Rosapetra Spa Resort
On 1st December 2022, the 33-key boutique hotel overlooking the Tofane massif in the Ampezzo Valley opened its doors under new ownership. Whilst the property will retain its existing contemporary aesthetic, guests can expect a new and dynamic hospitality style – in both the hotel’s spaces and experiences. The design of Rosapetra Spa Resort is a unique combination of a typical Alpine chalet with a dolce vita style. Refined yet comfortable and welcoming, stone and local wood feature throughout the property, tastefully partnered with leather, steelwork, mirrors, and ambient lighting that creates an intimate and seductive atmosphere.Check availability
- The hotel has 33 rooms including 7 suites.
- The generous suites feature a spacious living area with a lounge and dining room, as well as large terraces with views of the spectacular Tofane slopes.
Wine & Dine
- The restaurant, also open to outside guests, will be an attraction from dawn until after dusk, thanks to an innovative new F&B concept. Executive Chef Fabio Manni pays homage to the classic flavors expected at high-altitude, such as black truffles, chestnuts, Jerusalem artichokes, and wild berries, but goes one step further to surprise visitors to Cortina this winter. Local produce from the region is partnered with an unexpected fish menu that brings something new to Cortina’s gastronomic scene.
- Terrazza26, the open-air lounge, and bar named after the upcoming Winter Olympics MilanCortina 2026 will be the new winter hotspot for experimental cocktails and hands-on experiences, such as Shake&Drink led by Bar Manager Lucas Kelm, and evening aperitivos with live DJ sets.
Wellness & Spa
- At the heart of the resort is the spa, featuring a 12-meter indoor pool with far-reaching views of the Dolomites, a Finnish sauna and an outdoor sauna, Mediterranean and Turkish baths, emotional showers, and a cold pool. Guests can also tailor their wellness experience with the help of a Personal Spa Assistant.
- Dolce Vita in the snow.
- Rates start at EUR. 450 per night.
Guide to Cortina
- Take a look at our Insider's Guide to Cortina including the best local restaurants and where to ski.
- 120km of ski slopes surround Cortina. Don’t miss the famous Armentarola run, of the most beautiful runs in the world, leading to a horse sleigh that takes you to the next lift.
When to Go
- Peak season runs from Christmas to the end of February.
How to Get There
- Nearest airports are Venice (2h) and Innsbruck (2 1/2h) drive.