Ski accommodation in Italy overview
From the world-famous Dolomites Superski Area to the Milky Way ( Via Lattea) and to the Monte Rosa circuit, Italy is blessed with some of the worlds most fantastic ski areas and some of Europes most high altitude ski terrains with excellent snow conditions. A massive pull among locals and international tourists, Italy’s ski resorts receive huge amounts of visitors each year from all parts of Europe. With some of the most stunning, culturally rich and diverse ski resorts and villages, it’s no wonder why people flock in their droves-not also to mention some of its Olympic graded pistes.
The accommodation in Italy is authentic, welcoming and almost always cosy. Whether you plan on visiting with family and young children or a group of friends, Italy has amazing accommodation options. Across the board, the accommodation in Italy is relatively less expensive in comparison to France, Austria and Switzerland, however, there is little compromise on quality. Italy ranks very high on hospitality; you may also find that majority of the accommodation ( hotels and chalets mostly) in the smaller villages and resorts may be family-owned and family-run, thus allowing for a personalised, home away from home, wholesome experience that is always pleasant to receive.
Italy has an amazing selection of hotels, chalets and apartments across its ski resorts. Hotels are the overwhelming favourite and its most popular accommodation option. Apartments and chalets are run on a self-catering and catering basis with increasing numbers in restaurants, independent chefs and apartments owners offering a catering service to visitors who may not be too keen on doing all the cooking; after all, why visit Italy and not sample its amazing cuisine served by professional chefs and mostly made from local produce of the region you will be staying at, within that time.