Family Hotel Gran Baita

Strada Dolomites, 32, Pozza di Fassa, 38036

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Located in central Pozza Di Fassa, the Family Hotel Gran Baita boasts an ideal location, minutes away from several world-renowned ski runs. Rustic rooms feature private balconies with sweeping views of the Alpine mountains, satellite televisions, internet access, and writing desks. Family rooms sleep four, and kids will be delighted with the room’s colorful wall murals. The resort’s restaurant serves a mix of locally inspired and international dishes. A kid’s club and playground will keep young travelers entertained, and parents can entrust their children’s care to professional babysitters while they spend a leisurely day at the spa.

Our Editor Loves

  • The ski school
  • The game room
  • The entertainment staff

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Skiing

Family Amenities

  • Babysitting
  • Children Programs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Game Room
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining



by LesyaJ2

Took me 6 month to come back and write this review but I just wanted to share our experience.
This is an amazing hotel. Rooms are comfortable and warm. Kids soft play area and club keep kids entertained while adults can enjoy sauna, jacuzzi and steam room.
Very few days hotel does free happy hour in the downstairs lobby with wine and nibbles.
Everyday upon return from the slopes there are sweet and sour snacks for all.
There are a lot of slopes around to choose from. Few ski rental places around as well.
We had a hire car so getting around was easy and straight forward.
We loved this place and looking forward to go back again in Feb 2018.

Great for families, not so great for singles/couples

by World_Hiker_Dallas

We recently stayed at the 'family hotel' in Pozza di Fassa. First, know that family means there are kids EVERYWHERE! Even with ear plugs we could hear the kids in the hall, next door and above us running around. At breakfast, it was like a daycare center with kids everywhere. Now, don't get me wrong -- I am not anti-kid. You should just know what you are getting into. If it is me, I would rather have a smaller, more quaint hotel. On a positive note, the staff is very accommodating including the front desk -- we met a nice lady who lived in NYC and knows all the great restaurants in town. So if you stay here, you know you will have a great dinner, but don't count on getting a wink of sleep unless you love children and all the NOISE they bring!