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Hotel Pozzamanigoni

Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena
1173 from Sëlva/Selva center of
Price on request

double room Superior Saslong
double room Superior Saslong
Max up to 4 adults
Suite Stevia
Suite Stevia
Max up to 4 adults
Total price:
(incl. VAT)
* Price does not include tourist tax


  • Families
  • Motorbikes welcome
  • Cycling
  • Wellness
  • Horse riding
  • Dietary cuisine
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Vegetarian menu
Hotel description
SKI IN - SKI OUT A paradise for nature and relax lovers. Directly access to ski slope "Sasslong B“ (Sellaronda). Half board with local and italian menu Our new restaurant "Cianel" close to the hotel on the ski slope, open every day for lunch and diner.

About the region

In the region Val Gardena region, the Dolomites are so close you can touch them and the Ladin way of life can be experienced in all its colours. Modern lifts and trendy events paired with traditional wood carving arts connect innovation and tradition on holiday.

The Val Gardena valley is an internationally renowned ski and hiking area in the middle of spectacular Dolomites rock towers. It offers outstanding holiday value at the highest level year round. A cable car ride from one of the valley stations followed by a gentle walk is as good a way of seeking out impressive viewing points as a hike round around the striking Sassolungo mountain or high-Alpine tours and via ferrata climbs. Val Gardena is strongly influenced by its Ladin population and the coexistence of three official languages: German, Italian, and Ladin. Taste and experience the seductive blend of cultures in the numerous Alpine farms, mountain huts, or restaurants. Wood carving is a cornerstone of Ladin culture worth seeing for yourself. It is the source of Val Gardena region’s nickname “Valley of wood carvers”, an aspect that has now been modernised and enhanced throughout the region.