The Club Hotel Solaris 3 stars is located in Cesana Torinese, in the province of Turin, in the heart of the renowned Milky Way ski area, in the Susa Valley. Surrounded by the most spectacular peaks of Montgenèvre and Sestriere, it is the perfect place to enjoy the mountains all year round. During the winter season, it is served by more than 400 km of ski slopes. During the summer it offers numerous routes for trekking or cycling, and is famous for its rafting!
Our Club Hotel Solaris is just 150 metres from the ski lifts that give access to the Monti della Luna Ski Area and connect Cesana with Sansicario and from there to the entire Milky Way. Both areas allow our guests to benefit from hundreds of kilometres of pistes and splendid routes, among forests of larch and spruce.
Just over 350 metres away is the historic village of Cesana Torinese. Its centre based around the parish church and the outer area focused on a pedestrian street lined with nineteenth-century palaces and fashion stores.
Here you can enjoy Piedmontese hospitality, a welcoming atmosphere and Alpine style: wood and good taste give Club Hotel Solaris a warm and natural feel. You’ll be pleasantly pampered by the warmth of a traditional wood-burning stove in winter and by the fresh breeze on summer evenings, sitting comfortably on the large open-air terrace in front of the hotel.
The Bar area next to Reception features soft, inviting armchairs for relaxing after a hard day of skiing or trekking. Our expert bar tenders can advise you on the best local famous wines, great aperitifs and delicious cocktails, always accompanied by appetising snacks.
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At 1354 metres, Cesana has excellent connections to all the other Ski Areas of the Milky Way. The village's origins date back to the early Middle Ages. Cesana Torinese was also one of the event venues for the Turin Winter Olympics in 2006.