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This tiny resort town in the Dolomites of northern Italy provides much more for tourists than its size would suggest. Historical attractions and natural beauty combine to make Canazei hotels an attractive option for anyone wanting an Italian adventure. At, we have collected together information about the resort's finest hotels. Each listing includes reviews by past visitors along with accurate ratings. Location maps tell you precisely how close to local sight and transport hubs your hotel would be. Photographs also show sample rooms, allowing you to make the right accommodation decision. So take the hassle out of find a place to sleep in Canazei, and book early with to enjoy big discounts with local hotels.

What's Canazei Like?

Canazei is a leading ski resort in the Dolomite Mountains, and also offers plenty of Summer vacation activities. This small town has much to offer lovers of the outdoors - with spectacular hiking trails and miles of ski runs in the vicinity. The town is used as a base by rock climbers heading to sites like Sassolungo, but it also has some exceptional historical sights like the Chiesetta della Madonna della Neve and the Chiesetta di San Floriano, both 16th century churches. However, natural beauty is the major attraction of Canzei. Climb to the summit of Mount Pordoi (or take the spectacular cable car to the top), spot the wildflowers of the Dolomites on Summer hikes or enjoy un-crowded ski runs during the Winter. More energetic visitors can also enjoy some superb mountain biking terrain, and bike hire is available in the town itself.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Canazei

Canazei is a tourist resort, so the locals will be geared up to welcome any visitors. Many of the people of the town will understand Italian or English, but a large proportion actually claim Ladin as their first language. Learn a few words of the local dialect and you will be an instant hit in the bars and restaurants of Canazei. Your new friends will no doubt make plenty of dining recommendations. So try local delicacies like apple strudel, ravioli stuffed with fresh local asparagus, or freshwater fish dishes. Have a walk around town as well, as some of Canazei's great attractions lie in its humble streets. The town is known for its frescoes - street art - and is small enough to see it all by foot. Local bars and hotels also put on live music events during the ski season, so check with your concierge to find out the best gigs on when you are staying. Then, just relax and have the best possible time with