Hotel Ciasa Salares
The Dolomites, Italy
Ciasa Salares is one of the finest hotel in the famous Dolomites, declared World Heritage in 2008. The family management guarantees for high levels in regards to both offerings and service. The food & wine choices are one of the most appreciated in Italy.
Just a short drive from the town of San Cassiano, the Ciasa Salares offers an exclusive getaway in the Alta Badia region of the Dolomites. Just over 2 hours from Venice airport and slightly further from Innsbruck, this family-run hotel offers stunning views of the Dolomites and a large swimming pool with the same fabulous views through floor to ceiling windows. The inside of the family-run Ciasa Salares hotel is a traditional wooden chalet, yet painted in hues of white giving it an uplifting yet charismatic charm and minimalist style bedrooms. The newly designed eco penthouse luxury suite at Ciasa Salares, Rü Blanch, is intended to connect architecture, nature and green-building design. The Rü Blanch penthouse suite has a living space that is “energetically balanced to encourage an active mood when guests enter a room.”
RESTAURANTS AND BARS
- 1 Restaurant Salares
- 1 Restaurant La Terrazza
- 1 Wine Bar Siriola
- 1 gourmet Restaurant La Siriola 2 star Michelin
- 1 Wine cellar Siriola with more than 1800 labels
- 1 Chocolate room with more than 70 sorts of fine chocolate
- 1 Cheese room with more than 80 sorts of cheese
- 1 Smoking room
Beauty SPA Vives: a place to rediscover yourself, to listen to your body, to regenerate energies and experience relaxing treatments. The chromo-path that leads to the Beauty Spa Vives – red imperial cimbro, green bluish Etruria, yellow chrome and yellow of Naples – will prepare you for a truly relaxing experience. Beauty Spa Vives is fully furnished with multifunction cabins for high-performance beauty treatments and massages.
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