Four generations of the Wieser family have nurtured Ciasa Salares since the 1930s, with an emphasis on food and warm Tyrolean hospitality that shines throughout. To wit, its spectacular cellar might be 1,800 vintages strong and its restaurant twice Michelin-starred, but nonno Paoli is ever on hand to illuminate gourmands about the region’s finest speck, and nonna Hilda to tour and taste her herb garden.
Ciasa Salares is ideal for snow sport enthusiasts, and a formidable destination in itself for ultimate relaxation – all local wood with contemporary élan. Alta Badia, nestled in the northern Val Badia, is home to the Ladin people: an ethnic group that has kept its own Romance language and traditions alive in the remotest regions since the Romans conquered the Alps around 15 BC. Ensconced by the fireside, the hotel offers guests the opportunity to learn something of Ladin history. Named after the salt given to herds that grazed here, this is a true ciasa from ciasa.
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