A great located hotel, literally footsteps to Chamonix's shops, bars and town attractions!
- Half Board
- Central Resort Location
- All Rooms with Satellite TV, WiFi and Hairdryer
- Excellent Après Ski
- Wi-fi Available
Hotel Gustavia is located in a historic building, dating back to 1890, situated bang opposite Chamonix's main train station and close to a wide variety of bars and restaurants near the historic centre of Chamonix Mont-Blanc. The hotel has its own restaurant and is also home to the hugely popular & lively après-ski bar Chambre 9, which is often bursting at the seams after skiing.
Short Stay Breaks Available
- Central resort location
- opposite SNCF train station
- 12 minutes walk to the Brevent ski lift
- shuttle bus stop to ski bus network outside of hotel
RoomsAll rooms have satellite TV, WiFi and hairdryer.
Twin room - sleeps 2-3: Twin beds, private shower and WC.
Superior twin room - sleeps 2: Twin beds, private shower and WC.
Superior twin room - sleeps 2-3: Twin beds, extra bed, private shower and WC.
- Relaxed, informal hotel
- home to Chambre Neuf Bar
- continental buffet breakfast with a hot option
- 3-course set-menu evening meals
- Christmas gala dinners with a traditional Swedish dinner on Christmas Eve, and a turkey and Christmas pudding dinner on Christmas day
- New Years gala dinner with a 4-course meal (starter, fish, meat and dessert), a welcome glass of sparkling wine, red and white wine served with dinner, and sparkling wine at midnight
- Evening meals are a set menu but can be changed if you have food allergies or are a vegetarian
- The bar can be loud during après evenings
Chamonix is one of the French Alps' flagship resorts, one of its busiest hubs and has some of the best, most challenging skiing too. An expert's paradise, with extensive lift-served off-piste runs including the iconic Vallée Blanche, and some serious high altitude runs at Grands Montets and Brévent. At busy times, you can barely move around central Chamonix for all of the huge off-piste skis, serious looking backpacks and rugged mountain guides.
Chamonix can work for beginners and intermediates too though, you just need to know where to look. Le Tour and Les Houches both offer gentle terrain and tree-lined pistes where you can shelter if the weather closes in. However, you've got to understand Chamonix as it won't suit everyone. It's split into 5 distinct and very seperate ski areas and you will need to use the Chamonix Valley transport system to do the whole thing justice. Le Tour and Les Houches for example are at opposite ends of the valley, nearly 20km apart. The bus and train services are excellent, but having to travel between ski areas isn't every beginner's cup of tea.
The more adventurous will also find that Courmayeur in Italy and even Verbier in Switzerland are accessible for a day trip from Chamonix.
Chamonix is one of the finest ski resorts in the French Alps and offers something for everyone. You must be prepared to put in the effort to get the most out of Chamonix, but if you are then you will find a wealth of Alpine experiences that will have you coming back for years to come.
Chamonix ski resort
Chamonix is a large, bustling town in its own right. Totally different to the purpose built resorts on offer elsewhere in the region. It has a large year-round population and the resort amenities are like no other. The large pedestrianised centre offers a huge choice of shops, bar restaurants and nightclubs. There's even a casino and the range of off-slope activities can seem endless. If you have non-skiers in your group then Chamonix should be at the top of your list as it can keep everyone entertained.
To top it off, Chamonix is located only 1 hour from Geneva, making it one of the shortest transfers. Uniquely, Chamonix manages to combine this lightening fast transfer with true high-altitude and glacier skiing. Other resorts with similar transfer times (Morzine, for example) can't offer the same high altitude skiing.