Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Saint-Rhemy-en-Bosses does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Des Alpes, a nice option for travelers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Des Alpes offer a flat screen TV, extra long beds, and a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service, baggage storage, and outdoor furniture. Guests of Hotel Des Alpes are also welcome to enjoy a hot tub and an on-site restaurant. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Ristorante Arp du Jeu, Grand Golliat, and Le Relais du Pelerin, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Hotel Des Alpes looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Saint-Rhemy-en-Bosses.
We came to this hotel as guests of a family that were staying there for their holidays. The place is warm and welcoming and spacious. We came into a big room with couches and chairs, for then going through a bar area and finally ending up in the dining section. The menu was limited to few dishes, but basics for the kids or any wishes for the ones having intolerance or allergies were possible. The hotel seems managed by a family, at the time of our meal the responsible was the wife of the couple who was very kindly serving us (but lacking a bit of energy). We ate an appetizer of a small crostino and some cold cuts, we could choose among three different primi piatti which quality varied a bit. We got a soup with beans and cereals which was ok tasty but lacking salt and olive oil, at least. Some ravioli in tomato sauce which were ok, but not extraordinary and some rolled of pasta which was incredibly dried, sadly (instead of being creamy and enriched in a lovely cheese and bechamel sauce) The price for the dishes was in line with the prices of the valley - although I would consider them slightly high if one thing of the quality. They costed around 11 euro and they were definitely not amazing dishes. Finally, we had also a secondo. Some could take a vegetable pie, some some wild boar stew and I had a brasato. The latter two dishes were served with polenta. Some small vegetables were served together with all dishes. The plating was a bit 80s style with decorative carrots and parsley, plus these little bites of broccoli did seem to leave the time standing still in those days. My meat was very good, if I would have know that there was polenta served with it I would have definitely not taken the pasta. The final touch we got was the opportunity to taste a lot of desserts, mostly cakes and bites of pannacotta and creme caramel. The cakes were mostly typical "Italian breakfast cakes" (in my mind), nice, but maybe a bit dry, however served with some delicious creams. The pannacotta was outstanding. We ended up the dinner with digestives and coffee, also a kid variant for the kids in a very lovely service handled then by the husband of the couple, who is definitely the soul of the place. All together a very pleasant meal, offered with great flexibility of the owners in a nice warm and welcoming hotel. Mostly the food should have a bit higher level and care considering the price, with better consistency thorough the whole meal. I can understand that this is a pearl for families or in general for the guests of the hotel, who can conveniently eat at a very decent restaurant without having to go around too much and seek some place.…
Leo has been a wonderful host in his hotel where the atmosphere is wonderful and the surroundings are beautiful. The food is extraordinary and the wine card very well chosen. It has been a pleasure staying there. I will certainly return. L’accueil était formidable et la nourriture excellente, tout ça dans un cadre fantastique.
The hotel has nice views from the room with small balcony. The room was spacious and very clean. Good bathroom. We ate in the restaurant which was quite disappointing. Some very strange pink risotto as made with beetroot that tasted odd. The vegetables on the main were overcooked. A tough cake for dessert with whole coffee raw beans on top!
Stayed here last year and wrote how much we enjoyed our stay. So much so we rebooked to stay again this year and enjoy the facilities for our skiing trip. A very warm and friendly lovely hotel. The staff make you fell welcome and cannot be more helpful. The rooms are warm as you want. The food is really very good Italian cooking with an extensive buffet spread to start followed by three variations for each three dinner courses on the menu which you choose at breakfast. The lounge area on the first floor is large and has a lovely roaring log burner to make it very cosy. The boot room is undergoing refurbishment at the moment but it is adequate for your needs. The Hotel des Alpes is not new and is only three star rated so do not expect high class five star facilities, you will need to spend more money! Value for money this is an excellent hotel with staff, friendliness, comfort and good food!! would definitely come back and stay again.…
I stayed here for 1 night towards the end of a 3 week hike around Alta Via 1 & 2. Very friendly welcome by owner & family. Lovely huge room with wonderful views from the balcony. Clean bathroom with soft towels & nice toiletries. Dinner & breakfast were also very good - I'm a vegetarian & it was absolutely no trouble at all to adapt the menu. I would definitely stay longer next time & enjoy some local day walks.