The Armentarola enjoys one of the most magical settings in the Dolomites, set in the idyllic village of San Cassiano at the foot of the Lavarello, Conturines, and Lagazuoi mountains. Family-run, it started as a guesthouse in 1938 before transforming into one of Alta Badia’s most beautiful hotels.Check availability
- Alpine-style rooms and suites are spacious, comfortable, and ideal for relaxation.
- Almost all bathrooms have a whirlpool tub and shower.
- Balcony rooms on request, with views either overlooking the Conturines range (in the North) or the Lagazuoi Mountain (to the East).
- Playground and playroom for children.
- Tennis court and Bocce balls track.
- In-house bike guide who knows every trail in Alta Badia like the back of his hand. He will accompany you on your tour and is always ready to give you helpful hints.
- Babysitting on request.
- Horse riding.
- Private sled and carriage rides.
- A private ski-lift is located only a few meters from the hotel so that you step through the front door straight into the Dolomiti Superski area. Ski passes can be purchased in the hotel, allowing you access to 450 lifts and 1,200 kilometers of slopes in 12 different ski resorts.
Wellness & Spa
- La flu de munt Beauty Spa: Pool and sauna area.
- Kneipp path.
- Fitness room with modern Technogym equipment.
Wine & Dine
- The hotel arguably offers the best terrace— south-facing and sun-drenched—in all of the Dolomites. There are few better spots to catch some rays, with a spritz in hand.
- The chef de cuisine, Franz Castlunger celebrates local, regional, and international top-class cuisine, using organic ingredients from neighboring farms and fresh herbs from the garden.
- The large, sunny terrace has impeccable views of the Dolomites, deep green forests, and wide meadows.
- In the traditional Stube: typical regional and international dishes are served.
- Mountain active during the day - dressed up with silks and diamonds at dinner.
- Rates start at EUR 320 per night.
- San Cassiano is a popular holiday destination for mountain climbers and hikers in summer and skiers in winter. It is surrounded by majestic peaks, sparkling snow, and optimally prepared pistes. With 1,200 kilometers of slopes, the Dolomiti Superski ski carousel is one of the largest skiing areas in the world.
- Alta Badia and the area around Armentarola is El Dorado for cross-country skiing. The cross-country ski trail extends for 25 km through meadows and forests at the foot of the Conturines, Lavarella, and Sottsass mountain chain. The trail is suitable for classic cross-country skiing and for skating and in addition to practice trails, marked in yellow, offers six routes at a variety of degrees of difficulty.
What to Do
- Hiking, mountain biking (the in-house bike guide can accompany you on your bike tour & your bicycle will be safe in the storage room), skiing, tennis, riding, and coach rides.
- Various ski schools offer courses for children and adults.
Good to Know
- Since 2009 the Dolomites have been a World Natural Heritage site. Alta Badia is famous for its cultural treasures and traditions.
Worth Getting out of Bed for
- La flu de munt Beauty Spa: In their pool and sauna area your body can relax, feel the magic of the water, and recharge your batteries in complete peace. In the heart of the mountains, alpine natural products form the basis of our spa area and are used in our beauty treatments and massages. Let go and feel the energy streaming back into your body and enjoy staying at your wellness hotel in the Dolomites.
When to Go
- Ski season runs from early December to Easter.
How to Get there
- Nearest airports: Innsbruck (2 hours), Verona (3 hours) & Venice (2.5 hours)