It’s not just the beating heart of the Dolomites; it represents a lifestyle dedicated to discreet and refined exclusivity.
Unique in Italy, this enchanted place is part of the prestigious Best of the Alps network and has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site since 2009, for its ‘immense ability to successfully preserve the environment and tradition.
Cortina was an ‘Olympic City’ in 1956 and will regain that status in 2026, alongside Milan.
It’s not just glamour for its captivating high-altitude shopping resort; it’s not just its historical cultural salon; above all, it preserves ancient knowledge.
First and foremost, it’s a paradise for sports enthusiasts in both winter and summer. It’s part of Dolomiti Superski, the world’s number one ski carousel with 450 ski lifts for nearly two thousand kilometers of slopes accessible with a single ski pass, making it a non-stop circus in that grand carousel of ‘white magic.
To be experienced on the ski slopes, from slalom to snowboarding, from cross-country to extreme skiing, or in excursions with traditional ‘snowshoes,’ which are perfect for enchanting walks in the snowy woods.
Alternatively, you can enjoy canoeing or kayaking along lakes and rivers, with the most adventurous preferring to experience the thrill on the floating shell of the Boite hydrospeed.
There’s even more: trails through the woods for bikers of every skill level, and those marked for hiking enthusiasts, with the possibility of joining moonlit excursions as well.
And then, the unmissable ‘adrenaline park’ to experience between 4 and 15 meters in height, in a succession of emotions, as if you were suspended among trees, vines, and Tibetan bridges.
The opening of the slopes is scheduled for November 30th, with the season concluding on the first day of May. A total of 120 kilometers of slopes: at Falzarego, Tofana, Faloria, Cristallo, Misurina, San Vito di Cadore, and Auronzo.
On the other hand, the Dolomiti d’Ampezzo Natural Park offers cross-country skiers 7 kilometers of trails, two of which are illuminated at night, with guaranteed snow coverage.
Staying at the 5-star GH Savoia is the beginning of an unforgettable vacation in the heart of Italy’s most exclusive ski resort.
A sanctuary dedicated to well-being, relaxation, and the balance of body and spirit, the Savoia SPA is the ideal place for complete rejuvenation, allowing you to carve out precious moments of total relaxation. A delicate balance combines the natural surroundings outside with the energy of the Dolomites, and the treatments are based on the skillful use of water, steam, and heat.
The evening can continue with the exploration of the refined cuisine offered by the Savoy restaurant and conclude at the 1224 Lounge Bar, where all the senses are tempted by sophisticated cocktails and the rarefied atmosphere of the piano bar.
Like precious stones, the variety of unique rooms and suites enriches the Grand Hotel Savoia’s offerings with the timeless elegance that characterizes the hotel.
La Terrazza is the exclusive outdoor lounge where you can rejuvenate after a day on the slopes, enjoying the breathtaking view of Cortina and the Ampezzo Valley.
High fashion, culture, snow sports, and a captivating natural backdrop. Cortina has always been at the forefront of fashion and trends. Corso Italia, the lively pedestrian street in the heart of Cortina, is the true gathering place for the show business.
Faloria Mountain Resort & Spa
The atmosphere is ‘Nordic,’ elegant and essential, yet relaxed and comfortable. Technology and practicality blend in a familiar and hospitable environment, as is in the best tradition of Italian-style hospitality.
The Spa is a synthesis of materials from the Ampezzo nature: the wood from the larch forests, the stone from the Dolomite rocks, and the green from the water of the lakes.
The upper level hosts the beginning of the sensory journey: treatment rooms, sauna, ice fountain, and fitness center.
The lower level is dedicated to the semi-Olympic pool, the calidarium, and the indoor and outdoor vitality pool.
One is left in awe upon entering one of the suites: warm wooden finishes, refined curtains, and sumptuous fabrics.
Natural light filters through the large windows, making the stay even brighter.
The restaurant’s location is unique, inside a glass pavilion with a breathtaking view of the Alpine landscape.
The elegant and refined atmosphere makes it the perfect place for romantic candlelit dinners and memorable gastronomic experiences.