A very pleasant, if fairly basic, three star hotel. Our room was on the small side, but sufficient for our needs. We received fine service from very friendly and helpful staff.
The hotel has a good restaurant for dinner and a fair buffet breakfast. The hotel is in as superb location for shopping and night life. It's in an okay location for skiing if you aren't addicted to ski-in ski -out. It's about a seven minute walk to the nearest ski lifts, a five or six minute walk to the nearest ski-bus stop, and a one minute walk from a good ski rental shop.
The hotel has a mini spa (a dry sauna, a hot sauna and a couple of small hot-tubs). I didn't go, but my daughter went once and said that the sauna wasn't hot enough.
The whole area was beautifully lit up for Christmas.
The only big problem was how cold the reort was. This was the second time we've been to Livigno in December and both times it was freezing. On three of the days we were there it was 21 degrees (celsius) below zero in the morning when we started skiing. But the snow was good and the pistes were great. And the Italians are wonderful people. I took a bad fall one day and sufferred a minor injury.. A skier stopped to help me within seconds, and the ski patrol was there within less than two minutes and everybody was warm and kind and helpful.