See why so many travelers make Hotel Ariston their hotel of choice when visiting Molveno. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Hotel Ariston features a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and beach chairs. Plus, guests can enjoy a hot tub and a lounge, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Molveno. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Ristorante All'Aquila Nera e Cima Tosa and Ristorante Pizzeria Al Caminetto, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Ariston.
During your visit, be sure to check out Parrocchia di San Carlo Borromeo (0.0 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.
At Hotel Ariston, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Molveno.
This is a really nice hotel ideally placed up a couple of slopes from the lakeside. This gives lake facing rooms a beautiful view while not presenting a mountain climb for guests. It is also well placed for the cable car/chairlift. Just take a walk straight up the hill. This is quite steep! The rooms are spacious and the beds are very comfortable. The en suite shower and toilet are also in good size rooms and there are plenty of drawers and hanging space. Towels are changed daily and the room, like the rest of the hotel, is kept clean to an immaculate standard. All you can eat buffet breakfasts contain a large variety of continental fare including fruit and yoghurt, numerous pastries, cakes, cheeses and meat, fruit juices, rolls and bread which you can toast if you wish. Tea and coffee is served at the table including cappuccinos. Dinner offers a variety of salad items for self service. Guests choose from a choice of 3 starters and 3 main courses at breakfast and are then offered a variety of desserts to suit all tastes. The food is well cooked, tasty and offers good variety. There is a lovely bar overlooking the lake with outside seating on a terrace. Staff are available all day to service alcoholic or non alcoholic drinks. The cappuccino is excellent and I developed a particular taste for Aperol spritzer! The television provides sports coverage but if Italy is playing that is the match on TV! The staff are all delightful and it is like a friendly family gathering. Why only a 4 star ranking? The wi-fi is a bit intermittent but I found I could also login to the local Trentino network. One shouldn’t be a slave to wi-fi on holiday but it is nice to know you have a good strong signal. Would I go again to this hotel again. Most definitely. Anyone choosing it will find a warm welcome, lovely staff, food, rooms and bar/lounge. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay.…
We visited three times during our weeks stay in Molveno. First was coffee, second was strudel and drinks and third light lunch and strudel again. You have guessed the strudel was very good. Stunning location. Pleasant staff. Would highly recommend. Very good value.
A circular walk from the hotel to Refuge Croz dell Altissimo with John a member of our group,We set off from the the cable car station up a steep grass slope to Via Belvedere to the Sentiero Deft track to the viewpoint for Lake Molveno. It climbs diagonally up through the forest to Valle dell Orla to reach the cliff path for the Refuge.The path hugs the cliffside passing through a tunnel,and under overhangs with the cliffs soaring above and dropping vertically to the river valley below.After 2-3 hrs you reach the Refuge,it was fenced off for maintenance work.We where standing in a basin of boulders at the base of the encircling Dolomite mountain ridges.Just up from the fence I noticed a flat grassy area, we clambered up and sat down to have our lunch.On looking round ther was a large H carved in the grass, we were sat on a helecopter pad.We had just finished our lunch when we heard the rotors of a helecopter, it came from between to peaks ad crossed the valley in front of us,We thought nothing of it as they had been flying back and forwards all morning. Suddenly the sound of rotors was growing louder, and there it was coming straight towards us,we sat there mesmerised as it swung round to land right behind us,throwing up dust and twigs, my hat went soaring through the air, Johns camera bag rolled down the slope,our map flew out of the bag and entangled itself in the square mesh of the fence.I slid down rescue my hat, the map , the camera and the bag. …
Nice hotel, located in the village. Fantastic view of the lake and surrounding mountains (from some rooms!). Rooms and bathrooms are good size, with balconies ± lake view, very clean. The bed is very comfortable. Breakfast so-so, with cakes, salami, yoghurt, a lot of gems and dried fruits (a lot of sugar). Do not expect fresh fruits, seeds/nuts, boiled eggs (just scramble eggs). The dinner was very nice, with no choice of fruit as desert! Staff were excellent! The bar is wonderful with great view of the lake and a lot of choice of drinks. There is a terrace with a small jacuzzi and lake view.
Molveno is very pretty town with lots to see and do .Our room had a stunning view over the lake and was very clean and comfortable.The hotel is in a wonderful location in the town, walkable to the lake and cable cars.We were on a Saga tour.Breakfast was very good,the evening meal was a set menu we could choose from which was Ok but ordinary.The salad bar was good.The public spaces were comfortable.I would definitely return.
The hotel which is of a traditional style is situated in the centre of the town, shops are just a few minutes walk away. Rooms have a safe, some have fridges and those with those overlooking the lake have a stunning view. Walking outside of the hotel you are amazed at the sight of the lake and the surrounding dolomites. The staff are very friendly and helpful, the hotel is clean and spotless. A good choce of food for breakfast, the hot elements being sausage, bacon and scrambled egg and the evening meals consisted of a buffet salad, a multiple choice for the first and second courses though soup and pasta were normally included in the former. As the hotel is in the centre, the lake is a short walk down and the cable car up.
Stayed here with group, lovely room (302) with stunning lake view. No AC but it wasn’t a problem for us as we were out all day & the evenings were not too hot. Food was average but ok. Stunning cable car & chair lift in walking distance & the highlight of my holiday was tandem paragliding from the top of the mountain (165 euros but worth every cent)!
A lovely small hotel with friendly staff. The rooms are spotlessly clean and with comfortable beds. The only downside is that there is no air conditioning, not needed during a skiing holiday but in the summer when temperatures soared to 37 degrees, it was a problem. But we survived and the views of the lake and mountains are worth every bit of discomfort! The food is very good. We were part of a coach party and always had a choice of starters and main. Always a selection although veal seemed to be very popular and I didn't know that there were so many variations of pasta! But all good. There is a roof terrace but unfortunately there is no shade so impossible to stay there for long in the searing sun although the hot tub must be lovely for skiiers! The staff work hard to make this a comfortable, friendly family hotel and they succeed. A bar/terrace overlooks the town square where there is occasional entertainment. A free shuttle bus runs every 15 minutes back and fore to the lake and we found this very useful. This is a beautiful location and we will have lovely memories of the Ariston.…
How often does the view from your balcony match the picture in the brochure? Well on this occasion it certainly did and more! From this hotel you can look over the lake and the Dolomite mountains which is a spectacular view. The Hotel is perfectly situated near the local piazza where music and dancing is held for the local community a few nights of the week. Hotel Ariston is family run and is cosy but also smart and stylish too. Definitely a must visit. Also perfect for cyclists and there are many other local sports available too such as paragliding and pedalos on the lake.
The hotel was very nice and clean, so was the room. Location of the hotel is good, very nice view on the lake. If you are there in winter for skiing, you have to walk about 300 m in skiboots to skibus station, that is a bit uncomfotable. Kitchen is also quite good.