Hotel Cresta et Duc

Run by the Cavaliere family, owners of the popular Villa Novecento, the Cresta et Duc has undergone extensive refurbishment, placing it among the smartest, most attractive 4 star hotels in Courmayeur. The hotel’s reputation has been further enhanced by the arrival of a new award winning chef, whose regionally inspired Italian cuisine will make for an unforgettable gourment experience.

The hotel features its own restaurant and bar with occasional live music for the entertainment of guests. 
The Cesta et Duc hotel also has its own spa and fitness area for the use of all guests.


  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Log Fire
  • Satellite TV
  • Close to slopes
Guide price
  • Scheduled flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 5 December 2021
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Half Board
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Each of the 44 rooms in the hotel are well decorated and provide guests with extremely comfortable residence for the duration of their ski holiday.
All rooms are equiped with their own TV with satellite, private facilities and a minibar.


Bedrooms are made up of double, triple and quadruple rooms and can sleep up to 4 people. 


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Resort details


Courmayeur is a charming medieval ski resort that extends a warm Italian welcome and can be reached in just 90 minutes from Geneva airport. The journey time from Turin airport is only marginally longer. This ski resort makes a very attractive weekend ski destination and the Mont Blanc tunnel also makes day trips from here to Chamonix — possibly to ski the Vallee Blanche — very feasible.

On the mountain, skiers are sure to enjoy excellent conditions thanks to the high altitude, with pistes above 2,500 metres. There is something for everyone in Courmayeur making it a particularly good choice for families and groups with mixed abilities.

For those advanced off-piste skiers interested in hiring a guide, Courmayeur makes a very good base, with plenty of challenges in its surrounding mountains - particularly those accessed via Entreves, which include the Italian version of the Vallee Blanche and the Toula glacier.

The centre of Courmayeur, which was originally a medieval market town, is a cosy collection of narrow streets, some of which are notionally for pedestrians only. In the main square, several of the village worthies park their little three-wheeler Ape trucks in a semi-circle and brewing up vino Brule in huge cauldrons and then dispense it with great charm to all-comers. Everywhere in Courmayeur, the locals are all extraordinarily friendly towards visitors.


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