Good value hotel in an excellent central location
- Half Board
- In the resort main square
- Cosy bar & lounge
- In-house pizzeria
- Lively nightlife
Sitting right on the main square in Sauze, you couldn't pick a better hotel to make the most of this vibrant ski town. There are no frills in the San Giorgio, but the owners will always give you a warm welcome and there's a laid-back bar where you can enjoy a few après drinks after a day in the massive ski area. Head to the hotel's restaurant for local specialities which are served up throughout the week.
- Nearest lift: 300m to the Clotes lift
- Tuition meeting point: 300m (at the top of the Clotes chairlift). Beginners meet at the top of Sporting lift, 500m away but the ski bus stops 30m from the hotel
- Resort centre: you're in the centre
Each of the 19 rooms is simply furnished with either double, twin or three single beds. All have a TV and a bathroom with a hairdryer and a shower.
- Small bar with satellite TV
- Sun terrace
- Ski storage
The San Giorgio is on six night's half board which also includes afternoon tea. The continental breakfast is quite extensive and can be upgraded to a cooked breakfast for a locally paid supplement if you wish (around €7 per person, per day).Your six evening meals are over three courses with some regional dishes throughout the week. Your Christmas meal is included as well but the New Year meal is available at a supplement of around €65 per person.
About Sauze d'Oulx
Sauze d'Oulx skiing
As one of the major resorts on the Milky Way ski area, Sauze d'Oulx offers direct access to the biggest fully linked ski area in Italy, with 400km of pistes. An intermediate's paradise, the area also caters to beginners and advanced skiers, though with perhaps a little less choice. Tree-lined runs around the village are perfect if the weather sets in, and there's also a good amount of higher, snow-sure pistes. An expedition to Sestriere, Sansicario, Claviere and as far as Montgenevre in France is possible on the Milky Way ski pass.
As rough guide, an intermediate would be doing very well to ski 40km daily so the ski area will keep most entertained for at least a week, with enough left over for a return visit next time!
Sauze d'Oulx ski resort
The resort has an attractive, traffic free centre with cobbled streets and traditional old buildings. Further out, things are more functional but choosing a base here means you can avoid the late night noise from the still extensive nightlife scene. Yes, Sauze is still one of the Alps' premier destinations for partygoers and if you like wild apres and nightlife then Sauze will suit you!
A good choice of restaurants with some high quality choices if you're pointed in the right direction by your rep, and if the wild partying isn't your thing then a more relaxed night is still possible here. A great all-rounder that has something for everyone.