The Grohmann hotel has a traditional and cosy atmosphere which prides itself of excellent food and service. Conveniently located in the centre of Campitello and only 3 minutes' walk to Col Rodella cable car. With excellent facilities including a sauna, whirlpool and bar with lounge area it creates the perfect place to unwind after a day on the slopes.
- 3 minutes to Col Rodella cable car for the Sella Ronda
- A few minutes walk to the cenre of Campitello
For 2 people on half board sharing a twin room with private shower and WC. Most rooms take a third bed (sofa bed or similar). Quad rooms available. Single rooms are available at a supplement.
All rooms have satellite TV, hairdryer and safe.
Cots are available to hire for €8 per night.
- welcome drinks
- buffet breakfast
- 3 course evening meals with a choice of main choice and daily salad buffet
- dessert trolley
- weekly themed dinners
- sauna, whirlpool and steam bath
- extra charge for indoor pool at Hotel Rubino Executive
- extra charge for beauty, massage and facial solarium at Hotel Soreghes next door
- bar and lounge
- extra charge for supervised children's miniclub either in the hotel or at one of the sister hotels nearby
- lift to all floors
- 55 bedrooms
Official Rating ***
Val di Fassa
Seven picturesque villages with easy access to the Dolomiti Superski
- Largest ski area in Europe
- Bustling, picturesque resort
- Great selection of après bars
Val di Fassa is made up of 7 resorts, the most well known being Canazei, Campitello and Pozza di Fassa. They all surround the Sella Ronda, which is part of Dolomiti Superski, the largest ski area in Europe – a whopping 1,200km of piste. And it’s easy to access from all of the villages.
The pink, rugged peaks of the Sella Massif, declared a UNESCO world heritage site, create a large variety of red runs, making the Dolomites perfect for intermediate skiers. Beginners will feel more than comfortable skiing here too, with many low-gradient, confidence-building runs and nursery slopes.
Canazei has lots of Austrian-style après bars like the Stua dei Ladins and Montanara Bar, along with traditional restaurants such as the Kaiserstube. There are lots of good options on the mountain in general, serving pizzas, pasta and paninis as well as local mountain food, all at reasonable Italian prices.
Other things you can get up to in Val di Fassa include ice skating, bowling and cross-country skiing. Families are well catered for too with full-time Crystal Childcare available at the Chalet Violetta.