The Chalet Violetta is well located in a quieter part of Canazei, just 10 minutes' walk to the Belvedere gondola - from which you can access the vast Sella Ronda ski area.
This simply-furnished chalet has a great range of other facilities including free WiFi and a lounge with TV and DVD player - ideal for keeping the family entertained off the slopes.
Meal times are also something to look forward to. The friendly chalet hosts prepare some truly fantastic dishes throughout your stay, as well as a variety of scrumptious cakes for when you return in the afternoons - yummy.
- Chalets Violetta and Traviata situated opposite each other
- 3 minutes' walk to the ski bus stop
- 10 minutes' walk to the Belvedere gondola
- Continental breakfast 7 days a week (with one cooked option on 6 mornings)
- Afternoon tea with homemade cakes (6 days a week)
- Pre-dinner canapés and drinks followed by 3-course evening meals (6 evenings a week)
- Selection of wines or soft drinks with evening meals
- After-dinner chocolates and coffee
- Early meals for children available
Please note: Adults' evening meals come with house wine, which is free-flowing until coffee is served.
Chalet Violetta - sleeps 24-29 (room numbers shown in brackets):
Lower ground floor
Dining room and lounge
Two twin bedrooms with private shower and WC (1 and 2).
Twin bedroom with private short bath (with shower attachment) and WC (3).
Twin bedroom with balcony (4) and quad room with twin beds and two small folding beds and balcony (5) sharing a bathroom with bath and WC.
Two twin bedrooms with private shower, WC and shared balcony (6 and 7).
Triple room with twin beds and one small folding bed, private shower, WC and balcony (8).
Second floor - all rooms with sloping ceilings.
Two twin bedrooms with shared balcony sharing short bath and WC (9 and 10).
Twin bedroom with en suite shower and WC (12) and Quad room with twin beds and two small folding beds, en suite shower and WC (11) share a balcony.
Cots: Rooms 2, 3 and 7 will fit a cot. Room 8 can fit a cot but space may be restricted. Cots are available to hire, free of charge. Please request at time of booking. Prices are subject to change.
Please note: Public areas will be cleaned each morning. Rooms will be cleaned twice a week. All linen and towels are provided. All bedroom doors are lockable.
- Majority of rooms with en suite facilities
- Large TV and DVD player (customers can bring their own DVDs)
- Board games
- Baby food can be heated by chalet staff
- Ski room equipped with heated boot rack
- Services of tour operator chalet hosts
Please note: Chalet staff live in
Val de Fassa
- Part of the Dolomiti Superski, the largest ski area in Europe.
- Bustling, picturesque resort within stunning UNESCO-protected scenery.
- Great selection of après bars on the mountain and dotted through the villages.
Val di Fassa is made up of 7 resorts, the most well known being Canazei, Campitello and Pozza di Fassa. They all surround the Sella Ronda, which is part of Dolomiti Superski, the largest ski area in Europe with 1,200km of piste. And it’s easy to access from all of the villages.
The pink, jagged peaks of the Sella Massif, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, create a large variety of red runs, making the Dolomites perfect for intermediate skiers. Beginners will feel more than comfortable skiing here too, with many low-gradient, confidence-building runs and nursery slopes.
Canazei has lots of Austrian-style après bars like the Stua dei Ladins and Montanara Bar, along with traditional restaurants such as the Kaiserstube. There are lots of good options on the mountain in general, serving pizzas, pasta and paninis as well as local mountain food, all at reasonable Italian prices.
Other things you can get up to in Val di Fassa include ice skating, bowling and cross-country skiing.
Please note: In Italian resorts, the tour operator reps can only take card payments for extras like lift passes and equipment that are bought through them. To avoid any extra card fees from your bank, we’d recommend checking with your bank before you travel.
Novices at Canazei can start on the village slope before taking the Belvedere gondola to the wide, undulating runs at Pecol. Campitello has one beginner run at village level and at the top of the Col Rodella cable car several blue runs.
From Canazei and Campitello there is direct access to the famous Sella Ronda. This 42km route encircles the Sella Massif and can be used to ski the extensive areas of Arabba, Corvara, Colfosco and Val Gardena.
The main challenge for experts will be to put as much mileage as possible under their skis. Try the run under the cable car at Alba or the Men's Downhill runs in Val Gardena and La Villa. The north facing slopes at nearby Arabba provide some of the most challenging skiing in the Dolomites.
From Canazei, the Marmalada Glacier, also known as the Queen of the Dolomites, can be reached pretty easily - just follow the signs for the Fedaia Pass. The glacier, sitting at an imposing height of 3,342m altitude, has a range of black and red runs, perfect for thrill seekers. It's known for its heli-skiing and off-pisting, too, and has a fantastic 12km long slope, La Bellunese.