A good place to stay when visiting the Aosta valley. Great service, clean rooms, nice view over Aosta. I wished they served dinner, but you can find a decent restaurants 200 meters up the street (smart to book table).
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included
A nice hotel with a sort of old "mountain woodworker " theme. It has free parking, it has a lift, it has a great wellness centre, it has an unbelievable breakfast. It does not serve dinner and it is not in Aosta. Porossan (where it is located) is a suburb up hilly roads which always seemed to confuse me and you must go out to get dinner. So, great for a rest and wellness, but a bit of a business to get into town.
As a group of 18, we had specific demands (arriving early, breakfast upon arival,...) which was no problem for the staff. Very quiet, nice and beautiful hotel, with fantastic breakfast and nice rooms. Location is not in the centre, but on a hill, with a beautiful view on the region. Also, the spa is nice and clean.
Aosta is a good point to discover Valle d'Aosta and visit nearby skiresorts and Milleluci could be a nice place to stay while there. It has it´s pros but also a considerable amount of cons. The property is in a quiet place near the city but it is in no way a city center hotel. You have to walk a while the steep hills to get to the center and attractions of Aosta. I do recommend having a car, especially if go skiing with the cable car from Aosta to Pila, there is a very good small ski resort for all tastes. The cable car station is on the side of the city but has plenty of oparking space. We walked to the city a couple of times with our 5 year old son and it was ok for us, we liked the views and serenity of the hotel. The big minus with the location is the absence of a restaurant in or even very near the hotel. Do book the table in the restaurant you are going to to avoid extra walking around if no tables available. The hotel staff will be happy to do this for you and they also can recommend restaurants for you for your taste. The suite is lacking some basic things like a coat rack etc., but otherwise the spacious barthroom with bathtub and two sinks is super (except for the shower curtain, which does NOT belong to a hotel at this price level), the spacious parlour and two balconies and superb views are pure luxury. Some of the furniture are not so functional, some things are chosen purely for the aesthetics and that is noot good if you ask me. Function should always be first. With children the hotel could be nice in summer (very nice outdoor pool and a decent playground), but in winter it is a bit problematic. There is a decent spa area with Finnish and steam saunas and indoor jacuzzi (quite cold water!) and outdoor jacuzzi (warm but a bit worn out), but all this is prohibited for children under 16 years. This is a challenge since in winter time there is no alternative for the kids so this also restrains the use of the nice spa from the parents quite a bit. This is more of a romantic choice for couples or a haven of tranquility for the elderly, but not that suitable arrangement for families. But still, I could come back some day (summer time) with my family, but for ski trips I will choose something else next time for purely practical reasons. The price for Italian hotel is high and I think you do not quite get what this price and **** suggests, at least in winter time and with family that is. And the lack of basic amenities like restaurant are just not acceptable on this level.
This hotel did not live up to expectations. Yes I could live with its quirky decor but for a 4 star hotel the sound proofing was very poor! Just imagine terra cotta tiles and skiers boots! The staff were excellent as was the breakfast.
Wonderful hotel! We were there in October and it was not busy at all. Loved the large room with two beds. The breakfast was extensive and delicious. The staff was charming, engaging and friendly. Very comfortable hotel overall and we really hope to return soon.
The hotel is a bit difficult to find, but once you figure it out this is no longer a problem.