Featured hotels in Dolomites

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    Ciasa Dolomites, La Villa
    9.6 Exceptional 12 reviews
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    Park Hotel, Folgarida
    8.0 Very good 149 reviews
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    Hotel Pollinger, Merano
    9.2 Superb 511 reviews
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Dolomites highlights

Get on your bike in the Dolomites
Bike lovers will enjoy the scenic trails and beautiful landscapes of Eastern Trentino, the Fiemme, Fassa and Valsugana valleys.
Be dazzled by Lake Carezza’s rainbow of colours
Lake Carezza owes its nickname, Rainbow Lake, to the spectrum of colours reflected in it. Explore its surrounding woodland.
Snowshoeing in the Dolomite Mountains
Snow isn’t just for skiers and snowboarders. Grab a pair of snowshoes and uncover the Dolomites’ walking trails.
Intricate wood-carving in Gröden
Gröden is proud of its ancient wood-carving tradition, adorning village homes and the local museum’s collection of life-sized figures.
Hiking in Puez Odle Natural Reserve
This Western Dolomites protected area offers dramatic views, hiking and guided tours. Naturerlebnisweg Zans is the first wheelchair-adapted hiking trail.
The Trek of the Legends in the Dolomites
This 200-km-long network of hiking trails connects several Dolomite valleys and is dotted with charming villages along the route.
High-rope walking amongst Pfalzen’s treetops
Scale Pfalzen’s dizzy heights on a 14-metre-high rope course. Afterwards, a relaxing trip to nearby Lake Issing is ideal.
Ice climbing in San Martino di Castrozza
As the temperature drops, San Martino transforms into a labyrinth of icy streams and waterfalls. Climb its frost-clad canyons.
Sample Knödel in a tranquil mountain setting
Tryolean Knödel (bacon-filled bread dumplings) are one of the region's tastiest dishes. Savour one by the fireplace with a beer.
Snowboarding fun in the beautiful Dolomites
Snowparks offer a fun day snowboarding for beginners or advanced. Try out slopes, curves and jumps amongst an amazing setting.

Spiky Peaks and Spectacular Pistes

Characterised by Tyrolean chalets and spiky peaks, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Dolomites are a spectacular part of the Italian Alps. Some parts belonged to Austria, so German is widely spoken.

Site of several luxury Dolomites hotels on Booking.com is Cortina d’Ampezzo, a glamorous town with great après-ski and scenery that has starred in several films. To the east Auronzo di Cadore is by a tranquil lake, while Corvara is surrounded by stunning mountains. Nearby Ortisei and Selva offer fantastic skiing and rock climbing.

The riverside town of Bolzano (Bozen in German) is home to Ötzi the iceman, a 5000-year-old mummy found in the Alps above Merano, a ski resort with a castle and botanical gardens. Madonna di Campiglio in the Brenta Dolomites has access to over 150 km of ski runs, and one of the ‘vie ferrate’, hiking paths with steel handrails. Other Dolomites ski resorts are Arabba and Canazei, separated by the area’s highest pass.

Just south, Rocca Pietore is next to Marmolada, the tallest Dolomites mountain. Nearby Alleghe has a beautiful setting on a lake used for winter ice skating, while San Martino di Castrozza to the south-west has many Dolomites ski hotels near a range of pistes. The church spire of beautiful Belluno to the south-east creates a great photo opportunity against the backdrop of mountains.

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