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Hotel Savoia Debili
Ranked #23 of 31 Hotels in Sauze d'Oulx
Reviewed 6 May 2014

I have stayed here twice. Room was very nice and has everything we need .
Staff will help you in anyway possible. Just ask ,, Food was not as good as last year new chef but this will be addressed by next season location fantastic .i will be staying here next year >.

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank mlsouthport
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Reviewed 17 March 2014

Just returned and having read previous reviews was somewhat concered. However it was better than feared and I would stay agin. The hotels position is first class and you can't say fairer than that. Yes it's dated and a little would go a long way ,but the place was clean and tidy at all times. Food again was not that bad and the owners bent over backwards at all times to help. All in all a good time was had by all

Stayed: March 2014, travelled with friends
4  Thank Marshall H
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Reviewed 16 March 2014 via mobile

Despite being very clean, having good size rooms and being very well located for the slopes this hotel was very disappointing. It's location close to a number of bars means constant noise during the evening. The walls of the hotel are also paper thin so you can hear everything (and I mean everything!) and our room (no 20) only had a bath. The food was our biggest issue with most of our evening meals being stone cold, bland and not enough of it. Despite complaining the most they could manage was luke warm pasta. The salad bar and desserts were good though. Few other bug bearing issues was the charge for wifi (€10 for week per room) which didn't work unless you were sat in the lobby. Also charging €20 per person per day to use the spa was ridiculous and should be included within the price like at other ski hotels we have been to. The staff, particular Angela and Adam were very good and did have to put up with constant complaints although not their fault.

Stayed: March 2014, travelled with friends
Thank gillychatterbox
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Reviewed 3 March 2014 via mobile

Didn't run out of hot water, or toilet rolls all week - so what more do you need? The hotel is quite basic but we were there to ski not float around the hotel spa and bars in our complimentary dressing gowns. Food was good - they didn't seem to mind you loading your pockets with biscuits etc at breakfast and they even provided a breakfast at 5am on departure day. Evening meal was usually good, specially salad bar and puddings. Bit quirky being summoned by 7.30pm dinner bell - don't be late as half of salad bar will have disappeared - and staff were all helpful and pleasant.
Five minutes (max) to ski lifts makes this place ideal.

Stayed: March 2014, travelled with friends
Thank Spadgerboy
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Reviewed 24 February 2014

Just returned from a week at this hotel . Was worried after reading several reviews and can relate to a few of them . The hotel is in an ideal location if you want to be close to the lifts and bars/ restauants .The flip side to this is that you have to put up with revellers walking around in the early hours until about 4.30 making different levels of noise . Just down the road [ 50 yards ]you have Paddys bar and to the rear of the hotel you have the Ghost bar so i dont think it makes much difference if you get a room to the front or rear , thankfully i had some earplugs and that helped a little . Its a shame because this really isnt the hotels fault . The bedrooms are basic but clean . The communal areas are again dated . There is the lounge area with pool and table tennis . Buy a table tennis ball for 2 euros and then its free for the rest of your stay .The food is average and we eat out 3 times in 7 nights . Breakfast is the usual cheese , hams , croissants with a selection of cereals . I think they could do with varying it a little . You choose your evening meal at breakfast , it is 4 courses starting with a pretty good salad buffet . I would advise you to make the most of this a the main course is very small especially if you have been on the slopes all day . Dessert is a choice of ice creams and cakes and was pretty good . Found all the staff to be pleasant and helpful and even the much maligned owner seemed ok .The spa is 20 euros a person and no discount for kids so works out very expensive for what it is . All in all an ok visit remembering this is a 3 star hotel .

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
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Thank fawlboy
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Reviewed 22 January 2014

First the negative points: - This hotel has not been updated since the 80's, the lounge area is lacking in atmosphere, you have to choose your evening meal at breakfast, 4 courses - fill up on the buffet salad, choose the pasta dish, the main courses are small and not very appetising but puddings are good. Its right on the main road so can be noisy if you have your windows open. The boot room does not have drying racks so by the end of the week your boots are pretty musty. Because it is cheap it can attract large groups of young (noisy at 3am) people. No baths and its 20E for the spa which is only open for three hours in the late afternoon.

Now the positive: Contrary to previous comments about this hotel we found the staff friendly and helpful, its 5 minute with ski boots on, 2 minute if you are a boarder, to the bottom of the lift, you can ski right down to opposite the hotel. You are right on the main area for apres ski. Room sizes are OK, the windows when shut stop virtually all noise from outside, rooms are cleaned daily and are spotless, very warm, constant hot water from an efficient, if basic, shower.

This is a cheap hotel, you get what you pay for, and if you want clean, warm and cheap this is in an ideal location and is a good option.

If the food was better and it had been updated this would probably be the one of premier hotels in the resort for its location - but would no longer fall into the cheap and affordable bracket.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled with friends
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2  Thank lynrnold
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Reviewed 19 January 2014

We stayed in this Hotel over New Year 2013/2014, having nearly been put off booking by some of the reviews it has had. We and our 3 children ( 21, 16 and 14) were very happy with it and would book there again. Why?

It does have the best location in town, as confirmed by all the ski reps we spoke to. Whilst guests in other hotels had long walks, struggled with full ski buses or booked taxis, we had a short walk to and from the lift/slopes each day - a big plus. The torchlight skiing ends close by, and it is very close to all the nightlife and the lovely, historic old town (easy to miss if no-one tells you about it).

The rooms were small, particularly if used as a triple, but clean, warm and entirely adequate with plenty of hot water. The lounge area is a bit faded and characterful, but large and comfortable, whereas some hotels do not have enough space.

The food is plentiful. It is not 5* but this a 3* Hotel, and a very big effort was made with the New Year Gala dinner; I lost count of the number of courses. There was always something on the menu which our children liked, although we did eat out a couple of evenings, once at the torchlight skiing, and once just for a change.

We were slightly put off on our arrival by a scrappy notice telling us we couldn't check in for two hours (although that timing was relaxed).However, the staff all turned out to be extremely helpful and friendly. The owner is also helpful and friendly, particularly if you engage with him; he was very pleased when I asked him about the history of the hotel, which was built in 1938 by his grandfather outside the then boundaries of the town, and he showed me some old photographs. This is an independent family-run hotel, and if anything was a bit quirky and historic, we just had a smile about it.

It can occasionally be noisy at night, but not excessively so, and that is the fault of the other guests who ignore notices asking them to be quiet at night; and I guess one has to expect a little noise in a lively town at New Year!

So don't be put off. We have stayed in 4* hotels in Switzerland and Austria, and of course they are great, and the food terrific. But this was a very happy holiday at the best location in a resort with very good skiing.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled with family
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2  Thank JOA542014
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Address: Via Clotes 20, 10050 Sauze d'Oulx, Italy
Region: Italy > Piedmont > Province of Turin > Sauze d'Oulx
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Restaurant Wheelchair access
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Ranked #23 of 31 Hotels in Sauze d'Oulx
Price Range: £72 - £143 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Savoia Debili 3*
Number of rooms: 36
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