Majestic Mountain Charme
Madonna di Campiglio, Dolomites, Italy
At a Glance
Convenient location in the center of the historic village of Madonna di Campiglio
Directly opposite the Cinque Laghi lifts taking you to the Centenario ski area
Very good dining options in house, as well as in the village
Family run with exceptional attention to detail
Roof top Spa with wonderful views of the Dolomites
Simply the easiest and quickest way to start your day skiing, with a short warm up walk across the road and you are on the Laghi 5 bubble starting your day's skiing.Kate Newman
By far the best view I have ever seen from the Spa which is located on the top floor with views out across the town to the slopesKate Newman
Being centrally located this is a perfect hotel for those non skiers in the family.Kate Newman
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Majestic Mountain Charme
Established 50 years ago, and beautifully run by the Maturi family, the Majestic Mountain Charme has a reputation for fabulous hospitality. Ideal for groups of friends, couples and families alike, the hotel ensures guests experience the best of the region and its ski area. There is always someone on hand to give you tips on where to go, and local advice. Located in Madonna di Campiglio's pedestrian area, the Majestic Mountain Charme is opposite the Cinque Laghi ski lifts, with others only a five minute walk away.
Rooms in the hotel are spacious and well decorated - some with an Alpine theme, and others more contemporary in design. The Majestic Gourmet, the hotel's fine dining restaurant, has an elegant atmosphere and serves gastronomic local dishes and international cuisine. And the sommelier ensures you have the right wines accompanying everything you choose from the menu. Il Ristorante, the hotel's other restaurant, features delicious locally inspired dishes. The hotel has a lounge and bar with fireplace, where you can have a cocktail, or just indulge in the delicious pastries on offer. Guests can also take advantage of the smoking lounge. The top-floor Sky Wellness Terrace features a spa pool, a sauna, and Turkish bath with chromo-therapy. Its unusual location gives it panoramic views over Madonna di Campiglio, the ski slopes and mountains.
Known as the Pearl of the Dolomites, Madonna di Campiglio is one of Italy's premier ski resorts. Lesser known to British skiers, the village is an exclusive yet unpretentious resort, nestling at an altitude of 1550 meters in the valley between the Brenta Dolomites and the glaciers of Adamello and Presanella. It enjoys both a good snow and sun record and with its differing terrains works well for skiers of all levels.
There are three types of room, ranging from the comfortable to the elegant and spacious Suites with their views of the mountains. All have very good bathroom facilities and are comfortable and welcoming.
The recently renovated Superior Rooms are contemporary in style, in natural woods and stone.
Interconnecting rooms can be arranged, accommodating families of up to six people.
Each Junior Suite is slightly different from the other. Each has a separate bedroom and living area, and is designed in a contemporary yet welcoming style. The marble baths are particularly relaxing. These suites can accommodate up to three people.
The three suites are all slightly different, with two of them accommodating up to four people, and the third with room for up to five people. Elegantly decorated, they are all located on the fourth floor with fabulous views towards the Cinque Laghi piste and the mountains. They are all spacious and have luxurious en-suite facilities.
Location & Directions
Madonna di Campiglio, Dolomites, Italy
The Majestic Mountain Charme hotel is in the pedestrianised center of Madonna di Campiglio, opposite the Cinque Laghi lifts.
When to go
The climate in this part of the Dolomites 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.