Hotel Ciasa Salares
based on 7 nights inc. flights
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per person based on 2 adults for 7 nights in a Standard Double Room, including half board and private airport transfers.
At a Glance
Homely, family-run chalet style hotel, with stunning views of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Enviably located just a few minutes’ walk from the ski lifts
Exquisite dining choices, including experiences in the wine cellar and cheese room, with the hotel’s specialists
Relax in the Beauty SPA Vives, with a large range of treatments available to suit all needs
Childs play room is ideally situated next to the bar so you can relax with a drink in hand while they play
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The climate in Alta Badia is a typical alpine microclimate - winters are long and cold and from December to February average temperatures are below zero and night time temperatures can fall to minus 20°C. There are great differences between daytime and night time temperatures. Winters are snowy but approximately 100 days of sunshine between December and March is the norm.
Call us on 020 3993 4743 to start planning your holiday to Hotel Ciasa Salares
With a fabulous location close to the slopes in the heart of the Dolomites, this family-run hotel is a superb choice for foodies and families, with its first class dining options and easy access to the slopes.
Situated just a stone's throw from the pretty town of San Cassiano, the Ciasa Salares Hotel offers an all-encompassing experience for anyone looking to immerse themselves in everything that the Alta Badia region has to offer. The lifts to the slopes are a couple of minutes' walk away, taking you directly in the vast and breathtakingly beautiful ski area - the Dolomites are an UNESCO World Heritage site. Run by the same family since the 1960s, warmth and welcoming hospitality are in no short supply and guests are looked after perfectly. And if all this isn't enough, then the food here and in the mountains makes this area and in particular this hotel, well worth a visit.
Built in a traditional chalet style, the Ciasa Salares is a charming, spacious and comfortable hotel. Bedrooms are bright and cosy, and many of them have a balcony giving wonderful views of the Dolomite peaks. Guests here experience the most unbelievable cuisine. Breakfasts are hearty and substantial - perfect for a day's skiing, and the lunches on the sunny terrace of La Terrazza are delicious. The choice of restaurants is exceptional giving the size of the hotel itself. Indeed food and drink are taken so seriously here, that each week guests are invited to the wine cellar to sample delicious products, this unique experience is an opportunity to taste local food surrounded by the cellar walls stocking over 24,000 bottles, representing 1,800 different wines.
Ciasa Salares has its own Cheese Room, with no less than 70 different cheeses, and a member of the hotel's Cheese Team will expertly guide you through the varieties. And guests simply have to visit the Chocolate Room, this room houses 40 sorts of fine chocolate, for tasting and buying, from fig covered chocolate to 100% dark chocolate. Fresh fruit skewers can be dipped into pure Venezuelan chocolate from the room's own fountain. You'll need to ski quite hard to work it all off.
The Dolomites are situated in the Southern Alps in the north of Italy. The ski domain is known as the Dolomiti Superski and consists of 460 lifts and 760 miles of ski runs. The area consists of 12 valleys all accessible under one ski pass and there is enough different terrain to suit all levels of skier.
All of the 50 rooms in this gem of a family hotel are simply furnished using a blend of arolla pine, fir tree and larch with unfussy bathrooms. But its the views that inspire the most. Rooms at the back of the hotel enjoy a peaceful outlook onto the forest with its array of wildlife and the dramatic Dolomite towers above. At the front of the hotel is a panoramic feast of breathtaking peaks and stunning scenery.
Each room features a TV, telephone, internet access and a minibar as well as a fabric bag containing a soft bathrobe and slippers which guests can use for the Beauty SPA Vives.
Slightly bigger than the standard rooms, the superior rooms (27 m²) all feature a double bed (or two single beds) and can host a third bed upon request. Bathroom has bath and/or shower and WC. Fabulous panoramic views from the verandas or balconies.
The Junior Suites (about 33 m²) all have a double bed (or two single beds) with the possibility of adding a third or fourth bed, creating a good family option. Furnished in a typical South Tyrolean style, with local pine and larch panelling. The room is equipped with LCD colour TV, telephone, WLAN internet access as well as a minibar.
Suite Lavarella (about 37 m²) are perfect for families with children but also for those guests looking for more comfort. One double or twin beds with room for an extra bed in the seating area.
The Conturines suite (55 m²) is one the most luxurious suites. This room is large, spacious and equipped with every kind of comfort, from cosy Simmon beds (one double bed and one daybed) to unique handmade furnishings by local artisans. The bathroom is fabulous - enjoy a relaxing soak in the bath whilst soaking up the breathtaking views of the forest and mountains.
The Salares suite (about 50 m²) is a very spacious suite and features one Simmons double bed, spacious storage with a the option of adding extra beds in the living area. The natural pine panelling gives a very natural feel and scent which perfectly compliment the stunning views. The room is also equipped with two LCD colour TVs, telephone, WLAN internet access as well as a minibar. The bathroom has a sumptuous bath-tub with breathtaking views of Dolomites.
|Penthouse Rü Blanch||
The ultimate luxury suite at the Ciasa Salares. At 100 sqm it features one double bedroom, one bathroom, sitting room with fireplace, terrace, bar, Jacuzzi and sauna.
The hotel has a very well-equipped playroom for children, located very conveniently next to the bar, so you can have a well-deserved après-ski drink, whilst your children play.
The choice of restaurants at the Ciasa Salares is a treat in itself. Food is a big part of staying here, and the breakfasts, lunches and dinners do not disappoint.
If you find time between skiing and eating, try the very relaxing and indulgent Vives Spa, with its vast array of treatments. The views from the pool and its floor to ceiling windows make it worth it.
The spa features a swimming pool, Turkish bath, Finnish sauna, an infrared cabin, solarium and a whirlpool bath. There are also cabins for face and body treatments.
|Infiní Eat on Beat Terrace||
When the sun is out Infiní terrace is a lovely place to have lunch or a snack. Serving dishes such as Fassone beef tartare, fried dumpling with S. Ilario ham and sea bass in a salt crust. With live DJ set at weekends.
Open for lunch from 12 pm - 2.30 pm and from 2.30 pm.
Open for breakfast and dinner this restaurant uses fresh, local produce, some of which is grown in the hotel's garden. They pride themselves on fresh, healthy food and being able to cater to a wide range of diets.
Open for breakfast:7.30 am - 10.30 am
Open for dinner from : 7.15 pm - 9.30 pm
|Nodla Chocolate Room||
Chocolate lovers will absolutely love this Chocolate Room. Let the experts guide you through at least 40 different types of chocolate and enjoy it in the tasting lounge where can be paired with sweet wines or spirits. Meticulously chosen for their quality and taste the variety of chocolate ranges from 30% to 100% cocoa.
Open from 6pm, closed Wednesdays.
Let the specialist cheese team advise you on the different flavours and textures of cheese and the wine pairings. With 70 different cheeses and 1800 different wine labels. Cheese tasting menus are available.
Open from 6pm, closed Wednesdays.
|Cocun Cellar Restaurant||
Guests can visit the wine cellar with 16,000 bottles and 1,600 different labels. Dinner in the cellar includes fondue and aperitivio, as well as cheese and wine tastings.
Advance reservations recommended. Open from 6pm for wine tastings and from 7.30pm for dinner. Closed on Wednesdays.
|Bona Lüna Dine Bar||
A casual wine bar serving mainly Mediterranean cuisine along with an impressive list of wines and spirits.
Open from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm.
Enjoy fine Cuban cigars accompanied with spirits in the antique leather armchairs. Adjacent to the Wine Bar.
Jules Maury (Staff)
Having a place in Switzerland and being therefore biased about ski resorts and scenery, my recent 48 hours in the Dolomites has changed my views for life. A day and a half in San Cassiano was all it took to fall in love, even with the first day a complete white out! The Sellaronda is a ski route that loops around the massif of the Sella mountain range and is truly one of a kind with its network of lift facilities in a setting surrounded by rocky peaks, thick forests and snow-covered landscapes which you see in the photo. The main connecting villages are Val Gardena, Corvara, Arabba and Canazei. They are all linked together by numerous lift stations and amazing restaurants. The total distance of the loop, including lifts, is about 40 kilometers and truly heavenly skiing. The mountain refugios (restaurants serving delicious Italian fare) were fantastic and the family run Ciasa Salares is now one of my favourite hotels in Europe. This is always a favourite destination for Scott Dunn Private and now she knows why! If you are a history buff look up the history of Lagazuoi featured in the photo. The 8,5 km long Armentarola which is without doubt the most famous slope in the Dolomites and one of the most beautiful ski runs in the world.
Cammie Burke (Staff)
For skiiers, foodies and lovers of the great outdoors a visit to Ciasa Salares is a must. The ski-in location is superb, set right outside of the town of San Cassiano in the heart of the Dolomites. The hotel is a foodies paradise as the hotel has a Michelin-starred La Siriola Restaurant, a lounge bar, a chocolate room, a cheese cantina and a wine cellar composed of approximately 24,000 wines. Ciasa Salares offers a warm, inviting family run atmosphere, making this the perfect base to explore the region.
Reavley Family - August 2017 (Guest)
Ciara Salaries is a great hotel - it's a family run hotel and it shows - excellent attention to detail. Nothing was too much
trouble. Very friendly staff. The couple who originally opened the hotel, now in their eighties I guess, are still involved,
chatting to guests. We were made to feel very welcome. The food was excellent - we ended up eating there every evening (4 course meal) and we were not disappointed. Even the canaps served with our drinks were amazing!
We had a fondue and a wine tasting in the hotel's huge wine cellar hosted by Jan Clemens, grandson of the original
hoteliers, who demonstrated his great passion and enthusiasm for wine! They were both excellent and good value for
money. There was also a complimentary picnic up in the mountains - more delicious food and wine!
Lewis Family - February 2017 (Guest)
The Dolomites are beautiful, the transfers to and from the airport were very efficient and the food in the hotel was great. A delightful hotel, with great food.
Bee Haywood (Staff)
Really easy to get to with a 2 hour fly to Innsbruck then just a 1.5 hour transfer, its very do-able for a long weekend or with little ones in tow.
The hotel is charming, with friendly staff and a lovely welcoming atmosphere. There are just 50 bedrooms so the whole experience is very personal. The dcor is traditional Alpine and theres a swimming pool and spa. Its all so easy, the hire shop is just across the road and theres a shuttle bus that runs you into the village. But the focus is really the stunning food. There are five restaurants to choose from. La Siriola being the one with the most hype and a Michelin star. The food is fabulous, with a big emphasis on sourcing local produce. The wines arent too shabby either with a wine list famous throughout ltaly. The wines are matched to the dishes (or simply enjoyed by the fire as you discuss the days events). The waiters are knowledgeable and are particularly proud of the biodynamic wines. The chocolate room is fun and adds a bit of theatre with a chocolate fountain and shelves of every possible flavoured chocolate you can think of. Cantina Sirola, the restaurant set down in the wine cellar, has walls completely lined with thousands of bottles of wine. And guests enjoying spoiling wine, cold meats and cheeses (from the cheese room and cold meats room that are both housed down in the cellar). Theres also Ristorante Salares for classic and international cuisine in the evening and then the relaxed Wine Bar Siriola (theres an adjacent Smorting room for smoking and flirting!) and the final option, Ristorante La Terrazza, is for lunch or a snack on the sunny terrace.
Fardy Family - February 2016 (Guest)
The holiday was outstanding, the hotel was excellent and they were all so helpful. First class hotel, facilities and ski resort.
Ciasa Salares, Italy - Free Nights OfferEnjoy a free night at Hotel Ciasa Salares in the Dolomites when you book your Easter Ski holiday.
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01 April 2021 to 05 April 2021
Ciasa Salares, Italy - 7 Night OfferBook your stay at the Ciasa Salares through Scott Dunn for 7 nights and only pay for 6 nights.
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05 January 2021 to 15 November 2021
Day Trip to Kronplatz
Enjoy the breath-taking views of the Dolomites at the Lumen Museum and AlpiNN Restaurant, located at the summit of Plan de Corones in Kronplatz.
First World War Ski Tour in the Dolomites
Add a cultural element to your skiing and discover the instrumental part the Dolomites played in the First World War. This 80km ski tour is over 4 days and features fascinating remnants of the war combined with spectacular ski slopes and scenery.
Lagazuoi Hidden Valley Ski Circuit
A unique experience skiing the hidden valley of the Lagazuoi mountain, you will ascend the Lagazuoi peak at 2,778m, by cable car and then ski down into the valley to be met by a horse and sleigh to tow you back to the village.
An overnight stay in a mountain 'rifugio' is a must when spending time in the Dolomites. These rifugios (refuges) differ in the facilities that they offer; some are quite basic, some are more luxurious.
Ski the Sella Ronda
Ski mountaineering in The Dolomites is usually a demanding activity and certainly not for beginners, however The Dolomites offer a ski touring experience with a difference that everyone can enjoy - the Sella Ronda circuit.
Sunrise Breakfast in a Mountain Hut
Experience sunrise over the Dolomites and skiing the pristine slopes of Alta Badia first, as well as a delicious breakfast in a typical mountain hut.
Location & directions
Not far from the Austrian border, the Hotel Ciasa Salares is in the heart of the Italian Dolomites in the tiny village of San Cassiano in Badia. The Dolomites are a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site.
How to get there
From London it is a 2-hour flight, followed by a 1-hour 45-minutes private transfer from Innsbruck or a 3-hour one from Venice.
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