The hotel is very nice with lots of character and spacious rooms. Spa is also quite good. The best things would be the service, especially reception staff who will try their best to make your stay enjoyable.But the restaurant is a real fiasco! I'm certain that the chef who gained this Michelin star is no longer there. Or perhaps they have found some very mediocre replacement for the quiter season. Whatever the reason, it's far from good. They wouldn't even bother to ask why chidren didn't touch their steaks (burnt black and cold!). It's a shame really. Check before proceed with the booking if they have done any changes in the restaurant or as an alternative go for a good pizzeria around the corner! In general, the hotel is not bad at all but could do a bit better for 5 stars.
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- Welcome to the Mont Blanc Hotel Village!In the heart of western Alps at the foot of Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Europe, awaits a corner of Paradise for your holidays.The Mont Blanc Hotel Village, built of stone and wood and designed like a tiny mountain village, is at 1,040 metres a.s.l. in Aosta Valley, at the edge of the small village of La Salle. ... more less
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