The location for the main cable car is second to none and having opened last year, Hotel Le Massif has made its mark as the premiere luxury hotel in the resort. Its success is a testament to the friendly staff, service and facilities both in the hotel and on the mountain.
The hotel aesthetic maintains it’s mountainous roots in stone and wood, gracefully refining these materials into a sleek and modern interior. Rooms are elegant and most have a balcony or terrace some with either a mountain, resort or valley view.
Facilities include a small spa with a wealth of treatments as well as a large jacuzzi, turkish steam bath and sauna but worth noting there is a significant additional daily charge for spa access. Restrictions for use apply to children. Kids clubs include meals both in hotel and at their mountain lodge for ages 4 – 12. And to spoil you, the concierge will take your skis and boots up the mountain and store them at their mountain lodge in Plan Checrouit so your daily journey to the slopes is in your apes-ski boots.
There are two restaurants at the hotel. Chetif with choice of Italian regional cuisine and wines and the Cervo Rosso Steak House. Best of all is Bernie the head barman. Certainly one of the best mixologists in the Alps. Of course there is a plethora of amazing dining options and bars within minutes of the door. On the mountain, skiers can also enjoy lunch at the Loge du Massif restaurant with spectacular views of the Aosta valley (the last two photos are from the Lodge not the main hotel).