The Hotel Sas Morin, is finished in traditional Tyrolean style and is set in a privileged, peaceful location in the heart of Pozza.
It is surrounded by spectacular scenery and is just 50 metres from the ski bus stop.
This hotel currently scores 93% (excellent & very good) on Tripadvisor.
At a glance
Central village location
Free shuttle bus to Buffaure gondola
Wellness area with sauna and steam room
Bar, comfortable lounge and TV room
All rooms have a satellite TV, telephone, hairdryer and safe.
Twin Room - sleeps 2-3: Twin beds, extra single sofa bed when booked for three people, private shower, WC and balcony.
Food & Drink
3-course evening meals with choice of menu and salad buffet
Free half litre of water per person with evening meals
Weekly gala dinner
Sauna and steam room
Lounge and TV room
Free WiFi throughout
Free shuttle bus to Buffaure gondola approx. every 30 minutes from 8am to 10am
Safety standards for balconies and public walkways are different in Italy – the railings may be lower and they could have ornamental features you wouldn’t see in the UK or Ireland. Please take extra care on or around them, and make sure children aged under 12 years are always supervised.
Val di Fassa
Part of the Dolomiti Superski, the largest ski area in Europe.
Bustling, picturesque resort within stunning UNESCO-protected scenery.
Great selection of après bars on the mountain and dotted through the villages.
Val di Fassa is made up of 7 resorts, the most well known being Canazei, Campitello and Pozza di Fassa. They all surround the Sella Ronda, which is part of Dolomiti Superski, the largest ski area in Europe with 1,200km of piste. And it’s easy to access from all of the villages.
The pink, jagged peaks of the Sella Massif, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, create a large variety of red runs, making the Dolomites perfect for intermediate skiers. Beginners will feel more than comfortable skiing here too, with many low-gradient, confidence-building runs and nursery slopes.
Canazei has lots of Austrian-style après bars like the Stua dei Ladins and Montanara Bar, along with traditional restaurants such as the Kaiserstube. There are lots of good options on the mountain in general, serving pizzas, pasta and paninis as well as local mountain food, all at reasonable Italian prices.
Other things you can get up to in Val di Fassa include ice skating, bowling and cross-country skiing.
* Additional Charges
If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy.
Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £6 per person.
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