Via Roma, 9
Altitudine: 1450 m
Dalla tangenziale di Torino imboccare l’autostrada per Pinerolo (A55). Procedere in direzione Sestriere, quindi seguire le indicazioni per Prali lungo la variante a scorrimento veloce.
Servendosi della linea Torino-Pinerolo; a Pinerolo coincidenze con le autolinee S.A.D.E.M.
All the year
Telefono: (+39) 0121807537 cell. (+39) 3337407862
Indirizzo email: email@example.com
Sito web: www.hoteldellealpi.it
Numero camere doppie: 5 camere doppie; 3 camere quadruple
Numero posti letto in camerata: 1 camera con 6 posti letto
“The Hotel of the Alps, located in the heart of the town of Prali, offers a cozy and peaceful ambiance.
For those who love peace and good food we offer our guests the opportunity to enjoy traditional dishes in local restaurants including the “Nido dell’Orso” (the Bear’s Nest), where the owner will cook simple dishes of traditional Italian recipe, and the typical waldesians specialties, for the most curious palates
THE HOTEL DELLE ALPI IS THE IDEAL PLACE FOR THOSE WHO ARE LOOKING FOR A DYNAMIC HOLIDAY AS WELL AS FOR THOSE WHO LOVE COMFORT AND RELAX.
The Pro Loco Prali will be happy to share infos about all the events taking place throughout the year and the activities that you can do in the area, as well as explain where to rent the equipment for those who decide to approach the mountain for the first time and wants to try downhill skiing, Nordic skiing or snowboarding, as well as off-piste freeride in contact with our beautiful mountains. It will be possible to find clothing and souvenirs about the mountain in the small shop at the entrance of the town, where you will find the snowboards rental service.
In summer you’ll discover many paths for mountaineering, hiking and mountain biking, hang gliding, tennis fields, volleyball, beach volleyball, football, bowling, archery, many events and competitions. In winter we are waiting for you to come skiing on our slopes. We will be pleased to suit every level of sport experience, with newly built two-seat lifts, ski lifts, ski schools, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and skating.”