See why so many travelers make Sporthotel Europa sul Lago their hotel of choice when visiting Alleghe. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning and a minibar, and Sporthotel Europa sul Lago makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a concierge and room service. In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Alleghe's popular Mediterranean restaurants such as Pizzeria Al Fornel, Pizzeria Rudatis, and Ristorante Barance, all a short distance from Sporthotel Europa sul Lago.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out Lago di Alleghe (0.2 mi) and Chiesa di San Biagio (0.1 mi), some attractions that are a short walk from Sporthotel Europa sul Lago.
At Sporthotel Europa sul Lago, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Alleghe.
I slept in a sister property but had all meals here and had use of all public facilities. This is an excellent hotel a short (50-60m) downhill walk from the main village area. It's a beautiful location, overlooking the lake, and a first floor bar and terrace makes full us of that. The staff is top notch, and all public areas are of a very good standard. Despite being a very large group, the food was excellent, Breakfast was buffet, with everything from bacon (or at least an Italian variation thereof) and scrambled eggs, through full continental including cakes and pastries. Dinner included a buffet salad bar and a three course meal which, for the 7 days we were there, would be difficult to fault. Perhaps the only complaint - and in fairness this is part due to the size of the group, the bar area was a little cramped. Though the staff is professional and friendly, and the drinks extremely good value. The boot room (and games room and spa) are on the lake level, and a courtesy bus provides transport to and from the ski lift.…
Stopped here with a large group (70+ people) in late Jan. Really nice hotel with good food for both breakfast and dinner. Bar are really pleasant. The hotel provides a minibus service to the main lift which was very efficient. Only downsides were a few nights the water for showers wasn't as hot as it could have been and there was no real orange juice for breakfast.
I stay at the Sporthotel Europa for a week’s vacation in Alleghe, Italy. I loved the hotel, the owners, the staff, and the whole town! I will rate Sporthotel Europa with 150% Excellence in Service! I had the pleasure of meeting the family who owned and operated the hotel. The staff member who welcomed us upon arrival was Alessandro, the son of the owner. He was polite and welcomed us with a smile. Daniella, Alessandro’s mother works in the office also. Thais, Alessandro’s wife is the masseuse at the Hotel’s gorgeous spa facility and also a Yoga Instructor. She is an excellent masseuse and yoga instructor full of kindness. We practiced yoga indoor and outdoor. Other activities included paddle-boating and hiking along the Dolomite mountains. My room was nice with a balcony overlooking the lake and the Dolomite mountains in the horizon. The food served at the hotel restaurant was excellent! The Buffet breakfast was served with plenty of choices. The cheeses and pastries were the best I’ve ever tasted! The Dinners were equally as good! The meats, vegetables, and desserts were made with fresh ingredients. And of course, the wines were outstanding!…
Exactly as described by Duncan S. There is such a generous spirit about the hotel, the staff just couldn't be more helpful and friendly, and the daily free snacks (and all the food served) are delicious, if bad for the waistline. If you have a room on the front, you can enjoy the beautiful view across the lake. I was allocated a room in the eaves, which meant I couldn't stand up to shower - I was given another room which became available after one night, without any fuss. If I have an criticism at all (actually, like Duncan S, I think it would be quite nice to have a safe in the room) it is that Massimo is no longer behind the bar in the evenings; service in the bar was a bit patchy this time. I have been before and cannot wait to go again.
Stayed for a week's ski trip as part of a larger group. Food excellent - decent choice of hot and cold food for breakfast and wonderful 4 courses for evening meals - really filling high quality food. Very nice snacks on the bar in the afternoon when back from the slopes. Staff very friendly and couldn't do enough for you. Really useful shuttle bus up to the main ski lift and back, as it's a little walk up a cobbled hill if not!! Excellent facilities, room was clean and comfortable with plenty of room and good bathroom. Wellness area very nice too. Slight con in no safe in the room or tea and coffee making, but didn't overly bother us. Would highly recommend and will return I'm sure!
There was a wide choice of hot and cold food for breakfast. Evening meals were pretty good too. The staff were very friendly and helpful. There is a free shuttle service from the hotel to the gondola station mornings and afternoons.
We stayed one night. Pros: well situated on the lake edge and near the town centre. The room was a reasonable size, bed reasonably comfortable, bar fridge, desk and chair,. The bathroom was reasonable size with separate shower (no bath). Free Wi-Fi which works in the room. Small Veranda with chairs outside. The food for dinner was very good. The breakfast buffet was varied and reasonably good. The staff were friendly and helpful. Cons: no safe, no coffee/tea making facilities In summary this is a very pleasant hotel in which to stay and enjoy the local surroundings and in reasonable comfort.
We stayed here for just over a week in early June, they promised a nice room with a balcony and lake view, and it was nice, very well appointed indeed. Whilst the quality of a hotel is partly the decor and appointments, the important parts are the staff, and I have to say the staff here are exemplary. Part way through I went down with a very unpleasant (and painful) attack of sciatica. The young lady in charge (a member of the Pra family, who also own and run the Hotel alla Posta, a couple of miles up the valley) arranged a couple of sessions with their masseur (he didn't cure it but certainly eased it) and found a local, English speaking, pharmacist to arrange analgesia. One evening I was hobbling from the Dining room to the lift, one of the waitresses saw me and brought over a chair for me to sit on and ride in the lift on. The next time we meet that young lady will certainly learn something to her advantage! The hotel is advertised as a sport hotel and is certainly kitted up for it, skiing and snowboarding in the winter, and cycling and hillwalking in the summer. For those who like to travel light they have an excellent laundry service. If you are incapacitated (like me) sitting on the hotel terrace in the sun gazing over the lake sipping a large Aperol Spritz is to be recommended!…
We have just spent five nights at the hotel on a cycling trip. The location is fantastic overlooking the lake, the room was very comfortable and the food was excellent. We would thoroughly recommend it.
This is my second stay here in this hotel, which has lovely lake views. Unlike last year, I booked quite late so I ended up with a small solo room with a sloping ceiling. I'm short so that didn't bother me too much although taller people may want to specify they need a room without the sloping ceiling! The real reason to keep coming back to this hotel and to give it four stars is the level of service. I think the mattress must have been new so I found it too hard to sleep on. When I mentioned this to reception, the man there looked instantly concerned and said he would send someone with an extra quilt for me to put on the mattress. Less than 20 minutes later, a knock on the door and there is Veronica from housekeeping with a lovely friendly attitude. I expected her to just hand me the quilt but no. She stripped off the bed and remade it completely. Then, as I don't speak any Italian, she used google translate on her phone and told me to tell her the next day if that was ok or if I needed a second quilt. Very proactive! Although the hotel isn't that far from the gondola, each day there is a minibus to take people to and from the hotel to the gondola. A much appreciated extra at the end of a long day. The food is superb. Christine was the only one of the wait staff to speak English and always had a smile for everyone. Due to religious reasons, there were a few things I couldn't eat but she never let me skip a course. Christine was lovely and kept suggesting different things until I gave in and stuffed myself with the excellent food. She also went over and above normal service. When one of our group came back late in the evening from hospital with his face partly bandaged and stitched up following a nasty fall on the slopes, Christine was immediately concerned. Although he had missed the dinner service, she got him a bowl of soup as well as a load of serviettes - which he needed for his broken nose. Massimo behind the bar gave our broken faced friend a drink on the house as the guy was still in shock and shaky. I didn't use the spa but I heard it was newly installed and the work completed the day we arrived. Everything I heard about the new spa was positive. Overall, the staff at this hotel are genuinely caring and nothing seems to be too much trouble for them. I'll be back with snowHeads next year and already looking forward to it.…