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Hotel Panorama
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Reviewed 11 January 2012

Hotel spotlessly clean, all of the staff very friendly and generally the food was excellent. Located close to the slopes and shops. :-)

  • Stayed: December 2011
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3  Thank Juecee
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Reviewed 31 January 2011

Ski trip January 2011, very pleased with location of hotel less than five minutes from slopes either way. Hotel had everything we could wish for - friendly staff, great ambience, beautiful rooms which were cleaned daily and great food. Prices for wine at dinner were very reasonable. Four course evening meals which included well-stocked and varied salad bar. Staff were very accommodating to dietry requirements. Service was fast and efficient. I really couldn't fault the hotel. Passo Tonale was great for all levels of our group. Great for beginners and advancing intermediates as well as plenty for the more experienced. One tip for advanced skiers is to upgrade to the all over ski pass giving access to the entire val di sole.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled with friends
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4  Thank Dolomiti99
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Reviewed 9 January 2011

Just got back from a four day ski trip in Passo Tonale.
Booked this trip on a deal with my wife and two other couples in July 2010.
We didnt expect much due to our deal price being less than £200 each half board but we were very please with the hotel. It is situated off the main road which runs through passo tonale so it was very quiet on an evening.The bedrooms are very clean indeed and our bathroom was also very new with a small shower which had plenty of hot water.
The hotel seems new. Meals were on a half board basis. Breakfast was a role with varios meats / cheese or eggs > not the best but ok. Evening meal consisted of salad buffet then a starter which was quite large (usually pasta or soup) followed by a main course which was eith meat or fish and one kind of veg usually potatoes. It was all edible and filling.
There is a bar in the hotel but we found it a little bit devoid of atmosphere on a evening and a bit bland but its ok if you want to play cards etc. Most of the staff speak some english but is is nice to try some Italian with them > they try to help you as well.
The ski lifts are only 150m slightly down hill if you go left towards the Magig bar or you can turn right and in 200 yards is the main lift for a long Blue run and two red runs at the top of the valley. Great little ski trip for the money > Transfer time to resort from Verona is 2.45 hours (cant be done any quicker due to last 30 miles up through winding roads and towns.)

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled with friends
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2  Thank jagertea
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Reviewed 21 March 2010

This is not only a review of the Hotel Panorama but a short review of the resort as well.

The hotel itself is nice enough. It's situated about ten minutes walk (in ski boots) from the nearest lift. Most of the staff speak broken English and it helps if you can speak Italian. We got by with a small phrasebook and plenty of hand waving!!

The rooms are quite small and the one we had (129) had a double bed with cupboards either side, a dresser, wardrobe with safe and a separate bathroom consisting of shower, sink, toilet and bidet. The bathroom seemed more spacious than the living area itself. Our room had it's own balcony with a view of the main road and the hotels opposite. Not really a balcony to site out on at -18C, more one to keep the drinks cool!

The room is advertised with a television and I spent about an hour retuning it to something in English (look for lingue in the menus and work from there).
Another thing we found was that the walls are very thin, we could clearly hear conversations from other rooms.

Brekkie was served from 0800hrs and dinner from 1930hrs. This was a bit hurried because ski school generally started at 0900hrs so its a bit of a rush eating and then getting to the slopes. Food was nice, typically Itaiian, not really for fussy eaters.

Parking is just in front of the Hotel on the side of the main road and there aren't many parking spaces, we came in by coach so it didn't affect us.

There is a secure boot room that is accessed from the outside using your room key, this is fairly basic. Dexion shelving to hold the boots and shelf brackets mounted on wood to hold the skies, not really set up for snowboards but adequate enough. I spotted one heater in there and that was generally dominated by one groups' ski boots on a regular basis. I did move these boots a couple of times to get access to the ski racks so I apologise if you found your boots in the middle of the floor but that is what the shelving is for and I'm not picking up after you, whoever you are.

Nightlife in the resort is practically non-existent. There are plenty of Hotels and each has it's own bar, some even have their own restaurants and there are even a couple of 'disco bars' This hotel didn't have a pool and from what I heard from friends staying at the other Hotels, their pools were a bit of an afterthought, in fact another travellers' child picked up an ear infection on the first visit to their pool.

There are a couple of supermarkets and ski shops and the usual tacky souvenir shops but as this is a resort and there is a captive audience, prices are high.

The skiing itself was alright, the majority of the slopes are on one side of the mountain so towards the end of the week we were starting to struggle to find different routes to make the blues and reds more interesting. (I'm not a black run skier just yet.) There is a cross country route that can be skied but we didn't explore that). There are a few 'cafes' up and down the slopes which are nice enough, we skied to both of them for a break nearly every day before skiing on - try the Hot Chocolate - beautiful.

There is the usual pushing, shoving and queue jumping when the slopes and cafes get busy but you have to just go with it unfortunately as a smack in the mouth often offends.
All in all though, a small resort, best suited to the intermediate skier and the Hotel, pleasant enough as a base for the slopes, I'd probably try to find somewhere a little closer to the lifts to use as a base because that's all there is to do there really.

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 January 2010

We stayed at the Hotel Panorama in Jan 2010- it was spotlessly clean and the room was very modern and comfortable. The hotel is only 300 yards from the ski school and lifts which are very efficient with minimal queuing- always a bonus! There was plenty of snow with a variety of weather conditions -from very cold to bright blue skies. Ski school was friendly and fantastic fun, and suited all types of ability. We met some lovely people and shared some great laughs and experiences. Our daughter snowboarded for the first time and loved it.

The only criticism of the hotel would be the language difficulty which made it difficult to communitcate some basis requests.

The food was typically Continental; we missed the option of having something hot for breakfast. The evening meal was good once we understood what the actual menu meant as some of it was in Italian - however, we quickly learnt what our favourites courses were.

Emma, our Neilson rep, was always helpful and sorted out any problems we had, which were few and far between.

We loved Passo Tonalle, and will be returning next year. There was so much to do and the skiing was just brilliant. We would throughly recommend it.

  • Stayed: January 2010, travelled with family
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