The Hotel Dolonne is situated in the charming little village of Dolonne, just outside of the main resort of Courmayeur. Only a quick walk from the main Dolonne cable car with a convenient ski run back down into the village, the hotel is a quieter option in a quaint, 16th-century fortified house. Boasting 32 spacious and uniquely decorated rooms, the beautiful stonework throughout is a clear indication of the hotel's history whilst modern comforts bring the hotel into the 21st century. Featuring a homely restaurant serving authentic local dishes, as well as a cosy lounge area with an open fireplace. Hotel Dolonne is ideal for relaxing after a hard day’s skiing.
What we like about Hotel Dolonne Courmayeur
- 16th-century fortified house - ancient walls, vaulted ceilings and plenty of history
- Roaring fires keep the hotel lovely and warm
- Quiet nooks all over the place to find a little quiet time
- The hotel is in the village of Dolonne, you can ski back to the village but it's roughly 900 meters to Courmayeur town
- There is a cable car in the Dolonne village giving easy access to the ski area
- There is a bus which runs from the village to Courmayeur if you don't fancy the walk
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Situated in the village of Dolonne, the Hotel Dolonne is just a few minutes from the Dolonne cable car, which goes to Plan Checrouit. There is also a convenient ski run back down to the village.
Distance to lifts400m, 5 minute walk
Distance to town1.2km, 18 minute walk
Ski regionMont Blanc
Hotel Dolonne, Courmayeur, is within a traditional fortified house and as such each room is individual meaning there are no set room categories. Rooms can sleep between two and four people depending on configuration. Decor wise the rooms are simple in design but each clean and traditional, expect warm and cosy rather than the height of luxury.
- Close to Dolonne cable car
- Restaurant serving local Italian dishes
- Lounge bar with fireplace
- Tea room serving a range of herbal teas
- Conference rooms accommodating between 15 and 25 people
- Car parking
- Complimentary WiFi
- Concierge service
- Shuttle bus service
Resort height - 1,225m
Highest point - 2,755m
Ski areaCourmayeur - 39km of piste
Although not the largest area there are plenty of off-piste runs to explore. If you're a fan of mountain restaurants, you will be in heaven.
Blue runs 27%
Red runs 59%
Black runs 14%
Lifts - 18
Season length - November to April
Beginners - 1/5
Intermediates - 4/5
Experts - 3/5
Snowboarders - 3/5
Families - 2/5
Après - 4/5
Eating out - 4/5
Charm - 4/5
Curling | dog sledding | golf on snow | paragliding | snow biking | snow shoeing | sports centre with climbing wall, squash and tennis
Geneva - 1 hour 30 minutes
Turin - 2 hours
Transfers from Geneva pass through the Mont Blanc Tunnel. Shared transfers will often change vehicles just outside Chamonix so don't be surprised if you're asked to change vans here.
If you hire a car there is a toll cost to pass through the tunnel at around €57 per car (return) and then around €10 in standard toll road charges.
Courmayeur local lift pass
3 day lift pass from £126
6 day lift pass from £229
You can also buy a Mont Blanc Unlimited pass which includes neighbouring Chamonix and gives you a discount on a bus through the Mont Blanc tunnel to Chamonix and back (approx €15 return). The bus timetable can be found here.
Mont Blanc Unlimited lift pass
3 day lift pass from £134
6 day lift pass from £221
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