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Hotel Amélie3 Star Hotel

8.5

Rue Emile Machet, 73570 Brides Les Bains

Guest review score

8.5 from 15 reviews

Rooms are comfortable and fully equipped with satellite TV, very much appreciated, free Wi-Fi access and marble en suite bathroom, Switzerland has a fully integrated and comprehensive public transport system incorporating trains, buses, boats, funiculars and cable cars. Internal flights are not of great interest to the visitor, owing to the excellent ground transportation. The Swiss rail network covers 5000km, which is 3106mi, . Trains are clean, reliable and frequent. Yellow postbuses supplement the rail network and their stations are next to railway stations. There are car-rental agencies in most sizeable towns. Roads are well maintained, well signposted and generally not too congested, though you may find it hard to concentrate with such wonderful scenery unfolding around you. Bicycles can be hired from most railway stations and returned to any station with a rental office. You'll need calf muscles the size of an ox to get very far though. All the larger lakes are serviced by steamers, and rail passes are valid on most steamer routes. Visitors appreciate the hotel is located in the heart of the Olympic resort Brides-les- Bains, February is carnival time, or Fasnacht, in many towns, but Basel really funks it up with elaborate parades beginning at a bleary 04:00 . The Zürich techno Street Parade in August is becoming one of the biggest annual street parties in the world. In the lower Valais, from March to October, cows battle it out in the Combat de Reines, which is cow fighting, to see which beast is most suited to lead the herd up to the summer pastures. The world-renowned Montreux Jazz Festival takes place in July. National Day, which is August 1, is celebrated with fireworks throughout the country, and Swiss wrestling in the Emmenthal area east of Bern. On the fourth Monday in November, Bern hosts its famous Zibelmarit, which is Onion Market,, where traders take over the whole town centre and many a tear is shed. It is opposite the ski lift providing direct access to the Trois Vallées, Pre-20th-Century History. The lounge bar with its comfortable sofas and billiard table invites guests to relax at the end of the day, At any time, as you travel around the country you'll hit many different climatic conditions. The continental climate in the Alps tends to show the greatest extremes between summer and winter. Mid-August to late October generally has fairly settled weather, and is a good period for hiking trips. Hotel Amélie offers a private car park The restaurant at Hotel Amélie ‘Les Cerisiers’ offers refined, highly valued, traditional cuisine with specialties from the Savoie region, If you're keen on winter sports, resorts in the Alps begin operating in early December, move into full swing around Christmas, and close down when the snow begins to melt in April. It can be served in the dining room or on the terrace, The Swiss have carefully guarded their neutrality in the 20th century. Their only WWI involvement lay in the organising of Red Cross units. In WWII, however, Switzerland played a more insidious role as an amenable money launderer for Nazi Germany. Switzerland's quiet anti-Semitism included shutting its borders to Jewish refugees and forcibly repatriating many of those who escaped Nazi-occupied Europe, in full knowledge of the fate which awaited them. While the rest of Europe underwent the painful process of repairing the ravages of war, Switzerland was able to expand from an already powerful commercial, financial and industrial base. Zürich developed as an international banking and insurance centre, and many international bodies, such as the World Health Organisation, based their headquarters in Geneva. Hotel Amélie also offers a large outdoor heated swimming pool, Switzerland may be neutral but it is certainly not flavourless. The fusion of German, French and Italian ingredients has formed a robust national culture, and the country's alpine landscapes have enough zing to reinvigorate the most jaded traveller. Customers appreciate the hotel enjoys a peaceful mountain setting just 20 kilometres from Courchevel ski resort and 12 kilometres from Méribel, Goethe summed up Switzerland succinctly as a combination of 'the colossal and the well-ordered'. You can be sure that your trains and letters will be on time. The tidy, just-so precision of Swiss towns is tempered by the lofty splendour of the landscapes that surround them., You can visit Switzerland any time throughout the year. Summer lasts roughly from June to September and offers the most pleasant climate for outdoor pursuits. Unfortunately, you won't be the only tourist during this period, so prices can be high, accommodation hard to find and the mainstream sights crowded. You'll find much better deals and fewer crowds in the shoulder seasons of April-May and late-September-October., The main entry points for international flights are Zürich and Geneva. Basel, Bern and Lugarno airports also receive international flights. There is no departure tax when flying out of Switzerland. Trains are a popular and convenient way to travel to Switzerland, and European rail passes make train travel affordable. Buses tend to be slower and less comfortable, though sometimes cheaper. Getting to Switzerland by road is simple, since there are fast, well-maintained motorways through all surrounding countries. If you have time and money, it's possible to get to Switzerland by boat along the Rhine all the way from Amsterdam. Switzerland can also be reached by lake steamer ferries from Germany via Lake Constance, from Italy via Lake Maggiore and from France via Lake Geneva., The first inhabitants of the region were a Celtic tribe, the Helvetia. The Romans appeared on the scene in 107 BC by way of the St Bernard Pass, but owing to the difficulty of the terrain their conquest of the area was never decisive. They were gradually driven back by the Germanic Altemanni tribe, which settled in the 5th century. The territory was united under the Holy Roman Empire in 1032 but central control was never very tight. That was all changed by the Germanic Habsburg family, which became the most powerful dynasty in Central Europe. Habsburg expansion was spearheaded by Rudolph I, who gradually brought the squabbling nobles to heel., Upon Rudolph's death in 1291, local leaders saw a chance to gain independence. Their pact of mutual assistance is seen as the origin of the Swiss Confederation, and their struggles against the Habsburgs is idealised in the familiar legend of William Tell. Encouraged by early successes, the Swiss gradually acquired a taste for territorial expansion themselves and gained independence from the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I in 1499. After a number of military victories, the Swiss finally over-reached themselves when they took on a combined force of French and Venetians in 1515. Realising they could no longer compete against larger powers with better equipment, they renounced expansionist policies and declared their neutrality.


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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 15:00   to 22:00
Check-out:  08:00  to 12:00
Currency: EUR

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled up to 2 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled or modified later or in case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

American breakfast costs EUR 12 per person per night.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for cots.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 30 per night per person for extra beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 1.
Maximum capacity of babycots in a room is 2.

Features

Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

Hotel Amélie is a 3 star hotel featuring 41 rooms in total

Services

  • Internet Services
  • Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Pets Allowed
  • Bar
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Free Parking
  • Safety Deposit Box

Parking

Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 6 per day.

Internet

Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.

Pets

Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.

Area & travel information

Address

Rue Emile Machet
73570 Brides Les Bains

 

Places nearby...

Brides : 0.3 km
Allues : 0.3 km
Doron des Allues : 0.3 km
Allue : 0.3 km
Le Villard : 1.3 km
Villarnard : 1.3 km
Feissons : 1.6 km
Les Allues : 2.5 km
La Perrière : 2.6 km
Montagny : 2.6 km
Villarlurin : 3 km
Le Doron Torrent : 3 km
Salins : 3 km
Doron : 3 km
Villard-Lurin : 3 km
Torrent de Belleville : 3 km
Torrent Doron de Bozel : 3 km
Doron de Belleville : 3 km
Champoulet : 3 km
Montfort : 3.5 km
Villard : 3.9 km
Le Villard : 3.9 km
Méribel : 4 km
Chandon : 4.2 km
Moutiers : 4.3 km
Rocher de la Lune : 4.4 km
le Praz : 4.5 km
Le Pra : 4.5 km
Fontaine : 5.2 km
Villemartin : 5.2 km
Les Plaines : 5.3 km
Pomblieres : 5.3 km
La Pombière : 5.3 km
La Pomblière : 5.3 km
Pomblière : 5.3 km
Hautecour : 5.5 km
Hauteville : 5.5 km
Saint-Laurent : 5.6 km
La Côte Derrière : 5.6 km
Saint-Bon : 5.6 km
Musillon : 5.8 km
Mussillon : 5.8 km
Grégny : 5.9 km
Le Bois : 6.2 km
Roc de Fer : 6.4 km
Rocher de la Loze : 6.4 km
Croix de Verdon : 6.4 km
Bozel : 6.5 km
Tincave : 6.5 km
Plainvillard : 6.5 km
Planvillard : 6.5 km
Novallay : 6.8 km
Villarly : 6.8 km
Saint-Jean : 6.8 km
Villary : 6.8 km
La Rosière Ruisseau : 6.9 km
Ruisseau la Rosière : 6.9 km
Le Jaíraz : 6.9 km
La Jaira : 6.9 km
La Jairaz : 6.9 km
Saint-Marcel : 7.2 km
Aigueblanche : 7.4 km
Tarentaise : 7.4 km
Bellecombe : 7.4 km
Bellecombe-Tarentaise : 7.4 km
Mont des Archets : 7.5 km
Mont des Arrhets : 7.5 km
Nantorum Torrent : 7.6 km
Nantbrun Torrent : 7.6 km
Nantbrun : 7.6 km
La Combe : 7.6 km
Notre-Dame-du-Pré : 7.6 km
Courchevel : 7.6 km
Pointe de Crève-Tête : 7.8 km
Savoie : 7.8 km
Savoy : 7.8 km
Bérenger : 7.8 km
Béranger : 7.8 km
La Savoie : 7.8 km
Mont de la Guerre : 8 km
Montagne de Cherferie : 8.1 km
Arête de la Saulire : 8.1 km
La Saulire : 8.1 km
Villargerel : 8.2 km
Saint-Oyen : 8.4 km
Oyen : 8.4 km
Mont Jouvet : 8.4 km
Mont Jovet : 8.4 km
Le Fey : 8.5 km
Petit-Coeur : 8.9 km
Grand-Coeur : 8.9 km
le Morel Rivière : 8.9 km
Moret Torrent : 8.9 km
Torrent Morel : 8.9 km
Mongesin : 8.9 km
Montgésin : 8.9 km
Montgirod : 9.1 km
Villaret : 9.1 km
Le Villaret : 9.1 km
Torrent Doron de Pralognan : 9.1 km
Doron : 9.1 km
Saint-Martin : 9.3 km
Torrent des Encombres : 9.3 km
Col du Golet : 9.4 km
Col du Galot : 9.4 km
Centron : 9.4 km
Doucy : 9.4 km
Roc du Bécoin : 9.5 km
Tougnète : 9.6 km
Le Villaret : 9.7 km
Les Avanchers : 9.7 km
Navette : 9.8 km
Forêt de la Dent : 10 km
Dent de Villard : 10 km
Saint-Marcel : 10.3 km
Molençon : 10.4 km
Longefoy : 10.4 km
Montalbert : 10.4 km
Le Villard : 10.4 km
Villard du Planay : 10.4 km
Champagny : 10.4 km
Le Villard de Planay : 10.4 km
Forêt Noire : 10.4 km
Deux Nants : 10.8 km
Crête du Mont Charvet : 10.8 km
Mont Charvet : 10.8 km
Passage de Boson : 11 km
Passage de Bozon : 11 km
Champ-Béranger : 11.2 km
Planay : 11.2 km
Champ-Bérenger : 11.2 km
Charve : 11.2 km
Charves : 11.2 km
Villette : 11.2 km
Mont de la Châle : 11.4 km
Mont de la Challe : 11.4 km
Roc Merlet : 11.6 km
Bonneval : 11.6 km
Praconduit : 11.6 km
Crête de la Grande Forcle : 11.7 km
La Grande Forcle : 11.7 km
La Grande Forclaz : 11.7 km
Celliers : 11.8 km
Pointe de la Vélière : 11.8 km
Pointe du Mottet : 11.9 km
Notre-Dame-de-Briançon : 11.9 km
Notre-Dame : 11.9 km
Torrent Eau Rousse : 11.9 km
La Sauce : 11.9 km
La Sausse : 11.9 km
La Sause : 11.9 km
Dent Portella : 11.9 km
Dents de la Portetta : 11.9 km
La Croix : 12 km
Praranger : 12.1 km
Prazranger : 12.1 km
Châlet du Fruit : 12.1 km
Col du Fruit : 12.1 km
Naves : 12.1 km
Tessens : 12.1 km
Le Cheval Noir : 12.4 km
Aiguille du Fruit : 12.6 km
Mont Saint-Jacques : 12.7 km
Torrent du Cormet : 12.7 km
Torrent du Cormet d'Arêches : 12.7 km
Aime : 12.7 km
le Quermoz : 12.7 km
Le Quermo : 12.7 km
La Combe : 12.8 km
Savoie : 12.9 km
Roc Marchand : 13 km
Mont Chevrier : 13.1 km
Pointe de la Fenêtre : 13.1 km
La Chiserette : 13.1 km
Rocher de Plassa : 13.2 km
Rocher de Plassas : 13.2 km
Roc des Trois Marches : 13.3 km
Mâcot : 13.4 km
Levassaix : 13.5 km
Pointe du Vallon : 13.5 km
Mont du Vallon : 13.5 km
Roche Noire : 13.6 km
Pointe de la Vazelle : 13.6 km
Pointe de la Vuzelle : 13.6 km
Vallée de la Grande Maison : 13.8 km
Les Frasses : 13.8 km
Bettaix : 13.8 km
Le Teurre : 13.8 km
Le Bettaix : 13.8 km
Doron Torrent : 14 km
Pralognan : 14 km
Les Granges : 14 km
Doron de Chavière : 14 km
Doron : 14 km
Roche de Mio : 14.1 km
Rochers du Cougne : 14.1 km
Pussy : 14.2 km
Sangot : 14.2 km
Granier : 14.3 km
La Grande Montagne : 14.5 km

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