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For a long time I have wanted to visit Chamonix, reputed to be the Mecca for skiers. At only 90 mins from Geneva the transfer time is excellent.
Upon arrival at the hotel you can’t help be impressed with the charm and character of this...More
Lovely quaint old hotel in the middle of Chamonix. My idea of a hotel in the Alps. Limited parking on site due to some renovations but other parking not that far away.
Wonderful inside and outside bar for having a drink or eats. Had a...More
What a wonderful week at the Gustavia. Went over xmas hopeful but because of mixed reviews not expecting too much. Well, you can expect a great stay as the newly refurbished rooms are chic (floors a little noisy as solid wood), mountain views a treat,...More
I spent a week with my family in Chamonix over the Christmas holidays, and we chose the Gustavo's because it was much cheaper than its neighbours. We were initially worried about other reviews left previously, but if these were correct then the staff have done...More
Had a long lunch at the Langley Hotel Gustavia this afternoon. Incredible soup - but not sure how this reflects on the menu more broadly. Two great staff taking orders - but surrounded by disinterested and rude staff otherwise. The toilets at the hotel were...More
US$105 - US$237 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It depends: In the Mont-Blanc view rooms you will get a bit more light in the day and the view is nicer. We also have newly renovated double rooms on the 3rd and 4th floor which are a little more expensive but... More
It depends: In the Mont-Blanc view rooms you will get a bit more light in the day and the view is nicer. We also have newly renovated double rooms on the 3rd and 4th floor which are a little more expensive but you are further up so you have less noise from our après ski in the bar ( which is super nice live music but not always appreciated by guests who want to have a quiet evening. We hope this was of help for you. If you have any other questions please get back to us.
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"Get the rooms on the corner as it gives a great view of the bars across the street but I the other rooms..."