Located in the heart of Chamonix, this newly renovated hotel has plenty of history behind it. The hotel is named after a British lady, Isabella Straton, who broke boundaries exploring the Alps in the Victorian era with her husband who was a local guide. Her grandchildren opened this hotel and its name still survives. The hotel displays wallpaper and carpet designed in Isabella’s honour, with a modern, contemporary style. The fantastic location in the centre of Chamonix will appeal to both keen skiers and those interested in the culture and activities of Chamonix. The trendy bar/bistro where dinner is taken offers traditional fare with a modern twist and some British and Scandinavian favourites! The sunny terrace adjoining the bar is one of Chamonix’s favourite spots for enjoying the mountain scenery and soaking up the resort atmosphere.
Standard rooms are accessible to persons of reduced mobility, please contact us for more details.
Fine 3 course evening meal with a choice
Board basis options available
This property caters for the following special dietary requirements
With much of the terrain above 2000m, the skiing in Chamonix valley has for many years attracted skiers looking for good snow and who also want to ski the famous Vallée Blanche - or tackle the rest of the extensive off-piste skiing. But there is a lot more to skiing Chamonix than just challenging slopes, and skiers and snowboarders of all levels should find runs to the suit them. And you certainly don’t need to be an expert to enjoy the truly spectacular scenery. There’s an efficient ski bus which links the five main ski areas. At the foot of the majestic Mont Blanc massif, the resort’s setting is both unique and breathtaking. The town of Chamonix offers an excellent range of sporting and leisure facilities, and the nightlife, complete with an excellent choice of restaurants, is unrivalled, The choice of skiing is remarkable, with testing slopes for ambitious skiers at Argentière, cruisy blues and fun reds at Brévent-Flégère and Le Tour and skiing for beginners in Chamonix and at the pretty nearby village of Les Houches.
For more information on travel and transport visit our Chamonix page
|Ski Inclusive – Save up to £58 per person|
Book our Ski Inclusive bundle and save £s on your lift pass, skis / board and boots. See our Ski Inclusive page for details.
2ad & 2ch 5-14
|Mont Blanc Unlimited Pass*||6||£233 L/£290 H||£199 L/£247 H||£199 L/£247 H||£892|
L (15 - 21 Dec & 6 April - end of season) H (22 Dec - 5 April)
*Mont Blanc Pass also includes Les Houches, Lognan-GRands Montets. Aiguille du Midi & Montenvers, plus Verbier, Megeve & Cormayeur (transport extra)
** Chamonix pass includes Brevent-Flegere, Balme, Grand Montets (extra Lognan)
*0-4 Free (issued locally, photo required)
|Skis & Boots||£100||£115||£135|
|Snowboard & boots||-||£115||£135|
|Child* 6-12||Skis & Boots||-||£82||-|
|Snowboard & boots||-||£82||-|
Equipment Hire (6 days) - Please see here for description of hire categories.
*White category skis & boots available for children 3-5yrs: £45
*Child snowboard tuition 8-12yrs
|Days||Hours||Adult 12+||Child* 5-11|
Adult beginner snowboard tuition available locally.
*Child tuition is in Argentiere, return transport included and meeting arrangements can be made for adults if also in ski school.
|Days||Hours||Adult 13+||Child* 6-12|
|Ski||6||2½ hrs per day||£149||£149|
|Snowboard||6||2½ hrs per day||£159||£163|
Ski school times: 9-11:30am except Christmas & New Year (2-4:30pm) & 9 Feb - 8 March (2:30-5pm)
Snowboard tuition only available 9 Feb - 8 March. *Child snowboard tuition 8-12yrs
Prices and supplements are correct at time of printing. Up-to-date prices will be confirmed at time of booking.
Check in: 4pm. Check out: 10am. There is secure luggage storage.