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Reviewed 9 March 2018 via mobile

Though the staff was friendly and helpful the hotel is below standard even for a ski resort. The rooms were not renovated in many years, the food was basic and the ski equipment was not well maintained. And we were not a part of a group this was also quite expensive on top of it. Will not recommend.

Stayed: March 2018, travelled with friends
Thank danshe
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Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

Poor location for the centre, not a fun walk to the piste, ski hire only opens at 4pm.

Breakfast is rubbish. Did not try the lunch or dinner.

Rooms are small, but generally ok are clean. Fairly par for average resort hotel.

Staff are remarkably unhelpful. Has the feel of a youth hostel. Fine if you are a French school party but markedly underwhelming if you want even a modicum of comfort.

In conclusion, go elsewhere. There are plenty of better hotels (we know), and worth paying the extra.

Stayed: March 2018, travelled with friends
Thank will167
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Reviewed 25 February 2018 via mobile

The overall experience was good. The room was everything you expect from 3 stars, no luxuary but it was clean and comfortable.
We had breakfast and dinner at the hotel's buffet most days. It was okay, nothing more nothing less, good value. The fresh pasta was a big plus.
Great ski storage that was for free (only deposition i think 20€. 100m walk to the slopes was close enough.
A bit off from the "city" (bars, restaurants, supermarket) but it was manageble.

Side note not related to the Hotel: Sestriere as whole was really good, best Alp resort I've been to.

Stayed: February 2018, travelled with family
Thank Martin T
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Reviewed 4 February 2018

stayed on Jan 26 to 2 Feb 2018 on base of halve board
First positive points:1- good 3 star hotel room, 2- very good breakfast and dinner, 3- fast check in and out
now negative points: 1- Ski out - you have to carry skis from ski room on icy slope to the iron steps about 60 m
then to carry skis down about 80 steps, then to cross the highway to get to the ski lift - very annoying and difficult trip. 2- ski room- if you do not rent skis in club you pay 10 euro for 6 days, there is no boot heating,
so if you wont to have dry boots you have to carry them to the room. 3- the sauna costs 8 euro per 1 hour
May be the club is not bad for summer, but skiing I would not recommend this club

Stayed: February 2018
Thank davidcir
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Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

This was our second stay at Club Valtur Sestriere nestled in the Italian Alps near Turin. Your nearest airport would be Turin indeed but you can also fly easily into Milan Malpensa or Linate adding an extra hour to your journey.
I am Italian and our two children speak and understand the language. Has been our 5th Valtur skiing holiday this year and the kids love it, I have to say we love it too!

First of all is great value for money. In your AI package you get: all your meals, drinks at lunch and dinner, ski pass, 4 hours of skiing lessons for adults and children and the very good Valturland where the fantastic staff look after the children impeccably.

In the morning you can leave your kids at the club from 8.30 and be sure they will look after them all the way. The dress them they take them to the ski instructors then after the morning lesson they undress them of their skiing gear and take them to lunch after lunch a bit of entrainment and then back to the instructors for two more hours of skiing....while mum and dad are still sipping mulled wine on the slopes!

The hotel is very nice, the rooms are not massive but comfortable. The food is very very good and every night there is something different. What makes Valtur special is the people. We are now very good friends with some of them and always look forward to go back. They put a smile on your face and try to help always.

If are worried about being an Italian only resort you are wrong because nowadays things are changing and the staff are doing their best to speak English. Also the clientele is more international.

If you are thinking if it's the right holiday for you yes it is is fun for families.

Stayed: February 2017, travelled with friends
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