Ski Slope Fantacy
Ski Slope Fantacy

Grand Hotel Savoia Cortina d’amprezzo, Italy


Often overlooked in the past, Italy is now coming into its own as a ski holiday destination. The Italian ski resorts are scattered across the Alps and the Dolomites. Skiing and riding in Italy is generally a bit less expensive than the neighbouring resorts in France, Switzerland, and Austria. Skiing in Italy offers families the complete range of slopes, from the tricky challenging black runs to forgiving open bowls and picturesque  tree-lined routes to wild an un-tamed off-piste opportunities. Whether in ski school or skiing with  friends and family, everyone can find slopes to suit  their individual ability.

Cortina d’Amprezzo

Queen of the Dolomites – Located in northern-most Italy, at the Gateway  to Austria. The Dolomiti Superski consists of 12 ski areas, 1,200km of piste, up to 3,000m altitude, 250 million years of history. A place where skiing never goes out of fashion with technically challenging and stimulating slopes for expert skiers as well as for beginners. Be  seduced by the charm and elegance of Telemark, experience free style skiing along the steep couloirs, or take off into the air with snow kiting,  And all it requires is 1 ski pass.


Cortina d’Ampezzo, located in the Italian province of Belluno.





Nearest City


By Air

Fly to Venice

By Road

1 hour 30 minutes from city of Venice

By Rail

Calalzo di Cadore the nearest station is 35 km. The line is Venice or Padova -Calalzo. Public bus service available to Cortina

Recommended stay

6 nights

Recommended add-ons


Best time to visit

The Ski season in Cortina lasts from December to April, with sunshine 8 o ut of 10 days.


The longest complex of ski runs in Europe. Skiing over the 5 passes crossing the Dolomites without ever removing your skis you can cross no less than 4 alpine valleys surrounded by the world’s most beautiful mountains.


Graceful and elegant movements in fresh snow are the characteristics of Telemark,the ancient technique of skiing originating from Norway.Specialist teachers are available for those who would like to experience the fascination of Telemark.


Imagine a hike in the mountain, in complete harmony with nature.Strap the mole skins on your skis and off you go to the top of the mountain. Now add the adrenaline of skiing down the mountain making fresh tracks in untouched powder snow…..where a spectacular powder ride awaits you!

Grand Hotel Savoia is one of the Italy’s finest luxury hotels, set in the heart of Cortina d’Ampezzo surrounded by the beautiful Dolomites. The famous mountains provide visitors panoramic views, and has been declared a World Heritage Site. A wide choice of appointed rooms and suites await you with exquisitely decorated contemporary furniture. All with a stunning view of the Dolomites . Afternoon tea and aperitif are increasingly popular at Savoia with guests experiencing the unique pleasures of the hotel including their excellent standards of warm and personal service, valet-parking, afternoon tea in the House, and a stroll in the near pedestrian area.

The cuisine, the wine, the service and the ambience all amaze in equal measure, all delivered in the most beautiful surroundings of the Italian Alps. Well known for their love of events and celebrations, New Year’s Eve is no exception…..For an unforgettable night of glamour, elegance and fun, the Gala Dinner at Savoia is the ultimate way to ensure to ensure that your friends and family will see the New Year in with grand style.

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