Rosapetra SPA Resort

Chic Alpine, Relaxing, Atmospheric

Zuel Di Sopra 1., Cortina d Ampezzo 32043

At a Glance

This contemporary boutique gem sits five minutes outside the charming town of Cortina d’Ampezzo, gateway to some of the most famous mountain peaks in the Dolomite Mountain Region.

Indagare Loves

  • The spa, a haven of stonework and balmy heat best complimented by the ice bath and pool
  • The craggy mountain views, visible from most areas of the hotel butbest enjoyed from the outdoor black sauna
  • The easy access to town and the mountains


A soft landing after the drive into the mountains, Rosapetra SPA Resort welcomes guests like old friends. With only 33 rooms and suites and a location gently removed from town, the peace and privacy of the property is palpable in the best way. The design throughout is decidedly “alpine contemporary,” with raw wooden walls and birch tree and stone accents paired with plush furnishings and modern art pieces (the property collaborates with an art gallery, changing out the pieces every few months). The staff are exceedingly welcoming, and their shuttle service makes it easy for guests to move between the town, mountains and hotel—in the winter, guests can expect their ski equipment to be where it needs to be at all times. 

Rooms and suites are larger than a standard hotel room in the Dolomites region (which is known for its tiny accommodations) but still border on the cozy rather than spacious. That being said, the Signature Suite is quite spacious at 80 to 85 square meters with a living room and dining area. It is followed by the Dolomite Suite, at 55 square meters. Loft-style junior suites are split between two floors, with the bedroom on the second floor and the living area on the first. For couples, there is no better option than the Romantic suite, a relatively spacious room with a second floor dominated by a massive round faux wooden bathtub—the statement piece of the suite. For families, there is a connecting option for two suites.

The spa is undoubtedly the highlight of stay here; the large heated pool has a hydromassage and is lined with floor to ceiling windows showcasing the mountains. Other features include three saunas, an ice waterfall, a Mediterranean and Turkish bath, four treatment rooms,  a fitness room and relaxation areas.

The restaurant is warmly-lit and refined, serving a delicious breakfast buffet as well as a gourmet dinner menu focused on local cuisine—like most food in the Dolomites, it doesn’t disappoint. There is also an open-air lounge available in the warmer months. 

Rosapetra’s seasonal offerings make it a great option for any time of year, whether travelers are seeking a wellness and yoga focused retreat or a base for activities like hiking, biking and skiing. Skiers may be pleased to know that the peak most easily accessible from Cortina includes one of the most famous World Cup runs, a wide steep pitch cut between massive boulders. This property is also a great jumping off point for a ski safari.

Who Should Stay

Couples or families with older kids, as well as anyone seeking a stop on an active adventure through the region

Written by Abby Sandman

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