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San Cassiano, South Tyrol, Italy|www.rosalpina.it|
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Italians have a reputation for loving kids, and this hotel in San Cassiano – housed in a beautiful building dating back to 1850 – is testament to that. Children are warmly welcomed with their own slippers and bathrobes, separate menus in the restaurant, a games room and even a family-friendly spa (there is a separate adults-only spa, too).
Children’s activities can be arranged, from cookery classes to guided tobogganing, and 24-hour babysitting is on offer, to enable parents to enjoy a quiet supper for two at the three-Michelin starred St Hubertus restaurant, renowned for its exquisite ‘Cook the Mountain’ menu.
About San Cassiano
San Cassiano is a charming, quiet village – one of six that make up the Alta Badia ski area. The local slopes, shared with Corvara, are mellow and well-groomed – ideal for beginners just starting out. More confident skiers can venture further afield to the Sella Ronda circuit, a vast circular network of connected slopes that suits intermediates particularly well.
Some of the best mountain restaurants in Italy are in the area, and jaw-dropping scenery abounds.
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