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Swimming in Selva

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Swimming in Selva

I'm staying in a small place in Selva for a week to ski and wondered if you know of any hotels etc who let non residents use their pool or jacuzzi.

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1. Re: Swimming in Selva

Officially, non do - you'd have to go down to the public pool in Ortisei. However, if you are here in low season some of the hotels MAY let you use the pool for a fee. Can't name names though, sorry!

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2. Re: Swimming in Selva

The hotels usually have swimming pools etc... but they are not in general open to the non-hotel guests. A hotel that supposedly does have a pool that the public can pay to use is the Grand Hotel. If not you can also go to the beauty/wellness centres within/attached to the hotels and in general when you book for example a sauna/massage etc... and they will let you also use the pool facilities after your treatment. However always better to confirm this before you book anything to be sure.

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3. Re: Swimming in Selva

Sorry not Grand Hotel but Grand Baita.

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