The hotel is charming with really lovely people who will do everything for You to make you feel good!!! It is almost like family Coming home. Already for a lot of years. We had a very nice week this christmas week with very good food and fine dining!!! Hope we can Come back with our families for many more years. Diana lijding.
Nice little family run hotel, about 20 minutes walk to town. If you're coming from Bolzano by bus, you can press the bell either as you're on the approach road, or just after you go fast the hotel. Both stops are less than 5 minutes walk to the hotel. Both the breakfast and dinner were really good and the staff lovely. Rooms are okay; old but well kept. WiFi (secured): flaky in the room, but good around reception. 4mpbs down, 0.2mbps up, 49ms ping (in room).
The Hotel Solaia is on the limits of Castelrotto but this is only a few minutes walk. It is an excellent option if you have a car but if you arrive by bus there are options in the town centre. Views from the property are excellent. This applies to most of the hotels in this picturesque town! The staff are friendly especially the lady who seems to do all the work! Serves breakfast, arranges the outside furniture, serves meals and at the bar!! Breakfast is included and is fine but limited hot options Rooms are a good size and extra clean. Our room had a balcony and was excellent. It was also the best value option when we booked one day before arrival.
The location was very convenient because it was near all the hot spots of Val Gardena.We had a great view of Dolomites from the hotel.The rooms were simple and comfortable.The breakfast and the dinner were delicious and very well prepared by chef Michael.The living room had a warm atmosphere with a beautiful fireplace.The owners and the stuff were friendly and kind.We had a great time participating to some ski tours organized by chef Michael.Overall we experienced a lovely Christmas holiday and it is sure that we'll return...!!!
It was not a terrible stay because the owners were nice and helpful and tried to fix things. There was barely light in our room in the evening, shower rather cold than hot and our bank next to bed was falling apart. Once we asked for improvement, we could enjoy an extra lamp, shower in hot water and sit on a different bank in short time. Nice move but with the extra lamp the light in a cave is still a better light. WI-FI only in the lobby area. For those who don't mind one sort of cheese for breakfast bread its OK, but for 174 Euro per room per night I'd like to have more of the choice. Tiramissu served at dinner and then again in the breakfast buffet was disappointing. The refills in the breakfast buffet come in 25% and there is always something missing. On Sundays they serve all guests with a welcome drink and bruschetta. Also a good try but unless you are a fan of glutaman you will find the food poor value. The hotel has a cozy atmosphere which brings you to 70s and keeps the questions of the latest investments unanswered. To be fair - apparently the spa area is nice. However, friends tried sauna but the hotel run out of towels for them. Unless you wish a peeling, you better bring your own towels anyway. On the positive note, enough of parking slots are available and the hotel is clean (but for the price it is a must). There were more kids than adults and it looked as a family-friendly hotel. With or without kids, we would still look elsewhere.…