We stayed at Hotel Du Clocher four nights in March 2013. The hotel is a family run business and it is tiny. 10-12 rooms in total.
It was exactly what we were after though: a good cosy clean room, ensuite bathroom with hot shower, somewhere to store our snowboards and boots at the end of the day and a good basic breakfast.
The hotel is VERY central - literally 2 minutes walk to the main shopping street and restaurants. Max 5 minutes walk to the Brevent ski lift and to the bus stop if you want to go to other slopes (we can highly recommend going by bus no. 11 to Flegere...)
The madame who runs the hotel is a really nice lady and we had a very good stay.
I can highly recommend this hotel to anyone who is looking for a good clean central budget hotel whilst skiing in Chamonix.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming family run hotel in this converted town house in the centre of Chamonix. Set in a quiet streets, this converted town house is well situated close to the shops and restaurants, public transport, ski school and the 'Maison de la Montagne'. Also, with easy access to the ski slopes of Le Savoy and Le Brevent and la Flegere ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Du Clocher Hotel