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The hotel was close to the place of business that I was visiting. The room was minimalistic and functional. The TV had a wide variety of channels and language choices (including BBC 1 to 4, ITV 1 to 4, BBC World and CNN for English speakers). The hotel has a passable breakfast offering but very limited ...
The Ibis Sion Est proved to be a very comfortable and welcoming place to stay. It is conveniently placed within easy reach of the motorway and although it took a good 15 minutes to walk into the centre of Sion this was not a problem. Good value for money.
This Hotel was very reasonable with its prices compare to other hotels i thing this hotel was new and quite well designed with its spacecous and comfartable rooms. The hotel is just based in the middle of Martigny Town and it is walking distance from Martigny train station from Martigny train station ...
It was a good experience, living in an old Chateau and walking in its estate and in the surrounding countryside. Very friendly and helpful staff, it was a pleasure dealing with them Do NOT use the taxi service recommended by the hotel . we used it for a 1.7 km drive to Ecole Internationale (International ...
The hotel is only a block from the lake. It's close to the Market area and the casino and is about a ten minute walk to the train station. The location is also well served by buses which can take you to most places in Montreux and also to Vevey on the west and Villeneuve on the east. I found a number ...
If you’re looking for an active mountain break, search Expedia’s selection of adventure-sport hotels in the Vaudois Alps. Options range from luxury four- and five-star accommodation with multiple sport and spa facilities to more traditional mid-range hotels with looking out at some of Switzerland’s finest scenery and near its adrenalin-pumping adventures.
Most Vaudois Alps adventure-sport hotels are in the major ski resorts of Leysin, Villars and Les Diablerets, with a handful of additional properties in the towns of Aigle, Payerne and Rougemont. All surrounded by some of the most extraordinary landscapes in Switzerland, the towns enjoy views of vast jagged peaks rising from the floor of the Rhone Valley on one side, and the gentle scenery of Lake Geneva on the other. This is a setting ripe for exploring on foot, by bike, on skis, or even from a paraglider or helicopter, and the list of adventurous things to do should satisfy even the most hardcore of thrill seekers.
Most adventure-sport hotels in the Vaudois Alps cater primarily for skiers and snowboarders, with many offering ski storage and equipment hire, as well as the ever-coveted ski in/ski out access. But it doesn’t stop there. Many hotels offer guided trekking, cycling and fishing trips, and can help organise once-in-a-lifetime excursions such as heli-skiing or dog-sledding.
Beyond the resorts, you’ll find more opportunities for adventure, regardless of the season. In the winter, try your hand at ice-skating, curling, tobogganing or glacier climbing, or come during the summer months when you can explore the miles of alpine trails which criss-cross the mountain pastures. Summer is ideal for attempting something new like dirt monster biking (a blend of mountain biking and motorcycling) or, if you don’t mind getting wet, try the boardsport of hydrospeed, which involves lying on a small board and floating down a river and propelling yourself with fins attached to your feet.
Whichever adventure takes your fancy, your Vaudois Alps adventure-sport hotel will be a relaxing haven to come back to.