The Alta Badia valley is known as the South Tyrolean stronghold for gourmets. High standards apply and hotels and restaurants in the six villages meet every holiday need. Whether it’s a 5 or 4-star hotel or a traditional mountain hut, the standards are extreme. Alta Badia’s villages are the perfect destination for mountain lovers seeking comfort and quality. Experience a vibrant mix of tradition, quality and modernity. The six villages of Alta Badia are Corvara, Colfosco, San Cassiano, Badia, La Villa and La Val.
The Small List
Rosa Alpina Hotel and Spa – A 5 Star Luxury Hotel in San Cassiano, Alta Badia boasts a 3 Michelin Star restaurant, Restaurant St. Hubertus. It is easy to fall in love with the elegant atmosphere. The exquisite accommodations celebrate local hospitality. The Alpine Atmosphere is elegant and refined.
Restaurant St. Hubertus – The Patron Saint of hunters, this globally renowned 3 Star Michelin restaurant features exceptional cuisine. Unquestionably, it is worth a special journey. Only the highest quality ingredients found in the region, from wild game to mountain herbs, are used. Chef Norbert Niederkofler creates dishes in a light Mediterranean way.
Wine Bar Siriola – Don’t be fooled by the name. This restaurant is much more than just a wine bar. The cuisine is elegant, imaginative, and full of flavor. In addition, the wine list is particularly interesting.
La Siriola – Quality, imagination and an ability to combine a whole host of unusual flavors have brought 2 Michelin Stars to this expertly crafted restaurant. La Siriola is well worth a detour. Using a selection of top-quality ingredients, chef Matteo Metullio creates dishes with a strong, immediately recognizable character.
Club Moritzino – At 6,889ft., Club Moritzino is, above all, the most famous in the whole Badia Valley. Undeniably, the most sophisticated of Alta Badia’s famous clutch of gastro mountain huts.
Best Transfer Service
Taxi Raimond – Taxi, transfer and chauffeur driven cars for hire in Alta Badia, Cortina and Val Gardena. The local drivers are, of course, experts. They know the roads in the Dolomites like the back of their hands. Upon request, they are always ready to provide tips and information about places, restaurants, bars, shops, mountain lifts and more. Our Go-to-Guys!