Rooms & Suites
In full respect of the natural elements, the hotel has been refurbished and extended over the years and since summer 2010 has been offering even greater comfort and hospitality as the rooms have been renewed.
Ilda and Paoli are the pillars of this Ciasa or in dialect, house, both children of hoteliers who have handed down the tradition to their own three children Stefan, Robert e Monica. Ciasa Salares being family run means there is greater attention for the quality of their services, ensuring time and again their affectionate guests all their finest care and a superb welcome. Passionate enthusiasm, incessant research and belief in their profession are the driving forces behind the daily work and effort of this extraordinary family. Each new beginning brings energy and enthusiasm as each new summer and winter season brings something new to surprise their guests with.
Bar & restaurants
Style to warm the heart
The feeling of wellbeing that overcomes you in each and every corner of the rooms is born of the choice of natural materials which breathe and develop in time. There has been a great deal of research carried out regarding the woods used, as a kind of uniformity was sought among, pine, fir and larch, choosing special hand craft heat finishes so as to avoid all use of paint and varnish.
The fabrics, carpets and pictures follow this harmony with the boiserie or woodwork and paneling. The magnificent scenery the chalet is set in enters through the large picture windows, a great natural landscape which acts as a backdrop. All the furnishings have been studied and designed exclusively for the hotel and built by local artisans who worked closely and constantly with the owners to create this wonderful place.
To ensure deep sleep and sweet dreams special beds, mattresses and pillows have been selected for the ultimate in quality. A moderate mix of contemporary and traditional with warm colors and richly hand crafted cacessories make for an evolution of style which is simply heartwarming. Balconies or verandas regale views that are without doubt among the most spectacular in the world.
The superb Suite Salares measures 50 square meters and is spacious while the typical pine paneling and exclusive artisanal fabrics make the atmosphere even more unique, with the fragrant aroma of the local wood together and the unspoilt scenery visible from the large balcony.
La Siriola 1 Michelin Star
Savouring lunch or something tempting on one of the sunniest terraces in Alta Badia with its picture postcard scenery transports guest into a state of supreme wellbeing. Many of the dishes are of such a tempting nature that one quite naturally returns to the fun game of sharing. Love of local tradition and lands mean the menu is Ladino in style with four specialties grouped together that are part of Alpine culinary habits lo speck, the only cured meat and a fine point of pride with locals, served with horseradish and the special caraway bread pücia "i cajincì", ravioli filled with spinach and ricotta with melted butter and cheese Pork shin, a dish for special occasions with sauercraut and potatoes, produce of the local countrysideApple fritters, perhaps the only fruit all families can afford, dipped in batter and then fried.
Stefan’s wine cellar
This is a cellar in constant movement, with a surprising turnover of about 350 labels a year. It has been said of the Ristorante La Siriola and Ciasa Salares that you have to live both “upstairs and downstairs” in the sense that downstairs is far from being out of bounds, as it has always been possible for guests to visit the cellars, enjoy them, but also to admire and experience the amazing atmosphere and surroundings in the “downstairs”. mLines of larch wood on the left of the entrance guide us visually through three rooms lined with 21 thousand bottles and 1850 wines.
On local wood cut following the phases of the moon, entirely in line with the biodynamic philosophy used to vinify many of the products in the cellar, the owners invite their guests to taste the finest of wines from all over the world accompanied by similarly superb food products. “Downstairs” time seems to stop as one goes back over the years through the vintages marked on the bottles, losing all track of today’s reality with a 1928 Recioto by Bertani...
More fun in company When you share a dish it is more fun to eat it and the atmosphere becomes immediately more intimate and convivial. You tend to sit closer together as you enjoy something cooking in the center of the table. Instead of concentrating on one’s own plate, each diner shares the “caquelon” with the others . This is the traditional way to enjoy the ritual of the fondue chinoise
Michelin star awarded restaurant La Siriola
La Siriola is the “magic lark” of the Sassolungo legend, which enchants diners with its compelling notes.
Here the kitchen is constantly “in progress”, with tireless research and experimentation, sometimes quite daring forays into innovation, thanks to the 23 years of experience in the restaurant business. There has a naturally heavy accent placed on the importance of spontaneous harvest. A meeting of the “nomad harvester” with an authentic countryman who both not only observe and follow natural rhythms but reap the benefits of nature’s gifts and have deep knowledge of the arts of processing the crops and preserving them too. All this has inspired five extraordinary menus which are able to convey the message of the land here and the values of its traditions.
"La fibla dl mede” (a glossary of wild harvest), is given to the restaurant guests and is linked to the menus.
La Siriola is one of those rare international realities where all the dishes on the menu can be paired with a wine by the glass. The chef Matteo Metullio, young, dynamic and certainly on his way up is king in the kitchen, in the dining room, the Patron Stefan Wieser with Paolo Casti and their staff.
Chocolate Room: This is an extraordinary area where over 30 varieties of chocolate are displayed and there is a tasting lounge for a taste sensation after dinner.
Beauty SPA Vives: a place where to rediscover yourself, listen to your body, regenerate energies through special paths and relaxing treatments. The chromo-path that leads to the Beauty Spa Vives - red imperial cimbro, green bluish Etruria, yellow chrome and yellow of Naples – will prepare you for a relaxing experience.
The design has been conceived by Wilma Wieser, the architect Francesca Arra and Helmut Pizzinini, who also created the paintings, using only pure pigments and restoration techniques.
The sculptures in the relaxing area are in steel inox and are reproduced by a free hand sketch.
The furnishing complements are made on exclusive sketch by native artisan hands.