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Set directly on the ski slopes in Marileva 1400, Residence Artuik is surrounded by mountains and forests. It offers free ski storage and parking, and apartments with wooden furnishings. Great location, ski in and out, great for families with kids. Near the shop, the pharmacy, ski scools and rentals...great vacation.
Sul cucuzzolo is set in Marilleva and offers a garden and barbecue facilities. The apartment has garden views and is 26 mi from Ponte di Legno. The whole Marilleva 1400 complex (in which this apartment is only a tiny part) lies on a mountain above the village of Mezzana at around 1200m, surrounded by pine trees everywhere. Ideal starting place for MTB tours, hikes or mountaineering from spring till autumn and for skiing, snowboarding in winter. The walk paths are well designated, you can reach beautiful lakes and mountain tops from here. A lot of Italian has a weekend apartment here as it is an ideal recreational resort. You can reach a supermarket and restaurants (only one is open in summer) within a 2-minute walk. There's a scheduled bus service from/to Mezzana from where you can take a train in direction of Trento or Bolzano/Bozen.
Enjoy cozy apartment accommodations right on the ski slopes. Residence Lores has a panoramic location in Marilleva 1400 and is also home to the town's only club. Perfect location with seconds away from the slopes to the first short gondola. Night skiing on Thursday and you can enjoy the Marilleva - Folgarida ski on the 65km of slopes without the hassle of going to Madonna di Campiglio since time spent going and returning is better spend on the slopes near the apartment.
Pradalago Marilleva 900 is located in Marilleva 900, next to the Contre-Malga Copai cable car and the Val di Sole cycling trail. Free WiFi is available throughout. We came earlier and we could check-in in the morning instead of in the afternoon. It was great for us! It doesn't happen usually. We received additional ski-box due to one box was too small for 2 skis and 2 snowboards + 4 pairs of boots. Very helpful staff :-)
We had to leave this noisy dirty place and find another accommodation. The place is a HUGE complex of endless interconnected concrete blocks with overflowing rubbish/recycle bins. On our first night, there was a noisy party from 9pm till shortly before 2am. We couldn't sleep. The next evening, there was a kids show, also noisy. We couldn't stay here anymore, we had to leave, so I can't say about the other days. The property is full of rules, what guests cannot do. For example there is a rule for guests to observe quietness, but then the hotel has all these parties:-),,, breaking their own rules. The pool is open only 3 hrs in the morning and then 3 hours in the evening. Considering how huge the complex is, you can imagine how crowded it gets or if at all you get a chance to use it. Regarding the apartment, it was tiny with old appliances. The aparments was supposed to have a mountain view but we had just a bush and we could look across or more concrete blocks. I suppose higher apartments have those mountain views. So, our cheaper accommodation ended up being expensive because we had to forget about this, check out early, and move to a better accommodation else where. We don't recommend, will never ever return. I don't care that it's right by the ski lift. Never.
Although it's connected with all the ski lifts in the Madonna di Campiglio ski resort, it's hard to get out of Marilleva in the morning (unless you get up really early) because there are always huge lines on several key ski lifts. Same thing in the afternoon - there's a long line to get back to Marilleva, so you basically spend half a day either waiting or trying to avoid the lines. There's no all-day ski school for children - they only offer three hours a day and no lunch. Given how difficult it is to get out of Marilleva because of the crowds, we had to give up on the school altogether and ended up skiing with the kids all day. The slopes in Marilleva itself are too few and way too crowded, lots of schools and students all over the place so you have to be really careful and go slow. Be careful when deciding on whether to get insurance with your ski passes (even if you already have travel insurance); if anything happens, you won't be able to get a refund for days unused unless you buy their insurance. My son broke a collar bone - no refund. Keep in mind that the one pharmacy is not open on weekends and other pharmacies that are supposedly on duty are also unreliable - we travelled several kilometres on two separate occasions to get to a pharmacy that was supposed to be open, and both times they were closed. The bars/restaurants will sometimes run out of food by 2pm and you'll be stuck with the worst food choices. There is only one store, poorly stocked and way overpriced. Overall, I wouldn't recommend Marilleva to anyone. Go to Madonna de Campiglio, it's well worth the difference in the price.
It's a nice place for those who travel with children. The ski school was really great, we loved it. Also, the prices are reasonable. One tip: do not bring food, even if you are staying in apartments...we made that mistake - the food is good and the prices are reasonable. Not much to do in the evening outside the hotel.