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    Cortina Dolomites b & b

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    Does anyone know of a good biker B & B in Cortina d'Ampezzo.

    With secure parking for bikes would be good also.

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards Rob.

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    Hotel Olympia

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    Stay in Arabba ,hotel Olympia ,garage ,beer and very good value.They do 1/2 board 48 Euro pp night.Stayed there June few weeks back.Recommended on this site and people where spot on.
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    Hi

    Ok that’s great ty so much.

    Regards Rob.

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    We stayed in Arabba a couple of years ago in Olympia, decent hotel with good underground garage

    Not too lively around town in the evenings though, depends what you're after

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    Stayed in hotel Pordoi in Arrabba for 5 night a couple of years ago.
    Was good value on 1/2 board.
    Underground parking with workshop facilities for the bikes.
    There's nowt going on around the place at night.

    Stayed in a b+b in Corvara another time,bit more life about the place.
    No secure parking but didn't feel it was neccesary.
    There was a trial bike parked against the house next door all week .

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    Hotel Evaldo in Arraba is very nice, with a pool and they used to have a jet wash for bikes.

    If you don't have to be in town then Hotel Al Forte a couple of miles up the road is also very nice, half board is good value with 3 course evening meal (plus salad bar) parts of the Hotel are a WW1 fort.

    The only issue is you need to get over the British Biker obsession of having secure parking as bikes sit outside, the two times I stayed we had about 40 bikes outside each night and they were all there the next day.

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    As said, cant fault Olympia or Al Forte.
    Olympia also used to own a couple of Chalets just 500mfurther up the hill. stayed in there first year they were built, nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strongbowed View Post
    Hi

    Does anyone know of a good biker B & B in Cortina....Thanks in advance.
    What do you mean by ‘a good biker B&B’?

    Most of the suggestions above, centre on Arabba, Arabba is about one hour or so from Cortina; useless if you really need to be in. Ortina. So, second question do you really need to be in Cortina itself?

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    Cortina Dolomites b & b


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    We stayed at the Villa Neve in the middle of Cortina in 2016.
    No idea if it was biker friendly as not got a clue what that’s supposed to mean but it was clean and had a garage for the bike.
    And it was in Cortina which is what the OP asked for rather than suggesting somewhere on a different time zone !
    It was also a hotel but it did breakfast and it had beds.
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