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Reviewed 2 March 2015

Just returned from a week at the Miramonte having stayed there last year and enjoyed it so much.
The hotel is a veritable icon in terms of its architecture, space and style, albeit a little frayed at the edges, but this adds to the wonderful charm and personality that are so often lacking in the big chain "luxury" hotels. If you would like to experience a classic example of one of the "Grand" hotels of the mid 1900s that used to host all the Hollywood stars and Europe's glitterati and still retains all the original features, down to the room decor, then this is it. It's like a gracefully ageing actress that just won't entertain the idea that becoming older makes one less important or desirable.
The enormous dining room provides a nightly drama of old-style service that runs like a precision military campaign with guests installed at their linen clad island-sized tables that provide an ideal balance of privacy and viewing potential for the rest of the room. Chandeliers, grand piano, enormous space with regiments of dinner-suited waiting staff....but there is always in twinkle in the eye and a quick joke that disarm the grandeur and save it from becoming too stuffy or self-important.
Here is a hotel where they remember your name and remember what you like and what you don't like.....everyone is attentive, helpful and charming and you really fell that the staff take a pride in being "human" as well as professional.
The hotel provides a courtesy "people-mover" that shuttles guests to and from the ski system in the morning and right up until late in the evening, which is great because the hotel is slightly outside of the town, set in its own grounds overlooking the valley.
We will go back because we cherish this "Grande Dame" of a hotel with all its personality and old fashioned service and we really love the skiing at Cortina...lunch at the terrific restaurant "Baita Pie Toffana" on the slopes is a must do!!!

  • Stayed: February 2015, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Mike R
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Reviewed 21 February 2015

I am right now finishing up 2 month my European winter tour. We did 10 different locations in and around the Alps and had a lot of fun and some good skiing and some great exploring. We stayed at a whole bunch of hotels and ate at some great places, and some not so great.
Cortina is a strange kind of a town. Really classy shops and hotels but really inconvenient for the skiing. It is located like miles away from the center and probably designed for families with kids who come here at the weekends and fill the trails and uphill transportation.
The Miramonti is a fabulous old classic building with a whole heap of history. Big movie stars stayed here and their pictures are all over the walls. There is so much space inside you walk for miles from one end to the other. Totally outstanding bar and lounges, and some nice formal dining with great service.
Rooms are not so spacious but still grand in the old style of things. Makes you feel like you are stepping back in time coming here. Quite an experience, but don’t expect it to be like a modern American chain – it is nothing like that. More like the Del Coronado near San Diego if you want a US parallel.
Prices are high, but you need to expect that at this grade. And you are situated in a private estate with awesome views, outside of town.
But from a skier’s perspective, this isn’t so great. No sir. The transportation to even start skiing is complicated and irregular. The skiing is split into two areas and it’s hard to cross between them, totally exhausting.
So I have to say, love the hotel, love Cortina, but I wouldn’t stay here again to ski.

  • Stayed: February 2015, traveled with friends
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4  Thank Bob C
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Reviewed 18 February 2015 via mobile

This hotel is situated in a brethtaking location. I spent there a few days with my daughters. We were all more than happy. Staff is helpful and courteous. Classic mountain cottage ambieance by all means. Above all stand the restaurant: all remarkable from the Maitre and the waiters, to the grand salon and last but not least the food quality and variety. Worth mentioning the indoor pool with a stunning view on all the peaks around Cortina.

Stayed: February 2015, traveled with family
1  Thank Carlo B
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Reviewed 4 March 2014

We have just returned from a week in Cortina. The Miramonti is about 2km out of town and looks spectacular from the outside, especially in the snow. Our corner room was very large and comfortable but the bathroom too cramped with toilet almost touching the bath. It is a hassle getting to the slopes to ski. Take the shuttle bus to Pizza Roma, then walk to buy ski pass from bus station, then take a public bus to the slopes. I asked the driver of the shuttle if he could take us to the lift station - he said sure and when I was about to tip him 10 Euro (which I thought was generous as he also offered to collect me later) he asked for 15 - that is 30 Euros for a round trip to the slopes which is only another minute or so from the Pizza Roma. Even the local taxis charge 15-20 Euros from centre of town to the hotel. One day we were charged 70 Euros to take us to a ski area about 15mins away! I think that by staying in the hotel they can see you coming! But I think the hotel shuttle driver has a tidy business which isn't really what a "free shuttle" in a ski town should be - and I have stayed in some of the best hotels in ski resorts around Europe. Only ate one night in hotel - the dining room is so dated and food tired and our meat tough and over-cooked. There are some great restaurants in the town. Also breakfast leaves a lot to be desired. The barman one evening told me he felt he was working in a museum and it certainly feels that way. We're in our 50's and enjoy living life to the full - if you enjoy skiing and wish to experience everything else that Cortina has to offer I would strongly advise against this expensive and over-rated hotel.

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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9  Thank adambLeeds_UK
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Reviewed 13 February 2014

Just back from a week in Cortina and stayed at the Miramonti. Fantastic service, hospitality and overall ambience. Although a bit dated it has been brought up to date and still retains the atmosphere of past years. Waiters truly helpful and attentive as were all the staff. Large selection on the buffet for both breakfast and dinner, plus alternatives. We stayed half board and after 5/6 courses in the evening were fit to bust. Ok some things on the menu not to our taste but that applies anywhere but at least you had plenty of quality options and mix and match which courses you wanted.
Very large suite with table, SKY TV various seating plus separate dressing and bathroom. Clean linen and towels every day. Welcome cakes (biscuits) and fruit. Nice touch was the weather report, horoscope and chocs at night.Superb view up the valley to the snow covered mountains. We always came back to afternoon tea and biscuits, and relaxed, but did not try the pool.
Although a little out of town certainly more than 1500m, in our opinion, or shall we say we would not have liked to walk it, there is a free taxi service every 15min with friendly drivers who drop you off where you want. Certainly a gem and evidently we enjoyed ourselves.

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Marleyhol
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