As you step out into the balcony of your room with view and you gaze at the gorgeous valley around you, you will know that you have picked the right hotel for your stay in Cortina d’Ampezzo. Hotel Columbia is very centrally located. It is easily reached by city bus (the bus stop is 50 meters away) or by a short 700-meter stroll.
Our hotel is ideally located near the ski lifts of the Tofane Mountains and the famous ski slopes that host the Ski World Cup. The Ski-bus stops 50 meters away from the hotel to conveniently take visitors to the other ski resorts. This service is free for Sky-Pass holders.
During the summer, the "Freccia Nel Cielo" cable car, which provides winter connections between the ski slopes and the World Cup on the Tofane mountains, leads to fantastic mountain bike trails, evocative iron ways, lodges and breathtaking panoramas of the Tofana di Mezzo, the highest peak in Cortina, towering 3,243 meters.
The Tennis Country Club is located near the hotel: it features outdoor and indoor courts.
If you are staying at the 3-star Hotel Columbia for conference tourism or for an event, you will appreciate how convenient it is to the multipurpose meeting center of Cortina.
Hotel Columbia in Cortina d’Ampezzo is located only 15 kilometers away from Passo Falzarego on SS48. This Dolomites mountain pass, also famous as a leg of the cycling Tour of Italy, is a popular destination for enthusiasts of cycling tourism, climbing and hiking, for families that enjoy active vacations and for those seeking to catch a glimpse of the extraordinary sunrises and sunsets from atop a mountain lodge.
This uncontaminated area leads to countless hiking possibilities, also thanks to the modern lifts: the spectacular Lagazuoi Cable Car transports visitors to the homonymous mountain, to an elevation of 2800 meters, an area extremely interesting for its nature and history. The open-air museum of Lagazuoi-Passo Falzarego effectively highlights the distressing contrast between the beauty of the locale and the tragic events of the Great War.