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We stayed here with friends in March and absolutely loved it - the warmest of welcomes and the cosiest of hotel accomodation - this is an absolute gem of a hotel on the side of the piste. The restoration of this lovely old building has...More
Excellent restaurant - just off the piste back to the village from the top of the first bubble. Accessed either by walking from the lift (1/2 hr) but not easy if the snow has gone, or via a track off the piste.
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This is an ideal lunch destination on the slopes, a delicious and welcomed break from skiing. Do book a table in advance. There is a genuine family feel in the restaurant and wonderful dishes to choose from, especially from their dolci selection
Wonderful hidden gem. Away from it all but hugely convenient in/out skiing. Family run with great food and great service. Nothing too much trouble for Francesca and co. We have decided to book this year on year for the same week as an early season...More
Wonderful hotel, great location quite close to the cable car. Lovely Italian food and amazing staff - so friendly and accommodating.
Everyone was very helpful and friendly and the breakfast and evening meals were excellent,
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
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US$111 - US$224 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Is it a practical location in the winter if my wife doesn't ski?
26 May 2017|
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The only way in and out during the day is on skis so, if your wife is happy to relax in a beautiful but quiet location on the side of the piste, i'd recommend it. Practically, for non skiers I'd recommend looking for a... More
The only way in and out during the day is on skis so, if your wife is happy to relax in a beautiful but quiet location on the side of the piste, i'd recommend it. Practically, for non skiers I'd recommend looking for a hotel in the centre of a resort - sorry Frantze. :(
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"Our room had a small sitting area that was blasted with sun in the afternoon. It was quite lovely."