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Hotel de la Poste

Run by the Manaigo family since it opened in 1835, the hotel was originally, as the name suggests, a traditional inn and stopping off point for the mail coach and its travellers. It has been lovingly restored in recent years but has not lost its sense of history and offers elegant rooms decorated in traditional Italian style. Its delightful wood-panelled bar is one of the most popular meeting places in town in which to enjoy aperitivi or a nightcap. In Springtime, the sunny terrace is the place to sit and watch the world go by.

  • Bar
  • Log Fire
Guide price
£1,415pp
  • Scheduled flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 2 January 2021
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Bed & Breakfast
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Bedrooms

Many of the rooms are wood-pannelled with wooden floors, attractive rugs and traditional furnishings. There is an old-world elegance to the decor and the old pictures and photographs that decorate the walls chart the hotel's history since its origin.

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Cortina

Cortina is not really a ski resort as we know them. Rather it is an attractive, sprawling small town located at an altitude of 1,220m, surrounded by impressive peaks and about half a dozen more or less separate ski areas. Much favoured by rich weekend visitors from Rome and Milan, many of whom have second homes here, this is a stylish and fashion-conscious destination that is Italy's answer to St Moritz, Courchevel 1850 and Aspen. It may not have quite the same range and quality of ski terrain as its international competitors, but it has a stylish ambience that none of them can match.

This is a gloriously and uncompromisingly Italian destination, the perfect place for a luxurious ski holiday. Food and drink play an equally important part in Cortina’s splendid nightlife. There are some wonderful little wine-bars for aperitivi, masses of good restaurants (including Michelin-starred ones) and several lively nightclubs and discos that keep going until nearly dawn in peak season and at weekends.

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