Good 3* hotel, close to the slopes with popular sun terrace
- Half Board
- Close to the slopes, just 2 minutes’ walk to the nearest lift
- Great views of the slopes from the dining room
- Regular live music in the hotel bar
TH Pila is in a great location for skiing – you’ll have the mountains on your doorstep and you can dine in the hotel’s restaurant with views looking out to the mountains of Valle d’Aosta. There is a great choice of room types, all stylishly decorated, so ideal for families. Guests are welcome to use the wellness facilities or grab a drink in the hotel's buzzing bar and enjoy the live music each evening.
- ski-in, ski-out
- 2 minutes’ walk to the nearest ski lift
- 8 minutes’ walk to the resort centre
- 8 minutes’ walk to the nearest supermarket
- 1 minute walk to the ski school
All rooms are non-smoking and have a flatscreen TV, hairdryer, safe and minibar.
Twin room - sleeps 1-2: twin beds, private shower and WC.
Twin room - sleeps 2-3: twin beds, extra bed, private shower and WC.
Twin room - sleeps 2-4: twin beds, bunk beds, private shower and WC.
Interconnected rooms are available on request.
- hotel bar
- sun terrace
- après bar
- regular live music
- free WiFi in public areas
- extra charge for treatments
- kids’ play area
- reading room
- table tennis
- in-house ski shop, ski room, lockers and a heated boot rack
- hot and cold buffet breakfast with local specialities
- 3-course hot and cold buffet lunch
- 4-course hot and cold buffet dinner
- separate restaurant for children with supervision
Pila has two centres – one is the old town of Aosta, which is gondola-linked, but 18km away. The other is Pila itself - a modern resort, sat right next to the slopes. Aosta has plenty for the non-skier to do, including shops, cafés and historic sites. Pila is mainly for those whose emphasis is on skiing, with limited après-ski and nightlife. Aosta is a cheaper place to stay in, but you can't ski to your door, whereas you can in Pila itself.
In terms of the slopes, there are 70km locally with a good snow record and access to the near 800km offered by the entire Aosta Valley. Pila favours beginners, intermediates and especially families. This is a very Italian resort, so other languages aren't spoken a great deal at the ski school. Better skiers don't have too many challenges either, although there is heli-skiing on offer. Boarders will like Pila, with its half-pipe and jumps. The people are very friendly, the lift system is excellent and the scenery is awesome, with Mont Blanc in the distance. Overall, you'll have a choice of where to stay, with each location having its pluses and minuses. We recommend staying in Pila, but if you want a day off the slopes, take the gondola down for lots of non-skiing activities. If you have a car, Courmayeur, La Thuile and Cervinia are relatively close by for more varied skiing.