Chalet Verena, Corvara
A popular hosted chalet in the centre of Corvara
- Warm hospitality, fantastic views from a tranquil location, excellent food and good company
- Attractive en suite bedrooms, sociable dinners
- Rely on the local knowledge of our Ski hosts and organisers
Chalet Verena provides modern and comfortable accommodation with eleven delightful en suite double bedrooms. It is just yards from a wooden bridge that crosses the river to the ski lifts and a stone’s throw away from the village centre with its cafes, bars, shops, ice rink and more. Nestled spectacularly under the vast and dramatic walls of the Sella massif, Corvara is a beautiful alpine resort for skiers, snowshoers and winter walkers. Chalet Verena has a prime location just a few yards away from the village centre.
Centrally located in Corvara, Chalet Verena is 350 metres from the pistes and lifts and is also directly on the Sella Ronda. You can take the Col Alt chairlift up onto the Pralongià Plateau where intermediate skiers will thrive. The Pralongià Plateau is a labyrinth of gentle pistes interspersed with quaint and hospitable mountain huts, each with sensational views and excellent food which is refreshingly cheaply priced. Certain runs on this plateau snake back down to Corvara, the largest and most vibrant resort in the Alta Badia and a superb launchpad for the many jewels of Dolomiti Superski. Chalet Verena is suitable for Skiers, Snowshoers and Self Guided Winter Walking.
- 350m from the piste and gondola
- Excellent 3 course evening meals
- Complimentary wine with dinner
- Continental breakfast
- En suite bedrooms
- Bar & Dining Room
- For skiers & snowshoers
- WIFI Internet
- Sunday to Sunday
Chalet Verena – Corvara
Perfect Village Location
We run Chalet Verena ourselves, so you can be sure of the highest levels of hospitality in a home from home atmosphere. Each evening (except Thursdays) our chalet hosts serve an appetising 3 course dinner with wine. After dinner guests linger around the dining table, enjoying the company of like-minded people, or drift over to the comfortable lounge area to play a game or read a book.
Bedrooms here are large and comfortable and all have en suite bathrooms. Each of the beds are ‘Austrian Twins’ (two single beds in a double frame) and all have a pull out single bed perfect for a third person.
Evenings in Chalet Verena – Office Hour & Dinner
We hold Office Hour in the dining room at Chalet Verena, every evening (not Thursday) between 6 and 7pm. Here you can chat with our hosts about organised ski and snowshoeing itineraries for the following day, or pore over piste maps to create your own self guided itineraries… or simply enjoy a sociable drink in the company of other like-minded guests.
At dinner, the atmosphere around the table is informal and it is easy to unwind: people with largely common interests (and inspired by a beautiful day in the mountains) talk and laugh over good food and drink until well after coffee has been served. Over the years we have regularly been overwhelmed by the heartwarming and friendly atmosphere that prevails in our chalets. Frankly, it is a delight to witness the friendships that are built on these chalet holidays. Goodbyes amongst guests and hosts are often quite emotional!
You can stay in Chalet Verena on a halfboard basis with airport transfers from Venice Marco Polo or Venice Treviso Airports included (or book a transfer from Innsbruck at £45 return).
The Spa at Hotel Arkadia
Guests staying at Chalet Verena can use the wellness facilities at Hotel Arkadia for €20 pp from 6pm – 9pm. The wellness suite includes a Jacuzzi, several different saunas and steam rooms and a relaxation rooms. Massages and other treatments are also available at an additional cost.
Customer Reviews & Testimonials
Best Chalet Holiday for ages ( tho we are usually self caterers with a large family)...
Don't think we saw the on line handbook, but UK staff dealt with everything fine on the telephone, also reserved accommodation for 24h while we sorted flights, which was very helpful. Food was outstanding. We liked the lack of uniforms, and the way that some staff were able to sit & eat with us each evening. No fire or focal sitting area to accommodate everyone, although the bar seemed to be the major gathering point! One comment about the wine, which was a bit bland & the same every night – a pity, since the Alto Adige produces some great wines. I realise price is a big factor, and introducing "premium wines" to buy is against the spirit of a shared holiday, but maybe there could be some variation. How about a wine tasting instead of the cocktail night !! Saw your advert in the Big Issue Manchester, thought you must either be excellent or dreadful !!
Been to Dolomites before & wanted to stay in Corvara.