If you want to avoid big resort atmosphere, this is the place to go! A family run hotel, spa are, friendly staff and a good breakfast, everything you need finally!
- All Inclusive
This small, family run and cosy hotel is situated in the center of Gressoney. Just few steps from the lifts, gondolas and ski school. It is also possible to get to the Alagna and Champoluc ski area.
This hotel has everything you need to spend a comfortable ski holiday. All 16 rooms have a balcony, tea and coffee making facilities, TV, shower, hairdryer, free Wi-Fi and a safe. They are designed for 2 persons.
After a long day of skiing, you would enjoy the wellness area with a steam room, a sauna, a spa shower and a relaxation area.
The hotel also have a gym area, an beautiful outdoor terrace, a heated boot room and a parking.
Every morning, a breakfast buffet with cold and hot food is served.
The dinner is served at the Fitzroy restaurant with is just two minutes walk away from the hotel.
This property caters for the following special dietary requirements
- Gluten Free
Please let us know about any dietary requirements at the time of booking
Both parts of Gressoney, Trinité and St Jean, have access to the Monterosa Ski area. St Jean is a short drive away from the lifts, while you can ski to your door at Trinité. St Jean is the prettier and larger of the two, but Trinité has been described as "a pleasant, friendly little resort with a lot of character", while the "surrounding area is lovely, with great scenery and picturesque villages".
St Jean also has more restaurants, shops and accommodation. Both are good value. Generally, après-ski is quiet in the 2 resorts. This isn't party territory - you won't be able to buy cigarettes anywhere in Trinité, so you'll just have to try this whole “health” thing…
Gressoney has some of the best skiing in the Monterosa (200km of runs). Snow reliability is very good, thanks to the high altitude and machines. There is great terrain for intermediates, while better skiers have access to the excellent off-piste at Alagna. Beginners have lots of good slopes, but they are located all over the ski area and not particularly well-linked. There are minimal queues, due to excellent lifts and good links to Champoluc.
If you should happen to find yourself stuck up in the mountains, there are some great refuges where you can eat and sleep until the next day. Trinité and St Jean are great for accessing fun, varied terrain, while both have different strengths and weaknesses.