Aosta Valley: brief guide for an exclusive holiday
Nature, hospitality and star cuisine
06 October 2022
1. Views and gourmet cuisine on the Mont Blanc Skyway
The eighth wonder of the world with a breath-taking view over the glaciers of Mont Blanc is named the Skyway Cable Car. Precisely here, on the roof of Europe, you can live an astonishing experience, observing the world from above, but especially by touching the lowest point of the sky. Courmayeur, Pavillon and Punta Helbronner are the three stations where you can set off to discover Mont Blanc with its enchanting views and awesome natural perspectives. Enjoy a gourmet experience at 3466 metres above sea level, in a corner designed by Kartell sitting at the Infinity Table - where you will feel like floating suspended between earth and sky - accompanied by the taste and flavours of Aosta Valley cuisine.
2. Relais & Spa for a 5-star night in the mountains
Unforgettable vacations begin with the way we are welcomed. There are several 4 and 5 star accommodation facilities awaiting you in Aosta Valley, where hospitality, relaxation and well-being are truly at home.
Mont Blanc Relais & Spa on Mont Blanc: built in stone and wood, this is a dream destination with luxury suites, an exclusive spa and excellent cuisine.
Charmant Petit Lac Ecohotel Parc & Spa on Monte Rosa: totally green hospitality and comfort in full respect for the environment.
Hermitage Hotel - one of the peaks of Monte Cervino: luxury wooden suites, antique furniture and local handicrafts for this symbol of elegance and attention to detail. Here, too, wellness services and gourmet cuisine will make your stay magical.
3. Star chefs and tastings: Gran Paradiso, Aosta and Courmayeur
Fine dining and good living. Creativity, excellence and carefully selected ingredients materials are all to be found in Aosta Valley. Here, too, you can enjoy a quality food experience based on local produce and the skill of top star chefs.
Le Petit Bellevue is located in the Gran Paradiso National Park: awarded a Michelin star, it has only six tables and serves typical mountain and Mediterranean cuisine. Try the surprise menu that offers the best of the day's market.
Vecchio Ristoro in Aosta: a Michelin star venue located in an old mill dating from the 1600s; the offering takes diners on a journey of gastronomy through three tasting menus prepared with seasonal, regional and national produce of excellence, combined with a selection of about 180 labels from the wine cellar.
Petit Royal gourmet restaurant: contemporary haute cuisine recipes made with traditional local products ensure a unique, starry experience with a breath-taking view of Mont Blanc.
What are you waiting for? Discover the best of Aosta Valley!