Camp Zero is a luxury mountain resort and it's the perfect place to head if you’re after an action-packed escape. When you’re not tearing up the slopes or exploring the back country of Monte Rosa, you could be climbing the face of the hotel's ice wall or taking a climbing class on the indoor climbing wall. Even if you’re not doing it yourself, it’s fun to watch! There’s also a nice indoor pool, so bring your swimming gear and make the most of it. If relaxation is more up your street, then this is the place for you too. There’s nothing better than chilling in one of the wooden hot tubs in the outdoor spa. It’s the perfect way to ease tired muscles, and you’ll be surrounded by lovely mountain scenes.
Inside there’s a cosy Alpine ambiance and a modern design. Whether you're hanging out in the hall, catching up with friends after a long day on the slopes, having a cocktail in the Boulder Bar or dining in one of the hotel’s two restaurants, the friendly staff will be on hand to ensure you have everything you need. When it comes to food, you’re in for some really memorable dishes. The rooms are a home away from home. They're laid out over two floors with a lounge area and terrace on the lower floor and the bed upstairs. They’re so comfortable, we found it was hard to tear ourselves awayin the mornings.
As an eco hotel, it’s a key player in the movement to use green energy and protect the mountain environment so that future generations can keep enjoying the snow covered Alps. The unique design has been built using natural materials, with nature providing a stunning backdrop. With a location between Champoluc and Frachey (it's about 600 metres from both) you’ll be in a great position to make the most of the ski area. The free hotel shuttle service runs to and from the Frachey and Crest lifts between 8am and 6pm.
Transfer time: approx. 1 hour 45 mins by coach from Turin airport.
The above activities can be booked and paid for locally
Local Fees and Taxes
Local tourist tax of €3 per person per night payable locally directly to hotel.
Suites are 55m² and sleep up to three people. They're priced per suite accordingly. They each have two floors with floor-to-ceiling windows and a terrace. Entry level has a lounge with a sofa bed and a bathroom. The first floor has a double bed and bathroom. Suites have a shower, TV, tea & coffee making facilities, safe, minibar and hairdryer.
Family Suites are available on request. Beds in the lounge are twin beds and first floor has a king sized bed.
Suites can be booked for sole occupancy at a supplement, available on request.
Adapted rooms are available on request, please call to book.
Breakfast is an American style buffet. The chefs start preparing this delicious feast at the crack of dawn, making freshly baked bread and croissants. You'll find a beautiful spread of healthy, organic, local produce waiting for you when you wake up each morning. There's also hot options available.
You can pay locally to eat at the hotels restaurant. Three courses of fine five-star food await you. The hotel and its restaurant are smart and stylish, so they ask you wear something smart to dinner.
The hotel can cater for dietary requirements, just let us know when you book.
Summit Restaurant is fine dining for real foodies. This sleek, elegant restaurant is known for serving delicious traditional recopies with a modern twist. All of the dishes are made using seasonal ingredients from the area, where possible. They also have a fantastic wine list, so you're sure to find the perfect accompaniment to your meal.
Cliffhanger’s Grill has a lively, warm atmosphere, whilst overlooking the beautiful valley. Here they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Again, the food here is rooted in local tradition. Specialising in authentic Italian cuisine, cooked in the charcoal oven, the Josper.
Boulder Bar - whether you need a wake up call, with a good espresso or something a little stronger, the bartenders at the Boulder Bar have got you sorted. The make a mean cocktail, tailor made just for you. If you're feeling peckish, they serve snacks here throughout the day. Things like sandwiches, salads and pizzas.
Open from 8am-12pm
Champagnerie, the lovely champagne corner, is the place to go for gourmet canapes, accompanied by a glass of fizz, of course. The hotel's Sommelier will surprise you with the variety.
The restaurants and bars are also open to external guests upon reservation.
Board basis options available
This property caters for the following special dietary requirements
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•Extensive piste •Traditional Italian village •Scenery
Champoluc is a quiet, authentic Italian mountain town with jaw dropping sights of the Italian, French and Swiss Alps including giants like Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn. Top this off with access to 180km of piste in Italy’s answer to the 3 valleys and ski holidays here should be a week to remember.
Great for •Scenery •Quiet après ski •Long runs •Off-Piste
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Snow History: December average depth 67cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Turin||115km, 1hr 30mins|
|Region:||Champoluc, Monterosa, Aosta Valley, Italy|
Champoluc lift pass price last reported as 210Euro for the whole Monterosa region (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Camp Zero.
Night skiing: No
Champoluc has W SW E SE facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Dec-May.
|Top of slopes:||2970m (across the region)|
|Bottom of piste:||1200m (across the region)|
|Total length of trails:||180km|
|Longest piste:||9km. Pistone Betta (Gressoney)|