Pointe Isabelle Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Pointe Isabelle Hotel Chamonix
Travel Blogs from Chamonix
... heading downstairs for a snack and refreshments. We’ve had the same hotel attendant here for two nights who is very good at his job and has helped us with booking today’s adventure as well as printing out boarding passes for tomorrow night’s dinner cruise, following our visit to the United Nations, located on the site of the former League of Nations.
In honor of our dinner snack, it’s a wrap!
... hours we had a baguette, then walked 1hr down the mountain back to camp. In the afternoon we went to Chamonix and booked a guided tour for some hiking and mixed climbing up at Aiguille du Midi tomorrow morning. So excited!! We hired our gear, bought the most delicious pastry, met our guide, then took the bus back to camp. An awesome ...
It rained all day!! We decided to take the train as far as we could towards Switzerland (15mins) to Vallorcine and had lunch in a cute little restaurant recommended to us by our camp ground. Mat and dad had the Tartiflette (baked potato, onion, cheese, bacon) and I had a similar dish with white wine soaked bread with mushroom and cheese. The meals ...
... the camels made. The camel was also muzzled. We thought we would see an Alpine Tiger (which was outside in a cage) but we did not see it perform. It was a very exciting way to spend the afternoon, although very hot in the tent. Tomorrow we are off to Le Tour de France !
... at least it was enchanted until Grace fell in the creek head first! Another day we borrowed Eli's jogger pram and caught the train to Les Praz & then walked the last 2km into Chamonix. The French definitely know how to 'do' a good playground for the kids. We also found great coffee (equal to a Melbourne latte) in Chamonix.
On the Saturday we took the Montenvers cog railway to the Mer de Glace (France's largest ...