Hotel Pineta, Selva

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We had a really good week here, the best bits were the food and the service. The food wasn’t Italian as I know it, it was Tyrolean so slightly Austrian. They kept us well fed and breakfasts were really good. The rooms were spacious although they did smell of smoke – I don’t know if it was previous guests or... + more
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Accommodation
Half Board
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Hotel Pineta

• 2 minutes walk to resort • 7 minutes walk to ski lift • less than 1 minute walk to ski bus stop


Overview - hotel description - Hotel Pineta description

The Pineta is located in a quiet area of Selva, and offers a great value place to stay. The hotel is traditional is style, with comfortable rooms, family-run, friendly service, and excellent food. The main Ciampinoi gondola is easily reached from the ski bus top outside the hotel.


Facilities - Hotel Pineta features

• european restaurant • tyrolean style bar / card playing area • reception • local charge for safety deposit box facility • ski room • public bus service • free WiFi in public areas • lounge with TV • high chairs available on request


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

for 2 people on half board sharing a room with twin beds, private shower and WC and balcony. Some rooms can take a third bed and fourth bed (sofa bed or similar). All rooms have hairdryer, safe, satellite TV and telephone.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Pineta

• continental buffet style breakfast • 3 course evening meals with a choice of menu • daily salad buffet • weekly Tyrolean dinner with local specialities • Christmas and New Year’s Eve gala dinners included

We update Hotel Pineta'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.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - hotel dates & departure airports - Hotel Pineta dates & departure airports

Price per person with: Prices shown are per person based on: Prices shown are per person based on: The prices shown here are per person and based on the following criteria:
Sat 16 Dec 201716/12/17
available Gatwick, Manchester
Sat 23 Dec 201723/12/17
£985£925
Sat 30 Dec 201730/12/17
£1270£1221
Sat 06 Jan 201806/01/18
£803£765
Sat 13 Jan 201813/01/18
£810£804
Sat 20 Jan 201820/01/18
£831£819
Sat 27 Jan 201827/01/18
£835£803
Sat 03 Feb 201803/02/18
£926£904
Sat 10 Feb 201810/02/18
£1317£1279
Sat 17 Feb 201817/02/18
£1099£986
Sat 24 Feb 201824/02/18
£917£915
Sat 03 Mar 201803/03/18
£863£835
Sat 10 Mar 201810/03/18
£831£808
Sat 17 Mar 201817/03/18
£744£722
Sat 24 Mar 201824/03/18
£808£786
Sat 31 Mar 201831/03/18
£840£818
This package holiday to Hotel Pineta in Selva, Italy departs Saturday 17th March 2018, for a 7 night stay on a "half board" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.

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 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 24cm 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: 194.00 Euros (Adult 6 day)
Dolomiti Superskipass: 210.00 Euros (Adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Pineta.
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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"Great food and service"

The Dean Family, Exeter
4/ out of 5
We had a really good week here, the best bits were the food and the service. The food wasn’t Italian as I know it, it was Tyrolean so slightly Austrian. They kept us well fed and breakfasts were really good. The rooms were spacious although they did smell of smoke – I don’t know if it was previous guests or the cleaners but it wasn’t very pleasant. The other thing was that the hotel’s right on the outer edge of the town so it was quite a long trek to the nursery slopes and ski shop (at least half an hour in ski boots) which isn’t ideal when you have children. One thing that did worry me a little was that you have to hang your room keys up by the reception, which wasn’t always manned. The hotel had a small bar but we didn’t use it, the whole place was very quiet which we liked about it. There’s also a really good ski room with a drying rack for boots.
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