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Alledolomiti Boutique Lake Hotel
Ranked #6 of 29 Hotels in Molveno
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed April 14, 2012

Stayed here for 7 days in September last year with a saga group It was the most pleasant hotel I think I have ever stayed in the food was amazing the staff and family all very welcoming the setting just wonderful either the back of the hotel looking on to the pink hued mountain to the front view of the beautiful lake. The reason for taking so long to write this review is that my computer was not working very well.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled solo
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Reviewed January 16, 2012

From the moment we set foot in this Dolomite gem, weary after a long journey from Cornwall, we were wrapped in welcoming warmth. This is a "true" family hotel, all 3 generations contributing to a seamless blend of flexibility, charm, individuality and professionalism rarely found together. From Grandmother, Mother Pia and Father (also the excellent chef) Renato,and Daughter lovely Serena, all were so friendly and helpful. The staff too seemed like family, Paulo and Valentino the breakfast and dining team (informed, organised but most of all entertaining) -to Marco (mixes a wonderful gin and tonic), and not to forget our lovely maid Dora (speaks little English, but has an eloquent hug). Even Maia the delightfully discerning family dog added to our overall experience.
Our room was very comfortable, spotless and well equipped, with a stunning view of the mountains...we've never seen so many aircraft "kisses" in the blue sky.An added delight was searching for the safe...hidden behind a classic painting.
The decor of the public rooms is exceptionally beautiful with exquisite wooden carvings and colourful murals.
The hotel setting is perfect! Just a minute or two's comfortable level walk to the lakeside, or up into the nearby village with its few shops selling local crafts and foods. In October several were open, plus a couple of bars, and a good hairdresser (reception will gladly help make an appointment for you) .
There are plenty of walks of varying grades, around the lake, up into the slopes or mountains , or a favourite of ours, by the River Masso to the waterfall and ruined mill, level and easy going, with as everywhere, comfortable wooden benches to rest and enjoy the birds, flowers, and natural beauty all round, in the constantly changing light...heaven for photographers!
We can't wait to go back, this time in May or June for a change.
Thankyou one and all for a wonderful holiday!

Room Tip: Rooms at the front have partial lake view, and generally small balconies, at the back the mountain v...
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  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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12  Thank chyva
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Reviewed May 12, 2011

Well I have been waiting for someone to write an English review of this hotel for some time. Maybe others who have stayed here previously wanted to keep this hotel a secret! So I apologise to them but for the others who are awaiting some feedback, here it is. I should also say that we visited the hotel with the Saga tour company.

The hotel is situated in the village which is placed at the head of lake Molveno. The hotel is family- run and I do mean family-run. All the family members seem to have a part to play, including Grandma! The staff who are not actual family members are also excellent and nothing is too much trouble for them. You would indeed think they were all one big happy family. Particular credit must go to the head waiter Paolo (Paul). He is a master of his craft who runs the meal services with charming efficiency.

The hotel has a lovely family atmosphere, which you can feel when you first walk in. Everything is very organised and all the rooms are kept very clean and well-maintained. There are several indoor public areas, all very comfortable and also an outdoor swimming pool, with pool-side loungers, tables and chairs.

The chef, Renato, is the owner of the hotel and whilst the food is not Cordon Bleu we found it to be well cooked and well presented but in an Italian style. For instance the vegetables, both hot and cold, were served as a first course from a side buffet but the next three courses were all brought to the table by waiter service. The main meat/fish course was usually served with potato and/or pasta. Special diets were catered for. The portions are just right and again the atmosphere in the restaurant is good. I am sure you won't go away hungry. Again it is all very well organised and efficient. There is also an excellent wine list. The cheapest bottle was 15 Euros. Breakfast is continental style with a good range of food including cold meats, cheese, hard boiled eggs, yoghurt and breads etc. Freshly cooked eggs are prepared for you if you so wish. My only criticism of the breakfast is that there was no fresh fruit. A chopped fruit salad would have been nice.

The rooms vary in size so I can only report on our room, which was 206. We found this room to be very spacious. It is on the front of the hotel facing the road. Even being on the road we did not find it noisy as there was very little traffic. It may be different in the height of summer should all the windows be open. The room had a 'partial' lake view (see photo). It had plenty of cupboards and hanging space. There were tea making facilities with two tea bags to start you off so bring you own tea bags or be prepared to buy some in the local shops. There was also a small fridge to keep some fresh milk in. The fridge is only small and is not suitable to be used as a larder and that is actively discouraged! A flat screen TV with English news channels is mounted on the wall. An English film is shown every night which can be viewed in your room or on the large screen downstairs. There is also a good signal for your mobile phone. The rooms at the back of the hotel have views of the mountains (see photo). There is a small safe in the room for your valuables. The bathroom was on the small side but had a shower, bidet, toilet, wash basin and mirror and was well lit. There was no bath. There was a hair drier but no dedicated shaver point. Remember to take an adapter as there was a socket to use near the mirror. The bedroom opened onto a balcony which had two chairs and a small table. The comfortable double bed had quite a firm mattress with sheets and blankets. We would have preferred a duvet type covering but our request for extra pillows was met straight away.

All in all I believe that the hotel deserves 5 stars. In fact I would say 5 stars plus because of the charming family that run it!

A lot of people come to Molveno to do the walks around the village which are stunning. I would advise anyone who is not a seasoned walker with their own equipment to bring some stout footwear with you as some of the paths are quite rough and can be dangerous. A pair of proper walking boots is essential if you are going anywhere other than the level walk around the lake, which takes about two hours without a stop. Normal trainers are not really advisable on the mountain tracks. Come prepared for quickly changing mountain conditions and do tell somebody where you are going and when you are likely to return. Maps of the area are available from the tourist office in the village.

The village has a selection of shops although some were closed at the beginning of May. However there are two small supermarkets. The Co-op is the larger and is nearest to the hotel.

Molveno was nice and quiet when we were there at the beginning of May. Indeed some of the facilities i.e. ski lift, free bus service, boating on the lake etc do not become available until June. So check it out before you go so that you are not disappointed.

Would I stay there again? A definite yes!

Room Tip: Stunning mountain views from the rear.
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  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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  • Stayed: October 2017, traveled as a couple
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Address: Via Lungo Lago 18, 38018 Molveno, Italy
Location: Italy > Trentino-Alto Adige > Province of Trento > Molveno
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Breakfast Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #6 of 29 Hotels in Molveno
Price Range: $121 - $193 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Alledolomiti Boutique Lake Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 36
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Set in an enchanting mountain scenery of rare beauty, this panoramic Molveno family hotel is the ideal destination for winter and summer holidays, based on sport, nature, leisure and well being. Spend your days lounging around the hotel pool in the garden complete with an up-market decking area where you can sip a refreshing drink whilst topping up your tan. Outstanding cuisine is served at the elegant hotel Alledolomiti. New in 2017: Spa "The Enchanted Forest", with Sauna, Turkish Bath, Infrared Cabin, emotional showers, cozy relaxing rooms and 2 massage rooms. ... more   less 
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