Livigno is not a typical small ski village. Public bus transport is well organized and also free of charge. The city center is a Via Plan where all shops, restaurants, bars and some hotels are located. You can easily find
a map of Livigno on the internet. There are many hotels to suit every taste / wallet but make yourself familiar with a particular hotel location to avoid disappointment. If you travel with kids or you are a beginner skier / snowboarder, there is a fantastic
place with many blue slopes near Via Ostaria, with great après ski area and kinder gardens. If you want to use the famous Carosello 3000 part of the mountain for most of your time, you should consider booking a hotel in Saroch area. If you want to use
both parts of the mountains – Mottolino and Carosello 3000 – and you would like to be in the centre of après ski world, you should consider a hotel in the city centre – Centro area i.e. Via Bondi, Pienz, Tagllieda, Crosal, Plan,
Ostaria. We booked Hotel Montanina located in the heart of Livigno – a walking distance from the Mottolino gondola and with bus stop only 200 m away for the hotel. The hotel is old and simple but we did not have any reservations about its cleanness or
amenities. Its staff was very friendly and did their best to communicate with us in English. They made our stay as pleasant as possible. I also like that vintage décor in the hotel. The Montanina offers good continental breakfast but we did not try
their restaurant for a dinner. Wi-Fi connection was very good. The hotel offers heated ski lockers but most of them can hold one snowboard only so ask for two standard or one big locker if available.