Hotel Bouton d'Or

Courmayeur

Dream Mountains

During both summer and winter, Courmayeur offers the attractions of a large international resort for skiers and mountaineers: beautiful valleys, high mountains and vast glaciers, as well as interesting cultural initiatives and elegant shops in the town centre.

Summer activities

Mountain Lovers

From the hotel, you can easily reach the starting points for wonderful walks through the mountains that will take you to the most spectacular views of Mont Blanc.
A wide range of infrastructures for sports and leisure activities give you the possibility of a wonderful stay immersed in nature.

Winter activities

Winter sports

Courmayeur has been the capital of winter sports for over 50 years and even offers the extraordinary opportunity to ski on Mont Blanc’s wonderful slopes, the highest in Europe (4810 meters).

Winter activities

Winter sports

Courmayeur has been the capital of winter sports for over 50 years and even offers the extraordinary opportunity to ski on Mont Blanc’s wonderful slopes, the highest in Europe (4810 meters).

Tour du Mont-Blanc and Alte Vie trails

From Col de la Seigne to Col Ferret

The Bouton d’Or Hotel has become one of the important stopovers on the Tour du Mont Blanc, which passes through Italy from Col de la Seigne to Col Ferret. Increasingly, groups of mountaineers are taking advantage of our welcoming hotel for a short and pleasant stay.
The hotel is both starting and ending point for the “Alte Vie della Valle d’Aosta”.

Culture, tradition and territory

Courmayeur’s millennial past

Courmayeur has always been a transition point, and it is therefore also a land of memories. Its history is told in its artistic and cultural heritage. In the valley of Courmayeur, like everywhere else in Valle d’Aosta, three languages are spoken: French, Italian and Patois, the regional dialect which derives from French and Occitan.

Culture, tradition and territory

Courmayeur’s millennial past

Courmayeur has always been a transition point, and it is therefore also a land of memories. Its history is told in its artistic and cultural heritage. In the valley of Courmayeur, like everywhere else in Valle d’Aosta, three languages are spoken: French, Italian and Patois, the regional dialect which derives from French and Occitan.

Enjoy the Courmayeur region