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Hotel Bonapace
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Bollington, United Kingdom
Level 4 Contributor
22 reviews
15 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 61 helpful votes
“Super hotel.”
Reviewed 11 March 2007

We just came home from 4 nights at the Bonapace. Its a great hotel in a quiet location. The management and staff were all incredibly friendly. The food was fabulous and the rooms were spotless. There was plenty of available parking outside the hotel. Having a car was a bonus - it meant we could drive to whichever lift we fancied each morning. This hotel might not be as close to the lifts as some of the others - but the quiet location means you can get a great night's sleep.

Stayed March 2007
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Stansted, UK
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Reviewed 15 March 2006

We are 2 couples in our early 60's and stayed here 25Feb-4March 2006 for a skiing holiday. We liked it very much. Good location,quiet, but near enough to feel part of the bustling centre. Just round the corner are shops,bars & lights, & about a 10 min.stroll to the main square.The free ski bus ran through the town stopping at all the ski lifts, and there was a stop about 2 mins. walk away. The Spinale lift was the next stop, or it was walkable.(Get a bus timetable from the hotel)
We liked the ambience, alpine style, pale carved wood & marble, big tubs of geraniums in flower in the entrance, and various interesting decorative features.The bar/lounge area was spacious & there was also a television room, computer room & table tennis.
Our bedrooms were lovely, comfortable bed, plenty of storage, beautiful bathroom.Our travel agent had asked for adjacent rooms & the hotel apologised that they had therefore had to give us a room with high up windows from which we could only see the sky. It didn't really matter though. Our friends had a view but a shower only, no bath. (we had shower over bath)The hotel was full so we couldn't change rooms,so it's worth specifying when booking if you want a bath.
The delightful staff were unobtrusively friendly and always helpful. They spoke English but responded kindly in slow Italian to any attempts from the phrasebook.
We had half board & enjoyed the home cooked varied meals using local produce, and local wine. Breakfast was a buffet and offered meusli and another cereal, two types of yogurt, ham, cheeses, two types of bread, a toaster, eggs to boil, croissants, jams, a huge jar of Nutella, and various delicious-looking cakes & pastries(which we didn't try). Dinner was 4 courses, we were asked to choose from an English language menu the night before. there was no choice of starter which was always delicious & vegetarian.Then there was a choice of 3 items for the next course, soup/pasta/rice dish. Then a further choice of 3 meat/fish/cheese dishes. There was always a salad bar to add to the meal. Dessert was a choice of fresh fruit/ice cream/dessert of the day.The portions catered for hearty skiers appetites ( we usually had to leave some to be able to move afterwards).
The hotel was immaculately clean throughout.
There was a ski & boot storage room where we could lock up our skis, and boot 'pegs' over heaters. The boot storage was full when we were there so we took our boots to our rooms to dry out.
Most of the other guests were Italian, with a few English people.There were some families(it was half term in Italy)
One evening a keyboard player was brought in, and the barman's encouragement to dance was responded to with gusto by the Italian guests,who insisted that everyone joined in & if anyone wanted to sing that was rapturously received too.
A Turkish bath & jacuzzi was available for 5 Euros, & our friend would have liked to use it, but on investigating found it small & lacking in ambience so she was disappointed. She was told by the owner that the hotel is planning to build a new wellness centre for next year though.She was also disappointed that the decorative log fire in the bar was not lit and was told that it smoked too much. The hotel was very warm but she would have liked a real fire.
We enjoyed our stay at the Bonapace very much & are thinking of going back.

  • Stayed February 2006
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London, UK
Level 5 Contributor
57 reviews
32 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 186 helpful votes
Reviewed 5 February 2006

My boyfriend and I recently stayed at the Bonapace, which is a 3.5 star hotel, located in a quiet location about a 5-7 minute walk from the "Spinale" cable car station. It has been recently refurbished and it is a nice hotel with a spacious (and well-stocked) bar and lounge area. We had a half-board deal which we were pleased with as the food was very good. The breakfast was buffet style with a choice of yoghurts, cereals, toast, cakes, croissants, boiled eggs, cheese and sliced meats, with tea, coffee and fruit juice. The evening meal consisted of four courses, a small starter dish (such as a mini quiche, cheese delicacy, palma ham etc), the second dish choices were things like pasta, risotto, soup and then the main dish choices consisted of meat or fish, i.e. pork (roasted shank), curry, baked trout etc. There were three choices of dessert (i.e. tiramisu, ice cream, fresh fruit). The food was all very tasty. Each evening you would choose your 2nd and main courses (i.e. meat dish) for the next evening. On Sunday evening free aperitif drinks were provided and on the last night (Friday) there was a special "Finale" dinner which was good fun. The staff are friendly and helpful. Look out for Claudio the barman , who is a most entertaining and fun barman!

We arrived in the late afternoon on a Saturday, so consequently the hotel was already busy with weekenders. The room we were given (#462 on the 4th floor) although very nicely decorated, had a low ceiling with exposed beams which came down below 5 feet and since I am 5'4" and my boyfriend is 6'1" we both managed to bang our heads several times. There was also not quite enough wardrobe space in this room. We asked to move to another room, which was only possible on the Monday morning after the weekenders had checked out. However, the hotel were very accommodating and we moved to a better room on the Monday located on the 1st floor which also had a balcony. The room was nicely furnished with wooden floors, a comfortable bed, and a large wardrobe and dresser with plenty of storage space. It has a good sized bathroom with tiled walls and floor, a large sink and bath with shower over. The hotel is extremely clean and spotless throughout. We also used the Turkish bath (steam room) for an additional small fee of 5 Euros per person, which was relaxing after a day's skiing.

The boot and ski storage room (free of charge) has excellent facilities including lockable ski holders, plus it has the special boot holders which blow hot air into your boots so they are nice and dry and cosy each morning (there are plenty of them too!).

The skiing was excellent (I am an intermediate) I do not think the resort would be challenging enough for an expert as there are only a few black runs. The runs are wide, pleasant and uncrowded (especially for a European resort). The red runs are more like Swiss "blues". Go for the "whole area" lift pass which gives you access to two other (smaller) linked ski areas, Marilleva and Folgarida. We skiied for 5 days and managed to cover about 95% of the runs in Madonna di Campiglio plus Marilleva and Folgarida (that is all the reds and blues, I left the blacks out!).

  • Stayed February 2006
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Property: Hotel Bonapace
Address: Via Monte Spinale 18, 38086 Madonna Di Campiglio, Pinzolo, Italy
Region: Italy > Trentino-Alto Adige > Province of Trento > Pinzolo > Madonna Di Campiglio
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Ranked #25 of 54 Hotels in Madonna Di Campiglio
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Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Bonapace 3*
Number of rooms: 35
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The exquisite Hotel Bonapace - 3 STARS - has been one of the first hotels built in Madonna di Campiglio area since 1890. Hotel Bonapace has always been family owned and operated providing the highest level of personnel care and service.Located in the quiet part of the village, close to a small lake, just a short walk to Mont Spinale cable car, the village center and an easy access to hiking trails equipped with refuges. ... more   less 
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