Hotel Les Aiglons Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Les Aiglons Resort & Spa Chamonix
Enjoyed the location in front of Chamonix Sud bus station (to access any of the ski valleys of Chamonix), and the newly renovated hotel. The restaurant was also good, but the hotel is central enough to walk out and eat at a different place everyday.
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