Hotel Cime Bianche

The Hotel Cime Bianche is a friendly and welcoming three star hotel in a ski in/out location, situated above the bottom station.

The rooms are simply decorated and there is a great terrace for sitting out at. The restaurant is very good and the food well recommended. You can expect a buffet style breakfast with brioche, eggs, cold cuts and cheeses, as well as eggs, cereals etc.

The hotel has a large private car park where you can leave your car for the whole holiday, there are also some parking spaces available in the covered garage.

The hotel offers a shuttle service so that if you arrive by transfer, the hotel will bring you up to the hotel from near the church.

A great option if you you want quick access to the slopes, with good food and a warm welcome.


The hotel has 13 recently renovated rooms including 2 junior suites, 9 double rooms and 2 single rooms

Standard Double
Family Room


Ski & Boot Room
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Small Groups
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Good to know

Nearest Airport: Turin Caselle
0 minutes transfer time
0km to best Ski Lift

About Cervinia

With access to Europe’s highest lifts, Breuil-Cervinia has one of the best snow records in Italy.

Located at the head of a long valley leading off the Aosta Valley, this high-altitude ski area links with both Valtournenche, and Zermatt in Switzerland, offering 350km of pistes overall.

The abundance of great cruising runs here are particularly good for beginners and intermediates.

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