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Hotel Ustaria Posta

Badia/Badia, Badia, Dolomites Region Alta Badia
224 from Badia center of
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Family Mini Suite: Family room consisting of a room with a double bed and a communicating room with a bunk bed (max. length 180 cm). Shared bathroom and large balcony.
Max up to 4 guests
Comfort single bedded room 12 - 14m²
Max up to 1 guests
Double bedroom
Double bedded room comfort 16-18 m²
Max up to 2 guests
Three bedroom
"Family" triple bedded room 20-22 m²
Max up to 3 guests
Twin bedded room
Twin bedded room with balcony
Max up to 2 guests
4-bedroom Family
Family Mini Suite: Family room with double bed and double loft bed (length 185 cm).
Max up to 4 guests
Three bedroom
"Family" triple bedded room 20-22 m²
Max up to 3 guests
Total price:
(incl. VAT)
* Price does not include tourist tax


  • Families
  • Coach tours
  • Seniors
  • Motorbikes welcome
  • Cycling
  • Horse riding
  • Hiking
  • Breakfast buffet

About the region

Travellers flock to the region of Alta Badia region, known in German as Hochabtei, for its legendary mountains, world-famous ski slopes, upstanding Ladin inhabitants and gourmet South Tyrolean cuisine.

Alta Badia region is defined by the Dolomites. This mountain range has not only created a spectacular landscape, but also offers countless options for enjoying a very special holiday in the great outdoors. Val Badia is not only for sports enthusiasts, though: gourmets and epicures will also be in bliss here. Alta Badia region’s many award-winning gourmet restaurants and hotels, the density of which is unique in Europe, make it the premier gourmet region of South Tyrol/Südtirol. Alta Badia region is the homeland of the Ladin people. One of things that set the Ladin people apart is their language: they have spoken Ladin since Roman times. Other hallmarks of Ladin culture, which is an integral part of holidays in Val Badia, include a strong sense of tradition, striking efficiency, a keen sense of community, long established and environmentally friendly architecture and delicious, hearty food.