In the shadow of the impressive nineteenth-century bell tower, the Hotel Cortina is in the very heart of Cortina ski resort. Surrounded by the pedestrianised area with its bustling piazzas and cobbled streets lined with boutiques, cafés and artisan shops. This is Cortina at its most impressive.
Ran by generation after generation of the Apollonio family since 1870, the Hotel Cortina is steeped in history, antique wood and masterfully crafted cast iron staircases give a decadent style to the place. The bar spills onto the terrace along Corso Italia, a great spot for après ski bombardinos and tasty nibbles in the Restaurantino. The main restaurant serves delicious traditional fare and there's also a small wellness area to take full advantage of.
What we like about Hotel Cortina
- Central location, you're in and amongst the glamorous buzz of Cortina ski resort
- Great après bar and terrace
- Old world elegant decor, something from a Jane Austen novel
- The bus stop is close by - it's much easier than walking
- The restaurant is well worth a visit during your stay - you won't be disappointed
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Centrally located, on the Corso Italia and the pedestrianised streets. The nearest ski lift is 300m away and the bus stops are even closer allowing easy access to each of Cortina's ski areas.
Ski regionCortina/Dolomiti Superski
Distance to slopes300m to nearest ski lift
Distance to townIn town centre
All rooms at the ski Hotel Cortina are traditionally styled with balconies looking over the Dolomites and town. Each room has a TV, mini bar, phone and internet connection. All rooms have wooden flooring.
Standard rooms have a double bed (two single beds on request) with an elegant mountain style. En suite.
Sleeps max. 2
Deluxe rooms have a double bed and are custom furnished with antique wood and Ampezzo paintings. These are in the renovated section of the hotel with bathrooms tiled in Tuscan terracotta.
Sleeps max. 2
Junior suites have a double bed and a sofa bed. They're more spacious with fine wood and wrought iron decor. There's a small seating area and superior amenities.
Sleeps max. 3
Suites have a double bed and a sofa bed, similar to the junior suite in style, they have a sitting room and most have two bathrooms.
Sleeps max. 3
- Wellness centre
- Whirlpool tub (hot tub)
- Treatments and massage - additional cost
- Ski room
- Car park and garage - charges apply
- Conference facilities
- Bag porter
- Babysitting on request
- Bed and breakfast
Resort height - 1,225m
Highest point - 2,930m
Local Cortina area - 120km of piste
Dolomiti Superski area - 1,200km of piste
SlopesSkiing in Cortina you're surrounded by stupendously beautiful mountains, we've skied all over the world and the scenery here amazes us. With slopes for all levels, you'll be praying for blue sky days just to admire the views.
Blue runs 39%
Red runs 45%
Black runs 16%
Lifts - 38
Mountain huts/restaurants - 44
Artificial snow cover - 95%
Season length - November to May
Beginners - 5/5
Intermediates - 3/5
Experts - 2/5
No queues - 5/5
Cross country - 5/5
Restaurants - 4/5
Charm - 4/5
Scenery - 5/5
Eating out - 4/5
Après ski - 3/5
Off-slope - 5/5
Winter walks | cross-country skiing | extensive shopping | swimming | ice skating | planetarium | observatory | ice hockey matches | spa | trips to Venice | First World War tunnels
Venice - 2 hours to 2 hours 30 minutes
Cortina lift pass
3 day lift pass from £139
6 day lift pass from £244
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