Looking for a place to stay in Ponte di Legno? Then look no further than Hotel Mirella, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Ponte di Legno to your doorstep.
Rooms at Hotel Mirella offer a minibar providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Mirella, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to Ristorante Pizzeria la Pergola, Ristorante Frigidolfo, or El Volt, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Mirella.
If you are interested in exploring Ponte di Legno, check out a park, such as Sozzine Park.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Mirella as you experience everything Ponte di Legno has to offer.
We stayed with a group of skiers at the end of January/beginning of February. The staff at the hotel were extremely helpful and the food was excellent with an extensive buffet each breakfast and dinner and a choice of courses at the table for dinner. Our room was a good size and very comfortable. It appeared that the hotel was family run with a tradition of repeat customers. Pointe Di Legno was a community with character in contrast to Passo Tonale which appeared more like a modern ski area. However Passo seemed to have the better skiing and short distances to the slopes. We would not have enjoyed the long walk in ski gear from Mirella to the lifts but having the hotel minibus available to take and collect guests made Mirella far preferable than Passo for us. We skied most days in Passo but it was worth the comfortable gondola ride to Passo each morning in order to stay at Mirella. At the end of the day we tended to ski back to Ponte using a convenient chair lift, though it was possible to download on the gondola from Passo. The gondola dropped us in Passo a small distance up the mountain and not at the base. This may not suit absolute beginners who would need to ski the short wide green/blue run down to the base. We would certainly be very happy to return to the Mirella.…
We came for a few days of skiing at the start of Feb. The hotel was extremely comfortable and has all the facilities you could want: a great restaurant, bar, indoor pool, sauna and steam rooms, parking, shuttle to slopes, etc! The staff were extremely friendly and couldn’t help more, and the food was stunning! Will definitely be back :)
Having visited and stayed at Hotel Mirella with work twice before I wanted to take my now wife to the resort so she could experience first class service, lovely romantic classic hotel and food that is truly amazing. The Bulferetti family are always available and make it their mission to meet and great every guest and are even seen serving when things are busy. We must mention one grey haired man with glasses who served us each morning and evening (I did not get his name) but he was so professional, attentive and nice, as are all t staff. Our stay was incredible. The hotel has an amazing wellness suite with 2 saunas and a very nice steam room. The pool is a great size and jacuzzi is great for families although not as hot as I like it. You are also just a 5-10 minute walk to passo tonale gondola and there are too many amazing restaurants and bars to mention. I would recommend this hotel and any of the Bulferetti group hotels and look forward to my next stay. Thank you.…
The hotel has OK rooms but is not what I would call 4 star anymore although the bathrooms were nicely renovated. The pool is large and well heated and the wellness area is very modern. Breakfast is not up to 4 star hotel standards but acceptable. Dinner is good, but not excellent. The abundant antipasti was really good. The ski shuttle mini bus is extremly practical as the hotel is some way from the ski slopes. The driver is very flexible and accomodating. On the negative side, the opening hours of the breakfast and dinner room are not really compatible with a Scandinavian family with children wanting to make most of the ski day. Our children were a slepp by the time the reastaurant opened in the evening and the meal was served. While we could have had breakfast earlier, had the restaurant been open. The main ingredient for breakfast is unfortunately bread. Surprisingly there was no Earl Grey tea during the full week, nor bananas, despite my asking both in the restaurant and the bar. Cereals on offer were for children, not really for adults. The Passo tonale ski resort is very nice and especially suited for beginners and children. With very small children wanting to learn to ski, I think that I would prefer one of the hotels next to Passo Tonale, that offer ski in, ski out rather than the shuttle and the gondola every morning. The Ponte di Legno ski area is suitable for good skiers, especially in the early morning when the pistes here are almost empty.…
Stayed in February on a group ski trip. Location poor as not near lift base (approx.2kms) totally reliant on hotel mini bus to access lift base and return. No "proper" ski/boot room just an unsecure store room in the garage. Bedrooms had rusty radiators, chipped enamel in bath, soap dish etc, beds felt like a springy camp bed, décor was depressing (dark brown room, dark red bed covers and battleship grey painted bathroom tiles). Overall the hotel was generally in a tatty condition. The gym, pool and jacucci were good and the evening dinner and service is this hotels best feature along with some friendly and helpful staff. I have stayed at many hotels in the alps and this is not a good ski hotel.