Hotel Anova

  • Milky Way Ski Area, France, Montgenèvre

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Hotel Anova is a stylish boutique hotel and is in a great ski in, ski out location in Montgenèvre.The ski lifts right outside the hotel, making it perfect to get out onto the slopes each day. When you return from a day on the mountain, a modern spa area awaits you - featuring a heated indoor pool overlooking the pistes, whirlpool, steam room and sauna. The hotel has a 'Clef Vert' Green Key accreditation which recognises the hotels commitment to sustainable development and environmental preservation.

Great location

For the enthusiastic skiers and snowboarders looking for central accommodation with easy access to the Milky Way ski slopes, the Hotel Anova is a fantastic option as the lifts are just a short walk from the hotel, and the resort centre is just a short stroll away where you can find a range of shops and bars. When the snow conditions are good you can even ski back to the hotel.

Stylish hotel and bar

All of the bedrooms are unique with different décor, combining traditional and contemporary design- its the style and décor which really makes this hotel one of a kind.

After an active day on the slopes, the stylish lounge and bar area is an idyllic spot to get together with friends and family. There is a warm and inviting open fireplace for those chilly days, and if the weather is nice, you can head outside onto the terrace with views across the surrounding mountains.

Soothing spa 

There is nowhere better to relax than in the hotels spa and wellness area, unwind and relax in the sauna or steam room, soothe any aches and pains in the jacuzzi or admire the mountains from the pool. Rediscover your senses with a personalised treatment, you will be sure to feel revitalised after a massage. 

Added value

Early booking offer available (ends 15 Nov 24)

Montgenèvre

  • Buy one get one half price on all 6 day prebooked lift passes for 30 March departures 
  • Ski to 2,600 metres 
  • 110 kilometres of skiable terrain
  • 9 green, 22 blue, 43 reds and 15 black runs 
  • Transfer time of 1 hour 25 minutes by coach from Turin airport 

Proudly sat at the gateway between France and Italy, Montgenèvre boasts French charm with an Italian flair. Don't let the 300 days of sunshine fool you, its high altitude skiing above the cross-border pass has one of the best snow records in France and the Monts de la Lune lift pass also covers the resorts of Claviere and Cesana in Italy and two days skiing the Milky Way. Getting over to Italy couldn't be easier with the new Rocher De Aigle gondola,  the new gondola seats ten and is three times shorter than the previous chairlift. Ninety-five percent of the former chairlift has been recycled; the cables, stations, and electrical equipment were repurposed in Montgenèvre, while the pylons and seats were sent to other ski resorts in France.

Spot the abandoned fortresses from the peaks of Les Gondrans and peer over to Italy from the summit of the Col Saurel. With wide and uncrowded pistes, this area is an excellent choice for beginners and advanced skiers alike, plus the new Durancia spa, Monty Express toboggan and great value mountain restaurant Les Terrasses all add to why we feel now is the time to holiday in Montgenèvre.

Skiing and snowboarding in Montgenèvre

Montgenèvre is undoubtedly one of the best mixed ability resorts across Europe and is a firm favourite in the Alps for people learning to ski/snowboard. Beginners are well taken care of and the designated beginners areas consists of nursery slopes and magic carpets which are the perfect places to start. For those of you looking to re-find your snow feet, there are a variety of wide easy green and blue slopes to master, perfect for boosting your confidence. Some of the beginner slopes are also located at the top of the resort, so you'll still be able to experience that Alpine setting advanced skiers and boarders have the pleasure of cruising all the time. 

For more experienced riders, Montgenèvre offers a range of fun and challenging red and black slopes as well as some dedicated areas for off-piste. There are a number of guides and instructors who are happy to show you the best off-piste runs from Les Bois des Brousset or Le Tremplin to the fantastic bends of Les Mamelons. With recent improvements, Montgenèvre has made the resort even more appealing to advanced skiers and snowboarders with natural freeriding terrains as well as an international standard half pipe designed with the help of experts from the French national snowboarding association, and two fun runs.

Where to stay in Montgenèvre

We have properties across the resort that can cater for all, with a range of facilities and board basis. The majority of our accommodation in Montgenèvre is 4 star with the exception of one 3 star. We offer some fantastic hotels including Hotel Anova, which has spa and wellness facilities, and Hotel le Chalet Blanc which is 50 metres from the ski lifts. We also offer a range of apartments like our Les Dolines apartments which are offered on a self catering board basis and have access to an indoor heated swimming pool. Whether you want to stay in the resort centre, close to the ski area or want access to a range of wellness facilities (or all three!) we have accommodation that we are sure will tick all of your boxes. 

Bars and restaurants in Montgenèvre

It's no surprise that the majority of bars and restaurants across resort have Italian and French influence. There are more than a dozen restaurants in Montgenèvre, catering for all budgets. Le Capitaine is a great choice if you're fancying some Italian cuisine without travelling far and has a great pizza selection. La Ca del Sol serves up traditional French mountain meals such as fondue. La Table Blanche is the go to if you're fancying a gourmet dinner. There are plenty of options to choose from and of course there is the potential for many more if you ski over into Italy, where you can pit stop for a delicious lunch. 

Montgenèvre is on the quieter side, and you'll find a lot of the bars here offer a relaxed 'sit down and socialise' atmosphere. Le Jammy and Refuge are some firm favourites and attract the crowd straight from the slopes. However, if you are looking for a party after a long day of cruising the mountains, the resort does have a nightclub called Blue Night Disco which gets lively at the weekends. 

What's included in an Inghams Ski holiday to Montgenèvre

Flights, transfers and accommodation based on self catering, bed and breakfast, half board, all inclusive or full board. Optional add ons include equipment hire, lift pass and tuition, please see the 'ski extras' tab below for more information on these.

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Skiing levels
Beginner
Intermediates
Advanced
Snowboard
Cross country

Mountain facts
Ski area 110 km
Runs 9 22 43 15
Longest run 0 Km
Snowparks

1 Sauze d'Oulx, 4 milky way area.

Lifts Drag lifts 0, Chairlifts 0, Cablecars 0
Slope direction N,S
Ski/resort bus True
Rooms
  • No. of hotel rooms: 40
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 3
  • Official rating: 4

Local Fees and Taxes

  • Resort tax €2.75 per person, per day (under 18s free of charge) paid locally 

Rooms

Standard Rooms sleep two people and are around 20m².

Superior Rooms can sleep two to three people and are around  25-30m². Superior rooms have a double or twin beds, and an additional single bed for the third person.

Junior Suites can sleep two to five people and are around 35-50m². Junior Suites are duplex style rooms with a double bed, twin beds and a sofa bed.

Bedrooms with balconies are available on request, for an additional supplement.

Room facilities

  • Twin or double beds (please specify when booking)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Satellite TV
  • Safe
  • Fridge
  • Hairdryer
  • Bathrobes
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Heated towel rack in bathroom
  • Bath or shower
  • WC

Accessibility

The Anova Hotel has two adapted Standard Rooms available on request. Please give our reservations team a call to book.

  • Lift accessible: Yes
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: Yes
  • Ski lifts right outside (TK Obelisque lift to the right side hotel does not run during low season)
  • 850 metres to the resort centre
  • Four minute walk (350 metres) to ski hire shop 
  • Bus stop outside hotel
  • Two minutes walk to the children ski school meeting point
  • Ten minute walk (500 metres) to the adult ski school meeting point 
Facilities
  • Spa area with heated indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, steam room and sauna. The spa is free between 10am and 2pm on reservation only, after 2pm there is a local charge. Bathrobe rental €5. Please note that boys and men must wear tight fitting or speedo style swimwear in the pool and wellness facilities.
  • Massages and treatments available (book and pay locally)
  • Bar
  • Lounge area
  • Terrace area
  • Restaurant 
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Games room with pool table and mini football (payable locally)
  • Heated boot room
  • Covered parking (book and pay locally)
Meals

The Hotel Anova is on a half board basis. The hotel provides a daily buffet breakfast which is served between 8 - 10am.

A three course evening dinner is served in the restaurant from 7.30 - 9.30pm. 

Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve gals dinners are included.

Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarians

The Hotel Anova can cater for special dietary requirements (vegetarian, dairy and gluten free) on request. Please inform us of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

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Total price from
£2118
per person from £1059
Includes £160pp discount
22/03/2025 - 7 nights
2 adults
From London Luton
Half Board
Hotel Anova
Milky Way Ski Area, Montgenèvre
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