The best ski hotels and chalets in Courmayeur

Advice

There are plenty of good hotels to choose from in Courmayeur, plus an assortment of well-located apartments in the town centre. The neighbouring hamlets of Dolonne and Entrèves are also linked into the ski area. 

As well as several long-established and grand five-star hotels, there’s a wealth of good quality and family-run three- and four-stars, and, because of Courmayeur’s proximity to Geneva airport and popularity with weekending Italians from Milan and Turin, finding accommodation for short breaks is relatively easy. 

For further Courmayeur inspiration, see our guides to the resort’s best restaurants and après ski.


Hotels

Hotel Berthod

The three-star Berthod is elegantly designed throughout and is close to the resort’s main lifts. The hotel features a very comfortable communal lounge area, modern bar, hot tub and sauna.

Price: £

Rooms from

£
85

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Hotel Berthod, Courmayeur, Italy


Hotel Berthod is close to the resort’s main lifts

Bouton d’Or

A fabulous family-run three-star B&B with five-star service, the Bouton d’Or prides itself on its breakfast spread which includes home made jams and home grown berries. There’s a comfy lounge and bar area, a sauna and steam room and they’ll shuttle you to and from the lifts. 

Price: £
Book it: From £995 with Ski Solutions.

Hotel Dei Camosci

Located in the La Saxe part of Courmayeur, Hotel Dei Camosci is a short walk to the resort centre. The hotel provides free transport to and from the lifts during the day and to the resort centre in the evenings on request. Decorated in a typical mountain style, there are two lounge areas and a separate bar.

Price: £ 
Book it: From £710 with Crystal Ski.

Edelweiss

A central two-star B&B just off the car-free main street, close to lots of bars and restaurants and a short walk to the main cable up to the slopes. Simply furnished rooms but great value for money and a bright first floor breakfast room, plus a comfortable lounge/bar area. 

Price: £
Book it: From £885 with Ski Solutions.

Auberge de la Maison

A wonderful, personally run four-star hotel in Entrèves near the cable cars up to Mont Blanc and to the Courmayeur ski area, Auberge de la Maison has 33 individually furnished and decorated rooms and a lovely sitting room with comfy sofas and is the pinnacle of modest luxury as far as Courmayeur goes. The hotel has a rustic spa with an indoor/outdoor pool and treatments on offer. The restaurant promotes local food and open fires – views of Mont Blanc are complimentary. There’s a free shuttle service to ferry guests around.

Price: ££

Rooms from

£
114

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Auberge de la Maison Courmayeur


Auberge de la Maison has 33 individually furnished rooms

Le Massif

A contemporary five-star hotel with 80 ultra-stylish rooms and suites, Le Massif is in the centre of Courmayeur, a few minutes from the main cable car. There’s an extensive spa and kids club and two in-house restaurants, the Chétif for à la carte fine dining, and the Cervo Rosso Steakhouse. On the slopes at Plan Checrouit, sister property La Loge du Massif offers hotel guests ski concierge services, kids club and priority booking at the bar/restaurant, which has wonderful views of Mont Blanc.

Price: ££

Rooms from

£
135

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Le Massif, Courmayeur, Italy


Le Massif has an extensive spa, kids’ club and two in-house restaurants

Super G

If you fancy staying up the mountain, the Super G ski-in/ski-out boutique hotel is the place to be. Its eight rooms and suites are spacious and modern and you can fall into them after enjoying the infamous 3pm to 6pm après-ski sessions on the terrace. There’s a wellness area and gym too.

Price: ££
Book it: From £1,440 with Ski Solutions.



Super G Courmayeur


Super G is located on the slopes

Grand Hotel Courmayeur Mont Blanc

Luxurious hotel comprising four large chalet buildings, the central clubhouse with a spa, and three chalets, which house the 72 rooms and suites. The design is modern and chic in all the communal areas as well as in the bedrooms. Grand Hotel Courmayeur Mont Blanc is located 500 metres away from the main pedestrian area of Courmayeur, and to get to the lifts the hotel runs a private shuttle service in the mornings and afternoons. Food and service here is of the highest standard.

Price: £££

Rooms from

£
168

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Grand Hotel Courmayeur Mont Blanc, Italy


Grand Hotel Courmayeur Mont Blanc is modern and chic in all the communal areas and bedrooms

Villa Novecento

A lovely old villa a few minutes walk from the resort centre, set in its own grounds, the Villa Novecento is a boutique four-star hotel with a great old fashioned atmosphere combined with modern comforts. Rooms are individually designed and furnished with lots of old wood. There’s also a sauna, steam room, hot tub and gym

Price: £££

Rooms from

£
147

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Villa Novecento Courmayeur


Villa Novecento is an old villa just outside of the town centre

Chalets and apartments

Chécrouit Apartments

Finished and decorated to a reasonable standard, the Chécrouit Apartments are a three-minute walk from the cable car and eight minutes from the shops and restaurants. There’s a cafeteria where you can get breakfast, and a supermarket is within easy walking distance.

Price: £
Book it: From £661, self-catering, based on four people sharing,  with Iglu.



Chécrouit Apartments, Courmayeur, Italy


Chécrouit Apartments are a three-minute walk from the cable car

Booking.com rates above are guide prices per person per night, please note that packages can differ across accommodation. Please check the properties’ websites for further information on what’s included.

Unless stated otherwise, package prices are per person, based on two sharing a double or twin room, half-board,  for seven nights, including flights and transfers.

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