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Hotel Meublé Laurent

Very closed to Courmayeur’s promenade, Berthod Laurent’s family welcome his guests in its main twentieth-century house turned on a small and comfortabe Meublé during 1969.
Restored in 1990, Meublé Laurent is the favourite destination of those who want to spend a very relaxing holiday, in a restful domestic atmosphere. Rooms are furnished, following the Alpine style, with a private bathroom equipped with hair-drier, a flat screen TV, strongbox and Wi-Fi. In Meublé Laurent you can have a sweet buffet breakfast with homemade cakes, on request are even available salted products. Private garden, sunroof, parking and private garage, free Wi-Fi in the entire complex, sky and mountain bike storage. Closeness with a moltitude of turistic-recreational structures like the Conventions Centre, the bus station, the Courmayeur’s cable car and the Forum Sport Center, integrates the offer for a vacation dedicated to comforts and relax.



Chambre d’hôtes: Lo Micio di Tata

The Micio di Tata is a old house of the end of 1800 restored and turned on a small and welcoming ‘room rental’ in 2008 placed in the very heart of Pré-Saint-Didier. At the ground floor there is a private entry with a video entryphone, direct call from outside every room. Inside it can be found a local artists works’ exhibition, a library and a dinin room for breakfast. At the first floor there are 4 double rooms with private bathrooms, hair-driers, plasma screen TV, Wi-Fi. The Micio di Tata is 150 meters from the Pré-Saint-Didier’s SPA, 100 metres from the bus station, 400 metres from the train station, 1 km from the highway, 3 km from Courmayeur, 12 km from La Thuile, 30 km from Aosta. The Micio di Tata waits for you on its friendly and cozy atmosphere for a restful resort.


“In the vibrants and free itineraries on the rough rocks, in longs and mutes conversations with the sun and the wind, with the light blue, in the tired sweetness of the mild sunset, I used to recover serenity and peace of mind. And the inebriation spending that time isolated from the world up there, full of joy for heights, could be enough to justify any folly…”

Quote Giusto Gervasutti, called The Strongest