2275m|
|Bottom of piste:||950m|
|Total length of trails:||116km|
|Longest piste:||Ried 7km|