Hotel Du Rhone
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Sion
... by a challenge we headed up to the glacier. It took about an hour and at the Chalet, we stopped and had lunch - great salad made fresh from the owners garden with goat cheese from the town we had just left. Delicious! As we had come a different route, we had to continue climbing up to Les Grand Dessus and then traverse around the mountain to the col de Balme. This all took a lot longer than originally planned, but we finally made it to the col. We had ...
... 8230;) and we were up and on our way in no time flat…ok. Who am I kidding…she was exposed to the Panties tantrum, not before, however Avaia slathered her left knee in sunscreen enough to cover small European village. That left knee will NEVER burn!
The Badi had our name written all over it and darn it if we weren't going to go back and make use of the sun that we had been granted. Angela ...
... them up for wine after we saw them again at the restaurant below our apartment….or to be clear, they saw the myriad of bread being chucked down from balconies above to the waiting ducks below and upon looking up to investigate Talia saw them again! Life can be so serendipitous. But…as usual…I digress. That evening was special also as my cousin Angela was coming to visit!! After several texts back and forth, we met at the train station ...
... at the top for a long time taking in the majesty of the city... amazed that everything was lit up just for us.
Climbing back down and walking back to our hotel brought more adventure as we met some fellow Canadians along the way. They talked us into another glass of wine and we talked about our journeys for an hour before getting asked to leave the restaurant as it was 12:30. After a 3km moonlit walk back to the hotel the evening was done. What a fantastic night.
... rational side kicked in. There were amazing views of the mountain across the valley, Sanetsch which we will be tackling tomorrow. At the top we stopped for a perfect picnic as we sat in awe looking at where we were. The past decade or so we have spent almost every vacation on our bikes and today opened my eyes to something new... maybe there are other ways to explore mountains. Don't tell Mirabella I said that though.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed