- The aptly named La Perla (‘The Pearl’) is clasped in the majestic ring of mountains known as the Sella massif, high in the Italian Dolomites. Justly recognized as one of the Leading Hotels of the World, it offers charming Ladin chalet-style rooms and even more charming Ladin hospitality.
- The Dolomites – a UNESCO World Heritage location.
- Nestled a quiet, cozy corner of Corvara village in this stunning landscape, is Hotel La Perla, a family-run property renowned worldwide for its distinctive approach to hospitality and to creating joyful and lasting guest relationships.
- In the Costa family’s fundamental values in running the hotel, the guest is very much the center of attention. Spacious and dreamy rooms exude style and sophistication. Warmth, respect, and etiquette are to the fore.
- Cuisine is a delight: four winter and five summer restaurants, including a one Michelin star, make for an amazing culinary experience.
- Mahatma is the celebrated wine cellar, a visit a must; while the indoor pool and Spa offer natural holistic treatments.
- Summer and winter seasons are as magnificent and different as one can imagine – the climate and recreation choices ensure an invigorating treat whatever one’s disposition.
- The hotel is located right next to the Dolomiti Superski area which has 1200 km of slopes and 450 lifts, in Alta Badia alone there are 132 km of slopes for skiing and snowboarding.
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We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Soar 300 feet in the air near the scenic San Vigilio di Marebbe village with Adrenaline Xtreme Adventures.
It’s a strenuous but rewarding hike to the peak of Mount Sass de Putia. Another option: stick to the mountain’s meadows of alpine roses.
Today it goes to the left, tomorrow it goes to the right: the Dolomites offer an incredible variety of slopes and all are connected by an amazing carousel that consists of pure pleasure.
In the hallways in front of the offices of the Casa, an exhibition tells the story of our own foundation and makes for a nice breeze of optimism – with African textiles, large-format photos, books hanging from the ceiling.
In the Bistrot we serve a menu dedicated exclusively to our cyclists, in our Spa we offer massages that relax muscles and relax body and then there is the Pinarello Lounge with the exhibition of the most beautiful bicycles, it is the meeting place of all our cycling friends.
One of the most beautiful mountain lakes of South Tyrol is surrounded by excellent opportunities for hiking and cross-country skiing; or just sip a glass of wine looking out at the Braies Dolomites.
A converted castle is the backdrop for exhibitions exploring the cultures of those who live in the world’s mountainous regions.
The majestic Sassongher mountain in Corvara affords a breathtaking view of the Val Badia valley, which includes the picturesque villages of Corvara, Colfosco, La Villa and San Leonardo.
Add a cultural element to your skiing and discover the instrumental part the Dolomites played in the First World War. This 80km ski tour is over 4 days and features fascinating remnants of the war combined with spectacular ski slopes and scenery.
Ski mountaineering in The Dolomites is usually a demanding activity and certainly not for beginners, however The Dolomites offer a ski touring experience with a difference that everyone can enjoy – the Sella Ronda circuit.
Situated in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites, Hotel La Perla is a wonderful ski in, ski out hotel in the charming village of Corvara in South Tyrol. A family run hotel that follows the traditional Ladin culture of hospitality, welcoming guests into their 52 rooms which have been designed in three different styles to reflect the character of South Tyrol. La Perla is a warm and welcoming hotel that gives a nod of respect to the history of the area and Ladin culture, this is evident in the reclaimed wood that is used throughout much of the hotel and the thoughtful touches in rooms such as old hats, walking sticks, latches, locks and teapots that are on show. The pretty village of Corvara is in an ideal position to join the Dolomiti Superski or the Sella Ronda ski area and is conveniently located so guests can ski straight back to the hotel.
The hotel offers a fabulous spa area with swimming pool and facilities such as saunas, Turkish baths, Kneipp and hydro massage as well as treatments from the spa professionals. Hotel La Perla prides itself on using local, seasonal, quality produce which is organic where possible and there are 5 dining options of different styles. The Michelin starred restaurant, La Stua de Michil, is under the charge of Nicola Laera and offers fine dining along with wines from the vast wine cellar. Other dining options includes Les Stues restaurant, a bistro, an Alpine Inn and the more relaxed affair of a tavern. For those who enjoy après ski, the nearby L’ Murin Inn offers a vibrant bar until the early hours or for a more relaxing coffee in the hotel’s fireside lounge is ideal.
Each of the 54 rooms has its own personality, but most feature lashings of Alpine wood, exotic wool rugs, decorative ceramics, and front-row views of the Dolomites’ towering spires. The spacious Romantik rooms have generous living areas, traditional Ladin stoves and balconies. Some have four-posters, others carved-wood beds. The Comfort and Standard rooms are deliciously cosy, in folksy Tyrolean style.
Comfort Double Room
The Comfort room can be arranged with a king size bed or with twin beds, with shower or bathtube.
The Romantik room can be arranged with king size bed or twin beds, with shower or bathtube.
Single room, 18SQM/194SQFT, Tyrolean style with shower. Some may have balcony on request.
Standard Double Room Tyrolean Style
The Standard Room can be arranged with kind size bed or twin beds, with shower or bathtube.
Chef Nicola Laera adds his own creative touch to Tyrolean traditions, both in the half-board restaurant, Les Stües, and in the Michelin-starred La Stüa de Michil. The half-board dinner is an excellent four-course set menu plus a buffet of antipasti, with daily choices from the local, Ladin menu or classic Italian dishes. The wine list reads like an epic poem, several verses of which are devoted to Ladinian wines. In-house sommelier Paolo Baraldi suggests suitable pairings. Upstairs, there’s the Bistrot for light lunches and snacks, and a bar for ‘aperitivi’, cocktails, and wee (or not-so-wee) tipples.
Bistrot La Perla
The Bistrot area is indeed special in that it is positioned close to the main bar. There are thirteen tables ideal for guests looking for a snack or a quick lunch. From early evening through midnight, the Bistrot comes alive with music and is the quintessential location to enjoy a cocktail.
The old village mill opposite the main hotel building is today a rustic tavern offering guests a selection of traditional dishes, some of which have taken on a legendary status, such as the bean soup and the sour baby ribs with aromatic herb potatoes.
La Stüa de Michil
The Stüa de Michil was first awarded a Michelin star back in 2002. The menu is distinctive in that it highlights and celebrates local produce in season, features produce selected with an acute awareness of its characteristics and benefits, as well as embraces fair trade products and bio ingredients of outstanding quality.
Les Stües is our half-board restaurant. Style and comfort are the distinctive features of the Stües where the Ladin tradition and decor will add to your eating experience. The tables are exquisitely set and the choice of floral arrangement, crystal, and general decor is a joy to behold.
Alpine Inn Ladinia
Ladinia represents the history of the village in many ways and stands proud in the sublime position it enjoys. The menu focuses on Alpine produce, local food taking pride of place in respect of mountain traditions and the wine list stands out for the inclusion of many small and distinctive wine cellars, mostly from South Tyrol.
Facilities include a labyrinthine wine-cellar, a basement spa with stone-paved indoor pool and water-spouting grotto, a beauty centre offering massages and natural holistic treatments and a Turkish bath and sauna.
The hotel offers a fabulous spa area with swimming pool and facilities such as saunas, Turkish baths, Kneipp and hydro massage as well as treatments from the spa professionals.
In the wellness center, guests are invited to unwind and to feel in harmony with their own bodies, assisting them via treatments and massages ideal for both physical and spiritual wellbeing. By incorporating methods and elements from around the world, guests may reach the ultimate goal of achieving a state of equilibrium. The range of skin beauty and health treatments is based on active ingredients such as grape, edelweiss and arnica, and the cosmetics that are produced in Corvara. Rounding out a spa experience, an invigorating day on the slopes, a healthy hike or a leisurely walk, guests can always enjoy the opportunity to simply relax in the pool.