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Via Case Sparse 102, 25056 Passo del Tonale Italy
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The family-run Hotel Dolomiti has an excellent location on the slopes of Passo del Tonale. The Hotel has also a Restaurant and a Bar. All rooms have private facilities and TV. Free Wi-Fi available in the common areas ( entrance, Restaurant, Bar). Excellent food and friendly service. Cosy atmosphere. By any doubts contact the Hotel directly, they will be happy to help you on.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Bar / lounge
Ski school
Fax / photocopying
Ski In / Ski Out
Baggage storage
Parking garage
Public wifi
Breakfast buffet
Kids' meals
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
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Room features
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Interconnected rooms available
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, French, Italian
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Staff were very unhelpful; didn't help when we complained about a leaking toilet, blood on the bedsheets and overall bad conditions. Food is very limited, we ate mostly the same meals over the 5 days we stayed there.
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I shared a room with 2 other guys ,2 single beds and a bunk bed on the first floor, the room was spacious ,cleaned and beds made every day including clean towels, shower had enough hot water when I used it. One of the draws needed a bit of diy but in general furniture was adequate and plenty to store our clothes in, We found this room fairly quiet . My only gripe was that the pillow was too hard and thick for my liking and often ditched it. The meals were good enough , some dishes I preferred more than others, but I did not leave any food on my plate. All the staff were good . The location of the hotel is excellent with the lifts just opposite . Plenty of room to store your skis in the basement, but recommend to keep your boots in your room if you have problems putting them on if they are cold. I think this is the cheaper hotel that Crystal ski do ,but it was plenty good enough for our stay
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This is our 3rd visit to PT but first to this hotel. We were given room 106 first impressions OMG basic is the word and as my husband is 6'4" this room/bathroom would not have worked! We have skied since 1990 and not had a room like this!! Yes you only sleep in the room but there has to be some comfort!.the room was very cold after reporting to reception we were moved phew right move. The lady on reception was very nice and helpful. Room 120 larger and the bathroom shall we say was more workable. Location fabulous if the roads were not cleared it would be ski to your door!!.Food - just read the previous review - Breakfast as this is a 3* hotel there is no hot food, but you can boil eggs, we have stayed in many 3* without boiled eggs!! Dinner - the usual lovely salad buffet (though comments were made oh cold veg!!) if you ski in Italy this is salad!!.then pasta choice, then your main meat/vegetarian option/sweet option. The food for a 3* was very good.If you are fussy ski in Scotland!! Only 2 things that we thought were naughty - i asked for a cup of milk one night and was charged 1 euro!! also some of the guys asked if they could have a coffee instead of a sweet and were charged even though they did not have a sweet! On a good note our pick was 6.30am and we had full breakfast speaking to people on the coach most people were given breakfast bags! So thank you Dolomiti for breakfast. Would we return to this hotel yes but not room 106 thank you. All staff were very nice.
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I very rarely leave negative reviews but on this occasion I feel I have no choice. I will start with the positives.....the hotel is excellently located fir access to the slopes, it really could not be better placed. The accommodation was warm and the ski storage was spacious. That’s about where I run out of positives I’m afraid. The reception service is poor with no information given when checking in. We had to find our room, find the ski room, find someone to show us how the safe worked as there were no instructions. There were no piste maps available, fir days. In fact we went to the visitor centre and brought enough back fir other guests. The room was basic at best with insufficient working lightbulbs, a faulty hairdryer, inadequate hot water and rickety furniture. The linen was old, shabby, faded, frayed and my pillow case had a bloodstain on it and my sheet had burn holes in which looked like they had been made by hot cigarette ash. Much of the linen had the name of another hotel on it so I can only assume it to be second hand. Towels however were changed daily which I s unusual these days and actually unnecessary. The hotel,is noisy, not from the road traffic but from the other guests, the hard floors and thin walls. The rooms are poorly appointed and cleaning was perfunctory. I could go on, meals were of varying quality, some delicious, some not. Breakfast is poor but the coffee is good. Restaurant service is inconsistent and on occasions rude. In short, for the money you can stay in a better hotel.
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We have stayed at the Hotel Dolomiti about 17 times, either as part of a ski group or as a family. It is a lovely traditional, friendly and comfortable hotel, situated just across the road from the nursery slopes. The rooms are simply furnished and comfortable with beautiful views, complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. The views from the restaurant are breathtaking. However, the reason that we return is because of the wonderful food and hospitality by Stefano and the rest of the Bulferetti family and all of their staff. Nothing is ever too much trouble and they are all so friendly and welcoming.
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$74 - $196 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalyTrentino-Alto AdigeProvince of TrentoPasso del Tonale
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