Friendly hotel within walking distance of the main shopping street and local amenities and the ski bus stops outside
- Half Board
- Bar & lounge
- Ski storage room
- Wi-Fi Available
The La Betulla’s décor is in traditional mountain style and it offers warm hospitality and friendly service. Its inclusive drinks package makes it excellent value for money and its location close to the town and the ski lifts provide an excellent base for your ski holiday. Bedrooms are nicely decorated and many have mountain views. The dining room has a typically Italian feel with good food which is a blend of Italian and local dishes.
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Great location, 100m to the resort centre and 8 minutes’ walks (800m) from the Campo Smith ski lifts and ski school
All rooms have shower, safe, TV, telephone and hairdryer.
- Free Wi-Fi
- Ski storage room
- Lounge area
- Ski room
- Local bus services
- Continental buffet breakfast
- 4 course evening meals with choice
- Drinks from 5-10pm include draft beer, soft drinks, water, local alcoholic drinks and wine by the glass
- Christmas and New Year gala dinners included
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4 course evening meals with choice
Bardonecchia is found on the Italian side of the Fréjus tunnel, which links Italy and France. It makes an excellent base for travel, as you can drive to both the Trois Vallées and the Milky Way area, providing massive skiing potential. Bardonecchia is a large town, based around the station. It offers good value eateries and accommodation, lovely scenery and friendly locals. It's a short transfer from Turin (90 minutes) but that can mean considerable weekend crowds. The resort takes on two personalities - deserted in the week, overrun at the weekend. This is particularly true of the après-ski/nightlife.
The skiing itself is quite substantial, with 140km of pistes. These are shared between three areas, two of which are lift-linked. You'll need a bus to get to all of the lifts. Most of the slopes are geared towards intermediates. Beginners' pistes are quite tough and families with little kids might not find it the most suitable base. The snow can be rather unreliable, as can the lifts, which are quite antiquated. If you are in Bardonecchia during the week, you should find it a very accessible intermediate ski experience.