Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges is a 4-star aparthotel in the Ladin village of Lungiarü (Longiarù in Italian, Campill in German) in the Dolomites. Lungiarü is located in a side-valley of Val Badia, which leads into the heart of Puez-Odle Nature Park.

Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges is an ideal accommodation if you’re looking for a peaceful, flexible (self-catering), and comfortable base in the Dolomites, far from the madding crowd.

It’s also a perfect place to stay if you’re revisiting the Dolomites and you want to explore lesser-known areas and avoid the main tourist centers (e.g. Cortina d’Ampezzo, Ortisei). 

Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges offers 12 modern, self-catering apartments, a wellness area (2 saunas, whirlpool, and relaxation room), breakfast, and garage parking.


Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges: Secret Aparthotel in Lungiarü, Dolomites

Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges terrace, Lungiarü Campil, Dolomites
  • Where: Longiarù, Val Badia, South Tyrol, Italy 
  • Number of Rooms: 12 suites with well-equipped kitchens 
  • Dining: Breakfast only 
  • Hotel Facilities: Wellness area (ages 16+), garage parking, and lounge bar (until 8 pm)
  • Room Amenities: TV, refrigerator, dish washer, and induction stove.
  • Family-Friendly: No. This accommodation is appropriate for couples, or families with adult children (16+).
  • Smoking: Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges is a non-smoking hotel. 
  • Parking: Free garage parking
  • Closest Airport: Bolzano Airport, Innsbruck Airport, or Venice Marco Polo Airport.
  • Where to Book: Booking.com

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The Location

Lungiarü Village, Italian Dolomites

The Ladin village of Lungiarü is located in a side-valley of Val Badia, near San Martino in Badia (St. Martin in Thurn), San Vigilio (St. Vigil), and Badia (Abtei).

Longiarù Valley, or Campill Valley, stretches from San Martino in Badia (St. Martin in Thurn) to the foot of the Puez-Odle mountains. 

If you visit in summer and autumn, you can hike to Ütia Ciampcios, Forcella Medalghes/Kreuzjoch, Rifugio Genova/Schlüterhütte, Sass de Putia/Peitlerkofel, Ütia Vaciara, and Crep dales Dodesc (Antersasc). Kreuzjoch is one of the mountain passes that link Val di Funes with Longiarù valley, and thus Val Badia. 

If you’re visiting in winter, there are several winter walks, snow-shoe-hikes, and ski tours in the area.

Winter Walks: Longiarù to Val di Murins, San Martino across Lovara.

Ski Tours: Antersasc, Fanes Pasture, Fodara Vedla and the Senes Pastures, Puez Peak across Antersasc, and Col di Poma/Zendleser Kofel. 

You can learn about all the suggested routes on the Les Dolomites guest website. 

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Check-in and Welcome Drink

Coffee on the terrace of Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges, Longiarù Lungiarü

We notified Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges of our arrival time via Booking.com. Check-in was effortless. The owner invited us to a coffee on the terrace, while he took care of the logistical side of checking us in (passport details, etc…). 

Rooms are available starting at 2 pm. 


The Suites of Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges

Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges Suite with Kitchen

We stayed in the 3 Zinnen Suite with its own patio/grassy area, furnished with patio chairs and lounge chairs. 

The suite entrance area is well-appointed with a bench, wardrobe hooks, and mirror. It’s a convenient place to take off and store shoes as well as heavy jackets and backpacks.

The living space comprises a dining table, with a bench and two chairs, a sofa, TV, wardrobe, and a well-equipped kitchen.

The sleek kitchen features very nice appliances, including a refrigerator, dish washer, and induction stove.

Well-equipped kitchen, Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges aparthotel, Dolomites

It’s equipped with all necessities, including a DeLonghi coffee machine with coffee capsules, water cooker and teas, cooking utensils, knives, dishwashing capsules/tabs, garbage bags, 4 wine glasses, espresso cups, tea cups, water glasses, plates, cutting board, 3 pots of varying sizes, pasta drainer, pitcher, cheese grater, can opener, and wine opener.

The bathroom sports a walk-in shower, toilet,  bidet, and Not just Body Care (notjustbodycare.com) cosmetics. 

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Wellness and Spa Area

Outdoor whirlpool of Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges, Lungiarü, South Tyrol

The wellness area is made-up of a steam sauna, Finnish sauna, outdoor whirlpool, showers, and relaxation room with three hay beds and several lounge chairs. 

Tea, lemon-infused water, and spa snacks are provided. 

Use of the wellness space is complimentary for all guests (ages 16+) between 4 pm and 8 pm. 

You’ll find a spa bag with bathrobes in your suite. 

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Breakfast

Breakfast room of Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges, Lungiarü, Dolomites

A lovely breakfast buffet is laid out between 7:30 am – 10 am. You can eat inside, or on the terrace.  

Additionally, omelets, scrambled eggs, and other egg dishes are fulfilled on a made-to-order basis. 


Service and Staff

Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges in Lungiarü, bergsteiger village

During our stay, we mostly interacted with the owner of Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges, who is an interesting, down-to-earth, and well-traveled local.

All the areas and facilities of the hotel are regularly cleaned and in excellent condition. 


Final Thoughts 

Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges meadow view

Les Dolomites Mountain Lodges is a relaxing place to unwind and take it easy. We loved the idyllic location and the overall vibe of the hotel. We’re eager to return. 

Though the aparthotel doesn’t have an on-site restaurant, there are a few dining options in town. 

Given the location, we think it’s best to stay here if you’re traveling with a rental car.

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Dolomites Trip Planning Essentials

Use our Dolomites Travel Guide and our  Dolomites blog archive to plan an unforgettable trip to northeastern Italy.


When to Visit the Dolomites

Winter Season. For skiing and winter activities, the best time to visit is between mid/late December and March.

Summer and Fall Seasons. The best time to road trip and hike in the Dolomites is between mid-June and mid-September. If the weather is stable, the hiking season can easily continue until late October. Unlike other regions in the Dolomites, Alpe di Siusi and Val Gardena enjoy a longer summer season. It can start as early as end of May and end as late as early November. Read Next:


How to Get to the Dolomites

Read How to Get to the Dolomites to find out how to travel to the Dolomites from the closest airports, train stations, and bus terminals.

If you’re traveling without a car, also check out How to Visit the Dolomites Without a Car


Car Rental

The easiest way to travel between hiking destinations in the Italian Dolomites is with your own car. Check out our itineraries for trip inspiration:

We recommend using the Discovercars.com car rental reservation platform to search for and book car rentals. This easy-to-use booking platform compares car rental deals from 500+ trusted providers, so that you can choose the best option for your trip.

Tip: If you can only drive automatic transmission cars, as opposed to manual transmission cars (stick shift), book your car rental as early as possible.

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Best Places to Stay

Figuring out where to stay in the Dolomites is probably the biggest hurdle to planning a trip to the Dolomites. We’ve created three guides to help you decide where to stay:

We suggest choosing 2-4 bases for your Dolomites trip and spending 2-4 nights in each base.


What to See & Do

During your trip to the Dolomites, you can go via ferrata climbing, culinary hiking, hut to hut hiking, cycling, paragliding, and so much more. We’ve highlighted our favorite experiences in Best Things to Do in the Dolomites.

Wherever you decide to stay, you’ll be surrounded by glorious mountain scenery and incredible natural landmarks.

In Best Places to Visit in the Dolomites, we’ve outlined the most iconic attractions as well as lesser-known destinations across the Dolomites, including Alpe di Siusi, Lago di Braies, Prato Piazza, Val Fiscalina, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Lago di Sorapis, Lago Federa, Seceda, Baita Segantini, and the Adolf Munkel Trail to Geiserlalm, and Cadini di Misurina.


Dolomites Hiking Guides

Hiking in the Dolomites is our passion. Year after year, we love discovering new trails and expanding our knowledge of the area. For day hiking, check out Best Day Hikes in the Dolomites. For trekking, take a look at our guide to Hut to Hut Hiking in the Dolomites and Alta Via 1.

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Recommended Hiking Guidebook: Cicerone Guide: Shorter Walks in the Dolomites


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