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Alpen Village Hotel
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Reviewed 18 April 2010

Hotel Villaggio San Carlo is situated in Livigno which is a fabulous resort for begginers and intermediates. The slopes are fantastic as they are wide and the snow for April was great. We had a lovely ski instructor who was extremely friendly. The nightlife in livigno is not huge although the town has many restaraunts.

The hotel itself was average. The room was good, fairly small but how much time do you spend in your room on a ski holiday? There were school trips there for the first two nights and there was lots of noise outside the room although it quietened down after that but others had said that there was an extremely loud group in their part of the hotel that partied until 4am one night. The staff are friendly and helpful and their English was fine.

The food was okay; pasta was lovely which was on the menu most nights. Veel was also on the menu most nights so if your a fan of veel in every size, shape and form this is the place for you. One thing we noticed was that there was very little for vegetarians which wasn't a problem for us but i wouldn't recomend this hotel to a vegetarian as some nights all there was was a pasta starter and mixed salad from the bar.

The lobby and bar wasn't very bright and the bar was deserted most nights but we found that the intermonti across the road was brighter and someone told us that the food was great. The ski resort is a 20 minute walk into town although a bus stops just outside the hotel every 10-15 minutes which takes about 2 minutes into town. There is a black run outside the back of the hotel which i wouldn't recomend for beginers but isn't too hard to give a go for intermediates. There is a ski room at the back of the hotel for skiing on the motelino side of the valley and for skiing on the other side the ski hire shop let us leave our equiptment there which was very handy.

The skiing itself was great but there are just enough runs for about 10 days and advanced people might not find the skiing very challenging although we met people that were fabulous skiers that had been going to livigno for over 20 years.

Shopping was also great as livigno is a duty free area and alcohol was extremely cheap.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled with family
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Reviewed 5 April 2010

After reading all reviews here, I was not sure what I can expect. However the staff was really friendly and helpful, services were good, location excellent.
The spot on the service level was a fact that we had a vegetarian among us - and they were not able to resolve main food (which has been always a choice of two kinds of meat). Funny enough - there were almost always some vegetarian starters, lots of possibilities to get pasta, spaghetti, pizza ... just name it. But for the main they were just able to bring assortment of cheese (we had these 3 times - and it’s nice to have it after the wine, but not quite for the main), luckily we had two times omelet - but again, I cannot believe, that this was the first vegetarian to be served. On the plus side - the deserts were really nice.
Other minor thing is that the hotel has got swimming pool - but unless you have swim cap with you, you are not allowed in. No caps at the spot.

The room was close to reception – but that has been not quite an advantage – lots of noise from the bar and basement location without view.

Overall our stay there was well; the staff was trying their best, so with just few improvements it could be rated very good.

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled with family
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Reviewed 19 February 2010

This is good 3 stars hotel. Rooms are clean, warm, and tastefully furnished; yes they are small, but you don't stay in room during ski holiday. Swimming pool is ok, restourant is ok, food is AWESOME! Ski bus stop is near hotel. Hosts are nice. View is fantastic...

  • Stayed: January 2010, travelled with family
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Thank apricotess
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Reception A, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Alpen Village Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 29 July 2015

Dear apricotes,

thank you for your review! We are very glad that you spent good time in our hotel. About the rooms, the hotel has 180 rooms and there are different types: in few weeks the new suites will be ready and we are waiting for you to try the new accomodation!

Greeting from Alpen Village Staff!

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Reviewed 7 January 2009

I won a holiday and was informed that i have to stay at Hotel San Carlo. After i read the previous reviews on this site, i was terrified, but once i arrived there i was totally amazed. The service i received was excellent from all the staff members, both those at the reception, the waiters and even the cleaners. They were very friendly, always prompt in saying good morning and were always there for a chat.

The food was also great, we had fresh food for breakfast every day, and with regards to dinner we had a 3 course dinner. If we (or other people) did not like the desert we were offered something else. With regards to the seating at the restaurant, they were not set in groups of 10 or so, but i sat alone with my partner, and so did the other guests.

If i had to say something negative about the hotel, i would say that we did not have enough free space in the room for our luggages and ski stuff, but it was always clean with the towels being changed every day and the beds were "normal" beds and not camping beds.

On the contrary to what the majority of the people wrote on this site, i would suggest this hotel to a lot of people. One may say that the hotel is not in the centre of Livigno, however, there are busses (which are free) till 7.30 in the evening. Then if one would want to go to the centre later on in the evening, you have to take a taxi and the service from them is also great. Don't forget if you go to another place, you will have to pay for the transport all throughout the day.

Other people at Livigno said the same thing about the hotel, so please don't be mislead by the previous comments.

  • Stayed: December 2008, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 24 March 2008

Stayed in this hotel for one night after six nights at the lovely Hotel Meeting-and what a comedown! Having come through the Spanish Inquisition style check-in I had the audacity to ask for my key-only to be told my room would not be clean until four p.m. (it was 10.30 a.m.) Was suffering from 'stomach flu' so had to beg another member of staff for a clean room and was given one within the half hour. Trundling down the spiral staircase with a case full of ski gear is no mean feat, and actually dangerous when you consider the weight of such a case(there are no lifts in this joint). The room was poky and the bed had only two thin covers,the extractor fan in the en suite was definitely housing some insect in its dying hours and the noise from the corridor outside was constant and multi-lingual.
Chancing my luck in the 'restaurant' I found I was not welcome as I was on a b and b basis-fair enough(was willing to pay extra) but was told it was full when clearly loads of free tables available. Returned an hour later for some 'famine' soup and pink chicken leg-wasn't even offered a drink. The factory canteen style decor and bowls of withered salad added insult to injury.
Need I say more-this place is foul-foul staff, you need a debit card to buy goods in the minimarket or drinks in (booming) bar, and foul stairs everywhere. After about 7.30 p.m. a taxi ride to the village is six euro one way-and believe me you will not want to spend any of your precious evenings in Hotel San Carlo. Avoid.

  • Stayed: March 2008, travelled with friends
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