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Hotel & Spa Rosa Alpina

97 Editor's Rating
Scale of 90-100

Sophisticated 51-room family-run lodge in the tiny mountain village of San Cassiano. Individually decorated rooms feature refined Alpine-style décor with warm tones, wood accents and a blend of local antiques and modern furnishings. Cozy, inviting lobby for afternoon tea or drinks. Dining options include a fondue restaurant and an informal ...

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  • Best available non-restricted rates
  • Room upgrade, when available at check-in
  • Welcome bottle of local wine per room
  • Special apéritif in the kitchen with Chef Norbert Niederkofler
  • 30 EUR spa credit per person
  • For stays of three nights or longer, a farewell amenity

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