Residence Felik, Gressoney

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Location - where is Residence Felik

• Comfortable attractive apartments in an excellent location in the centre of Stafal area of Gressoney, 100m from the lift. • Use of wellness centre at Hotel Nordend located opposite (pay locally).

Overview - apartment description - Residence Felik description

Under the same management as the popular Nordend Hotel, Residence Felik
features modern and very comfortable self-catered apartments. Guests can choose between studio apartments and 2-room apartments sleeping from 2-4 people.


Facilities - Residence Felik features


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • All apartments have shower, kitchenette with hotplates, oven, microwave, fridge, Italian coffee maker, safe, hairdryer and balcony.
  • Studios sleeping 2 people have lounge with double sofa bed, larger studios for 2-4 people have a double bed and an extra pull-out sofa bed.
  • 2-room apartments have a living room with double sofa bed and separate bedroom with double bed.
  • All apartments’ guests have access to the spa facilities at the Hotel Nordend including sauna and Turkish bath (pay locally).

Bedroom facilities

  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar or fridge
  • Room safe

Meals - food and drink in Residence Felik

  • Self-catering
  • Half board option is also available (payable locally) consisting of buffet breakfast (taken at Hotel Nordend) and 3 course evening meal (taken at restaurant San Giovanni, opposite the Residence).

Board basis options available

  • Self Catering
We update Residence Felik'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 Gressoney - about holidays in Gressoney - about ski holidays in Gressoney - about ski holidays in Gressoney Italy

Awesome scenery Pretty villages Laid back atmosphere

The charming old villages in the Gressoney Valley – the middle of Italy’s very own Three Valleys - are the perfect juxtaposition of culture, incredible views and awesome skiing. Roam the extensive 180km of piste that Monterosa has to offer before kicking back and relaxing in a friendly Italian bar or restaurant.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Intermediates Quiet holiday

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Snow History: April average depth 117cm

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Turin115km, 1hr 30mins
Milan175km, 2hrs
Geneva250km 3hrs
Region:Monterosa, Aosta Valley, Italy
First opened:1965

Gressoney lift pass price last reported as 210€ (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Residence Felik.
Night skiing: No
Gressoney has W SW E SE facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Dec-May.

Town altitude: 1640m
Top of slopes: 2970m
Bottom of piste: 1200m
Vertical drop: 1334m
Total length of trails:180km
Longest piste:9km (Pistone Betta)
Nestled to the west of Monte Rosa (the 2nd highest mountain in Europe) the Gressoney Valley makes up the second and middle valley of Italy’s very own 3 Valleys: the Monterosa ski region. The resort is made up of three villages; Stafal is a miss-match of hotels and ski hire shops and provides the best lifts to the east and west side of the valley. Gressoney-La-Trinite is an unspoilt village 3km to the south with a charming parish church that dates back to 1671, cobbled streets and pretty wooden buildings i...
Gressoney has a couple of short nursery slopes; one in Stafal and another by the Hotel Velverde in La Trinite. The Gabiet Lago blue (which is also home to the snow park) and the Castore blue from the Stafal gondola are both nice and gentle for easy progression and lessons with Scoula Sci Gressoney will get beginners quickly up to scratch. Intermediates have the pick of the bunch here. On the West side, the Sant Anna Colle Betta chair lift goes to Colle Bettaforca peak at 2727m, giving you the choice to either ...
A very authentic Walser town, Gressoney is ideal if you want a relaxed ski trip. If you like a good cocktail, ask for the ‘negrone’ at The Petit in La-Trinite, or head to Castore Lounge. La Pulce and the Da Giovanni are certainly worth a stop-off after a good day on the piste if you’re in Stafal. The Core bar is a small and chic place for a drink straight from the slopes, and if you’re staying in Hotel Nordend, all you’ll have to do is pop downstairs! For on-piste dining, Ristoro Sitten is accessible in ...

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