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Altitude Hotel, Val d'Isere

Comfortable hotel at the foot of the legendary Bellevarde ski run

"Excellent" 120 Verified Reviews trust you logo
Service 92 / 100 World class service.
Location 87 / 100 Location is great.
Breakfast 79 / 100 Good breakfast.
Amenities 78 / 100 Good amenities.
Vibe 76 / 100 Good vibe.
Food 57 / 100 Food is average.
Room 51 / 100 Rooms are ok.
Comfort 39 / 100 Not very comfortable.

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"Friendly atmosphere"
"Nice building"
"Parking is rare"
"Friendly service"
"Very Good" 120 Verified Reviews trust you logo
Service 87 / 100 Great service.
Breakfast 79 / 100 Good breakfast.
Amenities 76 / 100 Good amenities.
Vibe 76 / 100 Good vibe.
Room 56 / 100 Rooms are ok.

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"Nice building"
"Fantastic service"
"Great amenities"
"Tasty breakfast"
"Very Good" 120 Verified Reviews trust you logo
Location 87 / 100 Location is great.
Room 47 / 100 Rooms are not good.

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"More comfort would be nice"
"Great location"

A great find in Val d'Isere. It boasts an impressive modern yet charming lobby and lounge/bar area, largely styled in wood, an appeal that extends to the rooms.

The hotel's location is fantastic from the outset - even a complete beginner could probably slide as far as the lifts without having their first tumble! Furthermore you have great views over 'La Face', the famous ski run, and the hotel is just a short distance across the bottom of the pistes from the town centre as well.

The hotel itself, as you would expect, has a wide range of facilities including a useful(!) sauna and hammam - you'll earn it - and gym, a meeting and seminar room, and a relaxing bar area. Many of the rooms have balconies with sunshine for the south-facing ones and great views over the town for those north-facing.

The hotel itself is very family orientated and the rooms accommodate extra beds, whilst children under 6 may stay free (B&B) if sharing their parents room. For a 3* of this quality the prices are probably amoungst the lowest in the resort for this class of hotel. If you are seeking quality and and a bargain do not miss out (many will pay more for less) - although you will be vying with the many returning clients for a room.

The Pool

The hotel boasts an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by a sunny terrace, as well as a wellness area with sauna, steam room and fitness room.

The Bar

The lounge, bar and fireplace combine authenticity and conviviality. Listen to music by the fire while you relax. Board games and card games are available for children.

The Restaurant

The restaurant serves traditional Savoyard cuisine in a warm but modern setting. Open for dinner from 19:00 to 21:00 to guests and non-guests alike, here they also serve a great buffet breakfast to guests. In summer it is also open for lunch on the terrace, including BBQ.

What's nearby?

Towns nearby

Val d'Isere centre is an array of lovely shops, restaurants, chalets, hotels and apartments. With beautiful views of the surrounding mountains this bustling village centre is nestled into the valley. Classic chalet style hotels and buildings constructed with stone and wood give the centre of Val d'isere a traditional and warm feel. The centre of Val d'Isere is where the heart of the resort lies and with the beautiful high street, lovely buildings and magnificent surrounding mountains it is easy to see why it remains a popular destination for many.

Restaurants nearby

With an eclectic mix of restaurants to choose from in the centre of Val d'Isere there will be something to suit everyone's taste buds. Local French restaurants can be found dotted around the high street along with sushi restaurants, Italian restaurants and the more traditional Savoyard restaurants. 

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Sights nearby

The Vanoise National Park is accessible from Val d'Isere and is well worth a hike over to in the summer months. It's a protected area of natural beauty and you're sure to spot some of the local wildlife on your visit. 

Things to Do nearby

In the winter the centre of Val d'Isere is a buzzing and vibrant place to be. Boutique, designer and sports shops line the high street, restaurants and bars welcome guests from the cold outside and intricate ice sculptures can often be seen dotted around the pavements. With the regular bus services to and from the Rond Point giving access to both the Solaise and Bellevarde ski area, to La Daille and to Le Fornet you can hop on the bus and be at a ski area within minutes. 

The summer welcomes beautiful sunshine, green trees and plenty to do. Mountain biking is a popular acitivity in the summer time with lift access from Val d'Isere to Tignes you can explore the various trails and routes the mountain has to offer. There are also several walking and hiking routes that you can do giving you the freedom to explore the mountains and their breathtaking secenery. Plenty of summer activities can be enjoyed that are perfect for families and groups; you can even jump in the car and in just a short drive over to Tignes indulge in a spot of summer skiing on the Glacier. The centre of Val d'Isere is much quieter in the summer but it still has a lot to offer. The sports centre is open all year round so there is access to the swimming pool and gym, as well as some of the sports shops and restaurants on the high street opening their doors.  

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Lifts/Pistes nearby

The centre of Val d'Isere has easy access to the Solaise and Olympique lifts which take you respectively towards the Pissaillas glacier or towards the linked ski area of Tignes - forming the huge Espace Killy ski area.   

Also see: Ski Areas in Val d'Isere, France

Nightlife nearby

There is a bustling nightlife scene in Val d'Isere, from lively bars and lounges at apres ski to nightclubs where you can dance until daylight. Whether you're looking for a more refined place to drink, or a dancing on tables kind of bar, there is literally something for everyone here!

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Visitor comments

  • "Warm and welcoming, traditional alpine hotel in great position with easy access to the slopes. Nicolas, the owner is the perfect host, as are his staff, they made our stay truly memorable. The food is delicious, and we loved the cheese trolley every night too! In all a fab stay, we will return!" - Trip Advisor
  • "Lovely hotel and excellent staff. This lovely, recently renovated hotel, is warm with lots of French Alps charm and a twist of modern. The staff is fantastic and ready to help you with anything from ski area recommendations, weather reports, rentals, or great wine recommendations at dinner. The staff goes out of their way to make you feel like part of their family. Rooms were lovely and if you're lucky enough to book on the upper floors, you get your own balcony with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. This hotel is ski in/out and a 5 min walk to town." - Trip Advisor
  • "A gem of a hotel. Pleasant rooms with good facilities, though might have had problems with the number of sockets had there been two of us. Food excellent with ample adjustment to dietary needs. Very friendly staff." - Trip Advisor


  • Outdoors
  • Balcony
  • Spa / Fitness / Beauty
  • Hair-dryers
  • Gym / Fitness area
  • Hammam / Steam-room
  • Sauna
  • Pool (outdoor)
  • Entertainment
  • Free WiFi
  • Satellite TV
  • Telephone
  • Social Spaces
  • Drinks bar
  • Restaurant
  • Creature Comforts
  • Open fire
  • Ski / Boot room
  • Parking
  • Parking on property


  • Bookings for
  • Childcare / Babysitting
  • Lift Passes
  • Massage / Beauty Treatments
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Ski / Snowboard Hire
  • Ski / Snowboard Lessons
  • Catering
  • Breakfast


  • Open Seasons
  • Summer
  • Winter
  • Address
  • Route de la Balme
  • 73150
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