Hotel in the Pedestrian Zone in Cortina
The elegant structure of the 4-star Hotel Cortina is situated along Corso Italia, in front of the nineteenth century bell tower of Cortina d’Ampezzo, in the center of the shopping area, close to the ski-bus stop bound for the Dolomiti Superski ski slopes and skiing school.
In the pedestrian area are the international high-fashion boutiques, antiques, numerous artisan shops and the most popular locales of Cortina; a little further, skiing enthusiasts can purchase the best equipment at the shops in the center.
How to reach us
The nearest train station is at Calalzo di Cadore, 22 miles away. The main railway line is Venice-Calalzo di Cadore from where you reach Cortina by bus; the total duration of the trip (train + bus) is around three and a half hours. Upon arriving at the bus terminal head on foot towards the Cortina bell tower, the Hotel Cortina awaits you right in front of it.
Take highway A27 Venice – Belluno and then the state highway towards Cortina; just before the center, go through the roundabout, turn right, pass the Faloria cable car, turn left towards the center, then right and then take the first street on the left, Via Martiri di Tarcento.
The Venice Marco Polo airport is 93 miles. Reach Cortina by car, following the directions above, or — during the winter season — use the transfer that connects Venice and Cortina every Saturday.
Cortina and surroundings
Around Falzarego Pass are some of the most interesting hiking trails, paths for mountain biking, rock climbing; in this pristine area, rich with tourist services, we suggest spending a night in the mountain hut, admiring the mountains, a hair’s-breadth from heaven, rose-tinted by the sunrise. A truly enchanting moment.
With the inauguration of the Alexander Girardi Hall conference center, Cortina has major multifunctional centers, capable of hosting conventions, musical events and conferences; events managed by the Cortina Meeting company, with the participation of various major players in international culture.
During the summer season, folklore and traditional festivals are frequent in Cortina. From the numerous weekly rustic festivals, up to the Bands Festival – a triumph of music, traditional clothing and gastronomic specialties that blankets Corso Italia – igniting a contagious enthusiasm that will not fail to amaze and cheer you.
In the vicinity of our hotel is the ‘Mario Rimoldi’ Museum of Modern Art, notable gallery with beautiful works by De Chirico, Guttuso, Morandi and many others. The Paleontological Museum, the Ampezzo Ethnographic Museum and the recent inauguration of the ‘open museum’ – dedicated to World War I – enriches Cortina with a first-rate cultural repertoire.