About The Resort
Cortina d'Ampezzo is a commune in the center of the southern Alps in Northern Italy. in 1944, it was scheduled to be the host of the Winter Olympics but was unable to due to World War II. However, it was soon hosted in 1956 and has been the host of several world winter sports events. It is planned to be the co-host of the 2026 Winter Olympics with Milan.
Cortina offers skiing facilities for amateurs, centrally located among the 12 resorts of the Dolomiti Superski area. Cortina itself has 115 km (71 mi) of pistes with 34 lifts and guaranteed snow coverage of over 95% from December to April. There are six ski schools (two for cross-country) and some 300 instructors. The Faloria-Cristallo-Mietres ski area has views over the Ampezzo Valley and is suitable for all abilities, including children.
GATEWAY CITY: Belluno DISTANCE: 1.25 hours ELEVATION: 4016'-9610'
# OF LIFTS: 27 # OF MARKED TRAILS: 101 LONGEST RUN: 6.8 miles
BEGINNER RUNS: 0% INTERMEDIATE: 38% ADVANCE: 49% EXPERT: 13%
HIGHEST VERTICAL DROP: 5285'
5 Star Grand Hotel Savoia
This elegant and fully renovated historic hotel is located in the center of Cortina d'Ampezzo. From its window guests can enjoy the gorgeous mountain views. Hotel Savoia also offers a wellness center with an indoor swimming pool, a piano bar, and their very own restaurant.
4 Star Hotel Cortina
Located in front of Cortina's bell tower, just 1,000 feet from the Faloria cable car, Hotel Cortina watches over the mountains, dating back to 1870. Inside, guests are treated to a traditional restaurant with a terrace, as well as a wellness center with a Finnish sauna and Turkish bath. Rooms feature wood floors, TVs, and free WiFi.
4 Star Hotel Ancora
One of the oldest hotels in Cortina, Hotel Ancora sits in the middle of town right beside the beautiful church. Featuring room service and a concierge, guest rooms offer a flatscreen TV, desks, and free WiFi. To top it off, free breakfast is even available in the mornings.