Overview

36 Rooms
2 hours Transfer time
Bed & breakfast Board basis

The location is key for the Hotel Olimpia Cortina. You're right on the main pedestrian street and only 350m from the Faloria gondola. Being bed and breakfast you'll want to have a look around town for the best restaurants and bars for your evening meals and they're all within easy walking distance. There's also a decent cafe/bar in the hotel itself for a few drinks closer to home.

Breakfast is enough to fuel you for the mountains and hot options are available for a small supplement if you need a little more get up and go than the coffee provides. Ski buses stop close by if you want to venture out to different lifts.

The Hotel Olimpia's small wellness area has a hot tub and Finnish sauna that's set at around 80 degrees so you'll be soothing out those aches in no time. Traditional mountain design is how you'd describe the decor; light wood, plenty of patterned red material and I think they nicked your nan's curtains. It's very clean, welcoming and the staff are great - it's family run after all. If you're looking for a decent price, clean and comfortable hotel you can't go wrong with the Olimpia.

What we like about Hotel Olimpia Cortina

- Central location and easy walk to the ski lifts
- Family run, so friendly staff and a tight run ship
- Small wellness area for a hot tub or sauna session

Worth knowing

- The rooms are on the smaller size but perfectly adequate
- If you want hot options in the morning there is a supplement - tea and coffee are included
- Hotel parking is available

Features

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Sauna
  • Wifi
  • Car parking
  • Jacuzzi
Rated 4 on TripAdvisor

What others have said

Central location and friendly service, but not my best sleep.. Oslo, Norway + Friendly receptionists + Central location, restaurants and attractions closeby + Good price (35€ for the night) - Small single rooms - Noisy outside in the night - Water not drinkable - Free... Rated 3 on TripAdvisor
COULD BE THE WORST HOTEL I EVER STAYED AT Bedford, New Hampshire We spent three nights at the Hotel Olimpia. The young man at the front desk who greeted us was pleasant and helpful. From there it was all downhill. Our room was directly over two bars. The first... Rated 1 on TripAdvisor
Interesting place Geelong, Australia We stayed one night on our way from Italy to Austria. The hotel is aging and does not have a lift. The beds were good and breakfast was okay. It is dxpensive and taxis are very expensive. There were... Rated 3 on TripAdvisor

View on map

Right in the centre of Cortina, the Hotel Olimpia is metres from the main pedestrianised street and only 350m from the Floria gondola. Cortina's bars, boutiques and restaurants surround the hotel making the Olimpia a perfect bolt hole in this picturesque town. The ski bus also stops close by if you want to make your way to any of the other base lifts in the ski area.

  • Ski region
    Cortina
  • Distance to slopes
    350m to Faloria gondola
  • Distance to town
    In town centre

Rooms

All rooms at the Hotel Olimpia Cortina have a TV with sky digital service, WiFi and a hairdryer in the bathroom as well as bathroom products.

Standard single room

Single rooms have a single bed and en suite with a shower. 

Approx. 8m2, sleeps max. 1

Standard room

Standard rooms have either a double or twin beds and an en suite with either a shower or a bath.

Approx. 12m2, sleeps max. 2

Comfort room

Comfort rooms have twin beds which can be pushed together. The bathroom has a shower and bathtub.

Approx. 16m2, sleeps max. 2

Facilities

  • Breakfast room
  • Bar
  • Sauna
  • Hot tub
  • WiFi corner - not throughout the whole hotel
  • Ski storage room
  • Car parking - additional fee

Board basis

Bed and breakfast

Resort guide

The resort

Resort height - 1,225m
Highest point - 2,930m

Ski area

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

Resort ratings

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

Activities

Winter walks | cross-country skiing | extensive shopping | swimming | ice skating | planetarium | observatory | ice hockey matches | spa | trips to Venice | First World War tunnels

Transfer times

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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