We have just returned from a week in Cortina. The Miramonti is about 2km out of town and looks spectacular from the outside, especially in the snow. Our corner room was very large and comfortable but the bathroom too cramped with toilet almost touching the bath. It is a hassle getting to the slopes to ski. Take the shuttle bus to Pizza Roma, then walk to buy ski pass from bus station, then take a public bus to the slopes. I asked the driver of the shuttle if he could take us to the lift station - he said sure and when I was about to tip him 10 Euro (which I thought was generous as he also offered to collect me later) he asked for 15 - that is 30 Euros for a round trip to the slopes which is only another minute or so from the Pizza Roma. Even the local taxis charge 15-20 Euros from centre of town to the hotel. One day we were charged 70 Euros to take us to a ski area about 15mins away! I think that by staying in the hotel they can see you coming! But I think the hotel shuttle driver has a tidy business which isn't really what a "free shuttle" in a ski town should be - and I have stayed in some of the best hotels in ski resorts around Europe. Only ate one night in hotel - the dining room is so dated and food tired and our meat tough and over-cooked. There are some great restaurants in the town. Also breakfast leaves a lot to be desired. The barman one evening told me he felt he was working in a museum and it certainly feels that way. We're in our 50's and enjoy living life to the full - if you enjoy skiing and wish to experience everything else that Cortina has to offer I would strongly advise against this expensive and over-rated hotel.