Hotel Pila 2000, Pila

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4.0 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
This resort is fantastic. I’d give it top marks. It’s a magnificent location; the ski area is set in a big bowl, so it’s very easy to find your way around. It’s beautiful. It’s hard to get lost here, the layout is really good. All the runs come back down to the same place. It’s almost like it’s been desi... + more
Justin Murphy, London
5 out of 5
I wouldn’t really recommend this hotel. I got this as a last minute deal and it was a good price, but really I wanted to stay at the Hotel Lion Noir where my friends were staying (but it was fully booked). I liked Pila a lot and I would come back, but if I did come back I wouldn’t come here, I would rather st... + more
Justin Murphy, London
3 out of 5
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Location - where is Hotel Pila 2000

· ideal central location · ski back to your hotel · close to ski lifts


Overview - hotel description - Hotel Pila 2000 description

Situated right in the centre of Pila, the Hotel Pila 2000 provides good value accommodation in an excellent position adjacent to the slopes, meaning guests are able to ski back to the door.


Facilities - Hotel Pila 2000 features

· bar · lounge area in reception · dining room · DVD cinema room showing films in English three times a week · Internet facilities · lift (in main building) · 46 bedrooms


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

for 2 people on half board sharing a room with twin beds, private shower and WC. Twin or double rooms with a balcony located in the main building, triple rooms, quad rooms which are either open-plan or split level located in the Baita and single rooms are available at a supplement. All bedrooms have TV, telephone, safe and hairdryer.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Pila 2000

· buffet breakfast · 4 course evening meals with choice of menu, salad and starter buffet


Please Note

unless stated otherwise, rooms may be allocated in either the main hotel building or in the Baita, connected to the hotel by a passageway.

We update Hotel Pila 2000'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.
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Resort - about Pila - about holidays in Pila - about ski holidays in Pila - about ski holidays in Pila Italy

Family friendly Close to Aosta Car-Free

This small Aosta valley resort is made for skiers with cheap, ski-in ski-out hotels and wonderfully groomed pistes. Providing a feast for the eyes in the form of the Mont Blanc and Matterhorn massifs and a feast for the stomach in the way only Italians know how, this is a super place to learn or roam the untouched intermediate terrain.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Scenery Ski-in ski-out Quiet holiday

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Snow Forecast: 2cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 71cm

Pila trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Turin135km, 1hr 30min
Geneva175km 2hrs 15min
Region:Aosta Valley, Alps, Italy
First opened:1949

Pila lift pass price last reported as 164.50€ (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Pila 2000.
Night skiing: No
Pila has N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December- April.

Town altitude: 1800m
Top of slopes: 2700m
Bottom of piste: 1765m
Vertical drop: 950m
Total length of trails:29run, 70km of piste
Longest piste:6km
Pila is a small, quiet resort, built for skiing on the mountainside above Aosta town. As well as peering over the lights of Aosta, Alpine giants including Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa form the surrounding peaks and forests line the ski runs providing a stunning setting for a week on the snow. A summer destination for its calming and serene mountainside; Pila grew in popularity as a winter getaway over the two world wars and in 1949 opened itself as a purpose built ski resort. With a car-free villa...
Pila can be the start of a great ski experience with some excellent blues, including the easy to manage Baby Pila. Accessible by the Gorraz Grand Grimond and Pilla Gorraz chair lifts, Grimod is a long, winding blue with stunning views across of the Italian/Swiss Alps, including the Monte Rosa massif. La Nouva descends the right side of the mountain and is serviced by a chairlift of the same name. It’s also home to the halfpipe, making it a favourite for young riders. If what you’re looking for is red runs an...
Embracing Pila’s low-key and relaxed approach to apres-ski, most skiers are content to see off a day on the slopes with a relaxing hot chocolate or vino in Bar Mion or an ice cream in Bar Nouva. If you fancy catching the last of the rays and watching the sun go down over Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa and the Matterhorn, Bar Yeti is the place to be and also has great food options. Most eateries have a focus on Italian and Alpine classics and what more could you ask for? At the end of the Pre Noir red run, La Montana...

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"Fantastic resort with lots of good off-piste"

Justin Murphy, London
5/ out of 5
This resort is fantastic. I’d give it top marks. It’s a magnificent location; the ski area is set in a big bowl, so it’s very easy to find your way around. It’s beautiful. It’s hard to get lost here, the layout is really good. All the runs come back down to the same place. It’s almost like it’s been designed like that. The pistes are lovely, they are well groomed (they kept grooming them overnight) and we had good conditions. We had about 2 foot fresh snow. There was some good off-piste if you go up to the top and ski round the edge of the big bowl. It was endless. After 2 days there were still untracked lines. It’s a good resort for beginners and intermediates, especially intermediates, there are lots of red runs. I didn’t get bored at all and I’m an experienced skier (I used to compete). It’s a steep, twisty road up to the village. There isn’t much in town, there’s a few places but I wouldn’t say it’s roaring nightlife. The local mountain restaurants serve fantastic Italian food. We came here because we like the Dolomites but we wanted something a bit closer – the transfer to Pila is shorter.

"Not recommended, although the resort of Pila certainly is"

Justin Murphy, London
3/ out of 5
I wouldn’t really recommend this hotel. I got this as a last minute deal and it was a good price, but really I wanted to stay at the Hotel Lion Noir where my friends were staying (but it was fully booked). I liked Pila a lot and I would come back, but if I did come back I wouldn’t come here, I would rather stay at the Lion Noir. The views were better there. The Pila 2000 was ok, but it was half built into the mountain side so it felt like a bit of a bunker. It was however clean and warm (and waterproof!). The food was variable. Some of it was really good, and breakfast was good (the usual selection of stuff). But it was a bit hit and miss at dinner. There was a set menu of about 4 courses, so you picked what you wanted for dinner at breakfast time, there was a bit of choice.
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