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I have a thing about the alps and the fresh air. I remember passing this hotel as a kid every time we drove from the UK to Naples. Now all grown up, the last few years we have always stopped the night here. It's not...More
The property, the location, the restaurant, everything was amazing! We were lucky to be there in the last weekend of the season and the weather cold enough to present us with snowfalls two days before our trip! Staff was very kind and helpful, rooms were...More
This is a nice hotel/hostal on the top of the Alps, right on the border between Valais and Italy. There is nothing else around the hotel - besides an hospice run by the monks since many centuries, so it is a very unique place.
Although on a main road, once dusk arrives, the quiet settles in. We stayed in a double room facing Italy. Rooms are recently updated and the style is simple but classy. Breakfast was included and we enjoyed local specialties. Staff was very kind and dinner...More
First of all, it's important to know that I called at least 10 times to check-up on the waiting list, since we needed to accomodate an extra 2 people and there were no availabilities. They were always very kind on the phone, and patient...they went...More
$147 - $160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello, we would like to visit and spend the night in this place in June, but I am uncertain about the road leading there. We will come from Troyes, we are from the UK and we are not use to high places to drive. Any suggestions will do, please. We want to see the monastery and the dogs, as we once had our dog Megan from this breed. Any opening times or helping links will be very useful.Thank you
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We crossed the Great St Bernard Pass at the beginning of September 2014 by bicycle as part of a cycle tour from Canterbury to Rome. The road was superb all the way from the valley floor at Martigny. The Pass is closed by... More
We crossed the Great St Bernard Pass at the beginning of September 2014 by bicycle as part of a cycle tour from Canterbury to Rome. The road was superb all the way from the valley floor at Martigny. The Pass is closed by snow for much of the year but is usually open from mid-June at the latest. We decided to stay at the Auberge de L'Hospice and we felt it was the best day in our entire journey of 1300+ miles!
Apart from the majestic scenery the Hospice has a wonderful history and it is worth taking some time to absorb the magic of the place. And, of course, the dogs are wonderful.