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Luxury Ski Chalets Cortina d'Ampezzo

Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Cortina d'Ampezzo with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.

Luxury Ski Holidays in Cortina d'Ampezzo

A true paradise for winter sports enthusiasts and nature lovers alike, Cortina is a captivating town in a truly spectacular setting. Although a famous racing town and host of the 1956 Winter Olympics, Cortina is also Italy’s most fashionable resort where culture, shopping and gastronomy are considered just as important (if not more so) than skiing.

The resort is part of the Dolomiti Superski, one of the world’s largest ski areas with 1,200 km of slopes across 12 ski regions, accessible with a single ski pass. Although accommodation in the resort is dominated by hotels, it is always worth seeking out the increasing number of impressive luxury ski chalets in Cortina d’Ampezzo for a truly indulgent holiday.

At the heart of Cortina is the cobbled Corsa Italia, a top spot for those who like to shop. The town centre offers a wealth of stores ranging from fashion, accessories and home furnishings to sport and art. Cortina’s excellent restaurants serve a variety of dishes from traditional Venetian to typical Tyrolean specialities, showcasing the fresh local ingredients.

In high season, Cortina ski holidays offer a lively après-ski scene with sophisticated cafes serving divine cake and pastries at tea time and a variety of excellent wine and cocktail bars for a late-night tipple or two. There is much to do off the slopes here too, including popular walks, swimming and ice skating.

3 Chalets & Apartments in Cortina d'Ampezzo

  • Cortina d'Ampezzo
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Exterior of Chalet LV | 01 in Cortina

Chalet LV | 01

Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

Capacity: 8 + 4 guests, bedrooms: 6
900 m2 / 9687.6 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Fully Servicedfrom EUR 31,000 to EUR 110,000


Swimming Pool
Hot Tub
Cinema/TV Room
Wellness/Relaxation Room
Ski Room

What the Press are Saying

"...the chalet LV 01 is on four levels and occupies the highest part of the Borgo. Furnished with a perfect mix that blends modern design with the traditional Ampezzo one, there is a living area with a fireplace and to complete a wellness area with sauna, swimming pool, solarium lamps and another whirlpool with waterfall."

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Exterior of Chalet LV | 02 in Cortina

Chalet LV | 02

Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

Capacity: 10 + 2 guests, bedrooms: 6
760 m2 / 8180.64 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Fully Servicedfrom EUR 28,000 to EUR 60,000


Swimming Pool
Hot Tub
Steam Room
Cinema/TV Room
Wellness/Relaxation Room
Games Room

What the Press are Saying

"Chalet LV | 02 has a SPA area complete with sauna and heated swimming pool and for cinephiles there is a private, soundproofed cinema with large screen."

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Living area at Chalet Serge in Cortina

Chalet Serge

Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

Capacity: 7 guests, bedrooms: 4
250 m2 / 2691 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Bed and BreakfastPOA


Hot Tub
Steam Room
Integrated sound system
Ski Room

Leo Trippi's Highlight

This family-friendly chalet offers a convenient base in the heart of the Dolomites with a stylish modern interior, panoramic views and a private spa with whirlpool bath.

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Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Cortina d'Ampezzo

Spreading widely across a broad valley, Cortina d'Ampezzo chalets sit alongside apartments and hotels. It is easy to find Cortina luxury apartments close to one or other of the main lifts. Slope-side lodgings are few and far between so visitors are better off staying close to the centre of the resort. Leo Trippi has a small selection of luxury ski chalet rentals in Cortina d'Ampezzo that are suitable for both small and larger groups.

By renting Cortina ski accommodation in the renowned Via Menardi area of the resort, you will be close to both the shops and restaurants. During your luxury ski holiday in Cortina d’Ampezzo admire breathtaking views of Mount Cristallo, Faloria, Cinque Torri and Tofane before you unwind in the outstanding wellness facilities of your luxury chalet.

Cortina d'Ampezzo Resort Information

Cortina d'Ampezzo Resort Information

  • Resort Altitude: 1224m
  • Slopes Altitude: 1225 - 2828m
  • Pistes: 120 km
  • Lifts: 36
  • Nearest Airport: Venice - 150 km (2 hrs)
  • Blue Slopes: 50%
  • Red Slopes: 35%
  • Black Slopes: 15%

Top Cortina Ski Chalets

Cortina d'Ampezzo ski holidays are popular with families as well as corporate groups due to the range of activities and accommodation on offer in the resort. Catered ski chalets in Cortina are a popular choice for groups looking to make the most of their time in the mountains. Chalet LV|01 and LV|02 are two of Cortina's most exclusive catered chalets. Guests can expect an in-house Michelin-standard chef to prepare a bespoke menu during their stay. The chalets also come with a full-time professional butler and 24/7 in-resort driver service.

Another popular chalet for luxury ski holidays in Cortina d'Ampezzo is Chalet Serge, a family-friendly property just a short drive from the centre of the resort. Relaxation is taken care of in the form of a private spa area with a Finnish sauna, whirlpool bath and hammam.

Skiing in Cortina d'Ampezzo

Cortina's 120 km of pistes are spread around three separate and varied ski areas - Faloria-Cristallo, Tofana Socrepes and Cinque Torri-Lagazuoi. The latter two are linked by the new gondola from Son dei Prade to Bai de Dones. With red-tinged peaks rising vertically from the tops of the runs, the backdrop to luxury ski holidays in Cortina d'Ampezzo is simply stunning.

Best for beginner skiers is the network of wide, easy blue runs served by high-speed chairlifts on the extensive lower slopes above Socrepes. Confident intermediates should head to the Faloria-Cristallo area which has plenty of red and black runs. There's also the epic 8km Armentarola red piste from Lagazuoi with its breathtaking scenery of towering cliffs and frozen waterfalls. Experts can enjoy excellent ski touring with a guide - the Super8 Ski Tour traverses three Dolomite mountain passes: Forcella Averau, Croda Negra and Lagazuoi.

It is also possible to go cross-country skiing, including along a long stretch of the old railway line, or enjoy a magical snowshoe trek through the fabled forests of the Ampezzo Dolomites Nature Park.

Whilst there are few ski-in/ski-out chalets in Cortina, many catered chalets will have their own driving service which will deliver you to and from the slopes at a time to suit you.

Family Ski Holidays Cortina d'Ampezzo

From beginners to expert skiers, Cortina d'Ampezzo provides slopes for all the family. However, if skiing is not for you, then there are plenty of alternative activities to try during your luxury ski holiday in Cortina. Ice skating at the Cortina Olympic Ice Stadium is always a popular choice, as is a dog sledding excursion. Learn about sled preparation and dog behaviour before trying your hand at mushing. There's also some great fun to be had at Dolomiti Paradise with a play area and electric car track on hand to amuse younger guests.

Best Bars & Restaurants in Cortina d'Ampezzo

From fine-dining establishments to more casual dining, Cortina can cater to all tastes and budgets.

Michelin-starred Ristorante Tivoli, is reputed to be the best restaurant in town. Alternatively, try Al Camin, specialising in homemade pasta, meat and game and the most decadent desserts in the Dolomites. This is one of Cortina’s best kept secrets, just a short drive away at Passo Tre Croci. A Cortina icon since 1964, El Toulà serves traditional dishes with an innovative twist and is a firm favourite with visiting celebrities, both inside the dining room and out on the terrace.

Après tends to start in places like Enoteca, where skiers drop in after a day on the slopes. For a spot of late-night dancing, head to Janbo. With DJs, live music and an uber-chic clientele, it’s highly sophisticated, and at the centre of night-time action in Cortina.

How to have the perfect luxury ski holiday in Cortina d'Ampezzo

  1. Wake up in your Cortina d'Ampezzo catered chalet and enjoy a delicious breakfast prepared for you by your private chef.
  2. Enjoy spectacular views across the Ampezzo valley whilst you explore the 120 km of pistes on offer.
  3. If you're feeling more adventurous, head off-piste with a guide, making fresh tracks as you go.
  4. Stop for lunch at one of Cortina's famous refugios and indulge in the mouth-watering Italian cuisine on offer.
  5. Head back to your Cortina ski accommodation and relax before heading into town for a spot of shopping or a glass of wine in one of the sophisticated wine bars that line the street.

Location & Map

Located 99 km from Cortina d’Ampezzo in northern Italy, the nearest airport to the resort is Venice Treviso with an approximate transfer time of 2 hours. Other nearby airports include Venice Marco Polo (116 km), Verona (158 km) and Munich (203 km).

Frequently asked questions

Where is Cortina d'Ampezzo

Cortina d'Ampezzo, known as the "Pearl of the Dolomites" is located in northeastern Italy in the Veneto region, 25 miles north of Belluno city.

How to get to Cortina d'Ampezzo?

The nearest airports to Cortina d'Ampezzo are Venice and Treviso, which are both around a 2 hour drive from the resort. The nearest train station is located in Calalzo di Cadore (37 km) which is connected to Cortina by several bus companies. There are also several transfer services available which we are able to organise for you should you wish.

What to do in Cortina d'Ampezzo?

Cortina d'Ampezzo is popular in both winter and summer. Stay in a luxury chalet in Cortina and enjoy exploring the 120 km of ski slopes in winter. If you don’t ski, there is still plenty on offer. Visit the Cortina Adrenalin Center, and enjoy an exhilarating ride down the icy bobsleigh run as a passenger (two per bobsleigh) with a professional pilot and brakeman to keep you safe. You can also participate in a wide range of other winter sports such as snow-kiting, ice-driving, snow-boarding, sledding, curling, ski mountaineering, winter Via Ferrata and much more.

In summer, the region offers a plethora of activities such as mountain biking, trekking, trail running, rock climbing, tennis, golf and swimming.