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Set in the center of the ski resort Veysonnaz, Hotel Magrappé enjoys beautiful views over the Valais Alps. Guests have direct access to the slopes. Parking is free of charge. Unbelievable, spectacular view of Swiss ALPS. The stone cooked filet of beef was the best I've tasted. The staff was attentive. Very animal friendly (46kg Bernese Mountain Dog).
Offering a ski school and a ski pass sales point, Mélèzes R-S MOUNTAIN & SKI LIFT apartements is located in Veysonnaz in the Canton of Valais Region, 328 feet from Ski Elevator Veysonnaz - Thyon. The location - just in front of the lift - couldn't be better. The room is clean, beds are comfortable. House is warm and well noise-isolated, we couldn't hear our neighbors. The room R12 can easily accommodate 6 people - 2 in a room, two on doubledecker bed and two on pull-out couch. Kitchen has all the dishes and crockery you need. We would totally recommend this place to stay!
Located right at the ski slopes, the Chalet Les Hauts de Veysonnaz offers you panoramic views over the Rhone Valley. It also features free WiFi and free garage parking. Nice location, good accommodation for 4-persons family. Covered and locked car space on location.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Veysonnaz this weekend is $584 or, for a 4-star hotel, $705. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Veysonnaz for this weekend cost around $1,125 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $1,172 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Veysonnaz for tonight. You'll pay around $1,738 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Veysonnaz will cost around $2,753, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Veysonnaz cost $244 per night, and 4-star hotels in Veysonnaz are $317 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Veysonnaz can be found for $408 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Good place for skiing, big area and enough challenging pistes to ski if you don't mind the simple lifts. You need to be a good skier and start on time to make the passage to the other valleys like Verbier and your way back. The village is small, it is build for the tourist, no locals living here, just the basics and not so much apres-ski. Nice for families who like it to be quiet in the evening. Also be prepared to take enough groceries with you for cooking.
Small and cosy town. Nice population. Superfine slopes. aWe live close to the cabin and that was nice. The day with snow there was a bus that bring us to an open slope. I think this is new for Veysonnaz. Also a more friendly population and openminded culture. More local has begun to speak english which is nice.
Very nice with beautiful mountain scenery and it is a very quite place...shops were mostly closed due to the low season. Cable cars were only open on weekends. Nice place for family walks. You need a car as to be flexible otherwise prepare to walk a lot and prepare for steep slopes and expensive transportation by local transport. Transport is very efficient though!
Beautiful views. We drove to 2 passes in one day and tunneled through a third. We took the on site gondola to the top of the mountain at our hotel and hiked. The hiking is great, the views are unbelievable. We visited in the summer, but I'm sure the skiing would be awesome.
Invest some money in upgrading the lift system! Way too many drag lifts here and visiting other locations like Sivier and Thyon and Verbier is hard work, that double drag lift to get over to Verbier is out of date surely! The slopes are mostly wide but often quite steep, wouldn't recommend this area for beginners to be honest, very pretty though and we fantastic weather!
For a ski trip 4 vallees is realy nice. Don't expect the quality of ski lifts and apres ski that you find in some places in Austria like Saalbach/Hinterglemm and Gerlos. Here you will find that the investments in ski lifts have been moderate and there is no real town center to hang out, but the ski area itself is huge, with nice broad slopes and not too crowded. Personally I think the ski classes for the young ones are inconvenient because they have to take the lift and still have to walk quite a distance to get there. Looking at the price/quality in general and the Apres ski, I would prefer places in Austria. If I would go for the slopes I would choose 4 vallees but the maybe prefer Verbier over Veysonnaz.
The location- and especially how helpful the manager was. Rooms are recently redone. Top notch