|Hotel Dufour||Gressoney||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Wifi/internet, Spa/Wellness,|
|Hotel Lo Scoiattolo, La Trinité||Gressoney||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Wifi/internet, Spa/Wellness,|
|Chalet du Lys, Stafal||Gressoney||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Wifi/internet, Ski in/out or Nearby, Spa/Wellness,|
|Hotel Gressoney, St Jean||Gressoney||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Wifi/internet,|
You’ll be spoilt for choice with the selection of good quality hotels throughout the three villages of the Gressoney Valley.
If you want quick and easy access to the East and West facing pistes, Stafal has a wide choice of hotels. Chalet du Lys is practically ski-in ski-out, and just round the corner from the ski school and lifts. Hotel Ellex is just off the Moos black run, and up the valley from Hotel Nordend. An easy 3 minutes walk from the lifts, and overlooking the lower road, Nordend is the home of the popular bar, The Core. Hotel Monboso is one of the larger hotels in the area; and like many of the other hotels, has some of the very best views in the valley of the Lyskamm, Breithorn and Castore massifs.
In La-Trinite, Hotel Scoiattolo is a little further from the piste, but in the smaller and quiet village centre. With the Parrocchia Trinite Church round the corner, and Castore Lounge, this area is wonderfully picturesque. Closer to the piste, Hotel Dufour is just 50m from the Punta Jolanda Chairlift, and the Edelboden nursery slope.
Try Hotel Gressoney for a holiday further from the ski action, and nearer the cultural base, it’s in Saint Jean which as a village is bigger but has quieter night life. A bus stop with a free shuttle to the main ski area is just 1 minute walk away, meaning you can get to the piste without much hassle at all.