based on 7 nights inc. flights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
per person based on 2 adults for 7 nights in a Deluxe Double Room and including bed and breakfast and private transfers.
At a Glance
Beautiful family-run hotel, full of charm
Dine in style in the delightful St Hubertus restaurant, awarded three Michelin stars
In the quaint village of San Cassiano, just 300m from the ski lift
The spa offers an extensive range of treatments and facilities, the perfect place in which to soothe aching limbs
Two different wellness areas means families can enjoy time together or adults can relax on their own
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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.
To start planning your holiday to Rosa Alpina
Rosa Alpina is a charming hotel located in the quaint village of San Cassiano in the Dolomites. With fabulous restaurants, one of which has 3 Michelin stars, a wonderful spa and beautiful rooms it is a perfect haven to return to after a day on the slopes.
The Hotel Rosa Alpina is a beautiful family run hotel, in the quaint village of San Cassiano nestled in the Italian Dolomites. The renowned restaurant St Hubertus has recently been awarded its third Michelin Star and has also just been made a member of the Leading Hotels of the World. The 51 rooms and the Chalet Zeno, which is also owned by Rosa Alpina, have a contemporary elegance with natural materials reflecting the natural surroundings. The living area is furnished with authentic local antiques and the bathrooms have a ceramic or marble bath. The Suites are furnished according to different themes which refer to the local culture and include a comfortable sitting area with sofa. Some suites have a fireplace or tiled stove.
The outstanding restaurants range from Michelin-starred gourmet cuisine, to simple Alpine and Italian specialities. At the Wine Bar & Grill delicious pizzas are cooked in a wood oven fire and a fantastic breakfast buffet is served at Limonaia restaurant.
The Spa offers a full range of luxurious treatments, complimented by two different wellness areas. The family wellness area has a swimming pool and saunas and welcomes children and the new wellness wing for guests aged 16 and over which has saunas, hammam and an indoor swimming pool with a relaxation area. The perfect place to unwind and indulge your senses after a hard day's skiing.
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. The Rosa Alpina is located in San Cassiano at 1535m in the Alta Badia valley. Apart from downhill skiing the area offers some of the most beautiful settings for those who enjoy the cross country skiing, excursions with mountain guides, snow shoeing, ice climbing or simply sledging.
The Rosa Alpina is also ideal for summer alpine adventures.
Deluxe rooms are divided into those with south facing balcony and those with a more spacious living area and bathroom. The living area is furnished with authentic local antiques and the bathrooms have a ceramic or marble bath. The Suites are furnished according to different themes which refer to the local culture. They include a comfortable sitting area with sofa and dispose in part of a fireplace or tiled stoves. The bathrooms feature walk-in showers, bath tub and double basins. Especially ideal for families, the Rosa Alpina has a number of Suites and rooms that can interconnect.
|Deluxe Double Room||
Deluxe Double Rooms, sized 30 - 41 m², some have a south-facing balcony whilst some have a more spacious living area and bathroom. The décor is a Ladin style with authentic local antique furnishings. The bathrooms have a ceramic or marble bath with shower, some with walk-in shower and double basins.
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Deluxe single rooms measure 27sqm, they feature a double bed and all have a bathroom with shower and a small sitting area.
These suites are spacious and elegantly decorated. Sized 43 – 50 m², each individually designed they are equipped with a stylish living area, twin beds and some have a balcony. The spacious bathrooms feature bathtub, walk-in shower and double basins.
In the Suites, measuring between 44-58m², the living area can be separated from the bedroom, both of which are decorated in a traditional style. Some are set over two floors and they offer a comfortable sitting area with sofa and featuring either a fireplace or tiled masonry heater. The bathrooms feature walk-in showers, bath tub and double basins.
The 50sqm open-plan loft suites are each individually designed with charming variations of the local traditional style. Each has a 10sqm south-facing terrace offering stunning views of the surrounding area. Inside, the open-fireplace creates a warm and relaxing sitting area and the bedroom offers ultimate comfort with goose down duvets as well as spacious marble bathrooms with hammam showers and bathtub.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Rosa Alpina. There is a children’s room and kids program available at the hotel. Babysitting is available on request.
St Hubertus is the hotel's three Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant and the Wine Bar & Grill is a stylish but informal restaurant, specialising in homemade, authentic pasta dishes, pizzas, salads and local specialities. A rich and healthy breakfast buffet is served at Limonaia. The Spa and Wellness area has an indoor swimming pool and saunas available for families to use as well as a new area dedicated to guests above 16 years with an indoor heated swimming pool, relaxation area, saunas and hammam.
|Wellness wing (adults only)||
Swimming pool, relaxation area, Finnish and bio saunas, hammam, gym and herbal tea corner.
|Family wellness area||
Swimming pool and saunas
With Norbert Niederkofler as head chef this is a 3 Michelin starred restaurant with gourmet dining. Open for dinner only, closed on Tuesdays.
|Wine Bar and Grill||
An informal restaurant serving grilled meat and vegetables along with home made pasta dishes, rich salads and local specialities.
Where breakfast is served with fresh baked breads and pastries in front of panoramic windows. Also offers gluten free products.
A small, intimate restaurant serving cheese and meat fondue as well as chocolate fondue. Ideal after a full day's skiing. Fondues need to be pre-booked before 5pm.
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. Apart from downhill skiing the area offers some of the most beautiful settings for those who enjoy cross country skiing, excursions with mountain guides, snow shoeing, ice climbing or simply sledging.
For something a bit different or a special occasion the mountain lodge at 2000m may be hired for a day with fresh food delivered for guests to cook on the grill. The table is set and guests are then left to their own private time.
Dominic Atterton (Staff)
Hugo Pizzini was there to greet us on arrival at Rosa Alpina and it was immediately clear that the owner takes such pride in every guest and every aspect of the hotel which has been in his family for over 80 years. The level of service in the hotel is the highest I have experienced for a long long time and the attention to detail and the level of care shown by every member of staff is exceptional. The hotel is located right in the heart of the pretty village of San Cassiano and makes the perfect base to explore the wonders of the dolomites. Each of the hotels rooms is unique all with wonderful little design touches. Mine was modern with an egg-shaped bath and a terrace overlooking the mountains and the river which runs alongside the town. Others have small frescoes on the walls, chandeliers or ceramic stoves. Everything is postcard pretty. The food at Rosa Alpina is a major focus and the fine dining restaurant St Hubertus won its third Michelin star in 2018. The philosophy is eat the mountain which effectively translates to only using ingredients which can be found within the dolomites. This means no olive oil, no lemon and only freshwater fish. Its an incredible accomplishment and worth travelling for alone. I was in the Dolomites for the hiking season and the Rosa Alpina was the ideal place to return to each afternoon as it is so wonderfully soothing. Hugo was back to wave us off as we departed a slice of the chefs strudel packed up as a gift for the ride back to Venice. Thoughtful as ever!
Bronwen May (Staff)
Rosa Alpina is a luxurious family run hotel with amazing service and exceptional food. From the moment you arrive the staff make you feel welcome and relaxed in your new home from home. It is the perfect place for both families and couples with facilities aimed at both. Be sure to book your restaurants in advance to make sure you get to try all the incredible options including the three Michelin star restaurant as they are also very popular with the locals. San Cassiano is a quiet village, but everything you need is located in the hotel and with the lifts just a short drive away in the hotels shuttle service.
Jenny James (Staff)
The Rosa Alpina has is known as one of the pioneering hotels in the region and it certainly lived up to my high expectations. It offers a refined and elegant approach to service. The hotel has been in the family for multiple generations and the familys passion for the region is evident. Hugo, the owner, is extremely proud of the establishment and can always be seen at the heart of the hotel chatting to guests about the culture and local area.The locally sourced food and produce is used in all of their restaurants. Food is definitely at the heart of the Rosa Alpina. With 3 Michelin Star chef Norbert Niederkofler at the helm of the St Hubertus restaurant, this is one of the most famous restaurants in the country. He gained his third Michelin Star after changing the ethos to cook the mountain, meaning all produce is from the mountain all year round. Although the Rosa Alpina doesnt have a main wow factor feature it has consistently fantastic service in all elements of the hotel and understated elegance.
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 Rosa Alpina Hotel & Spa 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. The Rosa Alpina is only 300m from the ski lift.
How to get there
From London it is a 2-hour flight, followed by a 1-hour 45-minute private transfer from Innsbruck or a 3-hour one from Venice.
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