Hotel Teola is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Livigno, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Chiesa di Sant'Antonio (0.4 mi) and Chiesa di San Rocco (1.0 mi), guests of Hotel Teola can easily experience some of Livigno's most well known attractions.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Teola guests have access to a sun terrace, and you can stay connected with free wifi. You can also enjoy an on-site restaurant while staying at Hotel Teola. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel Teola.
If you like seafood restaurants, Hotel Teola is conveniently located near Il Cenacolo, Sushi & Italian Restaurant Larice, and DA DINO.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Mottolino Fun Mountain.
Enjoy your stay in Livigno!
Hotel Teola A solid two star hotel firmly planted in the 1970’s with an ambivalent and carefree management; and agent. There are positives to this hotel but not enough to make up for the poor customer service, terrible restaurant food and hotel amenities. The location is reasonable given the proximity to the Mottolino ski lift and bus routes however it is definitely not a ski in or ski out location. The hotel is not located alongside run despite what others might say. It’s possible to part walk, part ski to the Mottolino ski lift. From the bus stop the hotel is approximately 190 paces up a steep (1:3) hill to the main entrance. Likewise a steep walk down to the bus stop in boots carrying skis can be an uncomfortable experience on the toes. There is a family run store located below the bus stop. They have all the essentials and are very friendly. Their prices are goo too. My room was basic, very small and under the roof eves. I cracked my head on the ceiling so many times over the week and eventually drew blood. The shower cubical was very small. It was almost impossible for me to use. The gap between the sliding doors was one and a half toothbrush lengths. Not having a tape measure I had to improvise but on arriving home I can confirm the door gap was just 27cm wide. That’s less than the length of my forearm, elbow to wrist. It was a real squeeze for me and I could forget about bending over to wash my legs and feet. The hotel shower and had soap was very good. I understand that other rooms are more spacious and some have both baths and balconies. I guess we got the short straw. Despite a family booking not arriving there were no spare rooms available to move to! How is that possible? The room rooms was booked and paid for but they managed to re-sell the room and double their income with a “drop in”? Bizarre. This brings me on to the hot water issue. There was no hot water in the evenings. The management took four days to arrange a plumber to visit and even then the hot water in the evenings was hit or miss. Clearly other guests were experiencing the same issues and also raised their disappointment with the management while other guests appeared to be unaffected. The hotel operators most know their plumbing system and yet the management had nothing to say, other than to blame the other guests for using too much at the same time. We all appreciate that Italy is going through a tough time financially however the chronic under investment in hotel essentials such as hot water is unforgivable. The room included a small TV (60 plus channels with some in English, no BBC or Sky News etc) and a hair dryer. An improvised wardrobe was created due to the low ceiling height. There were three beds in our room. The beds and pillows were very comfortable. It took me some time to get the room temperature right but even then sometimes it was too warm and others, too cold. The wind blew through the window frames and under the bedroom door. The curtains failed to block out night-time flood light and the early morning day light. The Wi-Fi worked well most of the time. A little slow on occasions but I had no complaints. I was able to upload my photos, stream Netflix and do a little work. There were plenty of power sockets to plug into. The ski room is located in the basement garage. It’s not directly heated so boots needed to go up to the room to dry out overnight. The garage door provides access to the road up a slippery incline to the private road that serves the community. It’s a quiet location with no major traffic and club music noise. The local snowploughs woke me a few times but that’s a good thing right. The location is far enough away from the slopes not to be disturbed by the piste machines or snow cannons running throughout the night. The restaurant set out a reasonable breakfast however they had to get a second coffee machine as one was not quick enough resulting in a line to get coffee. I constantly had to ask the staff for simple things like cups, knives, bread. There was a selection of breads, cold meats and chesses, cerebral, Danishes and a warm offering of eggs and bacon or omelettes on request. Dinner times were disappointing affairs. The salad buffet was to a reasonable standard. The dinners that followed were to a very low standard, lacking flavour, presentation or warmth. The pasta was always “al dente” (slightly underdone), smothered is cheese, pesto or sauce. There were two “themed” nights. A “Neptune” night, seafood special and a local “Tyrolean” night both nights were terrible, with cold tasteless food being presented by grumpy staff who took no interest when half eaten plates of food were collected. So wasteful. I ordered a pork shin one evening, as did, many others. Made well this dish is delicious, the meat is slow roasted for 3-4 hours and the meat simply pulls apart and melts in your mouth. Not this time. The pork was bloody and raw, tough to cut and sent back to the kitchen immediately. No alternative was requested or offered. The chef must have been having a very bad week. The homemade Goulash was just a tough and sent back uneaten. Again the hotel management appeared to take a “so what” approach”. In fact the manager had every excuse in the book and played them well. This happens when you get a lot of practice but unfortunately there are too many lies being used as excuses. Not good enough. The house continued to suffer frequent power cuts in the kitchen resulting to staff sent running into the cellar to override the innocent circuit breaker. I guess this was easier to do than to fix whatever is causing the circuity to trip. On my last night the entire village of Livigno suffered a power cut. As I lay in bed wondering why it was so dark compared to previous nights and pondered how bright the stars might look. The view was stunning. Unfortunately the impromptu window viewing was interrupted by the fire alarm sounding 15 minutes later and the fire doors crashing closed. I got dressed and, in the dark, found my way to the hotel reception where upon I found my new friend, the hotel manager, pushing every button on the fire panel. The look of surprise on his face when he saw me at 01:30 on the day of departure was a picture. The first words out of his mouth are lies, “a guest must be smoking in their room” he said. A quick look at the fire panel tells me there’s no mains power, the battery backup is low and the system has gone into fault mode sounding the alarm. A quick check of the zone plan and a brief search for fire confirms a fault only situation Ten minutes later the mains power is restored and the fire alarm can be re-set. I know that the backup batteries are toast and need replacing the manager knows better. None of the fire doors are reset, even though the hotel employees have opened the doors but failed to close them behind them leaving the main staircase unprotected if there was ever a real fire. While the hotel is only a two star premises many guests would be willing to sacrifice some modern comforts provided the other elements of management, customer service, restaurant service was up to scratch. Reading some of the previous reviews for the hotel, especially “one time” reviews from people who have never posted before or since makes me suspicious about the authenticity of them. In summary Hotel Teola is a dated hotel which has been allowed to fall behind the times and a management system that has little or no control or desire to see things improve. There are better places to stay at this price. Why the UK tour operators continue to use this place is beyond me. Any Italians would simply take their business elsewhere. I hope you found my review helpful and if so please use the like button. If you’d like to ask me any questions about the hotel or the resort in general, please do. I’ll try to offer a quick reply.…
Ciao Teola tutti, I visited you the second week in januari 2019. Thank you Argentina for a good cleaning, Dani and Maria (long black hair) for a good serving of food, thank you for the hospitality and your kindness in reception! It was cold in the room, but the food was good and very nice personal! Bacci, grazie mille! CBO from Sweden
The staff is very helpful. Breakfast is one of the best ever eat. Rooms are small with small bathrooms, but the place has only 2 stars. Staff and services are around 4 stars. Very close to the bus station. I think is one of the best choice in Livigno. Good price for value.
stopped in this hotel for 1 night only as we need a short break. It is a 2 star only but better then many 3 star hotels I have been. Hotel has all the facilities needed and is walking distance from the centre of Livigno. Very close to the Mottolino cableway. There is no restaurant available during summer but there are many places for a meal at walking distance. Breakfast was rich and of good quality. The only issue we had was the door (room 111) that was not completely isolated and made noises whenever somebody was entering their rooms on the same corridor (nothing major). Will return in winter when going skying.
great stay and great experience ! the staff is very friendly and the meals are really great. the rooms look kinda old but cozy at the same time. great hotel. worth to try, both with family or alone ...