Rooms inspired by artwork
Hotel rooms in the Albert 1er main building
This original building, constructed in 1903 by Joseph and Lydie Carrier, was a simple, family-run guesthouse, open only in the summer months. The original chimney and solid granite window frames remain today, bearing witness to various changes and modernisations carried out over generations.
In this historic building, there are 21 hotel rooms, with contemporary ambience, presenting Savoyard tradition. Carefully selected colours, materials, decorative objects, molten glass and rugs that are unique to each room. While you might find the subtle grey, mauve and taupe tones of the Aiguille Rouges in one room, you may find the clear blue high mountain sky or the mineral grey of the sides of the Dru in another.
The spacious and luxury rooms propose a contemporary décor whilst retaining a strong sense of ‘high mountain’ identity. The charm of local heritage is expressed through the exhibition of a piece of folk art furniture as well as an illustration chosen in accordance. Some rooms boast a fireplace and jet bath to promise a comfortable stay.
Other smaller yet comfortable rooms propose a traditional mountain hotel décor with a touch of modernity, allowing guests to travel through time.