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You’ve come to the right place! At the top of this page, you can find the best deals on hundreds of ski holidays to Italy. Use the filters tab on the search bar to narrow the results down based on your preferences. You’ll find smashing offers like buy a lift pass & get half-price ski hire, free ski guiding sessions and discounts of last-minute ski holidays to Italy. Contact us today, and one of our ski experts will send you an assortment of top ski deals based on your preferences.
Use the search bar at the top of this page to find a holiday that fits with your requirements. Our packages can include travel, accommodation, meals and more to make your holiday booking really simple.
Hotels are the most popular accommodation in Italy’s ski resorts. Often they cost less than hotels in other European resorts, without compromising on perks like bars, pools, central locations and stonking good food. Chalets and apartments are less common but still available if you prefer smaller accommodation.
Hotel Adler in Ortesei is incredible. This place has thought of everything when it comes to creating perfect spaces to relax and unwind – cosy fireplaces to read beside, reclining loungers with Dolomite views, fine-dining restaurants for feasting on Italian cuisine and some of the best spa facilities in Europe.
Our favourite traditional ski chalet in Italy is Chalet Soldanella in Selva which offers great value in this incredible ski area. For something different, try Club Med Pragelato. You'll get the popular Club Med all-inclusive package with accommodations in charming little chalets, rather than the usual large hotel blocks. There's an indoor pool (shared with other guests), family restaurant (plus a formal dining room) and a lively bar.
More than we can count on our fingers and toes, but the 6 most well-known areas are:
Authentic pizza and pasta dishes galore, plus local cheeses and dried meats. For dessert, you could enjoy gelato (Italian ice cream), profiteroles or tiramisu. Bombardino is a classic ski-holiday hot tipple (warm eggnog, brandy and cream), and cold drinks include prosecco, limoncello, Aperol spritz and wine.
The ski season in Italy starts around late November/early December and lasts until mid-April on the whole. Exact dates are dependent on snowfall so vary year to year. Resorts that tend to have the longest seasons are Cervinia - open until early May, and then summer skiing on the Matterhorn opens from June and Livigno (open until early May).
Yes - Italy’s ski resorts are well set up for international visitors. You’ll find English speaking staff in hotels, restaurants, shops, ski schools and more. Our chalet package holidays largely attract British guests if you want to be able to socialise in English.
In most Italian resorts people will speak at least a little bit of English, but you could learn a few Italian basics like:
|Accommodation||Resort||% Discount||£ Price (pp)|
|Chalet Hotel de Champoluc||Champoluc||23%||£ 914|
|Hotel Mignon||Selva||20%||£ 889|
|Hotel Pralong||Selva||18%||£ 749|
|Hotel Cristallo||Sestriere||17%||£ 669|
|Chalet Hotel Parc Victoria||Cortina||17%||£ 879|
|Hotel Aaritz||Selva||17%||£ 1239|
|Hotel Olympia||Arabba||16%||£ 689|
|Club Med Pragelato Via Lattea||Pragelato Via Lattea||15%||£ 621|
|Sport Hotel Arabba||Arabba||14%||£ 829|
|Montivas Lodge||Livigno||14%||£ 699|