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With a stay at Parco Nazionale in Valsavarenche, you'll be steps from Gran Paradiso National Park and a 2-minute drive from Rhemes Valley and Valgrisenche. Featured amenities include luggage storage and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The breakfast was amazing.. The location is perfect for hiking in the mountain. The family run hotel is awesome.
Pros: Very nice and helpful staff, good dinner and breakfast. We were on a hiking trip and the hotel is very close to the bus stop, which was an other plus.
Pros: Although I spoke no Italian and the staff spoke little English, we managed just fine. I appreciated their efforts to communicate with me, and I loved everything about this beautiful, family-run hotel.
Pros: Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The owner/manager didn't speak much English (more than our Italian though) but couldn't have been friendlier and nicer to deal with. Some of the younger staff were able to translate for us and were very helpful. Dinner was excellent and had a great breakfast the next morning to set us on another day on the Alta Via 2. Room was very comfortable. Overall a great place to stay and a definite option for the Alta Via 2 - just need to catch the bus in time!
Cons: Nothing - would have been easier if we spoke more Italian but that's entirely our own fault! It's a long walk from Eau Rousse if you're doing the Alta Via 2 and you miss the last bus (which we did) but you just need to be there before 6.25pm - we'd have been fine had we not stopped for a drink in the main accommodation in Eau Rousse. Incidentally, found the staff in Parco Nazionale infinitely friendlier so we were very happy with our choice of accommodation.
Pros: It is a place where magnificence of nature mixed with kindness of people. Parco Nacionale is not just hotel, is a second home.
Pros: Great place! Great restaurant and breakfast. Highly recommended.
Pros: Great stay! Very recommended. In house restaurant was great. Staff friendly and helpful
Pros: The manager went out of her way to ensure that we had an enjoyable visit. When I asked her for a map of local hiking trails, she walked across the street to get one from city hall. When I asked about a liqueur used to flavor the yummy dessert, she brought out several versions including a homemade one and encouraged me to try them. She offered to serve dinner early when we said we were starving. The location of the hotel was perfect for accessing several amazing hiking trails and for views of the valley.
Pros: The friendliness, hospitality, kindness and generosity of the owner/manager was outstanding
Pros: Friendly hosts
Cons: A little too expensive for what it is
Immersed in Grad Paradiso National Park in Valsavarenche, Hotel Camping Grivola has a sun terrace and a restaurant. It offers accommodation with views of the Alps, and has a mini-market on site. Alpine-style rooms at Hotel Camping Grivola come with a desk and tiled or parquet floors. The private bathroom includes free toiletries. The daily sweet breakfast of hot drinks and croissants is served buffet style. Free on-site parking is provided. A bus stop, 50 metres away, will take you to Aosta Valley, 30 km away.
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff. Tasty dinner at affordable prices. Nice breakfast spread.
Cons: There was only WiFi in the common areas. Very inconvenient for planning activities/itineraries!
Pros: Dinner was very good. Location is perfect
Pros: The view from the window.
Cons: Breakfast was rather basic and there was some mould in the bathroom. The windows had no curtains but one could close with shutters.
Pros: Fabulous place to stop over while walking the Alt Via 2 and well worth the extra 1k walk to Grivola for a wonderful stay in a large comfortable room
Pros: Great stop for walkers and other outdoor enthousiasts. Calm location. Competent staff. Big room with all facilities en suite.
Cons: Season is short here, so it was a pity the small supermarket was closed. Packed lunch was available (thanks!) but poor quality.
Pros: Great location, great views, quiet and good public transport links. A little convenience store open in the morning and early evening for supplies. Attentative staff and I managed to communicate in a mix of French and German. Good food.
Cons: That I did not take the right adapter for the electricity points.
Pros: Everything was good except breakfast.
Pros: Location, traditional food.
Cons: Could not close bathroom door :-)
When you stay at A L'Hostellerie Du Paradis in Valsavarenche, you'll be 1 minutes by foot from Gran Paradiso National Park. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Friendly staff and helpful at dinner when my wife was feeling unwell with cold.
Cons: Room was small and quite dark compared to rooms in similar establishments in the area, seemed not as good value for the price paid. While staff were very helpful, the owner seemed a bit rude towards a guest at breakfast while being friendly to others and ourselves.
Pros: Dinner was excellent as was breakfast. A relaxing and interesting place to stay in a great location. Lots of photographs and pictures to add to the interest.
Pros: Location, food( dinner and breakfast)
Pros: The fact that it was there and we didnt have to sleep outside
Cons: The woman, I think the owners daughter was very unfriendly. We noticed she didnt like us from the start. Unfortunately this was the only place in the area that was open. (We were hiking alta via 2 and had no car). They try to push you to eat a 25 euro menu. Wifi is not good. Apparantly theres a pool according to the description but we only read that after we left, nobody told us about this. They seem not to tell you anything if you dont ask for it (wifi, lowest fare, possibility to eat a la carte,...). Most huts in the area that can only be reached by donkeys offers you full board for 47 euros and a free smile on the owners face, so this place was severely overpriced. They have too many waiters just staring at you while you struggle to understand the overpriced menu that is only in italian. Im sorry, but if you're the only accomodation that's open along a major hiking trail you should be more accomodating towards hikers, foreigners and people on a budget. If you just prefer rich italians with cars as customers (at least thats the type of customers your menu aims for) you should open a hotel in a different place.
Pros: The initial check in with a lovely lady who spoke English. Made me feel very welcome. Helped with phone calls when I had list my wallet. Shame other staff let the good experience down
Cons: I don't speak/read Italian & the waiter at dinner made me feel very awkward that I didn't understand & wouldn't help me. Very rude The same at breakfast when i'd arranged an early checkout. Spoilt the entire stay. Info not accurate for facilities at the hotel. No swimming pool!