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Chalet Panorama is actually one of the few catered chalets in the whole of Italy and benefits from being in a fabulous location, close to the ski lift 800m away and next to the renowned resort of Selva Val Gardena in the Italian Dolomites. Located in St. Christina Val Gardena it offers access to the world’s largest ski area, the Dolomiti Superski and the famous Sella Ronda. The free ski bus stops directly outside the chalet. The chalet is in the very heart of Val Gardena, in the authentic old part of St. Christina and enjoys stunning views over the pistes and the surrounding mountains.

The accommodation is spacious and all nine bedrooms have their own en-suite bathrooms with shower or bath, WC, basin, balcony, hair dryers and a TV. The spacious lounge offers comfortable seating, an authentic Kachelofen and a TV, with satellite channels. Full of traditional South Tyrolean charm as chalet Selva Panorama, it has a separate living and dining room and offers guests a welcoming communal area. After your dinner why not end your evening with a night cap in the cosy chalet bar.

This catered chalet is extremely popular with guests with children because of the safe garden and large south facing terrace. The private sauna also has a shower, WC, rest area with chairs and an exercise bike. For your convenience there is also a heated ski and boot room with ski lockers and boot dryers/warmers. If you consider driving here, there is a private underground car park with free parking. Sold normally to groups or parties wanting sole occupancy and not on a room by room basis.

Chalet layout :(for up to 20 people)

Ski room with ski lockers and boot dryers/warmers
Sauna with shower, WC, tanning bed, exercise bike Underground parking

Shared entrance with reception through to the kitchen
Living and dining room, Kachelofen Lounge, TV, Kachelofen
Bar with sitting area

Single room, en-suite shower, WC, basin, fitted hair dryer, TV, balcony
Austrian twin room, plus sofa-bed (85×188 cm), en-suite bath, WC, basin,
hair dryer, TV, balcony

Austrian twin room, en-suite shower, WC, basin, fitted hair dryer, TV, balcony
Austrian twin room, en-suite shower, WC, basin, fitted hair dryer, TV, balcony
Austrian twin room, en-suite shower, WC, basin, fitted hair dryer, TV, balcony
Austrian twin room, en-suite bath, WC, basin, fitted hair dryer, TV, balcony

Austrian twin room, plus sofa-bed (85×188 cm), en-suite shower, WC, basin, hair dryer, TV, balcony
Austrian twin room, plus sofa-bed (85×188 cm), en-suite bath, WC, basin, hair dryer, TV, balcony
Austrian twin room, en-suite shower, WC, basin, fitted hair dryer, TV, balcony

Welcome drinks and canapés on arrival:
On arrival in your chalet you will find a genuine warm welcome from your chalet staff. You will be helped with your luggage and during your chalet staff’s welcome speech, drinks and handmade canapés/nibbles will be served to you in the lounge on what time you arrive. With beds made up with fresh linen and towels provided in your room. Unpack your suitcase and start your holiday.

Chalet Catering :

Enjoy a breakfast of freshly baked baguettes straight from the famous local bakery, jams and butter, fresh eggs, spreads, cornflakes, cereals, muesli, yoghurts, fresh fruit, milk, fruit juices, hot chocolate, fresh coffee and pots of tea.

Homemade afternoon tea and après-ski snacks: After your day on the slopes you will return to afternoon tea with freshly home-made après-ski snacks/canapés/nibbles. Mulled wine or ‘vin chaud’ or hot chocolate will also be awaiting your return.

Freshly prepared home cooked dinner:
The chalet staff will create a freshly home cooked three course dinner for you.All meals are prepared with fresh local produce. To complement your meal there is complimentary and unlimited quantities of a selection of good quality red and white wines during the course of dinner.

Chalet staff day off:
Chalet staff have one day off during your stay but they still provide breakfast. And you do not have to worry about clearing away the table. After a day on the slopes you can make of course a cup of tea and coffee on your return and/or you are welcome to help yourself to the chalet drinks fridge. In the evening, most guests visit a local restaurant.

Number of Bedrooms



  • Balcony
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Welcome and Assistance
  • WiFi

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Home to some of Europe’s best skiing, scenery and food – skiing in Italy consistently impresses with many vowing never to return to the overcrowded pistes in other countries. Perhaps it’s the sunny climate or the national temperament, but family ski holidays in Italy are quite different from those in the other Alpine nations. In general, the Italians are laid back, late to arrive on the slopes and big
on lunch. Many of the top ski resorts in Italy are in the Val d’Aosta (where you’ll find Cervinia, Champoluc, Gressoney and Pila), the Olympic ‘Milky Way’ resorts (Sauze d’Oulx, Sestriere and Claviere) or in the exceptionally scenic Dolomites (with famous resorts such as Cortina d’Ampezzo and Selva-Gardena). A firm favourite with us is the duty-free resort of Livigno which excels in combining value and fantastic skiing.

One reason why the Italians love to lunch is the quality of the food. The cuisine in the Dolomites in particular is a wonderful mix of Italian, Austrian and Ladin (a language based on a local dialect and Latin which dominates some of the local valleys). The Dolomites are also the location for the celebrated Sella Ronda – a leisurely all day circular tour taking in several resorts, including Selva, Corvara
& Colfosco and four mountain passes.

Cervinia, linked across the Swiss border with Zermatt, has extensive high altitude slopes, wide and well-groomed. Cervinia’s Val d’Aosta neighbours Gressoney and Champoluc in the Monterosa ski area, combine to give extensive family-friendly Italian ski holidays with exciting heli-skiing options for the more adventurous.

Those who have never encountered the Dolomites while skiing in Italy will be inspired by some of the most astonishing scenery in the Alps. These sheer and towering limestone peaks are so different in appearance that some people think of them as a completely different mountain range.In some Dolomites valleys the Ladin culture is still very much alive, and the locals are determined to preserve this
heritage through the language, local dress, old customs, songs and the local cuisine.

Skiing round the truly impressive Sella massif is one of the great highlights of a skiing in the Dolomites. This panoramic 25-mile circuit includes more than 16 miles of skiing and takes you through four Ladin valleys. The tour can be comfortably completed in five or six hours, even by less experienced skiers.

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