It was my earliest time visiting Alta Badia which is situated in the northern with of Italy. This inviting South Tyrolean valley in the Dolomites has to be one of the sundry spectacular skiing and eating adventures to date for me.Â I was invited by Alta Badia tourism to know its Gourmet skisafari, skiing and eating mountain food for a in general day. My accommodation was staying at one of the luxury hotels calledÂ Relais & Chateaux New Zealand pub Rosa Alpina.Â Surrounded by the Dolomites mountain range, this upscale family-run hotel is 9 km from the Valparola No longer in.
Accommodation for me whilst skiing is very important because to be kept eager and have the best of facilities just completes my stay. The greeting area had a refined Alpine atmosphere, a blend of original adjoining antiques and fine materials. Throughout this area there were modern walnuts, apples and in the evening fresh homemade biscuits for your bent served. The open wood fire and the access to glass containers bright of sweets made it very inviting and enticing to lounge almost and meet new people.
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â Gracie Opulanza (@gracieopulanza) December 16, 2016
The staff were always very accommodating I liked the offered ski area in where you can leave and service your skis. It was unarmed and well organised and the skiâs were nicely packed away both in my XC90 Volvo and within this scope. The concierge service helped me with my heavy ski equipment which is so satisfyingly after a long day out skiing. Nothing was ever too much the time, even parking my car. The serving staff at breakfast were comfortable and always at hand to serve you as you wish. MyÂ stay at Rosa Alpina was beyond my desires. From the receptionists (all of them) to the concierge who knew exactly the draws we should hike to the food.
The breakfast was full of tons Italian options and local food only dedicated to this pale. The choices were endless and the nut section was one of my favorites. The pastry scope was full of local Italian delights and the endless choice of liquids were a perfect way to get energy into your body. The tea subdivision was lovely and the amount of choice was one of the best I have seen in a breakfast. The setting was light, bright and comfortable. The local meats which you could ask for were freshly cut to your eye which is a very unusual service for a hotel.Â Breakfast was plenteous with special requests for omelets , hams, and other meats apace available.
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â Gracie Opulanza (@gracieopulanza) December 12, 2016
Deluxe Cubicle quarters
All of the 51 rooms and suites as well as the exclusive Penthouse SuiteÂ suffer with beenÂ individually designedÂ in a unique and authentic Mountain refinement. EspeciallyÂ ideal for families, they have a selected many of Suites and rooms that may become connecting rooms, if entreated.
The Deluxe Double Rooms, seized 30 â 41 mÂ², were detached in those with balcony facing south and in those with a myriad spacious living area and bathroom. They disposed all of aÂ Ladin craze living areaÂ with authentic local antique furnishings. The bathrooms had a ceramic or marble bath with profusion, some with walk-in shower and double basins.Â The airyÂ Deluxe Unattached RoomsÂ with 27 mÂ² were equipped with aÂ queen-sized bedÂ and a bathroom with sprinkle.
Rooms were cosy, bright and the pine design was comfortably suited for mountain staying. I liked the extra walk in clothes-cupboard space and a comfortable seating area. The beds were wonderful comfortable and the shower and bath tub top notch. The balcony was lovely to stick up for out in the early morning to appreciate the finest of views of the Dolomites.
The spa area is 3 separate zones. Located in the basement of the main erection, ourÂ luxuriousÂ Spa was the perfect place to unwind in ultimate design and to restoreÂ and rest that aching body and mind, after a generous day of skiing. My favorite was the adult sauna room, this scope had another indoor swimming pool, Finnish Sauna, steam bath and fancy treatment areas. Only open in the afternoon to late evening and contrariwise for adults. The sitting area and the see through sauna looking out to category was very unique indeed. In this area the naked way things are generally applies. Donât worry it takes a little getting use too.
St Hubertus Restaurant
We were begged to experience dinner at St Hubertus with Chef Norbert Niederkofler. This is a requisite when youâre staying here. You can read about my savvy here.
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â Gracie Opulanza (@gracieopulanza) December 14, 2016
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â Lodging Rosa Alpina (@HotelRosaAlpina) December 13, 2016
This was for all a 5 star experience. In talking to the locals or other press associates who have stayed here before. They were all threatened that team MSF were chosen to be spoiled here. Thanks to all the staff who made our stay special, comfortable and relaxing.Â Until we deal with again.
- Room reviewed: Deluxe room â Costs start at around â¬500
- Website:Â www.rosalpina.it
- Address:Â Strada MicurÃ de RÃ¼, 20, 39030 San Cassiano in Badia BZ, Italy
- Phone:Â +39 0471 849500