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Melbourne
Reviewed 23 February 2016 via mobile

Stayed at this hotel for a week while on a skiing holiday. Compared to three years ago, there were major developments with changes in ownership and management. The accommodation was good as ever, as was the staff helpful and friendly. However the total alteration to the bar/restaurant area has completely destroyed any cultural ambience and the constant piped radio/ music,...

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Gold Coast, Australia
Reviewed 1 January 2016

This was my first time skiing in the Dolomites and I booked through Dolomite Ski Tours in Australia and I wasn't disappointed. The Tobia Hotel was fantastic, staff amazing and friendly and nothing was too much trouble. It's located right in the centre of the village so very handy to everything and a short walk to the main ski cable...

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Reviewed 31 December 2014 via mobile

Love it love the service the way of life the food love love loved it all Shame my husband hit a ski and we had to come home But they even did a good job stitching him up! Looking forward to going again this January 2015... What a way to go

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Kuala Lumpur
Reviewed 23 February 2013

The only things in favour I can say are - convenient location, pleasant bar and good restaurant. The main problem with this hotel is the management / owners, and their staff who were about as unwelcoming and unfriendly as I have seen anywhere. I did not see a single smile all week. Worse than that, the owners seem to have...

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Auckland Region, New Zealand
Reviewed 17 December 2011

I have stayed here three times for skiing, a week to 10 days each time. The hotel is very central to the town of Campitello, a 5-minute-walk to the gondola giving access to Col Rodella and the Sella Ronda, and a 5-minute free bus ride to the larger town of Canazei, or free ski bus access to ski areas in...

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Melbourne
Reviewed 19 March 2010

A very enjoyable base for a skiing holiday. Good spacious rooms, well serviced. Minor disadvantage was the hand held shower, but over a roomy bath. Mine host extremely helpful and willing, providing good food, both morning and evening. No English, but with a bit of Italian and German he provided a friendly, entertaining time. Location is central and superior to...

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 19 December 2008

Three of us were driving up to the Italian Alps without an agenda and didn't know where we'd stay for the night. When we entered this little town, we knew we wanted to stay there. As luck would have it, the Tobia was right across the street from where we were parked. I asked if they had a room for...

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Canberra
Reviewed 6 February 2007

Stayed in Campitello, at Hotel Tobia, which was OK but would go elsewhere next time. Some nice restaurants in Campitello - try La Cantinetta for the Stinco (pork) & the Mini restaurant. Masses of people skiing - & not high season, which was a disadvantage in that the pisting didn't last long on some runs (esp the men's downhill at...

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Address: Campitello di Fassa, Italy
Region: Italy > Trentino-Alto Adige > Province of Trento > Campitello di Fassa
Price Range: RM406 - RM664 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 103
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“Avoid the front-facing rooms, they can be noisy early morning as the snow clearers and refuse collectors go about their business.”
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