Hotel Auberge St Hubert, Val d'Isere

Hotel Auberge St Hubert Ratings & Customer Feedback
Superb
1
Good
0
Okay
0
Poor
0
Awful
0
Average Rating 5 out of 5
We had a great time and loved the hotel. The best bit was the food, we’ve stayed in 5* hotels and the dining has reflected that but this was a 3* hotel and the food was absolutely excellent – it really made our holiday. The hotel is small and family run, with three generations working there during our stay.... + more
Mr & Mrs Cullens, Glasgow
5 out of 5
Have you stayed in
this accommodation?
Write a Review

Package - what's included - what's included & available - what's included plus available extras - what's included & what extras are available

Accommodation
Half Board
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Hotel Auberge St Hubert

• superb central location in Val d'Isère • 2 minutes walk to the Solaise and Bellevarde ski lifts and pistes • 2 minutes walk to the nursery slopes


Overview - hotel description - Hotel Auberge St Hubert description

The Auberge St Hubert is located in the very heart of Val d'Isère on the main street with all the boutiques, bars and restaurants. Just 150m walk to the pistes the hotel is a great choice for keen skiers. All rooms are comfortably furnished and the charming restaurant is renowned for its cuisine serving quality regional Savoy specialities. The hotel also has its own popular apres bar in the basement.


Facilities - Hotel Auberge St Hubert features

• bar • lounge with fireplace • café • sauna • WiFi throughout hotel • 30 bedrooms


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

for 2 people on half board sharing a twin room with private shower and WC. Rooms with bath, single rooms and triple rooms are available for a supplement. All bedrooms have hairdryer and satellite TV. WiFi available throughout the hotel.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Auberge St Hubert

• buffet breakfast • 4 course evening meals • speciality dinners served twice a week (fondue and raclette) • Christmas and New Year gala dinners included


Please Note

Cots must be pre-booked (€10 per day local charge).

We update Hotel Auberge St Hubert's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - hotel dates & departure airports - Hotel Auberge St Hubert dates & departure airports

Price per person with: Prices shown are per person based on: Prices shown are per person based on: The prices shown here are per person and based on the following criteria:
Fri 12 Feb 201612/02/16
Sold Out 
Sat 13 Feb 201613/02/16
Sold Out 
Fri 19 Feb 201619/02/16
Sold Out 
Sat 20 Feb 201620/02/16
Sold Out 
Fri 26 Feb 201626/02/16
Sold Out 
Sat 27 Feb 201627/02/16
Sold Out 
Fri 04 Mar 201604/03/16
Sold Out 
Sat 05 Mar 201605/03/16
Sold Out 
Fri 11 Mar 201611/03/16
Sold Out 
Sat 12 Mar 201612/03/16
£1048£771
Fri 18 Mar 201618/03/16
Sold Out 
Sat 19 Mar 201619/03/16
£1086£865
Fri 25 Mar 201625/03/16
Available as St Pancras - Eurostar, Ashford - Eurostar
Sat 26 Mar 201626/03/16
£1316£1141
Fri 01 Apr 201601/04/16
Available as St Pancras - Eurostar, Ashford - Eurostar
Sat 02 Apr 201602/04/16
£1187£1102
Sat 17 Dec 201617/12/16
£969
Sat 24 Dec 201624/12/16
£1177
Sat 31 Dec 201631/12/16
£1380
Sat 07 Jan 201707/01/17
£995
Sat 14 Jan 201714/01/17
£995
This package holiday to Hotel Auberge St Hubert in Val d'Isere, France departs Saturday 12th March 2016, for a 7 night stay on a "half board" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
+7

Resort - about Val d'Isere - about holidays in Val d'Isere - about ski holidays in Val d'Isere - about ski holidays in Val d'Isere France

½ of Espace Killy Fantastic après Traditional chocolate box village Skiable glacier

Ski never-ending pistes and powder, ogle at colossal peaks and cosy Savoie architecture, then end the day with some of the most wild and wonderful après ski. Val d'Isere is considered by many to be the best ski resort on earth, and we’re inclined to agree.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Non skiers Catered Chalets

Val d'Isere webcam

Snow Report: Top 235cm, Bottom 130cm

Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week

Snow History: February average depth 153.33cm

Val d'Isere trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambéry (CMF)145km, 1h45
Geneva (GVA)180km, 2h40
Grenoble (GNB)210km 2h50
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1934

Val d'Isere lift pass price last reported as €225 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Auberge St Hubert.
Night skiing: Yes, every Thursday
Val d'Isere has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing October - May.

Town altitude: 1,850m
Top of slopes: 3,300m
Bottom of piste: 1,550m
Vertical drop: 1,900m
Total length of trails:150km
Longest piste:10km (Tignes)
In France's Rhone Alp region, Val d'Isere makes up half of Espace Killy which is widely thought of as one of the most brilliant and beautiful ski areas in the world. In keeping with the attractiveness of its surroundings, the resort itself is a compilation of alpine hamlets made up of cosy wood and stone chalets. With the original village dating back to the 13th century and eye-catching church steeple at its centre, the whole place is truly oozing alpine charm. And while dreamily trad in appearance, Val's numero...
In Val d'Isere you'll be skiing in the tracks of some of the world's greatest skiers. Olympic medallists Marielle and Christine Goitschel learned to ski there, not to mention triple gold winner Jean-Claude Killy, after whom the wider ski area is named. As an indication of its premier status, the resort has hosted championships including the 1992 Olympics the World Alpine Ski Championships in 2009, along with the World Cup every December. If some of the best skiers in history have learned here, beginners can...
Famed for its après ski, you're unlikely to have a dull evening in Val. The resort has 4 nightclubs including the legendary Dicks T Bar (open from 4pm - 5am). Living up to its name, you'll experience ‘sweet madness' at Le Folie Douce, which boasts some of the best après ski in Europe. “Bananas” is another favourite, well known for its fantastic cocktails and convenient slope-side location. In Val d'Isere's 92 restaurants, you'll find dishes to suit all tastes from traditional Savoyarde indulgence to Marga...

Similar Holidays - also Enquired about - travellers also Enquired about - travellers also Enquired about - travellers viewing Hotel Auberge St Hubert also Enquired about

Hotel Le Samovar Val d'Isere France, Manchester to Chambéry 12th March.
From £888pp
(1)
Hotel Kandahar Val d'Isere France, Manchester to Chambéry 12th March.
From £1079pp
Hotel Avenue Lodge Val d'Isere France, Manchester to Chambéry 12th March.
From £1138pp
(2)

Call 020 8133 8899 and quote

Holiday ID 12779543

sno logo

Or simply enquire online

Enquire

← online or call ↴
020 3472 8899
more
1/12: Official Photo Show photo list
1/6 Show webcam list
1/2 Show map list

"We loved it"

Mr & Mrs Cullens, Glasgow
5/ out of 5
We had a great time and loved the hotel. The best bit was the food, we’ve stayed in 5* hotels and the dining has reflected that but this was a 3* hotel and the food was absolutely excellent – it really made our holiday. The hotel is small and family run, with three generations working there during our stay. Everyone was friendly and we felt very welcome. I’m sure if we’d had any problems they’d have been very helpful (they were very good when I told them about my gluten-free diet). The restaurant was very busy – as well as the guests, a lot of locals and people staying elsewhere came to eat here (including the Austrian ski team who visited every night during their circuit). They served mainly French cuisine, starting with a soup or typical French salad. On the first night, we had lobster as a main and we also enjoyed salmon and Thai chicken curry. Desserts were on a help yourself basis, always with a cheese board of course. Breakfasts were self-service although there was always a waiter there if you needed anything. They were purely continental with cheeses, cold ham, yoghurts, cereals, breads and jams as well as tea and coffee. We sat and chatted with other guests over breakfast for 2 hours one morning, we felt no pressure whatsoever to leave the table which was really nice. In terms of the facilities, you enter the building down a flight of stairs which take you straight into the ski locker room. Through there, you go into a small bar where they had tea, coffee and juice to welcome you in as well as Sky TV for anyone who wanted that. Upstairs there’s the restaurant as well as a small bar / sitting area by the reception that was mostly used for meetings with ski reps. The hotel rooms were small with little storage, but that seems to be a common thing in France. We had a clean bathroom with a nice, powerful shower. The location is great as it’s on the main road for all the shopping and nightlife, and the actual slope is one block away, so you don’t have to walk far at all. Overall, we were delighted.
1/1: Show Review list
Mr & Mrs Cullens