Friendly atmosphere and cosy lounge with wood burning stove - perfect for the end of the day!
- Half Board
- Pleasant lounge and bar
- 5 minutes’ walk from the village centre and cable car
- Free wifi available in public areas and first floor
- Games room
Built in classic Alpine chalet style, the family run Hotel Walser combines modern comforts
with traditional, friendly service and an exceptionally warm, relaxed
atmosphere. It is conveniently situated just a few minutes walk from Courmayeur's charming centre.
5 minutes' walk to resort centre and Plan Checrouit cable car
All rooms have a cable TV, telephone, free WiFi, hairdryer and safe. Most rooms have a balcony.
Twin room - sleeps 2: Twin beds, private shower and WC.
Twin room - sleeps 2-3: Twin beds, extra single bed when booked for three people, private shower and WC.
Twin room - sleeps 2-4: Twin beds, extra two single beds when booked for three or four people, private shower and WC.
Cots are available to hire for €10 per night. Please request at time of booking. Charge is payable locally with hotelier and prices are subject to change.
- ski storage room
- TV room
- large reception/lounge area
- table tennis
- free WiFi throughout the hotel
- extra charge for fitness room
- extra charge for sauna and whirlpool
- 22 bedrooms
- buffet breakfast
- 3-course evening meals with choice of menu and salad buffet
- weekly Aosta Valley speciality dinner
- Christmas Day and New Year's Eve gala dinners included
Courmayeur, Italian neighbour to big boy Chamonix, has 100km of its own pistes, most of which cater mainly for intermediates. Advanced skiers need not panic however, as Courmayeur offers access to the all of the other resorts in the Aosta and Chamonix valleys (via the Mont Blanc Tunnel), which have a combined total of near 800km of runs. Cross-country skiers will also find 51km of excellent trails.
Courmayeur ski resort
With its views of Mont Blanc, the scenery in Courmayeur is majestic. A traditional alpine village with a car-free centre, Coumayeur has plenty of good shops, cafés and bars, where the après-ski is very much Italian in spirit. Restaurants, both on and off the mountain are top class and not overpriced. The only downside is the walk from some of the accommodation to the lifts. Courmayeur can also get swamped by the Milanese at weekends and peak season times. It's a great venue, only occasionally marred by the closure of the tunnel.