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Hotel Alaska Cortina

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#25 of 51 hotels in Cortina d'Ampezzo
Hotel Alaska is synonymous with relaxation and worldliness, a hotel in the heart of Cortina d'Ampezzo , worthy to its location, which is one of the most renowned in the Dolomites. It is strategically situated, within a few steps of those services one should not renounce during a stay in the mountains, such as a ski and mountaineering school, an old church and the historic streets of shopping in Cortina. The gorgeous scenery of the Dolomites stretches all around as far as the eye can see. From the solarium terrace of the hotel the panorama is of indescribable, a generous witness of the majestic beauty of nature beauty. The spacious and bright rooms are warm and comfortable. A refined simplicity inspired by the characteristic alpine style, where wood is predominating and where comfort and wellness are essential factors. From the balconies of these full comfort rooms, you can enjoy moments of absolute peace by admiring the enchanting mountain peaks. Hotel Alaska's cuisine offers its best, with proposals that can satisfy even the most discerning palates. From the morning to the evening sitting at the table will be a pleasure. Mountaineering , alpine and cross country skiing, free ride, snowboard, ice Hockey, the only Italian resort among the 12 destinations of the Best of the Alps to impose itself with a wide range of activities "active profile" and "slow profile", that distinguish themselves by richness and variety, and by a series of great international events.
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Property amenities
Free internet
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Breakfast buffet
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
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Room features
Non-smoking rooms
Blackout curtains
Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Family rooms
Room service
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Positives: Location is centre of town, 1-2 minute walk from the bus station and bus stops if you are going to other ski areas. If you want to be in the middle of the town, this Hotel has definitely that covered. (so do many others though!). The Room was very large, with a balcony. The mattress was firm & comfortable. The heating could be adjusted. The shower head was very strong and we always had hot water. The breakfast was quite good (although unbalanced because too many sweet cakes etc., to the hot savoury food options which were limited). As for savoury, you have boiled eggs, some scrambled egg, toast of course, i think small sausages.. and italian meat cuts. Young Staff in breakfast room polite and helpful taking orders for coffee like espresso / macchiato (also included in breakfast price). There was a fresh juice bar, but i would prefer to have more hot food selection instead of this. As for the decor, it was definitely all about 1970's or earlier, and very very dated, and probably worth only a 3 star rating in that regard - but it was not 'as bad' as what people made out. Everything is relative to the price you pay and at about £150 a night this was the cheapest hotel in Cortina town and good value for money. The lobby area was comfortable, large and had a central fireplace which of an evening was very warm and nice if you were just there to chill before leaving for dinner. Every night there was live music and a great ambience. We ate out every evening so i cannot comment on the food (too many other great options in town). NEGATIVES: Room did not have a radiator to dry ski gloves. We ended up drying in the bathroom as that was the driest and warmest option. Lockers downstairs were also not heated for drying boots, gloves. This was not a big deal though. The staff at front desk were inconsistent in training, knowledge and helpfulness (some helpful and prompt, others had no clue what was going on). One young lady didn't even know where Socrepes ski area was, or had never heard of it (?). I speak italian so it was not a language barrier. I witnesses this cluelessness several times. It would be really useful if front desk had more information about which Ski lifts were open etc. Garage was jam packed and difficult to navigate, but at least they have an underground carpark. Too expensive at 20euros a day (10euros would be more reasonable). However, the alternatives were not great, as even if you can park in the Bus Station carpark for 7euros a day, it is metered and you have the hassle of topping up the meter nightly. You can park on meter (3 euros/hr) outside the hotel, but that is probably only practical for the drop off of your luggage.
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We spent a long weekend at Hotel Alaska with another family. Their family rooms are spacious and accommodating (we are a family of four). Breakfast was included in our booking and had enough food and variety to please all. I do wish we could have ordered fresh eggs prepared to our order, but they did offer fresh squeezed juice, coffees, scrambled and hard boiled eggs. Words of advice would include knowing your room location prior and the local events schedule. There was extremely loud music on the street during our weekend stay (FIS was in town), and the external lights of the hotel caused our room to be lit through the night (we have two small children and I am a light sleeper), which hindered a good nights rest. Only other thing I would note is that the ski locker is only metal locker storage so no boot warmers and it is not located within the hotel. Otherwise we enjoyed our stay, hotel is well kept and offers services accommodating to the ski community (bar, fire, full board, etc.). Location is great, near all major restaurants and shopping, and is directly in front of the ski bus stop! Would recommend and consider returning for another stay.
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If you need internet with your staying, then don’t choose this hotel. WiFi crap. You’ll be having problem to receive an email. It’s a shame as hotel is ok, but not sure if deserves so many stars. So try to spend your money better way.
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Booked this hotel with Thomas cook looks nice on the internet decided to upgrade room to a superior with mountain view I would hate to see the normal rooms if this is superior I am shocked at the condition of the room it is what I would expect to get if it was a 2/3 star . Curtains hanging off window very old and shabby soooo disappointing
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Staying here at the Alaska fine, we had a large room with a separate room with a double bed Ok the Barth room and furniture in the room look old and outdated. But all very clean and comfortable. If you take a car here they charge you 20euro a day to park in their underground. Cheaper to park up by the cable car only 7.50 euro a day and a two min walk back to the hotel. Breakfast all good staff all helpful I would come here again.
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$120 - $259 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
domina home alaska hotel cortina d`ampezzo
ItalyVenetoProvince of BellunoCortina d'Ampezzo
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