Hotel Cesa Tyrol - Canazei

  • The Dolomites Ski Area, Italy, Val di Fassa (Canazei & Campitello)

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A family-run hotel with smart, Alpine interiors, Hotel Cesa Tyrol enjoys a quiet and panoramic position 10 minutes' walk from the Belvedere gondola - hotel runs a shuttle to and from the lifts. The Soraruf family have been welcoming guests to their lovely hotel for the last 40 years and their experience shows in the care and attention they show their guests. Having undergone widespread renovations in 2017, the Cesa Tyrol boasts spacious yet warm guest rooms and a small wellness area with sauna and steam room. Located 500m away from the centre of Canazei the hotel is close enough to the centre of Canazei for a few drinks but away from any commotion. There's a bus stop 100m away should you wish to explore the other towns of the Val di Fassa.

Rooms
  • No. of rooms: 57
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 4
  • No. of interconnecting rooms: 0
  • Annex:

    N/A

  • Official rating: 4

All bedrooms have bath or shower, WC, balcony, TV, safe, fridge and hairdryer

Comfort rooms face towards the mountains and measure 28m²

Junior suites have a lounge area, are south facing and measure 40m²

Comfort rooms and Junior suites can sleep up to 4 people with the 3rd and 4th beds being a double sofa bed

Bedroom facilities

  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar or fridge
  • Room safe
  • Wireless internet

Accessibility

No adapted rooms

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No
Meals
  • Buffet breakfast with hot choices on request
  • Evening meal consists of 4 courses with choice including starter buffet
  • Weekly gala dinner with welcome drink and music
  • Dress code for restaurants:

    Informal

  • Breakfast service:

    Buffet

  • Dinner service:

    Buffet and waiter service

Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarians
Val di Fassa (Canazei & Campitello)

The Val di Fassa sits within the Dolomiti Superski area, directly on the famous Sella Ronda circuit, and enjoys some spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Stretching 9km from Canazei to Pozza there are a number of small villages in between, Canazei and Campitello make fantastic home bases for your trip to the Dolomiti Superski area.

Besides the obvious attractions of the enormous ski area offering more than 1,200km of pistes, renowned as an intermediate skiers heaven, Val di Fassa is also famous for Italian hospitality. Delicious restaurants serving local, home-cooked cuisine, you can expect a lively après ski scene and plenty of traditional culture and history.

Non-skiers can look forward to valley walks and cross-country trails. Canazei’s centre has shops, terrace cafes, and a unique indoor water park and spa centre.

Skiing levels
Beginner
Intermediates
Advanced
Snowboard
Cross country

Mountain facts
Ski area 120 km
Runs
27
40
7
Longest run 7 Km
Snowparks

1 snowpark.

Lifts Drag lifts 14, Chairlifts 28, Cablecars 5
Slope direction N,E,S,W
Ski/resort bus True

Things to do in resort

Val di Fassa restaurants, food and drink

One of the main attractions of Canazei and the Dolomiti ski area is the many great restaurants to dine in. Being in Italy, Val di Fassa has a wonderful selection of pizzas, pasta and much more.

But one of the really fascinating things about this area is the mix of Italian and Austrian influence on the cuisine, and this is very noticeable as you ski around the Sella Ronda because you’ll ski in and out of two different Italian regions. So one mountain restaurant will serve pasta for lunch, and another will have goulash.

The local culture and language is called ‘Ladin’ and there are many local restaurants where you can sample the typical cuisine.

If you’re looking for something a little more along the lines of fine dining while you ski, then head over to La Alta Badia area of the Sella Ronda (around La Villa, Badia etc.) where the mountain and village restaurants have gourmet ski food that is not to be missed during your stay.

The mountain restaurants are a must, with Baita Checco (above Vigo di Fassa) hailed as being ‘the best cooking in Val di Fassa’, and Baita Cuz on Pozza serving up some seriously lovely Ladin cuisine.

 

Val di Fassa après, bars, clubs and nightlife

Nightlife and ski culture in Canazei consists of celebrating a good day of skiing in the warm Italian mountain sun with a large glass of wine. Enoteca Valentini is the home to over 800 different kinds of wines and is owned and managed by a wine expert. 

The Rosengarten bar is a great spot for Apré especially cocktails. The Cliff bar has Austrian early evening style Apré and the Garni International slope side is popular with Inghams guests.   

There is Baita Cuz for some afternoon snow and sun basking, Into the night there is Paradis club, which is best described as a pub-disco-logcabin. The Kaiserkeller and The Hexen Klub (Tues, Thurs & Sat) both remain open late into the night. 

 

Val di Fassa shopping

All along the main street in Canazei (Via Roma) you will find a lively gaggle of shops and boutiques selling sporting goods, souvenirs, clothes and shoes, sweet treats, health foods and delicatessens with local food, as well as pharmacies and interior decorations.

If you are searching for a chemist, you will find the Farmacia Ladina on Strada Statale delle Dolomiti.

 

Val di Fassa spas and relaxation

Some of our Inghams partner hotels in Canazei and Pozza in Val di Fassa have some outstanding spa facilities on site. Some places have small indoor swimming pools, whereas others offer saunas, whirlpools, steam baths and Turkish baths. See individual hotels descriptions for full details.

If you’re looking for a real treat (you are going on holiday, after all!) then there is the Dolomia Spa thermal spa that resides in the Hotel Antico Bagno in Pozza. In Canazei there is the Dolaondes Aquatic Centre with Eghes Spa. Try one of the spas wonderful thermal treatments including mud therapy, balneotherapy and relaxing therapeutic massages.

 

Val di Fassa arts, culture and events

There are three museums in the Val di Fassa area that are worth a visit if you are interested in culture and history. The Museo Ladin de Fascia takes an intimate look at the ingenuous culture of the Ladin people- who lived and worked in the perilous mountain regions for hundreds of years. Museum of the Great War pays a humble tribute to the tenacious battles of the Great War when the Italian partisans fought the Austro-Hungarian Empire to keep control of their territory.

There are also lots of sporting events happening throughout the season in Val di Fassa including the Sella Ronda ski marathon, and the Marcialonga cross-country skiing competition in January. If an ice hockey match is on during your stay you should definitely wander along to watch- especially is there is a local derby when it gets really exciting!

Location in resort
  • Longitude: 11.765225
  • Latitude: 46.478775
  • Nearest Bus Stop: 100
  • Nearest Lift:

    Belvedere gondola

  • Distance to Lift: 900
  • Distance to City Centre: 500

For more information on travel and transport visit our Val di Fassa (Canazei & Campitello) page

Extras

Winter 2019/20 Pre-bookable Lift Passes, Ski Hire & Tuition

SPECIAL OFFER ON EQUIPMENT HIRE
Save up to £57 per person

Book your lift pass with us and we'll give you 50% equipment hire or ski carriage. See our Ski Bundle page for details. 

Learn to Ski Pack
6 days local pass, 6 days 'Blue' skis & boots, 5 days tuition (2 hrs 45 mins per day)
Adult from £404

Learn to ski packs must be pre-booked in the UK and are not bookable locally.

Lift Passes Days Season Adult 
16-64yrs
Child
8-15 yrs ††
Senior
65+†
Dolomiti Superski Area Pass 6 L £194 £135 £174
M £249 £175 £225
H £278 £195 £249 
Val di Fassa Local Pass 6 L £165 £115 £149
M £213 £149 £192
H £237 £166 £213

L (14 - 20 Dec), M (7 Jan - 1 Feb & 22 Mar - end of season), H (22 Dec - 6 Jan & 2 Feb - 21 Mar)

 ††born after 30/11/03 |†born before 30/11/54| Free: born after 30/11/2011

Equipment (6 days) Description Blue Red Black
Adult Skis £51 £79 £91
Skis & Boots £68 £105 £119
Snowboard & Boots - £87 -
Youth (6-12yrs) Skis & Boots - £48 -
Snowboard & Boots - £78 -
Child (3-5yrs) Skis/Boots - £48 -
Helmet - Free* -

* Free helmets for children up to 12yrs when ski/board are pre-booked

Please see here for a description of hire categories.

Tuition Days Times Adult Child 4-12yrs 
Ski 4 2 hrs 45 mins per day £135 £142
Snowboard 4 2 hrs 45 mins per day £135 £135

 

Tuition starts on Mon except beginners who receive extra tuition on Sun

Ski School times: Mon-Wed 10am-12.50pm, Thu 10am-4pm

Snowboard School times: 10am-12.50pm daily

Please note: Group ski lessons need a minimum number of guests to take place. Very occasionally these numbers aren’t reached. If you have pre-booked lessons and this happens, the ski-school will do their best to offer private lessons to the value of the lessons you had originally booked. Prices and supplements are correct at time of publishing but may vary up or down; correct prices will be advised at the time of booking.

Facilities

Small wellness area with sauna, steam room, kneipp bath and sensory showers

Massages services available (pay locally)

Free shuttle to the lifts 08.15-11am  and then 3pm until lift closures 

2 lane bowling alley (pay locally)

Children's play room 

  • Bar
  • Sauna
  • WiFi
  • Steam room
  • Lounge area
  • Bowling alley

Local Fees and Taxes

Tourist tax payable locally direct to hotel

Family Facilities

Cot charge of approx. €20 per day 

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Hotel Cesa Tyrol - Canazei
Val di Fassa (Canazei & Campitello), The Dolomites Ski Area,Half Board
21/03/2020 - 7 nights
4 adults
From Manchester Int.
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