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Albergo Cristallo

Via Ronchi 53/61 p.le impianti, 24010 Foppolo Italy
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Italian
Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Ski rentals
Ski school
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Meeting rooms
Fax / photocopying
Coffee shop
Breakfast in the room
Kids' meals
Snack bar
Wine / champagne
Shuttle bus service
Ski In / Ski Out
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
24-hour front desk
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Room features
Family rooms
Room service
Bottled water
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Stumbled upon an apperitivo there while on a walk around Foppolo. Were quite surprised as from the outside place doesn't look too attractive or entertaining. Despite that we had quite a decent time there with live dj music and a nice selection of local snacks available on bar.
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Stayed here in February with three friends. Staff were incredibly friendly, which is more than can be said for the locals whose pass time it is to attack unsuspecting British tourists with snowballs through bedroom windows, we sorted them out. Also noteworthy is the local shop, the owner of which is more than happy to sell kids knives and hip flasks. Watch out for pukey clothes on the fire escape. The beds could be stronger, as we were situated in a mountainous region and were concerned as to whether the beds would be able to withstand avalanches, they were subjected to a simple earthquake test, which it promptly failed. As a bunk bed became two singles we were restricted for space somewhat. Sleep quality was also worsened by having our room invaded by paramedics who stole our bin to tend to next door after a rather dodgy piece of meat had been consumed, I'd avoid that room if I were you. Food was generally edible to an extent, but going vegetarian would be recommended unless you truly want to put the monstrous toilet to the test, it is capable of withstanding several vindaloo poos a day, unlike my roommates. Be warned wifi connectivity is poor and comparative to a small donkey in speed. The Follopian Yeti is a major issue in the local area, it terrorises crusty kids, but is fortunately rarely encountered.
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Myself and a group of 3 others stayed here for a week in February, when we first arrived we were impressed by the impressive scenery, but had to review our life choices when we got downstairs to sample the cuisine, the chocolate mousse was nothing short of a coagulated mass of animal and vegetable decay with a hint of Kenyan cocoa :) The top bunk of the bed broke within 3 days and almost left one of my comrades in a wheelchair. But nevertheless i was optimistic and took to the nursery slope and was snow ploughing like a champ. One of our peers was celebrating his birthday and the cake was a little... below par, so we grabbed the opportunity to test our toilet with both hands, and we were not disappointed, the toilet demolished the cake in little under 10 seconds! On the other hand we did have some difficulty removing pear stains from the walls, don't know how they got there so don't ask. The staff were very friendly and didn't seem to mind too much that we had trashed the room only for it to be cleaned, then trashed again. But i guess we'll never know as i am not fluent in Italian. Alas, the time had come to depart and we were deeply saddened that we will had to leave. All in all a good week away, lost a load of weight out of refusal to eat the food provided. 4/5 would stay again.
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The rooms here are clean but are sparse and basic,. Food here was a little below par.. We eerie here on a ski holiday and the bar was very very expensive and we decided to buy most of our stuff from a shop down the road.
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ItalyLombardyProvince of BergamoFoppolo
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