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Madonna Di Campiglia

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We are thinking of a trip in January but would like some help on a couple of questions,
The Cime D'Oro seems to fit the bill for accomodation but my girlfriend is a bit concerned about how far it is out of the center (for the bars and restuarants in the evening) has anyone any information on this please.
Also how is the skiing for beginners (second trip).
Any other information would be appreciated.
Thanks.
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Hi Steve.S, I have been to Madonna D. Camp. on 2 occasions although only for 1 day each time (on trip from Passo Tonale). I really enjoyed it - great range of runs for beginners and intermediates and good mountain restaurants. Sorry I can't help on the accommodation front.
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not much happens in the centre....we found a stube bar that got busy, there was a couple of night clubs but they didnt start till late.....too late for this old fart anyway!!!
Would very much recommend our hotel- Hotel Milano. MdC is a very pretty place well worth a visit.
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Thanks for your help, we are probably going to book something a little more central as it seems that once you have access to a lift its pretty much possible to get round all the slopes without needing a skibus.

Stephen.
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You need to be in town no doubt about it, there are plenty to choose from.
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I would recommend hotel Lorenzetti, 5-10 mins drive to the slopes (hotel free taxi service), slopes we're very good when I went in March this year, mainly Reds and Blues, very few Blacks.
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We've stayed at the Hotels Diana and Milano in MDC before and would recommend both
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buzz55 wrote:
I would recommend hotel Lorenzetti, 5-10 mins drive to the slopes (hotel free taxi service), slopes we're very good when I went in March this year, mainly Reds and Blues, very few Blacks.


The only real black in MdeC is Spinali - under the lift - the bottom half of which is rather steep and not often open. Howerver, MdeC is lift linked to Folgarida and Marilleva, and there are some good reds and a few good blacks over there.
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