Sister to the iconic La Perla, the Ladinia is the quintessential mountain inn and Corvara’s first. Opened in 1930 in one of the oldest properties in this Dolomiti village, it still has the same beautiful views of Mount Sassongher and traditional interiors that hold centuries of stories in its beautifully aged walls.Check availability
- This timeless casa has just 13 snug rooms, which makes staying here a delightfully intimate experience—just as the Costa family would have it. Our choice is the Dolasilla, a wood paneled double beauty dedicated to the daughter of the King of Fanes, a legendary Ladin princess; the decorative painted wardrobe is exquisite.
- Due to its small proportions, this Berghotel is best suited to couples or families with older children.
Wine & Dine
- In the cozy stube, the menu is a riff on Ladin traditions and makes the most of its hyperlocal natural larder: Expect dishes such as venison tartare with potato mille feuille and pickled mushrooms alongside Mangaliza speck from the nearby Pretzhof farm for dinner. It’s all paired with wines from small South Tyrolean and Italian wineries.
- If you fancy a change, you can hop across the road to La Perla to experience its gastronomic offerings
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- When you are not exploring the beautiful surrounding mountains, you will be drawn to the bar, where the charismatic Alessio encourages guests to bond over afternoon coffee or Berghotel Ladinia a glass of red wine in the evening.
- Pack your most quintessential mountain wear.
- Rates start at EUR. 240 per night.
Location & Setting
- Ladinia enjoys an unbeatable position — ski-in/ski-out at its best — with the Col Alt slopes passing directly by the hotel.
- The town center, with its bars, restaurants, après-ski, and shops is a stone’s throw away.
Good to Know
- Open throughout the year, Ladinia is a refuge for skiers, skaters, snowshoers, ramblers, hikers, and cyclists.
- Alta Badia’s 500 kilometers of slopes, which pass right by the hotel and are best to explore with a guide—ask for Giovanni. The famed Armentola run is nearby, which has a 9-kilometer descent, epic views included.
- In summer, the Sellaronda transforms into a climbing and biking paradise.
- Read our guide here
When to Go
- The winter season usually runs from the beginning of December to the end of March; the summer season is from the beginning of June to the end of September.
How to Get There
- Nearest airports: Bolzano (60 km), Innsbruck (130 km), Venice (180 km), Munich (280 km).
- By Car: take the Brennero Motorway A22, exit Brixen, follow signs to Sankt Lorenzen, and via Val Badia, you will reach Corvara.