The Armentarola, a crossroads between the Alta Badia and Cortina, has become a meeting place for mountain lovers due to its ability to be beautiful and full of opportunity both within the winter and summer. Ciasa Salares is situated here and provides a tasteful retreat against the landscape.
A family-owned hotel, attention to detail and five-star hospitality is found throughout, all the while accompanied with a smile. The local connection follows you as you explore the hallways – artworks are crafted by native hands, local woods such as untreated fir, stone pine and larch are used in furnishings, and during the winter, #Infini restaurant bounces to life with the beats of DJ Arolla.
However, the main draw of Ciasa Salares would be the food. Where to start? ‘Sori’ restaurant offers a range of organic-dietic produce, prepared with classic culinary techniques and a touch of tradition. Grandma Hilda is also on hand to help you choose your cheeses, served with delicious chutneys and unpasteurised mountain honey. Alternatively, step down to ‘Cocun’, the wine-cellar restaurant, where there are over 1,900 labels to discover.
The Dolomites are as dramatic as they are delicious.