In the centre of Chamonix
Ski hire shop just opposite
10 minutes' walk to the nearest ski lift but the nearest bus stop is under 2 minutes' walk (150m)
2 minutes' walk to the railway station
Located in the heart of Chamonix, this hotel has plenty of history behind it. The hotel is named after a British lady, Isabella Straton, who broke boundaries exploring the Alps in the Victorian era with her husband who was a local guide. Her grandchildren opened this hotel and named it the Pointe Isabelle (3761m) after the mountain that she first climbed back in January 1861.
There has been a major renovation with a new wing built behind the existing building, a new top (4th) floor and 27 new rooms. There is also a new sauna and gym area as well as a large ski room. The interior design was led by a Scandinavian designer but keeping the style and telling the story of Isabella Staunton but in a modern and contemporary style.
The fantastic location in the centre of Chamonix will appeal to both keen skiers and those interested in the culture and activities of Chamonix. The trendy bar/bistro where dinner is taken offers traditional fare with a modern twist and some British and Scandinavian favourites! The sunny terrace adjoining the bar is one of Chamonix’s favourite spots for enjoying the mountain scenery and soaking up the resort atmosphere.
Local Fees and Taxes
Twin Standard Rooms are around 20m² and have a balcony or terrace.
All rooms have shower and WC and flat screen TV with English speaking channels.
More room types are available with a supplement
Mont Blanc Rooms have more space at 28m², sleeping 3-4 people. They have either a double and 2 single beds or 4 single beds (please state your preference when booking) and balcony with Mont Blanc views.
Single Rooms are 13m² without a balcony.
New 4th floor Twin Rooms are 20m² with air conditioning, safe and balcony.
New 4th floor Double Rooms are slightly smaller at 17m² than the twin rooms and are available on request, please call to book
Interconnecting Standard Twin Rooms are available on request.
Access to the hotel is at street level with no steps.
Board basis options available
This property caters for the following special dietary requirements
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•Traditional mountain resort •High altitude terrain •Incredible panoramic views
As the global capital of winter sports, Chamonix’s history, skiing and scenery make it a true alpine legend. Every seasoned snow lover should come here at least once; skiing the awesome terrain from a proper mountain town with the Mont Blanc massif as your backdrop will make for a week to remember.
Great for •Groups •Off-piste •Après ski •Non-skiers •Snow sure
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Snow Forecast: 0cm expected this week
Snow History: December average depth 77.83cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Geneva (GVA)||90km, 1h30|
|Chambéry (CMF)||139km, 1h45|
Chamonix lift pass price last reported as Mt Blanc unlimited: €366
Chamonix LePass: €285
(adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Pointe Isabelle.
Night skiing: No
Chamonix has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - May.
|Top of slopes:||3852m|
|Bottom of piste:||580m|
|Total length of trails:||117km|
|Longest piste:||22km (Vallée Blanche)|