The Hotel Grohmann was the base for our first family ski-ing holiday.
Our party consisted of one seasoned skier and two novices. The Grohmann fits the alpine mode of having functional rooms with minimal additional features. Our room was tight for three, but as other reviewers have indicated it is perfectly fine as a base for ski-ing.
It was a little unfortunate that the Crystal appointed ski-school for our two beginners was a bus trip up the valley; no great problem, but something to bear in mind. Campitello is perhaps a better base for parties that intermediate plus
I enjoyed the food. There was a good choice at each meal and the pre-ordering worked well. All of the dishes that I had were well prepared, well presented and very tasty, It was great to have the opportunity to sample local dishes.
My vegetarian wife found the week hard going. In my experience vegetarianism is rarely understood up in the mountains, particularly so when the vegetarianism extends to an absence of fish as well.
The evening meal was too late for our six year, who quite literally fell asleep in his pudding or was a grumpy toad. We were very grateful for the restaurant staff's good humour and patience with our little man - they were as accommodating as they could be and he was made to feel very welcome. My view is that the set-up would suit families with older children than ours, I suggest 11 plus.
The hotel itself is well located for local amenities, it was a mere ten minute walk to our ski-hire shop.
My only quibbles with the hotel was the slightly off welcome and weak WiFi. We had booked late with Crystal and our arrival time seemed to be something of a surprise and far from welcomed; the last thing you need after 12 hours travelling. The WiFi was irritatingly slow, I achieved better access using my mobile phone. Those quibbles apart, the service was excellent.
I would certainly stay at the Grohmann again, but I might struggle to convince the rest of my family to join me.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Grohmann *** Touring Campitello in alpine style with its welcoming environment and its warm mountain ambience, is centrally located and close to the ski lifts of the Col Rodella (Sella Ronda - Dolomiti Super Ski ), the starting point of some of the most beautiful walks in the Val di Fassa.The roomsAll rooms are equipped with bath or shower, telephone, TV / Satellite TV, safe, hairdryer, most with balcony. Classic rooms, Prestige Suites, Mini-apartments, Convenient Rooms.The fitness and wellness centreFunctional new fitness and relaxation centre of the hotel with jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish bath.100 m.away from the hotel, The Gallery - Sporting Club has Technogym-equipped fitness room, beauty packages, 5 different massage cabins, a “Land and Sea” cabin with heated quartz sand loungers, the Oriental cabin of meditation and harmony, the Occidental cabin where massage is accompanied by colour therapy, heat, aromas and slight movement of water that recreates the beneficial relaxation of the Sea .Gourmet & CateringQuality local, national and international cuisine, offers a choice of starters and main courses. Weekly gala dinners. Breakfast buffet, salad buffet and choice of dessert, baby and petite carte menu (special meals on request - extra);Entertainment UHCInternal and external activities of sport, entertainment and cultural & musical evenings, with live music, shows, movies, TV, dvd, in the hotel and / or at the Gran Tobià Taverna Teater (800 seats) ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Grohmann Campitello Di Fassa, Province Of Trento