King's College School Cambridge
Hotel Fiocco di Neve - Pinzolo
25th March - 1st April 2023
The Chalet Fiocco di Neve ("Snowflake") in Pinzolo is a lovely, traditional, family run 3 star hotel that is truly a home away from home.
Just 400m from the Sant' Antonio di Mavignola cable-car, this warm, welcoming hotel offers privacy and comfort. The friendly staff, discrete and attentive to detail, will look after you for the duration of your stay.
The generous breakfast and fine savoury cuisine is enjoyed in the classic Alpine restaurant, with plenty of time at the end of a day skiing to spend in the hotel's private spa, which includes a spacious jacuzzi.
Alternatively, head to the chalet's games room or the bar for hours of fun together.
You will get many WOW experiences. Words like “spectacular & breathtaking view”, “amazing & unforgettable landscape” will be used a lot during your holiday.
The Dolomites are the perfect setting for a ski holiday. Here, UNESCO-protected landscapes combine with a sunny climate and immaculate pistes to create one of the world’s most beautiful and enjoyable ski regions. Meanwhile, state-of-the-art snowmaking systems ensure the slopes are fast and fun, whatever the weather.
The huge Dolomiti Super Ski region of Italy is located on the southern flank of the Alps offering great weather and one of the most beautiful mountainous regions in the world as recognised by UNESCO. It comprises of 12 valleys, 450 ski lifts with 1200 kms of piste. We are visiting one of these valleys, the SkiAREA Campiglio Dolomiti Di Brenta and skiing in the resorts of Folgarida, Marilleva, Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo with 150 kms of piste.
The ski area alone has been given numerous awards by the world's largest test portal for ski areas (Skiresort.info), designating it as top ski area, with perfect scores for Variety of Runs and Resort Ski Size. With snow conditions during a season ever more of a concern it is also worth noting Skiresort.info's further awards (below), as well as the 1670 snow cannons covering 95% of the slopes.