<p>Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Arabba with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.</p>

Luxury Ski Chalets Arabba

Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Arabba with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.

Luxury Ski Holidays in Arabba

Situated between the Gruppo del Sella and glacier-topped Marmolada massif, Arabba is a low-key and peaceful Italian ski resort in the Fodom Valley with outstanding views. At the heart of the Dolomiti Superski area, Arabba occupies a grandstand position on the Sella Ronda.

Sitting at an altitude of 1,602m, Arabba is a small traditional village with a few shops, bars and restaurants. The older part of the village features wooden houses and the Pieve di Livinallongo church dating back to the late 1600s. Higher up, luxury ski chalets in Arabba are on the rise due to the village’s fantastic access to both Alta Badia and the Sella Ronda sectors.

The Arabba-Marmolada ski area is home to over 60 km of local pistes but as part of the Dolomiti Superski carousel, you have access to 1,200 km of slopes across 15 resorts. Arabba is also one of the starting points of the famous “Sella Ronda” circuit, a stunning 40 km ski route that covers the four Ladin valleys of Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba and Val di Fassa.

Aside from skiing, Arabba offers a plethora of alternative winter activities from snowshoe treks and snowmobiling to ice climbing and panoramic helicopter flights over the Dolomites. In summer, trekking, hiking and biking are popular pursuits.

3 Chalets & Apartments in Arabba

  • Arabba
Map view
Snowy exterior of Cesa del Louf in Arabba
Special offer

Cesa del Louf

Arabba, Italy

Capacity: 10 guests, bedrooms: 5
827 m2 / 8901.83 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Housekeepingfrom EUR 25,200 to EUR 43,200

Facilities

Swimming Pool
Sauna
Hot Tub
Steam Room
Cinema/TV Room
Terrace/Balcony(ies)
Garage
Wellness/Relaxation Room
Wi-Fi

Leo Trippi's Highlight

If you are looking for a private chalet within a short drive of the action, then Cesa del Louf is for you. It even has its own private ski lift!

Exterior of Casa Tra Cime in Arabba
Special offer

Casa Tra Cime

Arabba, Italy

Capacity: 8 + 6 guests, bedrooms: 5 + 2
720 m2 / 7750.08 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Accommodation Onlyfrom EUR 5,600 to EUR 9,800

Facilities

Wine Cellar
Wi-Fi
Ski Room
Garden
Exterior Parking
Terrace/Balcony(ies)
Fireplace(s)

Leo Trippi's Highlight

Just a short drive from the Sella Ronda ski circuit, this beautifully restored farmhouse has a stunning double-height living area, panoramic views of the Sella Massif and a well-stocked wine cellar.

Exterior of Cesa del Louf Maso in Arabba
Special offer

Cesa del Louf Maso

Arabba, Italy

Capacity: 6 guests, bedrooms: 3
547 m2 / 5887.91 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Housekeepingfrom EUR 18,600 to EUR 31,200

Facilities

Swimming Pool
Sauna
Hot Tub
Steam Room
Cinema/TV Room
Terrace/Balcony(ies)
Helipad
Garage
Wellness/Relaxation Room

Leo Trippi's Highlight

Cesa del Louf has a fantastic setting with it's own private ski lift and heliport - you can't get much better than that!

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Cable car in Arabba2 / 5
Restaurant in DolomitesPhoto: Harald Wisthaler/Dolomiti Superski3 / 5
Skiing in DolomitesPhoto: Harald Wisthaler/Dolomiti Superski4 / 5
Cesa del Louf in ArabbaPhoto: Cesa del Louf5 / 5

Luxury Chalets in Arabba

Arabba ski accommodation ranges from hotels and traditional refuges to apartments and luxury chalets. If staying in the older part of the village, be aware it is an uphill walk to reach the two ski lifts. More recently, new hotels and chalets in Arabba have been built at the top end of the village, which is more convenient for the lifts.

The village combines an intimate, authentic mountain village feel with a laid-back Italian atmosphere. If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle, Arabba ski chalets are the perfect place to relax and soak up the beauty of the Dolomites. This true hidden gem is one of the most charming and charismatic villages in the region.

Arabba Resort Information

Arabba Resort Information

  • Resort Altitude: 1,602m
  • Slopes Altitude: 1005 - 3270m
  • Pistes (Dolomiti Superski): 1200 km
  • Lifts: 450 (Dolomiti Superski)
  • Nearest Airport: Innsbruck -145 km (2.5hrs)
  • Blue Slopes: 37%
  • Red Slopes: 49%
  • Black Slopes: 14%

Popular Arabba Chalets



Leo Trippi is proud to have the incredible Cesa del Louf in the resort of Arabba. This enchanting Arabba chalet is located 700m from the centre of the village with off-piste access possible for expert skiers. Meticulously restored, this former farmstead is made up of two internally connected buildings, the maso and the masetto, accommodating 17 guests between them. The rooms are spacious and welcoming and have been furnished with extreme attention to detail. Relaxation can be found in the wellness area, compete with a sauna, Turkish bath, experience shower, swimming pool and whirlpool.



Skiing in Arabba



Arabba ski holidays offer an excellent selection of slopes ranging from open to woodland pistes. From Arabba, you can ski to the highest mountain in the Dolomites, the Marmolada. Surrounded by some of the most beautiful peaks in the Dolomites, ski holidays in Arabba are filled with spectacular scenery. As one of the higher resorts in the region along with shady runs, you can be confident of decent snow. However, the snowmaking is extensive if you’re unlucky with fresh snowfall.

Arabba’s slopes are divided into three distinct areas: one directly above the village, on the slopes below the Porta Vescovo with lifts linking up to the Passo Pordoi and Canazei, and finally the lifts linking up to the Passo Campolongo and Corvara.

Arabba’s local slopes offer some of the steepest terrain in the Sella Ronda, making it popular with more adventurous skiers. The north-facing blacks and reds from Porta Vescovo offer genuine challenges. Beginners could struggle here (although there is a nursery slope near the Burz chair). However, some of the blues might well be listed as reds in other resorts. Freestylers can enjoy access to the terrain park from Le Pale chairlift which is full of jumps, rails and boxes.



Restaurants and apres ski in Arabba



From traditional Ladin cuisine to international specialities, you can enjoy a variety of dining options in Arabba. On the mountain, Rifugio Luigi Gorza is located at the top of Porta Vescovo with outstanding views of the glacier from the outdoor terraces. Another recommended spot is the modern Rifugio Burz, with its dazzling views and modern twist to Ladin cuisine. Located in the Hotel Alpen Rose, the restaurant Stube Ladina is recommended for its carefully prepared and well-presented dishes made from regional produce and interesting wine list. In the centre of Arabba by the Burz chairlift, Milky’s Grill specialises in grilled meat and fresh pasta dishes. There are also several pizzerias to choose from.

Like many of the smaller resorts in the Dolomiti Superski, there isn’t a huge après-ski offering. However, Bar Peter in the centre of the village offers music, pizza and cocktails all winter.

How to have the perfect luxury ski holiday in Arabba

  1. Wake up in your Arabba chalet and enjoy the dramatic views of the Dolomites from the terrace.
  2. Explore the local slopes of Arabba or go further afield in the Dolomiti Superski and head over to Alta Badia.
  3. Stop for lunch at one of the traditional rifugios and dine on mouth-watering Ladin specialities.
  4. After you’ve tired yourself out on the slopes, enjoy a refreshing beer or cocktail at Bar Peter before heading back to your luxury chalet in Arabba.
  5. Relax and unwind in your chalet spa in preparation for another day on the slopes.

Location & Map

Arabba is located in the Veneto region of north-eastern Italy, in the heart of the Dolomiti Superski area. It's located around 70 km from the city of Belluno and around 170 km north west of Venice. The nearest airports to Arabba are Bolzano (75 km), Treviso (144 km), Innsbruck (145 km) and Venice Airport (163 km).