Hotel Chris-tal Immatriculé au registre
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Quality Hotel with indoor swimming pool, restaurant, sauna, pub, large rooms with surrounding view on Mont-blanc mountain chain from balcony, tv satelite and wifi internet acces.
Phone : 0033 450 545 055 E-mail : email@example.com
Situated in the authentic Alpine village of Les Houches, near to the centre of town, the Hotel CHRIS-TAL is surrounded by the mountains, and has unrivalled 360 degree views. Les Aiguilles (Needles) of Chamonix, L’Aiguille Verte, L’Aiguille du Midi, le Mont-Blanc de Tacul, le Mont-Maudit, Le Dome du Gouter, l’Aiguille du Gouter, le Mont-Lachat, Bellevue, Prarion, Tete Noire, l’Aiguillette des Houches, the Merlet mountain . . . are the principal summits that you will be able to admire from the hotel’s 26 balconies.
Since the original opening of the hotel, several renovations and refurbishments have been undertaken, always with the well-being of our clients in mind, and we have always taken into account the protection of our environment.
The majority of our rooms are equipped with quadruple thermal insulation between the room and the balcony, which is sheltered by an inner patio (thermal and sound insulation).
The Chamonix Valley, being an East-West orientated valley, gets a lot of sunlight during the summer months. The mountains here, being not so high, are therefore more accessible to less- experienced hikers, and allow for a detailed discovery of the whole of the Mont Blanc mountain range. In winter, there is less sunshine in the deeper parts of the valley (until mid-January), and this allows skiers to return via the home-run until April, even if the ski resort is not that high, at 1020m.
Being situated in the heart of the valley, the Hotel CHRIS-TAL is not suitably located to justify the use of solar energy; however, our heating installations use a more environmentally-friendly fuel and - in the same vein - we encourage our clients to adopt a responsible attitude towards the environment during their stay; simple acts to lessen the effects of energy consumption.