· central location · ski to the doorstep, across a bridge · 2 minutes walk to Cretaz chairlift · ski school meeting point directly opposite
In the middle of Cervinia, close to the Cretaz lift, the family-run Des Guides is a popular hotel, offering great value comfort, great hospitality and a bustling bar and lounge area.
· family-run · very comfortable spacious lounge and bar open in the evenings · WiFi available in bar (extra charge) · lift · 14 bedrooms
for 2 people on bed and breakfast sharing a twin or double room with private shower and WC. Triple rooms are also available consisting of 3 beds or bunk beds and a single bed. Twin and double rooms with a bath and single rooms are available at a supplement.
· continental buffet breakfast · complimentary afternoon tea and coffee daily 4.00pm-5.00pm
Some twin rooms are L-shaped.
•Great for beginners •Ski 2 countries in 1 day •Glacier skiing beneath majestic Matterhorn
Enjoy snow-sure conditions and terrain for all abilities, then kick back, relax and rub those aching thighs in world-class accommodation to suit every budget. Mix perfect ski conditions with delicious Italian mountain cuisine and you have the best tiramisu-tasting ski experience in the Italian alps. Next stop, Cervinia!
Great for •Snow sure •Families •Beginners and intermediates
Snow Report: Top 395cm, Bottom 250cm
Snow Forecast: 15cm expected this week
Snow History: February average depth 175.83cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Turin Caselle||118 km, 1 hr 40 minutes|
|Region:||Aosta Valley, north-west Italy, Alps.|
Cervinia lift pass price last reported as €204 for 6 day pass. Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Des Guides.
Night skiing: Yes
Cervinia has West, North-West facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche October - 5th May.
|Town altitude:||Breuil-Cervinia: 2,050 m|
|Top of slopes:||3,883 m Piccolo Cervino|
|Bottom of piste:||1,524 m|
|Total length of trails:||160 km in Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche|
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