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Location - where is Hotel Portavescovo

Nearest ski lift : 150m

Tuition meeting point: 100m

Resort centre : 50m

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Portavescovo description

The Portavescovo is an inviting and comfortable little hotel that sits right alongside the piste basher route giving you ski to your door convenience. The hospitality team are so friendly and do a great job of rolling out the red carpet for everyone who comes through the door.

The hotel has a newly renovated spa which includes an indoor pool, two saunas, a steam room and even a fitness room if you need more exercise. Massages and other treatments are available locally if you're looking to relax those muscles further during your stay.

There's a great little lounge area with a TV and a separate reading room which is a great choice for a quiet evening in with a glass of wine (or some hot coco) and a good book.

A games room and music bar on the ground floor features the occasional live band to get the toes tapping. There's free afternoon tea and cake every day between 4 and 5 pm, which is just one of the charming little touches that will make friends and family on holiday fall in love with this place.

Facilities - Hotel Portavescovo features

Free Wi-Fi throughout

Comfy lounge with TV

Reading room

Games room

Restaurant and relaxed bar

Pool and two saunas

Steam room and fitness room

Music bar with live music

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

The twin or double rooms here are a really good size and can take extra beds or bunk beds for larger groups. Each of the 57 rooms has a satellite TV‚ Wi–Fi‚ shower‚ wc and balcony (apart from first floor rooms). You can request single rooms if needs be.

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Portavescovo

The half board meals means you'll start your morning with an extensive buffet breakfast before a full day on the slopes. Come back to the free afternoon tea and cakes; perfect for a stop gap before enjoying a three-course dinner and large starter buffet.

There's a weekly fish and seafood gala dinner which isn't to be missed too. Christmas and New Year meals are included as well.

We update Hotel Portavescovo'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 Arabba - about holidays in Arabba - about ski holidays in Arabba - about ski holidays in Arabba Italy

Pretty mountain village High altitude skiing Jaw-dropping scenery

It’s no surprise that Arabba has such a loyal following of dedicated skiers and boarders. A charming little village high up in the heart of the Dolomites, it has fantastic ski links, the best snow around and an infectiously easy-going vibe. We love the traditional Ladin charm and character and as for the location, the scenery speaks for itself.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Scenery Linked ski area Foodies

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Snow History: December average depth 64.33cm

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck130 km 2 hrs 20 mins
Region:Dolomites, Italy
First opened:1906

Arabba lift pass price last reported as 234€ (adult 6 days). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Portavescovo.
Night skiing: No
Arabba has N S E facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November – April.

Town altitude: 1602m
Top of slopes: 3,269m
Bottom of piste: 1428m
Vertical drop:
Total length of trails:63km
Longest piste:4km
This idyllic destination is nestled in the heart of the Dolomites surrounded by the Livinallongo valley in Ladin-speaking Veneto. With the striking Sella Massif and Portavesco mountain ranges on either side and the presence of the Marmolada mountain (fondly known as the ‘Queen of the Dolomites’), Arabba's beautiful landscape forms part of a UNESCO World heritage site. One of the highest resorts in Italy, Arabba is small and cosy with traditional mountain architecture housing quaint bars, restaurants, hotels...
The Arabba-Marmolada area is surrounded by numerous mountain passes which means incredible links to the nearby resorts in the Sella Ronda and Val di Fassa. The Passo Pordoi at 2,239m links Arabba to Belvedere above Canzaei in the Val di Fassa, the Passo Campolongo connects it to Alta Badia and Corvara whilst the Passo Pordon links to the challenging slopes on the Marmolada peak. Within these, skiers will love the variety of high steep terrain, exciting powder bowls and gentle descents against a stunning backdrop...
There’s a laid back après scene with most evenings spent in easy-going bars, trying out the local cuisine and relaxing in the comfortable accommodation. Stop off on the slopes at Rifugio Fodom for a midday pick-me-up and enjoy spectacular views from the balcony. In true Italian style, take a time out with a coffee and a mouth-watering pastry at a traditional cafe- the cakes at Pasticceria Caffe Gelateri Genziana are not to be missed. There are a few local specialities which are definitely worth a try - Bomb...

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