I was satisfied with my stay here. I would highly recommend if you are looking for an affordable hotel with a great, central location. It was just quick walk to catch the buses to the slopes. One bus actually dropped you off just in front of the hotel. There is nothing overly special with the hotel. The staff were nice enough. The breakfast was good, I highly recommend the croissant with warm apple filling. You can smell them baking in the morning and they taste even better than they smell. The rooms were very clean. They were small and the beds were ok, but I kept having to remind myself it was only a 3 star.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cosy 3 stars hotel with B&B treatment, situated right in the center of Cortina on the pedestrian area 100meters from the bell tower, in an historical building that dates back to 1700, ideal starting point to spend unforgettable holidays in the Dolomites, just a short stroll away from the nearest ski lifts (300 m.) and more important sporting facilities. It is also conveniently served by public transport and adjacent to the hotel there is a private extra charged parking with limited lots that can not be reserved. An antique Venetian style building dating back to 1700, owned by the Menardi Demai family, was transformed into a modern family run hotel in the forties. The hotel's proprietor Marcello Menardi, ski instructor and expert alpinist from the alpinist group "Gruppo Scoiattoli" is happy to recommend both winter and summer sporting activities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Royal Italy