Passo Tonale is one of Italy’s highest ski resorts, with skiing from early to very late in the season, and all-year-round skiing on glacier too. As in all Italian ski resorts, families are warmly welcomed here. Grand Hotel Miramonti is one of the two the best hotels in town. It has a health spa with a swimming-pool, mini club, restaurant, and separate pizzeria serving ice creams and home-made pastries. Grand Hotel Paradiso is the newer luxury hotel. It is located at the foot of the slopes, and has 132 light and airy rooms and suites – the highlight of which is the Royal Suite with two bedrooms, a Jacuzzi, gym, sauna, Turkish bath, sitting room with home cinema. The hotel also houses a spa with indoor swimming-pool, and a mini club for ages four to 12 years.
A reporter recommended Hotel Adamello for its “great hosts with fantastic food”. Hotel Orchidea is a comfortable and traditional family-run establishment with 30 rooms. The centrally located Hotel Panorama (100m from the lifts) and Hotel Edelweiss (next to the shopping centre) have both been in the same family for generations, and offer good food.
Sporhotel Vittoria is owned by a local ski instructor and has a spa that was recently renovated. The hotel is rated “much better than any other three-star I have stayed in,” by a reporter, “the food was plentiful, lots of choice and the prices very good”. The pastel blue Hotel La Torretta is in a perfect location and its restaurant serves mouth-watering pizzas and local dishes. The rooms come in all sizes from a single to a family suite and a three-bedroom apartment. It receives mixed reviews on Tripadviser including some good ones: “This place has got the lot – charming caring staff, beautiful decor and immaculate, well appointed, comfortable rooms right on the piste”.
Hotel Mirandola is an old hospice up the mountain which has been converted into a lovely boutique hotel. It has a spa with wonderful views of Mount Presanella. Its restaurant serves regional cuisine.