- Type:Luxury Hotel
- Summary:Family-friendly hotel located close to the slopes
- Feature:Fireside afternoon tea is served daily
- Rooms:69 rooms & suites
- Location:Val d'Isère ,
- Star rating:5 Star
- Nearest airport:Geneva International Airport
Location and transfer
Two hours from Chambery and three hours from Geneva Airport.
The Hotel Christiania has a luxurious selection of cosy guest rooms and suites across four categories. Many have wooden panelling, bright fabrics and mood lighting emitting a warm glow, while others have large windows, French doors and small but inviting patios. Interconnecting bedrooms are available upon request.
All rooms and suites feature a television, DVD\CD player, telephone, wi-fi internet access, hairdryer, safe and twice daily maid service.
The hotel boasts an attractive gastronomic restaurant which serves classic French cuisine.
- Cuisine: Various
- Setting: A combination of flavours and aromas can be experienced, as presented by Chef Philippe Meyzin.
- Dress Code: Smart/casual
- Children's Menu: No
- Vegetarian Menu: No
Après-ski children’s activities, for 4 to 10-year-olds, during the school holidays and early meal sittings for families are available on request.
Health & Fitness
There's a well-equipped fitness centre with a heated indoor pool, sauna and Turkish bath, while an excellent range of massage and beauty therapies are available, including the exclusive Sothys Cosmetics beauty treatments
Val d'Isère is a resort that all strong skiers aspire to visit and is best suited to intermediates and advanced skiers. Together with neighbouring Tignes, Val d'Isère forms the gateway to a wealth of demanding red and black pistes and some of the best and easily lift-accessed off-piste to be found anywhere in the Alps. However, Hotel Christiania is a great option for beginners who can access the nursery slopes which are just a short walk away from the hotel.
Snow reliability is high and the season lasts until the first weekend of May. There are plenty of ski schools and all cater for skiing and non-skiing children aged three and over. Billabong Snowboard School, meanwhile, instructs young snowboarders aged seven years and over. Other activities include dog-sledding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, quad-bikes, all-terrain karts, paragliding and microlight trips. Val d'Isère's fun-loving crowd will find the après-ski here to be as lively as the skiing, with entertainment ranging from bustling bars to discos.