Very clean hotel near gondola to upper station and ski slopes. You have to carry your skis after skiing to the hotel or you can store them at ski rental for 10Eur/week. Free small spa with dry and steam sauna, jacuzzi for extra charge. Unfortunately wifi in hotel for extra charge, but with data roaming today no problem. Good kitchen, you can choose from 3 choices for dinner, drinks at extra charge. Room cleaning every day.
the room for four person was the room was very large, cozy and clean. the proprietors were kind, polite and helpful.they complied in the stay as agreed upon in the booking. Breakfast was good and complete, continental. The coffee served with the automatic machine was very good and also the cappuccino served with fresh milk. There is a focus on use to local products that are of excellent quality. The restaurant offered various and tasty dishes every night
All in all - bad price and quality ratio.. Good: very good place near gondolas, clean rooms, good coffee machine. Bad: dinner was terrible, and serving time very long during meals.. Wifi is for extra money and jacuzzi for extra charge too..
very noisy hotel, I complained with the reception, they pretend to do something about it, they actually didn't. My walls literally shaked every ten seconds because of some bad guests but nobody cared. Never again.
Spent Easter holidays here in March 2018. Main reasons to choose the place were: affordable price, half board meal plan and close distance to ski lifts. Since we travelled by chartered bus, i didnt like the idea of roaming around looking for restaurant after long day skiing. The food was great. Breakfast menu is more or less same: boiled eggs, omelettes, cheese, ham/speck, fruit salad etc. There is a coffee machine, but coffee lovers will be heavily disappointed. This was not famous Italian coffee. Anyway, its not the coffee we were here for. Dinners were fantastic! Each morning you were presented a menu card to choose from. Usually, it was 3 course dinner (including dessert) plus salad bar + selection of cheese. Drinks (wine, juice, tea) were not included, but the price was fair (~3 Eur/glass of wine, 2,5 Eur /0,5 l juice, 2 Eur/tea). Hotel also has sauna (open from 16 to 19) but i havent paid it a visit. Wifi at the hotel is 5 Eur/week. The connection is quite weak. TV doesnt havent English channels (but who cares about TV these days?). The hotel is ~3 min walk from nearest ski elevator which takes you to Marilleva 1400. The only flow is that after long days skiing, deadly tired, you have to crowl uphill. Luckily, we didnt have to carry our equipment since we choose to deposit it in ski depot next to ski lifts. So, hard core skiers, probably, would need to consider that.…
A great family run Hotel with authentic home cooked meals. Clean and spacious. Next to a ski rental and ski lift. Take the lift and ski to Madonna di Campiglio, takes about an hour and it is an unbelievable trip.
The hotel is excellent - the staff of hotel is very nice, accommodation also, hotel is in a very comfortable place - near ski-lift, breakfast and dinner is very good, the hotel has a spa - that's also a good thing, so all in all I say its perfect for its price :)
The hotel is about 100m away from the little station Marilleva 900 on the cute Trentino train - just one carriage and stops every 2min :) but still they sent a car to pick us up wth the snowboard as it is uphill. It's a family run hotel and you can feel it. Everyone is so so nice. There are 3 generations working there. It's very clean and tidy. There is a room downstairs for skiis, snowboards, wet gloves etc. There is a lift, beautiful restaurant, bar, TV room (every room has a TV anyway) and a terrace. WiFi is very cheap. The room we had was very big, with a safe, towels and bathrobes provided. THE ONLY 2 negative things: the shower is not mounted on the wall so you have to hold it and the hair dryer takes forever to do its job if you have long hair. Anyway, food and service is excellent. Real traditional and local food - Trentino is all about apples so expect every vinegar including balsamic to be made of apples. You can even buy a bottle there - which obviously did. There is a pizzeria down the road but we only ate there once and only because we wanted to try it as the food in the hotel keeps you full all day. It takes 5min walk down the hill and you have the cable cars up the slopes. IF YOU BOOK your STAY DIRECTLY WITH THE HOTEL THE SKIPASSES ARE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE. Otherwise it's 80 euros for 2 days and about 400 for a week. I don't ski so spent my days walking and the area is stunning. The little village/town of Mezzana is picteresque. There are 2 supermarkets, bank, cashpoint, gift shops, an Irish pub (10min walk from the hotel), ice rink and countless ski renting places. It's very popular with kayaking, rafting and mountain biking in the summer. To get there we flew to Verona, took a train to Trento (1.5hrs for 12 euro or a fast hr train for about 30 euro) and the little train all the way to Marilleva900 which takes 2hrs (only about 70km) and costs 4.70 euro. Then Matteo at the hotel advised us to go back on a coach that leaves from the town and goes all the way to Verona airport. 2.5 hrs for 19 euro - thank God for cheap travel in Italy! We had a great time: my sister wa snowboarding while I chilled out walking, sunbathing on our balcony and studying for my exams in peace and quiet. Matteo gave us a lift to the coach too. It's a traditional hotel, nothing fancy but clean, friendly, spacious and with a real family feel. e're definitely coming back! (I can't stop thinking about that home made plum jam they serve for breakfast...)…