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Saint Hubertus Resort
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Reviewed 17 February 2012

Saint Hubertus is truly a resort, tucked in a beautiful corner of Cervenia with views of the Matterhorn from nearly every window. I recently spent a blissful 7 days here, and enjoyed every minute. The hotel itself presents a wonderful dichotomy as it’s a decadently chic and elegantly designed resort (with every amenity from hot towels in your bathroom to a full service spa that would rival anything I find in NYC on Fifth Avenue), but it also feels like you are walking into a friend’s home where you are welcomed with a warm open fireplace and intimate seating areas. The website photo album should definitely be reviewed (but the photos don’t do it justice). The room we stayed in was a two bedroom apartment with a kitchen and two gorgeous stone bathrooms. The service was unmatched as well. Roundtrip service down the hill to town or to the mountain was supplied at a moment’s notice (but the walk is only about 5 mins). KS

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Kelly S
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Cerviniahubertus, Director of Sales at Saint Hubertus Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 27 February 2012

Thank you so muc for all the wonderful insights on our magical resort. it was so much fun having you here and we truely hope you will be back again. Our Very Best

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Reviewed 11 February 2012

This hotel in the forests above Cervinia offers the comfort and intimacy of a private hunting lodge, with its roaring stone fireplaces, leather and rustic timber handcrafted furniture and blend of granite glass and timber decor.
Rooms are apartment style, spacious, light and comfortably furnished, with hand hewn marble bathrooms, separate sleeping and living rooms and ingenious well equipped kitchenettes ideal for the occasional breakfast or light meal, with fridge, ceramic hobs, dishwasher, sink and a good supply of dining and cooking utensils. Rooms also come with sheepskin rugs, welcome nespresso machines, flat screen tvs, iPod docking stations, free wireless (although ours needed boosting which defeated the local technician but which would soon be fixed) and a good supply of Hermes toiletries, thick towels, bathrobes etc and rustic furniture as well as a fireplace with replenished wood supply.
Public areas, reception, bar and comfortable lounge and dining areas are very inviting, in a modern contemporary style. The resort has a large indoor swimming pool and spa pools with splendid views to Mt Cervino/Matterhorn, sauna and massage areas, as well as a well equipped gym with glass floor over the pool. Timber flooring, with dark slate walls and comfortable white leather loungers, subtle lighting and ambient music make this an attractive retreat after a days skiing. The pool itself has enough toys to ease the aches and pains with waterfall, spa jets, coloured mood lighting and a river current system to provide a thorough work out even for Ian Thorpe.
But these are only the physical aspects which set the tone for the resort. It's the staff, the food and service which make this such a unique and special place. Right from the initial exchange of emails you are made to feel welcome. Booking arrangements are responded to enthusiastically, the driver waiting at the airport courteous and professional and the welcome on arrival very genuine. Staff are friendly, very helpful without being intrusive. Nothing is too much trouble and the car to take you down to the village, to pick you up or even go back for things you've forgotten is an amazing unexpected luxury. They will happily take you to restaurants in the village, collect you or simply take your skis back to the lodge if you want to stay and walk the 500m back later. Perhaps because there weren't too many guests the week we were there, the driver will fetch your skis from the well equiped ski room where each apartment has its own locker and boot dryer, and place them in the car for the trip to the chairlift.
The resort has a small bar area off the main lobby, tended by a very knowledgeable and friendly somelier and which provides a great spot to linger over an aperitif or sample the digestifs, many home brewed in the mountains, after a filling evening meal. No one seems to keep track of how many you try and often the bottle is left for you to help yourself, there's no signing of chits or citing room numbers, you're treated as a house guest and when it comes to check out the extras are always much lower than you anticipate. As well as the drinks, the resort has fully adopted the Italian custom of providing plates of assorted antipasti, particularly the local smoked or air dried hams and cheeses which are left on the bar for you to help yourself.
Breakfast includes a wide assortment of cold meats, cheeses, fruits, muselis, various breads, croissants and pastries, with a supply of fresh oranges and juicer and excellent coffee with a temptation to linger by the fire rather than hit the slopes. Although the resort's intimate restaurant is open only at weekends when an enterprising Genovese chef brings fresh fish from Ligurian coast, still alive and on ice, and local meats from the Aosta valley, at other times the obliging staff will serve dinner in your room. Choice is limited but quality excellent, each day there are a couple of entrees, one or two pasta dishes and two main courses, but in front of your own fire with the resort's selections of wines it certainly beats the pizza joints in the village.
No review of St Hubertus would be complete without a special mention of Betsy the dynamic American lady with fluent Italian who keeps the whole place operating at such a high level and for whom nothing it too much trouble. Whether its negotiating a helicopter to Zermatt, (too windy) fixing the wifi, ordering groceries or suggesting places the eat in the village, she was on hand at all times to assist to make our stay a tremendous experience.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 5 February 2012

Just on the way home after spending a couple of wonderful days at Saint Hubertus. It was a bit of a late, lucky find but we couldn't have wished for a better base for a weekend's skiing.

The place has recently been built and it's really stunning. Lovely open fires, lots of nice lounge areas, pool, spa, etc. The rooms were all different, but finished to an excellent standard - some even had their own open fire.

Service was super friendly, nothing was too much trouble and the restaurant suggestions were excellent.

If I return to Cervinia it will definitely be to Saint Hubertus!

  • Stayed: February 2012
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Thank dewgenenny
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Cerviniahubertus, Director of Sales at Saint Hubertus Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 27 February 2012

To our wonderful clients, thank you so much for the great compliments . It is a pleasure to have you here and you sincerely hope you enjoyed this magical resort. Thank you again!

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Reviewed 25 August 2011

The Saint Hubertus Resort in Cervinia has the potential to become one of the best retreats in the Alps. Although still an unfinished work it is a beautifully stylish and comfortable place to stay.
The rooms are superbly equipped, spacious and very very comfortable. You could be tempted to spend the entire holiday in your room were it not for the quality of the rest of the
resort.
Every detail is superbly finished and its location offers stunning views of Cervino (dont call it the Matterhorn!) and the Grand Murailles mountains.
The Macquignaz family have created
a real gem here which stands head
and shoulders above anything on the Italian side of the mountain, and offers a genuinely warm welcome.

  • Stayed: March 2011
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1  Thank muhz
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Reviewed 19 August 2011

This is a very interesting property with cool stone and wood design throughout, situated next door to the famous 5star Hotel Hermitage this hotel is run by the same family and has the appeal of a small boutique luxury lodge. It is only a short walk to the main center of town and the lifts, plus the owners are hands on and along with the front desk manager will do just about anything for you, shuttling you everywhere or making reservations or getting you pretty much whatever you want, real hands on service you would expect in a high end boutique hotel.

The rooms are not your standard hotel rooms but more like suites that are fully equipped, hint just make sure you get one with a standup shower as some have baths only with hand helds. When we stayed the pool/spa was not quite ready but it looked awesome and they were completing a full service restaurant in the lower level which would add to the features. Also, they serve a great breakfast with all kinds of cakes, meats, cheeses, eggs, juice etc just what you need to get started for a full ski day. The other bonus is the owners also run a slopeside restaraunt called Tuktu up at the top of the gondola at Plain Maison and you can get a preference for the hard to get reservation lunch table in the best location on the mountain!!

Very unique and cool property for the discriminating traveler.

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled with family
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Thank PatrickCT14
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