Scenic Aosta Valley holiday with ski passes & car hire

Montana Lodge & Spa, Italy

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The perfect package with flights included

Italian Alps

Italian Alps

Italian Alps

Deluxe room

Italian Alps

Junior suite

Italian Alps

Italian Alps

A luxurious mountain lodge in a scenic Aosta Valley corner, with a sumptuous spa and striking design-led interiors – includes breakfast, spa access, ski passes, all travel and more

  • Whether you come for the snow-blanketed slopes of winter or the wildflower-spotted meadows of spring, Montana Lodge & Spa enjoys a beautiful backdrop of the Italian mountain resort of La Thuile. Hewn from local wood and stone, the striking building stands out among the traditional chalets of this chocolate-box town.

  • This corner of the Aosta Valley has had a high-end facelift – imagine Italian designer furniture, a posh spa and wood-printed wallpaper. With easy access from Milan, Turin and Geneva, it’s no surprise the crowd is as well-heeled as the surroundings. It's also no wonder the hotel has been nominated for the Best Ski Hotel in Italy.

  • Once your long day on the mountain is complete, bask in the serenity of the spa, where there’s restful pool, steam room and sauna, with treatments available to help you drift off to a state of bliss. A private area of the spa, with rasul, Jacuzzi and twin massage room, can be reserved for a romantic afternoon for two.

Amenities

- Wi-Fi
- Restaurant
- Bar
- Parking
- Swimming pool
- Spa

How to get there 

The most indulgent among you can jet into one of the alps’ many altiports, but if you don’t have a jet or helicopter at your disposal then Turin is home to the closest airport (157 kilometres away). Milan (220 kilometres) and Geneva (132 kilometres) are also popular, though the latter means you’ll need to navigate the Mont Blanc Tunnel, which can be pricey. If you’re bringing a car, there’s parking at the hotel.

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