I'm very wary about booking this hotel as, despite all the reviews about great service, I have been unable to contact them by phone or email. I don't want to part with my hard earned cash until I can speak to someone there but one phone number (from their website) is wrong and the other (from google) just rings continuously.... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pragelato in January is a picture-perfect ski resort, with plenty of deep, powdery snow and glorious sunshine. France and Switzerland have long been the most popular places for Brits to purchase ski chalets, but Italian resorts are cheaper, and in some cases offer better facilities in more picturesque surroundings. Pragelato Ski Jumping Hotel is a prime example. Ninety minutes' drive from Turin, it was built when the resort was a venue for the 2006 Winter Olympics and forms part of the ski jumping stadium. The hotel has 33 rooms sleeping 130 guests in 2, 4 and 6 bed style rooms, perfect for couples, families and groups and friends. Options including B&B, half board and full board are available. The hotel can also offer ski-lift passes, ski-tuition and hire of equipment. The real attraction, of course, is the skiing. This hotel is 1,540m (5,050ft) with access to hundreds of kilometres of pistes. A new high-speed cable car takes to the slopes and to Sestriere, a 1930s ski resort in the Via Lattea (Milky Way) ski area - the second largest Alpine ski area. ... more less
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