Each LVH luxury vacation home in Cortina d'Ampezzo is carefully curated with unrivaled amenities and unparalleled service to exceed our guests' expectations. LVH is the only super home chartering and luxury lifestyle management membership created for the world’s elite that brings together a collective of trusted homeowners and guests who share a passion for refinement, elegance, and elevated human experiences. With public and private elite homes in Cortina d'Ampezzo, endless possibilities await the most discerning guests.
Every detail of your stay has been meticulously considered; each luxury home has a dedicated on-site team, including a steward, housekeeping staff, and field manager.
To further elevate your stay, we offer additional services that include an on-site chef, pre-arranged chartered flights and yachts, access to exclusive establishments and events, and tailored experience packages.
Cortina d'Ampezzo, otherwise known as the "Queen of the Dolomites," is the purest expression of Italian alpine beauty. Sheer cliff faces and jagged peaks offer up a spectacular backdrop to a charming village bursting with Italian charm and cosmopolitan comforts. Grand hotels and luxurious chalets dot the landscape, showcasing exquisite craftsmanship and a fairytale setting. The natural surroundings of Cortina d'Ampezzo are truly captivating, with majestic mountain peaks, lush valleys, and crystal-clear lakes. The Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site, offers a picturesque backdrop for outdoor activities and exploration. The town itself is known for its upscale shopping boutiques, high-end restaurants, and exclusive nightlife venues. Cortina d'Ampezzo also hosts a range of seasonal attractions, including skiing and snowboarding in winter, hiking and mountain biking in summer, and cultural events throughout the year. Serene and idyllic with an illustrious aristocratic heritage, Cortina is a wondrous bastion of health tourism, winter sports, and luxury resorts. As the host of the upcoming 2026 Winter Olympics, the buzz around this gorgeous resort town builds with each passing day.
The dedicated LVH team ensures the ultimate in service and satisfaction are provided to all guests throughout their entire stay on Cortina d’Ampezzo. LVH can arrange for private chefs, private jets, exotic cars, and anything else guests require to make their Cortina d’Ampezzo vacation stay remarkable.
Luxury home rentals, with full services and support, can be arranged to accommodate groups of varying sizes and are ideal for lavish events. A wide roster of specially curated properties makes up the lists of the world’s most exquisite vacation estates. No matter your chosen destination, when you are seeking the best homes, you have the most elite selection from which to choose when booking your stay with LVH.
While the town is a destination in and of itself, Cortina d'Ampezzo offers a fantastic portal into some of Italy's most idyllic villages and majestic landscapes. Charming villages like San Vito di Cadore and Calalzo di Cadore provide visitors with a glimpse into authentic local life, while the upscale resort areas of Misurina and Auronzo di Cadore resound with prestige and elite luxury amenities. Soak in the timeless romance of Italian Alpine living in the time-forgotten communes of San Cassiano, Arraba, and Sesto. Whether you're seeking total seclusion or privileged access to the Dolomites, Cortina d'Ampezzo peripheral towns and villages leave nothing to be desired for those swept up in the romance of pastoral Italian living. Between picturesque areas and premier amenities, here are Belluno province's must-visit destinations: San Cassiano, Arabba, San Vigilio di Marebbe, Sesto, and Dobbiaco.
The center of the Italian skiing world and the beating heart of the Dolomites, Cortina d'Ampezzo is a veritable haven for powder seekers. Explore 75 miles of groomed slopes spanning challenging couloirs and plenty of beginner pistes. A fantastic diversity of trails catering to a variety of skill levels and preferences. Renowned ski runs like the Olympia delle Tofane, used for World Cup races, provide a thrilling challenge for advanced skiers, showcasing their skills on a legendary course. For those seeking family-friendly runs, the Faloria-Cristallo-Mietres ski area offers a range of gentle slopes and dedicated learning zones, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for children. Additionally, Cortina d'Ampezzo's ski areas provide opportunities for daring athletic runs, such as the Hidden Valley, a scenic and exhilarating descent through untouched snowfields and forested terrain. With a wealth of ski lifts, well-groomed slopes, and snowmaking facilities, Cortina d'Ampezzo ensures optimal skiing conditions amongst dramatic peaks that never fail to leave visitors breathless. A world of snowbound adventure awaits between the following ski regions: Faloria-Cristallo-Mietres, Tofana, Lagazuoi-5 Torri, Cinque Torri, and Cortina Cube.
Cortina d'Ampezzo offers a fine dining scene that caters to the discerning palates of luxury travelers. What makes Cortina d'Ampezzo's culinary offering so unique is its fusion of Italian flavors with Alpine influences, resulting in a delightful gastronomic experience. A star-studded portfolio of high-concept and elite Michelin-starred dining options has been known to entice the world's most discerning palates to the Dolomites. Options such as Tivoli and Il Meloncino showcase the pinnacle of culinary artistry bolstered by innovative menus and impeccable service. Savor the Alpine terroir with signature dishes concocted from the finest local mountain herbs, game meats, and cheeses. Whether you're indulging in a ceremonial dinner or a casual lunch, you can never go wrong with the timeless pleasures of the canederli, Casunziei all'Ampezzana, or frittele di ricotta. The dining ambiances in Cortina d'Ampezzo are as remarkable as the cuisine, with many restaurants offering cozy interiors adorned with rustic Alpine decor and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Whether indulging in gourmet delicacies or savoring traditional dishes, Cortina d'Ampezzo's fine dining scene promises a culinary journey that harmoniously blends elegance, flavors, and the stunning natural beauty of the Dolomites. Discerning gastronomes will find a welcome home at the following upscale restaurants: Tivoli, SanBrite, St. Hubertus, La Stua di Michil, Tilia, Bistrot La Perla, Porcino, L'Osti, Burje 1968, and Wine Bar & Grill.
Cortina d'Ampezzo's reputation as Italy's most prestigious winter destination is reflected in its fantastic après-ski scene. Get whisked in the romance of Cortina's passeggiata lined with cozy restaurants and top-notch bars after a busy day on the slopes. Among the revered apres-ski bars is Enoteca Baita Pie Tofana, where connoisseurs can indulge in a wide selection of fine wines, complemented by delectable Italian delicacies and savory cheese plates. Speakeasy sophistication awaits at the cosmopolitan Lounge Bar Acquabona, where custom cocktails will have the hours fly by. For those seeking refined dining, El Toula offers an exquisite gastronomic experience in a mountain chalet setting, pairing well with a library of exceptional vintages. Unwind, socialize, and rejuvenate at Cortina's top luxury apres-ski locales: Enoteca Baita Pie Tofana, El Toula, Lounge Bar Acquabona, and the Hotel Rosa Alpina Wine Bar.