Hotels Near Coeur De Bois In Aosta

3.7/510 Reviews
0.25km from Coeur de Bois
Beautiful village!!! The hotel was cozy and the staff friendly. The rooms are big and clean. Great shower and they have products in the bathroom. Big and comfortable bed. Beautiful front view of the Italian Alps from the room window. The air conditioning was regular, not cool, fresh. The breakfast was ok but not much variety. The village is quiet and safe to walk. Like 10 minutes walk you have a variety of places to eat and drink some wine. The stores apparently close early.
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5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.49km from Coeur de Bois
Located in the historic centre of Aosta, Le Reve Charmant offers elegant mountain-style accommodation with ski storage. Located in an area full of shops and restaurants, the property is 750 metres from Aosta Train Station.With typical Alpine wooden furniture, rooms here feature free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom includes a shower and free toiletries.A sweet and savoury breakfast buffet is served daily. There is also a bar on site.Le Reve Charmant is a 30-minute drive from Cogne and Courmayeur.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.5km from Coeur de Bois
I will disclose my preconception (based on experience) first. Italian hotels are very often disappointing for the price paid. It's a hotel market unlike the rest of Europe - out dated, old fashioned style, relatively unchallenged by the positive (and negative) changes brought by the bigger hotel groups over the past 15 years. I would have rated HB Aosta average anywhere else, but I have tipped it up a notch because I really doubt I would have found anywhere better for the price. It is the 3rd hotel that I have stayed at in the Val d'Aosta in the past year, and each has confirmed my experience. Positives: - staff are lovely across the board (except when exasperated by their guests' dietary requirements) - location is fantastic. Right in the old town, but set one alley back meaning a peaceful setting. Be aware that you need to pass through the first set of 'no cars' signs when entering what seems to be a pedestrian street. After 40m, before the full no-entry sign, you turn left down a signposted alley to find the hotel - rooms are functional and modern. Good coffee machines. - late check-out for a reasonable supplement was helpfully agreed. So what are the problems: - it's not cheap. I paid €200 per night for a large room (junior suite). In fairness, all the extras were minimal cost (parking €5, reasonable drink prices, coffee machines on tap etc). Also other hotels in Aosta seem to be pricier than you would expect for a small European city. - 2 mornings out of 4 we had no hot water. That's a big fail for a hotel. - breakfast was OK range, but odd quality. Scrambled eggs were delicious but ranged from tepid to actually fridge cold. Do they make them the night before? - the pillows on the bed were so uncomfortable. Like slabs. One was too few, 2 was too much. Slept v v badly. Strangely, I have rarely seen slab pillows like this except in BOTH the other hotels I stayed at in the Val d'Aosta. Is it a local thing? - the hotel describes itself as 'a new hotel with modern rooms'. It's not new. I would be surprised if it is less than 5 years old, more like 10. The grouting around the bath was black. - set menus for dinner were a hassle. I have big sympathy that we were a group with varying requirements, but this is their business. You just offer a vegetarian alternative for every course. Unfortunately, it just felt much more complicated. I told the hotel 3x that we didn't eat pork. We were served veal. Fried with bacon. Explaining again that we don't eat pork received the reply 'I know. That's bacon'. So no main course for me... Likewise offering octopus on a no-choice menu without a vegetarian alternative is very odd in 2019. Overall, the food quality was OK - but their set menu approach needs thought. I would stay again (possibly bringing my own pillows). I saw nothing better in Aosta, and plenty worse.
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0/50 Reviews
0.62km from Coeur de Bois
With a stay at Aosta Centre Apartments - Martinet 17, you'll be centrally located in Aosta, just a 4-minute walk from Aosta Cathedral and 10 minutes by foot from Teatro Romano Ruins. This apartment is 1.3 mi (2 km) from Aosta-Pila Cable Car and 13.4 mi (21.6 km) from Gran Paradiso National Park.This smoke-free apartment offers offsite parking.Featured amenities include express check-in and express check-out.Make yourself at home in one of the 3 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and stovetops. Flat-screen televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected.
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4.7/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.74km from Coeur de Bois
Pros: Centrally located in the busy restaurant/shopping area of Aosta. Walking distance to shops/square. Modern room with full amenities. Exceptionally kind owner/manager that was very helpful. Cons: Hidden Costs. 20 EUR cleaning fee that wasn't communicated until after the booking. Strict check-in hours. We were waiting outside the gate (with kids) in the rain for 10 minutes and told to wait. Located in a private street so driving up to the property requires prior authorization. Wi-Fi doesn't work. Either way I highly recommend it.
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5/5Perfect11 Reviews
1.42km from Coeur de Bois
The family-run Hotel Le Pageot is in Aosta, 250 metres from Aosta Station and 500 metres from Pila cable car. It offers free Wi-Fi and free parking.The modern-style rooms at Le Pageot are air conditioned and come with TV, wooden floors, and a private bathroom with a shower. A safe is also provided.Hotel Le Pageot is also 150 metres from the old town pedestrian area, with plenty of shops and restaurants, and 300 metres from the archaeological area. The hotel's staff will suggest you some nearby restaurants where you can dine at discounted rates.The Aosta-Est motorway exit is 2 km away, and the Gran Paradiso national Park is a 30-minute drive from the property. The pedestrian area is a few steps away and the archaeological site can be reached in a few minutes' walk.  The recently renewed rooms perfectly reflect the Pageots’s modern and rational style. Fully equipped with modern facilities.  Hotel Le Pageot has no restaurant, but can suggest some restaurants nearby where you can dine at discounted rates.
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4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.7km from Coeur de Bois
We stayed here for several nights this summer as we were exploring Mt. Blanc and related areas. The hotel is located very close to the edge of the old town and is itself in a historic area just next to the beautiful historic footbridge shown in the photos. Our room was on the top floor and had a lovely balcony and window with views of the mountains. The room was simple but very clean. Perhaps the nicest part of this hotel is the charming family that owns the hotel. The family has owned it "forever" and continues to be operated by the family. We came to appreciate the hotel even more after we heard their story, as well as the explanation of the historic photos in the stairwells (I'll let you ask them about that!). Breakfast is served on the lower terrace next to the old bridge. It is okay, not luxe. If you like a small family hotel this is a good choice if you are not looking for luxury, but want a good location. For those with cars, there is pay parking available in public spaces. We parked our car on the street for free with little problem to find a spot in July.
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4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.74km from Coeur de Bois
Me and my wife spent 3 days 2 nights and it was the most amazing time.the estate is run by a really wonderful family that has taken hospitality to the next level. I have never met anyone so passionate at what they do and w so.much joy.. the whole place was filled w joy and laughter and it filtered into everyone that was staying here. The facility has been upgraded to have the modern necessities but is still able to have that country charm like no other.. A must if u r to visit alosta valley for a ski or hike or a getaway. This is hospitality at its finest.
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3.7/510 Reviews
2.23km from Coeur de Bois
My friend and I enjoyed 4 nights’ half board here, and it was a delight. From our welcome at arrival, everything was perfect. Comfortable rooms, of course, an amazing choice of buffet breakfast, delicious dinner menu, and very good selection of wines, with most attentive service. All staff were genuinely committed to providing a contented guest experience, and it was a family friendly hotel, also. In addition, the hotel boasts a gym, jacuzzi, and indoor and outdoor pools. The hotel is slightly further from the town centre than some, but was within easy walking distance for us. We thoroughly recommend it to all visitors to Aosta
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.49km from Coeur de Bois
Located along the SS27 road just 3 km from Aosta Train Station, La Roche Hotel Apartments is an intimate, Alpine-style property. It offers free Wi-Fi and classically furnished accommodation with an LCD TV.Rooms at La Roche come with a microwave and fridge, together with handmade local soaps and soft slippers in the en suite bathroom. The apartments and studios also have a kitchenette.Guests staying in rooms enjoy a generous breakfast is available daily.The Pila ski lifts are 3 km from the property. The A5 Autostrada della Valle d’Aosta motorway is a 15-minute drive away. Guests can use the on-site electric car charging station available on site.
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3.2/511 Reviews
4.79km from Coeur de Bois
Hotel Express Aosta East is just 500 metres from Aosta Gex Airport and next to the Aosta East A5 motorway exit. The historical centre and Roman ruins are 3 km away, and parking at the hotel is free.Spacious and air conditioned, guest rooms are fully soundproofed. Each includes a satellite TV, minibar and electric kettle, plus a fully equipped bathroom. Most rooms include a seating area with sofa.Aosta East Express Hotel is located in a shopping mall including a supermarket, fitness centre and beauty farm.Guests have a discount at the self-service Fini restaurant, just downstairs, while Valle d'Aosta specialities can be tasted at a partner farmhouse nearby.The cableway to the Pila ski resort is 3 km away from the hotel, and the Cervinia and Courmayeur ski slopes are a 40-minute drive away.Nearby you will find a 9-hole golf course open from February till November, and a small lake resort with beach, restaurant with bar, and heated swimming pool.
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Hotels Near Coeur De Bois In Aosta Review

3.7/510 Reviews
My friend and I enjoyed 4 nights’ half board here, and it was a delight. From our welcome at arrival, everything was perfect. Comfortable rooms, of course, an amazing choice of buffet breakfast, delicious dinner menu, and very good selection of wines, with most attentive service. All staff were genuinely committed to providing a contented guest experience, and it was a family friendly hotel, also. In addition, the hotel boasts a gym, jacuzzi, and indoor and outdoor pools. The hotel is slightly further from the town centre than some, but was within easy walking distance for us. We thoroughly recommend it to all visitors to Aosta
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4.7/510 Reviews
Pros: Centrally located in the busy restaurant/shopping area of Aosta. Walking distance to shops/square. Modern room with full amenities. Exceptionally kind owner/manager that was very helpful. Cons: Hidden Costs. 20 EUR cleaning fee that wasn't communicated until after the booking. Strict check-in hours. We were waiting outside the gate (with kids) in the rain for 10 minutes and told to wait. Located in a private street so driving up to the property requires prior authorization. Wi-Fi doesn't work. Either way I highly recommend it.
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4.6/510 Reviews
Me and my wife spent 3 days 2 nights and it was the most amazing time.the estate is run by a really wonderful family that has taken hospitality to the next level. I have never met anyone so passionate at what they do and w so.much joy.. the whole place was filled w joy and laughter and it filtered into everyone that was staying here. The facility has been upgraded to have the modern necessities but is still able to have that country charm like no other.. A must if u r to visit alosta valley for a ski or hike or a getaway. This is hospitality at its finest.
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4.5/510 Reviews
This hotel may only be 3* but it punches well above its weight. Rooms are spacious, in a chalet style. Clean, tidy, modern spacious shower/bathroom. Free Wi-fi & amply car parking which is also F.O.C. The staff are welcoming & very helpful. Nothing was too much trouble in making you feel at home. Their restaurant food was superb, a good choice of very traditional Italian cuisine. It was & felt homemade, the attention to detail was wonderful. Could happily have stayed much longer. Would definitely visit again when next in area. Great stopover for heading to France or Switzerland as both tunnels are within easy reach.
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4.5/510 Reviews
Hotel Milleluci is an attractive and highly recommended choice when exploring the Roman city of Aosta and the surrounding countryside. As for location, Hotel Milleluci offers a bit of a mixed blessing. Situated a somewhat steep ten to fifteen minute walk into the heart of historic Aosta and its many fine restaurants, cafes, and attractions, the hotel can’t lay claim to bring centrally located (though much public parking is available to those with wheels), but it does offer no shortage of tranquility as it looks down upon the buzz of the city. What is more, the Milleluci provides its guests with dreamy mountain views from its lounge and breakfast areas. We made use of this lovely setting on numerous occasions during our recent three night visit. Featuring thirty rooms, Hotel Milleluci sports an expansive and impressive piece of real estate. It features both above and below ground parking, a small play area for kids, two pools, sauna, and a large outdoor jacuzzi. One can also arrange for a massage. The hotel’s public areas are appealingly decorated in a rustic chalet style and guests have ample opportunity to find some private space, both indoors and out. One particularly appealing aspect of a stay at the Milleluci is the hotel’s daily afternoon buffet, featuring an assortment of tasty baked goods and coffee. What is more, the hotel has a well stocked bar which remains open until ten in the evening. We enjoyed a rather spacious double room during our stay. It was clean and came with a small balcony from which we could enjoy city and distant mountain views. Although the views were somewhat obscured by a tall tree, we still enjoyed having the balcony if only provide our room with an ample supply of fresh air. Our room came with a comfortable bed, a mini bar, ample closet space, plenty of lights, and several chairs. The room also featured a standing “smart” TV which offered the usual wide array of channels along with Netflix and YouTube. There was also a modest coffee service that featured Nescafé, though there were no real dairy capsules to accompany the coffee. Given the northerly location of the hotel, it is understandable that the Milleluci does not have air conditioning in its rooms. However, when one considers our steadily heating planet, it’s likely the hotel may need to reconsider this situation in the near future. Temperatures in the high twenties centigrade these days are not at all uncommon in the Valle d’ Aosta, and the hotel compromises its marketability to some extent without a.c. Our room, by the way. did have a fan, but it was rather noisy and not very effective. As regards the bathroom, it featured a large mirror and good lighting. It also featured several nice bath products and a bidet, but the latter placed the toilet in a rather awkward position, a bit too close to the shower curtain. Speaking of the shower, this was one of the few disappointments concerning a stay at the Milleluci. The showe
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4.4/510 Reviews
I will disclose my preconception (based on experience) first. Italian hotels are very often disappointing for the price paid. It's a hotel market unlike the rest of Europe - out dated, old fashioned style, relatively unchallenged by the positive (and negative) changes brought by the bigger hotel groups over the past 15 years. I would have rated HB Aosta average anywhere else, but I have tipped it up a notch because I really doubt I would have found anywhere better for the price. It is the 3rd hotel that I have stayed at in the Val d'Aosta in the past year, and each has confirmed my experience. Positives: - staff are lovely across the board (except when exasperated by their guests' dietary requirements) - location is fantastic. Right in the old town, but set one alley back meaning a peaceful setting. Be aware that you need to pass through the first set of 'no cars' signs when entering what seems to be a pedestrian street. After 40m, before the full no-entry sign, you turn left down a signposted alley to find the hotel - rooms are functional and modern. Good coffee machines. - late check-out for a reasonable supplement was helpfully agreed. So what are the problems: - it's not cheap. I paid €200 per night for a large room (junior suite). In fairness, all the extras were minimal cost (parking €5, reasonable drink prices, coffee machines on tap etc). Also other hotels in Aosta seem to be pricier than you would expect for a small European city. - 2 mornings out of 4 we had no hot water. That's a big fail for a hotel. - breakfast was OK range, but odd quality. Scrambled eggs were delicious but ranged from tepid to actually fridge cold. Do they make them the night before? - the pillows on the bed were so uncomfortable. Like slabs. One was too few, 2 was too much. Slept v v badly. Strangely, I have rarely seen slab pillows like this except in BOTH the other hotels I stayed at in the Val d'Aosta. Is it a local thing? - the hotel describes itself as 'a new hotel with modern rooms'. It's not new. I would be surprised if it is less than 5 years old, more like 10. The grouting around the bath was black. - set menus for dinner were a hassle. I have big sympathy that we were a group with varying requirements, but this is their business. You just offer a vegetarian alternative for every course. Unfortunately, it just felt much more complicated. I told the hotel 3x that we didn't eat pork. We were served veal. Fried with bacon. Explaining again that we don't eat pork received the reply 'I know. That's bacon'. So no main course for me... Likewise offering octopus on a no-choice menu without a vegetarian alternative is very odd in 2019. Overall, the food quality was OK - but their set menu approach needs thought. I would stay again (possibly bringing my own pillows). I saw nothing better in Aosta, and plenty worse.
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FromUS$87