Grand Hotel des Alpes

Commissioned by the Coutlet family in 1840, the hotel, which became a landmark of Chamonix with the addition of its tower after the First World War, closed in 1990 but has been lovingly restored and re-opened recently to offer a boutique hotel right in the centre of the village.

With just 30 rooms, it offers a delightful, relaxing ambience. The library-style bar with open log fire and terrace is quiet and peaceful, the frescoed breakfast room is charming - and the relaxation centre is a great place to unwind after a hard day's skiing.

  • Swimming Pool
Guide price
  • Scheduled flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 14 December 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Bed & Breakfast
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The bedrooms, mainly located in the Tower, have been beautifully restored and now offer all the modern amenities with excellent bathrooms. Sizes vary and there are some stunning 2-roomed suites including the Suite "L'Ancienne Tour" at the top of the tower under the rafters.

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One of the great ancient Alpine capitals Chamonix boasts some of the best skiing and scenery in the Alps, with a large variety of runs and wonderful views of Mont Blanc. It's is a popular destination for international skiers and is consistently rated as one of the top ten in the world thanks to its reputation as a truly bustling and exciting town.

It should be noted that Chamonix is not a ski-in ski-out destination offering slopeside accommodation. The resort is comprised of six separate ski areas, which means that a bus service is required to travel between them. However, this is a small price to pay for the huge range of skiing which is then provided to explore, making the resort such a coveted destination for discerning skiers.


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