French Alps ski break at hip Chamonix digs
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RockyPop Hotel ski shop
Escape for some skiing to an eclectic hotel in Chamonix's lush peaks - includes ski passes, breakfast, a shuttle to the slopes, and flights
- RockyPop Hotel is the newest addition to Chamonix's hospitality scene, and ups the ante on laid-back leisure with its stunning views and fun-filled attitude. Rooms are charismatic and cosy, with pops of red, postcards on the walls, and plenty of amenities to create a real home from home to suit everyone.
- The colourful restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner, with counters offering plenty of choice. A tasty selection of gourmet burgers and homemade pizzas brush shoulders with traditional Savoyard dishes for dinner. There's also a friendly bar with cocktails, often featuring live bands and DJs.
- Nestled in Western Europe's highest mountain, world-famous Chamonix has a fantastic lift system, including Europe's highest cable car, which ascends the Aiguille du Midi (3,800 metres above sea level). It'll take you as close to Mont Blanc as possible without walking, and the views are mind-blowing.
- Concierge services
How to get there
The property is located in Chamonix, with Chamonix-Mont-Blanc railway station within a 10-minute drive and Lyon train station four hours away. You'll find Geneva International Airport just over an hour's drive away and your best bet is to hire a car.
Good to know
Please note there is a city tax of €1.50 per person, per night payable to the hotel upon check-out.
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