Close to the resort centre, this traditional hotel is popular with groups
- Half Board
- Great location
- Lifts and slopes are approx. 6 minutes walk
- Variety of shops and restaurants
- Single rooms at no supplement all season
The perfect place to relax after a day on the slopes, the Grand Hotel Sestriere offers unique Wine Therapy wellness treatments, as well as having a wellness spa area. The hotel is ideally located in the centre of resort and is just 10 minutes' walk to the ski lifts. The Grand also boasts the largest choice of wine in the Susa Valley, all held in the hotel's impressive wine cellar.
Special Deals Available
- in resort centre
- 10 minutes' walk to the lifts
- 15-minute walk to the ski school meeting point
All rooms have a satellite TV, free WiFi, telephone, hairdryer and safe.
Twin room - sleeps 1-2: twin beds, private bath, shower, WC and mountain view.
Twin room - sleeps 2-3: twin beds, extra single sofa bed when booked for three people, private bath, shower, WC and balcony.
Cots are available to hire for €10 per night. Please request at time of booking. Charge is payable locally with hotelier and prices are subject to change.
- dining room
- wine cellar with over 1,500 types of wine
- extra charge for à la carte restaurant
- new Il Ciabot del VIn wine bar with wine tasting
- free WiFi
- lobby bar with open fire
- steam room
- extra charge for massage
- extra charge for spa centre with the hotel's unique Wine Therapy Treatments
- TV room
- ski room
- shuttle service to slopes available on request
- hot and cold buffet breakfast
- 4-course buffet evening meals
- Christmas Day and New Year's Eve gala dinners included
Most probably the best resort in the Milky Way, Sestriere was the first purpose-built village in the Alps. It hosted the 1997 World Championships and ran many of the races at the 2006 Turin Olympic Games. Because it's at high altitude, there is top-class snow, supported by widespread snowmaking. All levels of skier should find something to sink their teeth into. There is steep terrain and off-piste for advanced skiers, great scope for intermediates and good facilities for beginners. This is all supported by a continually improving lift system, which only gets overloaded at weekends and on major holidays.
The resort itself is not overly attractive, as opposed to the stunning scenery around, but it does have everything you need off-snow: plenty for non-skiers to do, a good range of restaurants, mainly hotel-based accommodation and up-tempo nightlife at the weekends, which caters to the Italian brigades up from Turin and Milan.
Overall, Sestriere is a surprisingly good value resort, considering its renown. It's also an excellent base for exploring the Milky Way, with its own all-ability pistes to satisfy everyone. Ignoring the less-than-heavenly architecture, this is one of the best Italian resorts.