Good food, good sleep: Livigno's lifestyle
proposes 26 rooms
in different types
. All of them are spacious and suitable for families
and groups of friends
- Bathroom with bath and shower kit
- Room service on request
- Hair dryer
Choosing the right type
The first step to your holidays in Livigno
is choosing the room type to suit your requirements in terms of amenities and budget.
Double room for single occupancy
A carpeted room with wood furniture for a typical warm alpine
setting. Similar to the Double and Triple Room, but slightly smaller.
The most popular option for romantic holidays
. Extra cot for infants on request (accommodation is free
for infants age zero to two).
A functional room immersed in quiet and relaxing alpine surroundings, made even more appealing by a balcony with a view.
Excellent solution for small families or groups of friends up to 3 guests.
Light and cosy, it blends in with the alpine environment.
Subdued hues and essential, functional decor; three beds plus a sofa, and a balcony with charming views.
Ideal solution for small families
or groups of friends
up to 3/4 guests.
Pleasant setting with wood furniture, carpeted floor and warm and relaxing hues.
The room features a double bed and a bunk bed or a sofa bed.
Great solution for small families or groups of friends; three/four guests. Cosy and pervaded by a typical quiet and essential environment.
Two communicating rooms, which make this type ideal for couples with young children.
Amazing staff, wonderful holiday
Room may seem tight one and a bit old fashioned but the friendly staff and the humility of the owners absolutely compensate the mod of the rooms. The breakfast is a good short of typical continental self-service one, the dinner is coming with four courses: salad-buffet, Italian style of starter, main course and desert.
The location is almost next to the lift running along the Giorgo Rocca piste, thatsay's from door to seat in the lift is 5 minutes.
There is a sauna, max. for 4-5 person.
Getting to the village centre is about 20 minutes walk, but bus-lines (red and yellow) good options and are free of charge for ski-pass holders.
The pistes are very wide and there is no crowd on slopes nor at the lifts
Circus_Pygargus, | 08/02/2018