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Rosa Alpina

Rosa Alpina

Dolomites, Italy

Intimate and romantic, the Rosa Alpina sits at the foot of the Lavarella and Conturines mountains in the peaceful village of San Cassiano in Alta Badia. It exudes a quiet glamour, with antique furnishings and nods to the local Ladin culture. The 52 rooms and suites are individually designed, but all share an authentic Alpine style, complemented by the warm hospitality you receive from the family who run the hotel. There’s also a three-bedroom chalet and three-bedroom penthouse for further space and privacy.

During your stay, when not out hiking in the mountains that surround you, the hotel’s spa might beckon with its range of relaxing treatments and Finnish sauna. There’s also an indoor pool, a fitness room, and four restaurants, including the three-Michelin-starred St. Hubertus.


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We love this hotel’s peaceful and naturally beautiful location, but the stand-out for us is the warmth you feel from your hosts, who welcome you like part of the family.


The 52 rooms and suites have a traditional style. Many have balconies, Ladin-influenced living areas, and local antique furnishings, giving them a sense of place.

Deluxe rooms have double or twin queen beds and en suite bathrooms. Junior suites offer more space, while some of the larger suites are spread over two floors, with separate living areas featuring a fireplace or tiled stove.

There are also open-plan Loft suites with a south-facing terrace, wooden floors from an Austrian farmhouse, and an open fireplace. The Penthouse Suite has a kitchenette and dining area, while Chalet Zeno has three double bedrooms, living and dining areas, a kitchen, and a private garden.


Alpine buildings huddle in a green valley that rises dramatically to the jagged peaks of the Lavarella and Conturines mountains. This is San Cassiano, the Alta Badia village where you’ll find Rosa Alpina. A popular place for skiing in the winter, the rest of the year brings ample hiking opportunities and the chance to relax among classic Dolomites scenery.

Food and drink

  • Three-Michelin-starred restaurant St. Hubertus, headed by renowned Chef Norbert Niederkofler. Serves regionally inspired dishes with flair using local, seasonal ingredients.
  • Restaurant Limonaia serves breakfast on its terrace overlooking the forest.
  • Wine Bar & Grill serves Italian family-style cuisine, including wood-fired pizzas, for lunch and dinner, all with mountain views.
  • Relaxed Fondue Stube offers cheese and meat fondue dinners, followed by chocolate fondue for dessert.


The hotel can arrange for up to five suites to interconnect, while the Penthouse Suite has access to three further suites and Chalet Zeno has three double bedrooms.

Facilities and activities

  • Spa.
  • Two indoor heated swimming pools — one for families and one for adults.
  • Jacuzzi.
  • Finnish saunas.
  • Fitness room.
  • Yoga studio.
  • Games room.
  • 12-seat cinema
  • Library.

Tour ideas in Dolomites

Our itineraries are there to spark ideas for how you could include a stay at Rosa Alpina as part of your trip. Treat them simply as suggestions, because every aspect of the trip we create for you will be yours to define.

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    Experiences while staying here

    The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.

    • Trekking loop around Cinque Torri
      View of Cinque Torri from path, Dolomites

      Trekking loop around Cinque Torri

      Trekking loop around Cinque Torri

      Visit the Cinque Torri (Five Towers) UNESCO World Heritage Site on a four-to-five-hour privately guided hike in the northern Dolomites. Along the way, you’ll pass remnants of World War I battles and hear about the history and geology of the area.

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