Luxury Ski Chalet Holiday Rentals in the Dolomites, Italy

Luxury Ski Chalets
in the Dolomites

Luxury Ski Chalets in the Dolomites

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If you’re looking for a luxury ski holiday with a little Italian flair, look no further than the Dolomites. This stunning part of Italy is now a UNESCO world heritage site and the scenery is out of this world. The Dolomites is a region dotted with smaller resorts, which is reflected in the stats below.

 

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Dolomite Resorts Guide

The Dolomites are as good for food as they are for skiing and luxury chalets. Cortina has Michelin-starred restaurants and you’ll enjoy plenty of fabulous Italian food on offer– a refreshing change from the rostis and fondues you’ll be used to on ski holidays elsewhere in Europe.

Once seen, never forgotten. The Dolomites region is an enchanting mountain landscape with soaring peaks reaching more than 3000m high. Vertical cliffs, deep valleys and unique rock formations rise from the gentle foothills, creating a stunning environment all year round. You just have to take a hot air balloon flight over the Dolomites to fully appreciate their glory.

 

Quaint little hamlets nestle amid glassy lakes and dense forests and cling to steep slopes, and the region’s culture is a mix of Italian and Austrian influences. One of the most exclusive ski resorts and a gastronomic hotspot, is Alta Badia, on the Sella Ronda ski circuit. Cortina oozes Italian glamour while Selva Gardena is a party town and Arraba has a quiet village atmosphere so there is something for everyone on a luxury ski holiday in the Dolomites.

 

Famous for its health-giving spas in the 19th century, the Dolomites continue to boast many luxury spa resorts as well as luxury ski chalets with their very own spas. The area is also a paradise for hikers. There is a strong focus on families in the resorts, most of which have children’s play areas, mini clubs and family-friendly hotels.

 

When to Visit the Dolomites

The Summer season for the Dolomites extends from June through to September, and in Winter the ski lifts are usually open from November through to April, and there is limited Summer skiing on the highest slopes and glaciers. Winters in the mountains are long and cold, and Summers are warm with temperatures reaching the mid-to low-twenties in June, July and August.

 

What We Love About the Dolomites

The luminous pink and orange glow of the mountains at dusk is a magical vision. No wonder the Dolomites area has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

Getting to the Dolomites

Innsbruck and Verona are the closest international airports to the Dolomites area. The resort of Selva Val Gardena for example is 1.5 hours from Innsbruck and 2.5 hours from Verona by car.

 

The Skiing in the Dolomites

In Winter, The Dolomites have excellent ski, snowboard and cross-country facilities across two main ski areas. The Dolomiti Superski has an incredible 450 lifts and over 1,200km of pistes across 12 valleys, whilst the Skirama Dolomiti has 140 lifts and 360km, some of them high enough to be skiable in the Summer.

 

The Best Places To Eat and Drink in the Dolomites

Enjoy traditional local produce when on a luxury ski holiday in the Dolomites, such as smoked ham, wild mushrooms, cheese and honey are served up alongside more sophisticated dishes in a region which revels in gastronomy and has strong Italian and Austrian influences. The wines of the Dolomites are well-known, and a third of Italy’s sparkling wines are produced here. Some of the better-known wine regions are Marzemino and Teroldigo.

 

Award-winning restaurants can be found all over the Dolomites offering plenty of choice, particularly when heading out of your luxury ski chalet, but particularly in Alta Badia where there are no less than three Michelin-starred establishments. The same resort runs a ‘Taste For Skiing’ scheme whereby top chefs create wonderful dishes for the area’s mountain huts.

Dolomites Piste Maps

Map View of Luxury Chalets in the Dolomites

List View of Luxury Chalets in the Dolomites

 
 
 
 
 
Chalet Selva, Selva Val Gardena

Catered

BEDROOMS: 2

SLEEPS: 4

Chalet Selva
Selva Val Gardena

LOW SEASON: from €7,200/week
HIGH SEASON: to €16,935/week

  • Balcony
  • Hotel spa facilities
  • Private apartment
  • Shared swimming pool
  • Chalet Panorama, Selva Val Gardena

    Catered

    BEDROOMS: 3

    SLEEPS: 4 - 5

    Chalet Panorama
    Selva Val Gardena

    LOW SEASON: from €8,995/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €21,170/week

  • Balcony
  • Hotel spa facilities
  • Private apartment
  • Shared swimming pool
  • Chalet Vilaiet, Ortisei

    Catered

    BEDROOMS: 3

    SLEEPS: 6 - 7

    Chalet Vilaiet
    Ortisei

    LOW SEASON: from €20,300/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €64,050/week

  • Gym corner
  • Heated outdoor swimming pool
  • Ski-in/ski-out
  • Spa area with sauna
  • The Loft, Selva Val Gardena

    Catered

    BEDROOMS: 3

    SLEEPS: 6

    The Loft
    Selva Val Gardena

    LOW SEASON: from €10,795/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €25,400/week

  • Balconies
  • Hotel spa facilities
  • Shared swimming pool
  • Village & mountain views
  • Chalet Alpurio, Selva Val Gardena

    Bed & Breakfast

    BEDROOMS: 4

    SLEEPS: 8

    Chalet Alpurio
    Selva Val Gardena

    LOW SEASON: from €23,800/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €63,200/week

  • Home cinema corner
  • Jacuzzi/sauna/steam room
  • Massage & fitness rooms
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Chalet Serge, Cortina d’Ampezzo

    Bed & Breakfast

    BEDROOMS: 4

    SLEEPS: 6 - 7

    Chalet Serge
    Cortina d’Ampezzo

    LOW SEASON: from €21,000/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €63,000/week

  • Access to hotel facilities
  • Mountain view
  • Private spa area
  • Separate TV area
  • Lum d’Or Spa Chalet, Selva Val Gardena

    Bed & Breakfast

    BEDROOMS: 4

    SLEEPS: 8

    Lum d’Or Spa Chalet
    Selva Val Gardena

    LOW SEASON: from €20,300/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €57,600/week

  • Finnish sauna & Hammam
  • Gym
  • Indoor Jacuzzi
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • White Deer Lodge, San Lorenzo

    Catered

    BEDROOMS: 4

    SLEEPS: 6 - 10

    White Deer Lodge
    San Lorenzo

    LOW SEASON: from €20,300/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €44,500/week

  • Golf course
  • Helipad
  • Outdoor plunge pool
  • Sauna
  • Chalet Sellaronda, Selva Val Gardena

    Catered

    BEDROOMS: 5

    SLEEPS: 8 - 10

    Chalet Sellaronda
    Selva Val Gardena

    LOW SEASON: from €17,450/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €47,520/week

  • Cinema room
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Private spa with sauna
  • Shared swimming pool
  • Chalet LV01 Dolce Vita, Cortina d’Ampezzo

    Catered

    BEDROOMS: 6

    SLEEPS: 6 - 12

    Chalet LV01 Dolce Vita
    Cortina d’Ampezzo

    LOW SEASON: from €35,000/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €110,000/week

  • 20m indoor swimming pool
  • Cinema room
  • Indoor Jacuzzi
  • Kids' play area
  • Chalet LV02 Perla, Cortina d’Ampezzo

    Catered

    BEDROOMS: 6

    SLEEPS: 12

    Chalet LV02 Perla
    Cortina d’Ampezzo

    LOW SEASON: from €35,000/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €110,000/week

  • Cinema room
  • Fitness room
  • Hammam & sauna
  • Indoor plunge pool
  • Chalet Doss, Madonna di Campiglio

    Catered

    BEDROOMS: 9

    SLEEPS: 16 - 20

    Chalet Doss
    Madonna di Campiglio

    LOW SEASON: from €16,800/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €58,000/week

  • Indoor Jacuzzi
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Sauna
  • Separate TV/games room