Local bike hotspots: Alpe d'Huez, Allemont, Alpe d'Huzes, Col du Glandon
Property Description & Description of Biking in your region
Host Maarten, hostess Willemijn and their (multilingual) team will be pleased to welcome you in this cosy hotel and can inform you elaborately about the Alps and their dynamic possibilities. Besides a stay in a hotel room they also offer the possibility to rent an apartment, a chalet or a fully equipped bungalow tent with the option to make use of the hotel facilities. In the tranquillity of the Auberge garden and terrace you can recover well from the efforts of the day. Situated in the valley among famous mountain passes such as Croix de Fer, Ornon, Glandon en Alpe d’Huez, the hotel is an ideal starting point for cyclists, motorcyclists, hikers and other practitioners of outdoor sports. During the summer a high percentage of cyclists come to the hotel and it therefore has a cyclist-aimed service, which includes a pasta buffet in the afternoon.
The hotel is open almost all year round and offers you a pleasant stay in one of its 16 simple but comfortable rooms. There are rooms for 1, 2, 3 or 4 persons. During your stay you can eat in our restaurant which is open all day.
During summer season the hotel is visited by many cyclists, hikers and other mountain-lovers. There is a secured bike shed, a small swimming-pool and a sunny garden/terrace. And in the afternoon we have a pasta buffet for those who have been actively enjoying the mountains.
The hotel sits right on the road between Le Bourg d’Oisans at the foot of the Alpe d’Huez and the Cols du Glandon and Croix du Fer.
The hotel is also just moments away from the finishing line of the Mega Avalanche Mountain bike trail which starts around 2500meters above at the Pic Blanc in the Alpe d’Huez ski area. A shuttle bus is available during the season to bring mountain bikers to the ski lift system in Oz Village.
In and around the forests and lakes that surround the hotel, you will find many marked trails suitable for family biking as well as the most serious cross country mountain biker.