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Reviewed 22 March 2017

stayed there for 8 nights. Large room with balcony and view to Bormio. Very clean. So nice staff both in the restaurant, cleaning staff etc. We felt so welcome and home.
5-10min walk to the lift. No problem because the food at the hotel was so good that the extra exercise was needed :-) we had half board and enjoyed every single meal.
We would love to come back. If you go there you must try the big shrimps...
There is some noise in the evenings due to the restaurant is very popular.
So you can hear it in the rooms. But I had earplugs that solved that problem :-)
Eira, see you again I hope :-)
kind regards inge

Room Tip: book with a view to Bormio, perhaps a triple bed for better space
  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank inge k
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Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

Avoid at all costs - we booked a mountain view room but found ourselves in the attic in a 'room' with a tiny window that didn't open and a heavily stained bed. We asked to be moved. Begrudgingly they put us in a room by the main road with no curtains and an exposed electricity panel. To top it off the breakfast consisted of stale bread, some sort of very cheap salami and pre-packaged jams.

Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank BEN G
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Reviewed 12 September 2015

Well located place situated on a hill minutes from the town, helpful staff who speak English, the restaraunt is a must do to at the hotel, the food quality is exceptional and their is a good selection of local foods and drinks

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank JerseyBenp
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Reviewed 5 March 2015

For once I managed to stay at a hotel with my family (Wife and two children age 11 and 14) We stayed at this hotel for 6 days and had booked half board. I would normally not do half board but when on a skiing holiday you don’t want to be wandering around a town in the evening looking for somewhere to eat. Ski all day, Eat, Bed. That’s all you need (or are able for). There was 4 other families in our group and all had good things to say about the hotel. The hotel itself is located just above the town and overlooking the ski lifts. I can’t say its ski in/ski out. But it’s an easy stroll to the lifts.
The hotel itself is Swiss chalet style. Rooms are basic but have everything you need. Good size bathroom and bedroom with a large double bed and a bunk bed. Mattress was very comfortable and the rooms were spotlessly clean. (And they are cleaned every day). We had a quad room but I believe that the family room which sleeps 5 is actually two adjoining rooms. Very small TV with 4 or 5 italien channels but again we were not that pushed about watching tv.
Breakfast was typical continental style. Croissants, Breads, Jams, fruit and yogurts, cheese and cured meats. Coffee was plentiful and quite good.
As this hotel also has a fully functioning restaurant, most nights the dining room was full. Which is a good sign when the locals come to eat here. As I mentioned there was a group of us, 9 adults and 11 children, so as we were all HB we had a set menu. However even the set menu gave you a choice of two starters and two mains. We had to choose the night before what we wanted the following night. The food was great and every night the children were given the option of choosing pizza (which most did) We all had pizza on one night and I can say that it was one off the best pizza’s I have had.
Wine worked out cheap enough at 7 euros for half litre and 9 euros for a litre (why would you have half? Bad economics) Beer was 4 euros for a large. AND if you go there you must have a Bombardino. It’s sort of the local take on Irish coffee. It tastes a little of white chocolate but with a big kick of alcohol, I think brandy. Funny thing is that wherever we had one in town or on the slopes they always taste different, but always good!
The staff were very helpful and friendly and could not be faulted. Room and board worked out at 200 euros per night as this was high season. It’s lower at other times. On check out the owner gave us all a bottle of wine. Nice touch.
As I said you don’t come here for luxury but it serves it purpose and then some.

Room Tip: Higher floor (but there is no lift) are quieter
  • Stayed: February 2015, travelled with family
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Thank joe292
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Reviewed 16 March 2013 via mobile

Lovely hotel, rooms are decent size and clean.
Staff is excellent and food in the restaurant is really good, compliments to the chef!! Cannot forget the Semifreddo al Braulio one of the best dessert I ever had!!
They are always willing to accommodate your requests and very helpful.
Extremely good value for money...I would recommend it to anyone!!!

  • Stayed: December 2012
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Thank Ale-Susy07
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