Hotel La Betulla, Bardonecchia

Hotel La Betulla Ratings & Customer Feedback
5.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
I went on my own and would definitely recommend staying here to other solo travellers, there were also lots of groups as the property is quite massive. All in all, it’s not an expensive place to stay but it ticks all the boxes. It’s a large, old fashioned hotel and the people are very friendly. Everything w... + more
Susan Allen, London
5 out of 5
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Location - where is Hotel La Betulla

  • Ski lift - 1km
  • Ski bus stop - 10m
  • Ski school meeting point - 1km
  • Resort centre - 100m

Overview - hotel description - Hotel La Betulla description

Typical of the Valsusa region, this is a friendly hotel which is within walking distance of the main shopping street and local amenities and 1km from the ski school and lifts. The ski bus stops outside the hotel.

Facilities - Hotel La Betulla features


  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Spacious lounge
  • Free Wi-Fi in the lobby

† Some facilities may incur a local charge.

Important information: Due to recent changes in Italian tax law, for Winter 2013/14 holidays onwards, a daily ‘Tourist Tax’ may be charged. If charged, you would need to pay the hotel directly and the amount varies between approx. €0.50 & €3 per person, per day depending on the star rating of the accommodation.

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Number of rooms: 40

Rooms: (2-4 people): Simply-furnished twin or double, triple and four-bedded rooms with satellite TV, shower & wc.

Family rooms (4 people): Twin or double room and a second twin or double room with shower & wc are separated by a curtained archway.

Child discount: 35%. Call us for more details.

Meals - food and drink in Hotel La Betulla

Half Board with drinks included. Continental buffet breakfast, and evening meal with a choice of menu, salad buffet and desserts. Christmas and New year meals included. Also includes unlimited drinks of local win, draft beer, soft drinks and tea and coffee between hours of 17.00 to 22.30
We update Hotel La Betulla'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.

Resort - about Bardonecchia - about holidays in Bardonecchia - about ski holidays in Bardonecchia - about ski holidays in Bardonecchia Italy

Superb snowparks Own rail station Bordering France

Once a market town and now a trendy snowsports destination, Bardo has lovely forest trails, loads of wide, unpopulated slopes for learners and intermediates and snowboard terrain that featured in the 2006 Olympics. Eating out doesn’t have the eye-watering pricetag of other resorts and with superb transport links and a sunny location, this is one of Italy’s top resorts.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Beginners & intermediates Cheap skiing Families

Bardonecchia webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 0cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 68.33cm

Bardonecchia trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Torino Caselle95km, 1 hour
Region:Italy, Alps.
First opened:1935

Bardonecchia lift pass price last reported as 180€ (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel La Betulla.
Night skiing: No
Bardonecchia has N W NW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December- April.

Town altitude: 1312m
Top of slopes: 2800m
Bottom of piste: 1300m
Vertical drop: 1377m
Total length of trails:100km
Longest piste:6km
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"Great staff and location, not fancy but ticks all boxes"

Susan Allen, London
5/ out of 5
I went on my own and would definitely recommend staying here to other solo travellers, there were also lots of groups as the property is quite massive. All in all, it’s not an expensive place to stay but it ticks all the boxes. It’s a large, old fashioned hotel and the people are very friendly. Everything was average, I wouldn’t say it was over the top... The food was eatable, they had a buffet where you went up and helped yourself and in the morning you chose what you wanted for dinner later on. The waiters and waitresses were very accommodating and if you needed anything, they’d do it straight away. The Betulla is situated by the high street where you have the supermarket and everything you need, and the train station is right there so you can go into Turin if you want to (takes about ¾ of an hour). You do have to get the bus down to the slopes but there are buses coming up and down all the time so it’s not as though you have to wait too long, and once you’re on the bus it’s a matter of minutes until you reach the slopes.
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