Very relaxing experience - hotel's spa is a great way to soothe aching feet after a day hiking in the nearby valleys or mountain trails. Service is excellent and we found the staff to be exceptionally helpful. The room is not only comfortable but invites you to spend more time in it, which is no small achievement considering the siren call of the mountains and forest immediately outside its doors. Great location with onsite (covered) parking; highly recommended!
Nice hotel in Campo Carlo Magno.
Not really ski in/ski out, short walk to Groste lift or over to private nursery lift (different ticket) which will take you to Nube d'oro list. Wasn't really a problem for us.
Breafast was excellent, didn't eat there in the evening, as it was rather expensive with the kids, just walked to Bar Jumper every night and ate there, very nice, and half the price.
Room was HUGE and I mean massive, junior suite for 4 people - separate dressing room, bathroom with full bath/shower (oddly the maids threw away the soap every day and then gave you a new one!). Big four poster bid, sofa, arm chair, desk, table and chairs and two further single beds that we moved into the part of the room by the windows which was separated by a curtain from the main bedroom. There was a TV but we never turned it on. Room was too hot when we got there but reception sorted that.
Mini-club for kids was good, not stuck in basement as often is the case, open 10am - 6pm, 9:15pm to 11pm... our kids didn't use it much as they are older now but some staff spoke English, also table football, ping pong, games console for use etc.
Nice bar and also wood fire and arm chairs for lazing in.
Ski/boot room a bit cramped for lockable lockers provided for everyone.
I'd stay there again. Wifi is now free, pool/spa is not.
Traveller from UK
This former hunting chalet, built in 1895 by the Habsburg Emperor of Austria, is located in Madonna di Campiglio next to the …More
We had an excellent experience at Hotel Casa Del Campo, which included very comfortable rooms, a relaxing and friendly bar and an excellent restaurant. The hotel was less than a 50m walk to the snow from where you could access ski runs, which all interconnect around Madonna di Campiglio. We especially enjoyed being 5 mins out of the centre of town, meaning it was less crowded and more time to enjoy the surroundings.
The experience was made only better by the incredibly friendly and affable bar staff (the two young gents!) and chef (the tallest man in the hotel!) in the restaurant. We stayed for six nights (longer than we previously planned!) with each evening/night commencing after a day of skiing in the bar for a few drinks and then moving to the restaurant. We enjoyed fun banter with the bar staff, which was followed by excellent service (by the same staff) in the restaurant. The staff knew about everything on the menu, made knowledgeable suggestions and created such an enjoyable experience that we came back every night. During our stay we tried everything on the menu and can comfortably say that it was all fantastic.
The hotel and restaurant combination is a must for travellers looking for a fun and enjoyable skiing experience and who enjoy having a drink with some banter at the end of the day.
Pocket Guide: Trentino Madonna di Campiglio Hotels
This resort town in the Val Rendena provides easy access to 150 km of ski runs and dozens of ski lifts, along with the scenery and wildlife of Adamello-Brenta Natural Park. A regular host of the Alpine Ski World Cup, the village features a number of public spas and wellness centers, pools, and an active nightlife with several bars and clubs.
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