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Hotel Restaurant La Bouitte
One word: wow. This Savoyard farmhouse, in warm wood and stone, invites lingering in its rustic-chic rooms and bubbly hot tub. The spa soothes with treatments like fragrant hay baths...
Le Gai Soleil
Make yourself at home in this inviting chalet, harbouring warm, spacious rooms, a spa and an inviting restaurant. The outdoor pool and sun deck afford sublime mountain views.
L'hermitage Hotels Chalets De Tradition
The trek from the slopes is worth it: Hermitage is a family-run treasure, with an open fire crackling in the bar, a kids’ playroom, delicious home cooking and flowery gardens where you can survey Mont Blanc from your sun-lounger...
Château De Candie
Landscaped grounds where ornate fountains trickle, old-world elegance in rooms with period furnishings, a swimming pool with dreamy mountain views, and a gourmet restaurant – this sublime 14th-century castle is a taste of the high life for mere mort...
This friendly chalet-hotel with restaurant is a Chamonix family classic, having been the life and soul of the Schmitt family since 1906...
Hôtel De L'arve
Keeping it sweet and simple is this hotel overlooking the Arve River. The rooms are cheerfully done up in warm hues and pine, and some have Mont Blanc views. Other pluses include a heated ski-boot room, sauna and gym, pool table, and free parking.
Madame Parel has run this century-old hotel in a quiet, shabby courtyard since 1988. It's very much a homely affair, with Bouba the dog padding around the place...
Auberge Du Bois Prin
This traditional 10-room wooden chalet perched on a hill makes a peaceful winter hideaway, but it is in spring and summer when the very best of what it has to offer really blooms: a marvellous fairytale garden and veggie patch facing Mont Blanc...
Ring the cowbell at reception to get someone's attention at this small and sweet chalet, a steep walk uphill from the centre of town but brilliantly positioned for skiers being a two-second stagger from the Le Brévent cable car...
Auberge Du Lyonnais
This canalside contender in the old town has light and comfy (if small) rooms with pine furnishings. The restaurant is renowned for its seafood; the €25 three-course menu is worth every cent.
Langley Hotel Gustavia
Une belle addresse (a beautiful address) since 1890, this charming manor-house hotel with bottle-green wooden shutters and wrought-iron balconies oozes soul...
You’ll pray for snow at this Alpine chalet near Aiguille du Midi cable car, just so you can curl up by the fire with a chocolat chaud and unwind in the sauna and whirlpool...
Le Faucigny Hotel De Charme
This bijou hotel is a slice of minimalist Alpine cool, with its charcoal-white rooms and slate-walled spa...
Art Hotel Chambéry
There’s nothing artistic about this hotel, with its flag-lined concrete facade, drab rooms and the rumble of trains. That said, it is well-run, cheap and central, located halfway between the town’s centre and the train station.
Le Vert Hotel
Self-proclaimed ‘Chamonix’ house of sports and creativity’, this party house, 1km south of town, has no-frills rooms, some with microscopically small bathrooms...
Hotel Gourmets Et Italy
This mustard-yellow building with table-clad balcony, wooden shutters painted turquoise and a clutch of rooms oozes style...
Hôtel Du Château
Nestled at the foot of the castle, this hotel’s trump card is its sun-drenched, panoramic breakfast terrace. Rooms are small but sweet, with their pine furniture and pastel tones.
Grand Hôtel Des Alpes
This grand old dame goes down in the chronicles of Chamonix history as one of the resort’s first (built in 1840) and finest. The wood-panelled rooms exude timeless elegance...
You’ll receive the warmest of welcomes at this gorgeous chalet-style hotel, right at the foot of the slopes in Les Houches (7km west of central Chamonix). Rooms are sleek, spotless and draped with Egyptian cotton linen...
Le Pré Carré
One of Annecy’s chicest hotels, Le Pré Carré keeps things contemporary with muted colours in rooms with balconies or terraces, a spa and a business corner. The staff know Annecy inside out so you’re in very good hands.
Hôtel Vallée Blanche
A bright candy-pink exterior, green neon, a red telephone box outside and a very central location make the so-called White Valley Hotel hard to miss...
Hôtel Des Alpes
This bubblegum-pink hotel in Annecy’s centre has well-lit rooms with squeaky-clean bathrooms. It’s reasonably quiet despite being on a busy street.