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Hotel Parc Victoria

Hotel Parc Victoria is one of the most iconic hotels of Cortina and has been since 1892 when the original 'Villa Vittoria' was transformed into one of the resort's first hotels. This elegant hotel is located in the centre of Cortina and holds the most sought-after address - No. 1 Corso Italia - which is the main pedestrianised street that runs through the centre of the town. The Parc Victoria sits in a great position - the ski lifts can be reached in just 7 minutes.

With superb facilities such as the attractive and spacious bar/lounge with its roaring fireplace, the hotel provides a cosy and pleasant ambience. At the end of the day, head for the small spa area - perfect for reviving those tired muscles.

Aperitifs are served in the lounge bar and once suitably refreshed, you can make your way down to the restaurant with its antique wooden beams and wood-panelling which create intimate surroundings to enjoy your evening meal.

All rooms are wonderfully designed and make for a comfortable base for your ski holiday this winter. Rooms are spacious and each fitted with a TV for your entertainment.

Included in your stay:

  • Continental breakfast for 7 mornings with hot options provided on 6 days
  • Afternoon tea including cake & savoury treats with tea/coffee on 6 days
  • Prosecco before dinner on 6 days
  • 3-course evening buffet with unlimited red, white and rosé wine to enjoy during your meal on 6 nights
  • Sauna
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Close to slopes
From price
£1,029pp
  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 3 January 2022
  • 5 Nights
  • Hotel - Half Board
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Bedrooms

Rooms in the hotel are all spacious and comfortable and all fitted with TV's for your entertainment.

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Resort details

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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