Hotel Dufour

Hotel Dufour is a charming Italian hotel right next to the Punta Jolanda chair lift. Decorated in typical Italian alpine style the hotel feels cosy and relaxing. The new top floor wellness centre is delightful after a day on the Monterosa ski area, and includes a whirlpool, sauna, Turkish bath and relax area.

Hotel Dufour's restaurant serves up a delicious array of local dishes from the Aosta valley, in addition to Italian and international cuisine. The bar and lounge area are perfect for relaxing before and after dinner, thanks to the traditional stove and open fireplace. 

  • Hot Tub
  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Satellite TV
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Log Fire
  • Terrace
  • Close to slopes
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  • 21 March 2020
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Half Board
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All of the en-suite bedrooms are decorated in traditional style and feature a balcony, hairdryer, satellite TV and telephone.

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Warm Italian hospitality, rich cultural tradition and excellent skiing in one of the largest ski areas in Italy.

Situated in Italy’s Aosta Valley and at the centre of the Monterosa Ski area, Gressoney is made up of two mountain villages; Gressoney-La-Trinité and Gressoney-Saint-Jean, with the latter situated further down the valley. Alongside the neighboring resorts of Champoluc and Alagna, as part of the Monterosa Ski area, Gressoney boasts 180km of well-connected pistes at ranging altitudes from 1200m to 2970m. With just a short 1hour 30 minute transfer from nearby airport of Turin, skiing in Gressoney is easily accessible and begs to be enjoyed over a long and leisurely weekend.

In both Gressoney-La-Trinité and Gressoney-Saint-Jean expect warm Italian hospitality coupled with a comforting sense of history. Up on the slopes, access to the whole of the Monterosa Ski area is available, which champions some of the best Italian off-piste and beautifully scenic heli-skiing opportunities. Naturally, this terrain is suited to more experienced skiers. Alternatively, a more intimate ski experience can be found in Gressoney-Saint-Jean, with its own slopes and low woodland skiing.

Gressoney is a fantastic option for those after a quieter and more laid back mountain vibe. With a quiet après-ski scene but a well-established culinary tradition, Gressoney is a fantastic option for those looking for somewhere different for a short weekend break that combines some great off-piste terrain with a charming resort.


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