Every king sits on his own throne: Re delle Alpi lays its 4 stars at 2000 meters above sea level, directly on La Thuile’s ski slopes, in the province of Aosta (Val d’Aosta, Italy), crowning the neighbouring area and its scenic position with adventure, wellness and excellence.
A stylistic hybrid which keeps the architectural inheritance of the former military base erected in 1924 for border soldiers and which today is enriched by the new section, built with new architectural styles.
Re delle Alpi’s interiors explode in all their glory with a triumph of style and aesthetic research that distinguish all the hotel’s areas: the wide restaurant with its bar for genuine gourmet experiences, the basement room and the ski room available to guests, the fancy Wellness & Relax SPA and, last but not least, the rooms and the suites.
During winter, it is possible to reach the hotel, covered with a blanket of snow, by snowmobile or snowcat (provided by the Re delle Alpi), then explore the Espace San Bernardo ski area with the international connection between La Thuile and La Rosiere (France); if you don’t ski you could wander around with your snowshoes to bump into chamoises, roe deers and foxes. During summer you could lose yourself in a combination of scents and colours, appreciated by both walks lovers and mountain bikers.
A Hotel, endless traditions
Un po' di Storia
The Little San Bernardo has always been a very active area over time particularly in our area we can say:
Receptive and service expansion.
Complete renovation of the building to be used as an accommodation facility while keeping the structural standards intact.
Barracks for the Guardia di Finanza
It becomes a barracks for the financial police who implemented customs controls at the border.
It becomes a barracks for the Alpine troops and an area for exercises.
It is used as a building for the boys' summer camps.
Control of the Powder Magazine
The structure is used to control the powder magazine on the mountain behind the building (Head of the loader)
Our building is born.
Passage of Hannibal
One of the 3 hypothetical routes of Hannibal's passage was Cremonis iugum (the Colle del Piccolo San Bernardo).