Your Holiday in Courmayeur

If you wish to spend your holiday in a quiet place, nestled in the beautiful scenery of Mont Blanc, only a stonesthrow from the town center of Courmayeur ... Residence Chécrouit is the place for you!

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Our residence has apartments dedicated to those who own small pets.

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  • 2 beds studio 2 beds studio

    Our 4 studios (maximum occupancy: 2 guests) are composed by a single living/dining room with kitchenette, which is equipped with electric cooker with 3 hot plates, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave oven and it includes a complete set of dishes and kitchen accessories. The studios provide guests either with a double bed, a sofa bed or 2 single beds. They feature an en-suite bathroom with shower/bathtub and a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, LCD flat screen TV, Sky satellite channels, safety deposit box and free WIFI.

    The first studio is located on the ground floor. Its feature include a private entrance and a small adjoining area, which offers a view over Dente Del Gigante and Les Grandes Jorasses mountains. It provides our guests with a double sofa bed configuration, and includes an en-suite bathroom with shower and hairdryer.

    The second studio is located on the first floor and its features include a large terrace equipped with table and chairs. It is facing the back of the hotel and therefore it benefits from immeasurable tranquility. The studio provides our guests with a double bed or 2 single beds, a bathroom with a window, equipped with  hower and hairdryer.

    The third studio is located on the second floor and features a two-sided balcony equipped with table and chairs which is also facing the back of the hotel. For that reason, it benefits from immeasurable tranquility. The studio provides our guests with a double bed or 2 single beds, a bathroom with a window equipped with shower and hairdryer.

    The fourth studio apartment is located on the third floor, facing the back of the hotel. Its feature include a balcony outside the studio, exclusively for the studio's guests. It provides a gorgeous viewover the Mont Blanc. The studio provides our guests with a double bed or 2 single beds, a bathroom with window, a shower and hairdryer. appartamenti: 4 posti letto: 2

  • 3 beds two-room apartments 3 beds two-room apartments

    Our 2 apartments (maximum occupancy: 3 people) are composed by a bedroom with double bed or 2 single beds separated from the living/dining room which features a single bed. The kitchenette is equipped with: an electric cooker with 3 hot plates, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave oven and it features a complete set of dishes and kitchen accessories. They provide our guests with a bathroom with window, shower and hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, LCD flat screen TV, Sky satellite channels, safety deposit box and free WIFI.

    The first two-room apartment has 3 beds and it is located on the ground floor. Its features include a private entrance, an adjoining outdoor space which is equipped with table and chairs. It is the ideal choice for families with children. It's facing the back of the hotel and therefore it benefits from privacy and tranquility.

    The other one is located on the first floor and it features a balcony facing the back of the hotel which also benefits from great tranquility. apartments: 2 beds: 3

  • 3/4 beds two-room apartments 3/4 beds two-room apartments

    These 6 apartments (maximum occupancy 3/4 guests) are composed by a bedroom with double bed or 2 single beds, separated from the living/dining room which features 2 single beds and 1 sofa bed or a rollaway bed. The kitchenette is equipped with: an electric cooker which has 3 hotplates, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave oven and it features a complete set of dishes and kitchen accessories. They provide our guests with a bathroom with shower and hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, LCD flat screen TV, Sky satellite channels, safety deposit box and free WIFI.

    Every apartment features a balcony except for the one which is located on the ground floor which includes an outdoor space equipped with table and chairs. This makes it the ideal choice for families with children.

    4 of these two-room apartments have a balcony with a beautiful view over the Mont Blanc. The 5th apartment is facing the back of the hotel and therefore it benefits from unmeasurable tranquility. It also features a balcony. apartments: 6 beds: 3-4

  • Superior apartments Superior apartments

    Our 3 superior apartments (maximum occupancy 4/5 guests) are composed by a room with a double bed or 2 single beds, separated from a large living/dining room which features 3 single beds, 2 of which are rollaway or sofa beds. The kitchenette is equipped with: an electric cooker with 3 hotplates, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave oven and it features a complete set of dishes and kitchen accessories.
    All the apartments provide essential amenities such as en-suite bathroom with shower and hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, LCD flat screen TV, Sky satellite channels, safety deposit box and free WIFI. All of the apartments have a wonderful view over the Mont Blanc.

    The first two-room superior apartment is located on the first floor, it has no balcony, but is facing the Mont Blanc. It's the only apartment that offers a double sofa bed configuration in the living/dining area plus a single rollaway bed.

    The second two-room superior apartment is located on the second floor and features a large balcony overlooking the Mont Blanc. It provides our guests with 3 single beds, 2 of which are rollaway beds.

    The last two-room superior apartment is located on the third floor, it also features a large balcony with a great view over the Mont Blanc. It provides our guests with 3 single beds, 2 of which are rollaway beds. apartments: 3 beds: 4-5

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  • Skyway Monte Bianco

    Skyway Monte Bianco

    Go up two thousand vertical metres in 10 minutes and step out onto the magnificent terrace of Punta Helbronner right in the heart of the Mont Blanc Massif and enjoy a 360° view over the Alps: marvel over a fantastic landscape of seracs and pastel-shaded granite spires stretching from Mont Blanc, standing out at 4,810 metres, to the Dent du Géant. The horizon is a long line of Europe’s famous “4000ers”: the Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, Grivola, Gran Paradiso. If you’re looking for descents down breathtaking routes in fresh snow, then head for the fabulous off-piste routes, which start a short distance from the upper cable car station and take you right down to Courmayeur and Chamonix. Try the mythical Vallée Blanche, an exciting 20 km descent on the French side, which follows the imposing Mer de Glace glacier, or head for the Toula glacier. If you like to take things easy, you might prefer the Pavillon du Mont Fréty snowshoeing area, 2,173 m. asl (1st station on the Mont Blanc Cable Car). A walk along the “Footpath of the Giants”. A stunning panoramic summer walk from the Torino Vecchio refuge (3,375 m.) to the Torino Nuovo refuge with its wonderful terrace looking out onto Mont Blanc. Your cable car ride to the Roof of Europe starts in Pontal d'Entrèves (1,300 m.), just outside Courmayeur. It takes just four minutes to get up to the 2,173 m mid-station, Pavillon du Mont Fréty, location of the Nature Oasis where you can see Saussure’s Alpine garden, the highest in Europe. This station also provides indoor lounge areas and restaurants.

  • Terme di Pré Saint Didier

    Terme di Pré Saint Didier

    Relax in front of the Mont-Blanc The wellbeing route includes numerous practices which range from whirlpool baths at variable intensities to relaxing baths with still water and sub aqueous music, toning cascades, themed saunas in wooden chalets, aromatic steam baths, a mud-treatment area, colour therapy rooms, aromatherapy rooms, relaxing rooms for admiring the views and much, much more. A corridor connects the 19th century thermal establishment with the Ancien Casinò building, which hosts innovative thermal facilities and an area dedicated to mud-treatments. One turret of the building is dedicated to treatments where expert therapists give relaxing and toning massages for the whole body. An evocative walk in the water takes you to the gardens where three open-air thermal pools have been built, which are the boast of the entire complex. Here, you will be enraptured by the natural setting where you can take a dip in the hot water pools located in the solarium, even when there has been heavy snow and admire the view of the Mont-Blanc Massif. The outside pools offer sunlounger areas with whirlpool baths set to different parts of the body, energising sessions and relaxation areas. Some wooden chalet saunas with views over the Mont-Blanc chain complete the thermal garden. During the day, relaxing events are organised in the saunas and in the steam baths: sessions to learn relaxation techniques and exercises, beauty masks and aromatic peeling treatments.

  • Menu delle montagne

    Menu delle montagne

    From June 30th to September 2nd 2018 in the historical center of Courmayeur, at the Museo Transfrontaliero, there will be the iconographic exhibition "Menu of the Mountains", realized with collections belonging to the Museo Nazionale della Montagna di Torino. The exhibition aims to recount and enhance an unusual iconographic heritage, but of great interest to learn more about the uses and customs related to the mountains through different eras. A tour of the world between the tables of restaurants, hotels and shelters, to discover the mountains from an unusual point of view. For the history of gastronomy, the menu can be an element of interpretative junction to present and share a set of dishes and ingredients in a harmonious way, often giving life to a true story. This approach is intertwined with the ethno-anthropological investigation concerning both the ingredients and certain recurring images on the cards, as happens with traditional clothes and alpine villages. The exhibition path also tells the graphic evolution of the menu, originally a vertical folded cardboard, printed on one side with the list of foods on one side and on the other an illustration, up to the current shape, plagued in two, with the list of food inside, to increase the space to write. A section dedicated to Courmayeur could not be missing, with some menus of restaurants and historic hotels in the Alpine town, which trace the local foodie tradition: its traditional dishes and the excellence of local products. 

  • UTMB 2018

    UTMB 2018

    Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc®, the mountain trail running competition every trail runner dreams of, on the majestic Mont Blanc. In August, Courmayeur Mont Blanc rolls out the banners and celebrates with dancing and folk music to cheer on the heroes who will take part in this contest and who have their sights on “the north face” of Mont Blanc. During their endeavours, the competitors taking part in Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc® will be able to enjoy the sight of 71 glaciers and 400 peaks and the incomparable beauty of Mont Blanc. There are six races in the event. The UTMB® starts and finishes in Chamonix Mont Blanc, covers a distance of 168 km on three sides of Mont Blanc (French, Italian and Swiss) with a total vertical ascent of 9,600 metres, and is run in a maximum of 46 hrs. After that, the CCC® (Courmayeur – Champex – Chamonix) also follows the circuit of the Tour du Mont Blanc. Although known to many runners as «the short», it is one the most difficult ultra-trails: 101 km, 6,100 metres of vertical ascent run in semi-autonomy in a maximum of 26 hrs – 1,900 competitors on the starting line. Then comes the TDS® (Sur le Traces des Ducs de Savoie), run through French and Italian Savoy and the Valle d'Aosta, a route through history and mountains: 119 km and a 7,250-metre vertical ascent run in semi-autonomy in a maximum of 33 hrs – 1,600 competitors on the starting line.

  • Area Megalitica Saint Marin de Corléans AOSTA

    Area Megalitica Saint Marin de Corléans AOSTA

    The area, brought to light in 1969, measures approximately one hectare, and is one of the most interesting archaeological sites in Europe, offering a fascinating overview of significant moments stretching across almost 5000 years of history, from the late Stone Age up to the present.