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Hotel Ciasa Salares

Dolomites, Italy

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 Michelin-starred restaurant and easy access to the slopes.

At a Glance

  • Superb location with easy access to the slopes

  • Michelin-starred La Siriola Restaurant serving exquisite culinary treats

  • Newly refurbished wine cellar now offers a further dining and wine experience

  • Family run hotel with stunning views of the Dolomites

  • Large swimming pool with fabulous views from its floor to ceiling windows

  • Beauty SPA Vives has a range of treatments available to suit all needs

  • Kids play room is ideally situated next to the bar so you can relax with a drink in hand while they play

Family, Ski

Insider's View

Be sure to try the house aperitif - an "Alpignacolada" in the fabulous wine bar

Scott Dunn team

Insider's View

Share a Fondue Chinoise in the newly renovated wine cellar

Kate Newman

Insider's View

Book a guide for the first day of your vacation to get to grips with the Sella Ronda circuit. They will also show you the best mountain hut restaurants and pit stops! Make sure you ski it in a clockwise direction as you will follow the sun all day.

Jenny James

Insider's View

Something a little special on Thursday nights is the three course dinner in the wine cellar - a definite highlight of my vacation.

Kate Newman

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'Ladin' is the language widely used in the Alta Badia region a dialect of their own.

Kate Newman

Insider's View

It's all about family Italian hospitality with great food here!

Jenny James

Insider's View

South Tyrol boasts the most Michelin stars of any Italian province – 17 restaurants with 20 stars between them, 1 of these at the Ciasa Salares.

Kate Newman

Insider's View

Book a cheese and wine tasting session in the cellar - the cellar has over 15,000 bottles of wine.

Jenny James

Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Hotel Ciasa Salares

Description

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. La Siriola, the hotel's very own Michelin starred restaurant serves sophisticated dishes using locally foraged food, and the accompanying wine list could keep you busy for months.

Indeed food and drink are taken so seriously here, that each week guests are invited to the wine cellar to sample delicious products, 1800 different labels at the last count, with a special emphasis on what South Tyrol has to offer. 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. Part of La Siriola, 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.

Accommodation

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.

Standard

The standard rooms (abour 22 m²) are perfect for couples or families with children. They feature a double bed but there is also the possibility to add an extra bed. Separate bathroom with bath and/or shower. The room is equipped with LCD color TV, telephone, WLAN internet access as well as a minibar.

Superior

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.

Junior Suite

The Junior Suites (about 33 m²) all have a Simmons double bed (or two single beds) with the possibility of adding a third or fourth bed as a good family option. Furnished in a typical South Tyrolean style, with local pine and larch panelling. The room is equipped with LCD color TV, telephone, WLAN internet access as well as a minibar.

Suite

Our suites (about 37 m²) are perfect for families with children or even for those guests looking for more comfort.

Suite Superior

Newly built, the Superior suite (about 47 m²) is divided into a sleeping area - equipped with Simmons beds (one double or two single ones) - and a spacious living area, which, upon request can host up to two more beds. Furnished in a typical alpine style the room is equipped with an LCD color TV, telephone, WLAN internet access as well as a minibar.

Suite Conturines

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.

Suite Salares

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 color TVs, telephone, WLAN internet access as well as a minibar. The bathroom has a sumptuous bath-tub with breathtaking views of Dolomites.

Childcare

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.

Facilities

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. For a special evening, La Siriola with its Michelin star is a memorable occasion. For something less formal, the wine bar has an extensive menu.

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.

Location & Directions

Dolomites, Italy

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.

When to go

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.

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