Located at the foot of the Italian face of Mont Blanc, the village resort of LaRosière brings together all the ingredients for a successful ski holiday with its 150 km of slopes: southern exposure, exceptional snow cover and a breathtaking view!
The exceptional sunshine, the uncrowded slopes, the fresh and light snow and a chairlift located 100m from the hotel, directly accessible from the hotel ski room ... make the I.L.Y. La Rosière the perfect “spot” for winter sports enthusiasts who will be able to cover the 150km of the large Franco-Italian ski area of San Bernardo.
A hotel connected to the mountain:
- 69 rooms, including 22 Suites
- 2 dining areas: The Bonami restaurant, a Zen area for 85 diners, and the St.B, a festive bar-restaurant area for 115 diners
- Southern-facing terrace
- Luxury 420 m2 spa with 3 solo or double treatment rooms, sauna, steam room, 16-metre indoor pool, 3 hot tubs, including an outside one, relaxation area, yoga and fitness classes, free VOD classes
- Olympic Sports ski shop
- 2 conference rooms and informal flexible areas for easy working conditions.
Free cancellation up to 14 days before the local check-in time. After that, the reservation is non-refundable unless it is re-sold.
Facilities & Amenities
Airport shuttle (additional charge)
Heated ski boot lockers
Hot tub / jacuzzi
Includes end cleaning
Indoor play area
Ski storage room
Spa & wellness
Spa relaxation area
Special diet menus (on request)
Secure parking available for €18 per day
Guests say the description and photos for this property are accurate.
Les Eucherts 73700 La Rosière-Montvalezan
Nearest piste: 0m
Nearest ski lift: 100m
Nearest ski rental shop: 0m
This accommodation takes steps to be more sustainable and environmentally friendly
This cosy duplex suite has two levels: a living room with a sofa bed opening onto the south-facing balcony from which you can enjoy the superb views; and a bedroom with a king-size bed, overlooking the French Alps! Enjoy this perfect setting for a stay for two, or with your children.
A balcony with a fabulous view of the French Alps, a southern orientation that guarantees extraordinary light, and 65m2 of elegance make this suite a great option. Featuring a king-size bed, a living room with a sofa bed and a refrigerator in the bedroom, the Mountain Suite offers optimal comfort.
Ideal for a family stay, the Family Suite has two bedrooms: one with a king-size bed for the parents and a second bedroom with bunk beds for the children. The living room area can be used as a meeting place during the day and can be transformed into a sleeping area thanks to the sofa bed. And for even more comfort, the suite also has 2 bathrooms.
Filter coffee maker
Safety deposit box
Tea & Coffee Maker
Wardrobe or closet
Follow your Skixer's advice and ski like a local
Our only objective is to make this ski holiday the best you've ever had (so you will use us again next year ... and the year after)
About La Rosière
La Rosière is a ski resort in southeastern France. It is located in the territory of the commune of Montvalezan, in the Savoie department, at 1,850 m (6,070 ft) above sea level and 2,642 m (8,668 ft) top height, and faces south with fine views across the valley to nearby Les Arcs.
It was developed in the early 1950s on the site of an old hamlet and was linked with the nearby Italian resort of La Thuile in 1984 via two fairly long drag lifts through the Little St Bernard Pass.
Compared to its neighbour, Val d'Isère, La Rosière is relatively small, with a little over 150 km (93 mi) of piste. The ski area of l'Espace San Bernardo (which includes La Thuile) caters for all abilities: as of early 2008, it provides 6 green and 23 blue slopes for beginners, and 32 red and 6 black runs for the more advanced skiers.
A notable feature on the higher pistes is the Redoute Ruinée, a border fort built by France in the early 1890s after the loss of Alsace and Lorraine to Germany in 1870, as part of a general strengthening of the borders. It was heavily reinforced between 1936 and 1940 as part of the Alpine Line, in anticipation of invasion from Italy. In June 1940, during the Battle of France at the start of World War II, a small force of 47 men resisted several attacks from Italy, before being allowed to leave with the flag after the Armistice with Germany. The fort suffered heavy damage when French forces attempted to retake it towards the end of the war. It is now ruined, and public access to the interior is prohibited for safety reasons.
Hannibal is thought to have marched his elephants through this area on his passage through the Alps.