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Sertorelli Sporthotel

Sertorelli Sporthotel is a lovely modern family-run Alpine-style hotel in Cervinia. The hotel is situated in a great position near the village, ski-lifts and pistes, plus just 55km from Aosta airport making it easily accessible. 

The impressive offering of wellness facilities includes 33°C whirlpool, 60°C and 60% humidity bio sauna, "Tropical" hot shower flavoured with tropical fruits, "cold shower" with water flavoured with menthol, Turkish bath, "Pool of snow" outdoor roof terrace and various types of massage and beauty treatments.

The hotel restaurant is divided into three rooms, serving the best traditional Italian dishes to the finest standard. If you miss the opening hours, the kitchen will happily serve you a light meal for you to enjoy in your room or in one of the 3 dining rooms. The wine list is also extensive.

  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Log Fire
Guide price
£1,160pp was £1,290 save £130
  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 14 December 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Half Board
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Bedrooms

There are 5 types of bedroom/suite in the hotel.

Comfort Room: Spacious with two beds, some with balcony. Sky TV, Wi-Fi, shower and WC. Pets welcome. Sleeps 2 people

Deluxe Room: Spacious with two king-sized beds, some with balcony. Sky TV, Wi-Fi, shower, WC and minibar. Sleeps 3 people

Romantic Suite: Spacious bedroom with living room, king-sized beds and sofa bed. Many with balcony view of Cervino. Sky TV, Wi-Fi, shower, WC, minibar. Pets welcome. Sleeps 4 people.

Cervino Suite: Spacious rooms with living room, king-sized beds and sofa bed. Many with balcony overlooking Cervino. Sky TV, Wi-Fi, shower, WC and minibar. Sleeps 4 people.

Suite Chalet: Chalet apartments with living room, king-sized beds, double sofa bed and balcony with Cervino views. Sky TV, Wi-Fi, shower and many have a whirlpool bath area. Sleeps 6 people.

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Resort details

Cervinia

One of the first purpose-built resorts is blessed with plenty of high-altitude, snow-sure skiing and easy access to the slopes of neighbouring Zermatt.

Somehow one cannot fail to admire the romantic spirit of an Italian ski resort that has Byron's fine words (mysteriously translated into French) emblazoned on the front of its main lift station in wrought iron.

But although the mountains have not changed much since Byron's time, the resort itself might have surprised him. Having originally come to prominence as a climbing centre, Cervinia was first developed as a ski area in 1936 during Mussolini's era, when what were then state-of-the-art lifts and hotels were constructed.

But despite its aesthetic melange, Cervinia remains one of the most popular Italian destinations for British skiers. Indeed, the British comprise the largest proportion of foreign visitors here. The attraction is partly price, although this is by no means the cheapest resort in Italy, but principally it is the snow record.

Cervinia is one of the highest ski resorts in the Alps, with a village height of 2,050m and a ski area (linked to Zermatt's) that rises up to 3,480m - or even 3,820m if you are returning from an excursion into Zermatt's terrain. Thus it is virtually guaranteed to have snow from early December until late April, despite the fact that many of its slopes have a southerly exposition. In addition, snow-making helps ensure season-long snow-cover on the lower slopes. (The resort celebrates its long season with the Azzurrissimo at the end of April. This is a downhill race from the Plateau Rosa to Cervinia itself in which 1,500 amateurs compete.)

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