Hotel & Spa Rosa Alpina

Italian Alps

Alpine adventure meets Italian style at Hotel Rosa Alpina in the heart of the Dolomites. This modern ski chalet has been owned and operated by the Pizzinini family for the better part of the last century, and thanks to their world-class hospitality and knack for creating inspiring environments, a visit here feels just like staying with chic and fabulously stylish friends.

The grand mountain lodge combines tasteful design, gourmet cuisine, and heartfelt hospitality into one extraordinary experience. Elegant guest rooms are the definition of rustic chic. The Michelin-starred restaurant, relaxing spa, and lounge full of sofas and cozy fireplaces provide plenty of opportunities to relax.

Hotel Rosa Alpina is an exceptional destination year-round. In the winter, over 1200 kilometers of alpine ski runs wind through the Dolomites. In the summer, golfers, hikers, climbers, and bikers will find warm weather adventures under clear blue skies.

Hotel & Spa Rosa Alpina Information

Location & Getting There
Hotel Rosa Alpina is located in the heart of the Dolomites, in the tiny village of San Cassiano in Badia. The nearest international airports are in Innsbruck (150 km) or Venice (200 km).


Hotel Rosa Alpina’s spacious rooms and suites are an incredible combination of cosmopolitan style and rustic chic. Blond wood paneling and floors pair seamlessly with raw stone, neutral linens, and marble bathrooms. Modern conveniences like flatscreen TVs and iPod docking stations mix artfully with Italian furnishings in a way that feels completely organic and incredibly inviting.

Each one of the 51 rooms and suites is completely unique. Some include terraces, sitting areas, tiled stoves, and fireplaces – the ideal spot to curl up after a day on the slopes. All offer breathtaking views over the Dolomites, providing an authentic chalet experience from the moment you rise, to the moment your head hits the pillow.

Seasoned skiers have no doubt as to what makes Hotel Rosa Alpina the top choice for hitting the slopes (the hotel is just 300 meters from the Piz Sorega cable car, the gateway to over 1200 kilometers of runs and trails), but it’s not only the ski bunnies who love the hotel. In the winter, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and ice climbing can all be found on the rugged peaks of the Dolomites. And in summer, the emerald-green terrain is no less appealing - golfing, hiking, climbing, biking, even hand gliding, are all close at hand.

Of course, less heart-pounding activities can also be found. Stroll through the charming village of San Cassiano in Badia and mingle with the 750 inhabitants who are happy to share their experiences and the local way of life. Enjoy a BBQ lunch in a renovated mountain cabin or a delicious pot of fondue at the bar and grill. Relax like a queen at the spa, with a Cleopatra Bath enriched with milk, honey, and rosemary. Après-ski indulgences run the gamut from a glass of wine by the crackling fire, to a rejuvenating facial at the spa. The common theme is relaxation and the Italian art of the good life.

Hotel & Spa Rosa Alpina welcomes children. Babysitting services and children’s programming can be arranged.

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Why we recommend Hotel & Spa Rosa Alpina

The Dolomites is an incredible destination. So much of this region has escaped from being overrun by tourists so it still has that authentic ambiance of bygone days. The Hotel & Spa Rosa Alpina perfectly combines the traditions of the area with the modern conveniences that we all now expect when traveling. It is stunning in both summer and winter, and of course, everyone can appreciate the three Michelin-starred St Hubertus!

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