Hotel du Hameau is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Allos, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel du Hameau offer a minibar.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service. Guests of Hotel du Hameau are also welcome to enjoy a pool and breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity to Lac d'Allos (2.2 km), guests of Hotel du Hameau can easily experience one of Allos' most popular landmarks.
Travellers looking for Italian restaurants can head to Les Etoiles.
During your visit, be sure to check out Col d'Allos (0.9 km), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Allos!
We found Hotel du Hameau to be very nice, great location to town which is about 10/15 mins walk away so you are not in the middle of it all. You can easily drive/walk into town to hire ski stuff if required and get your ski pass or if you have your equipment there are more car parks further up the road which are less busy and ideally located with a short walk to the piste, where you can buy your ski passes. The hotel we found to be full of character, clean and not noisy. We had a room on the 3rd floor with a view of the mountains which was lovely. We had dinner in the hotel and found the food to be very good together with the service. Overall a very nice stay and would highly recommend. Be warned if using Booking.com as we did not get the best deal, so would highly recommend phoning the hotel direct. Booking.com would have you believe they are selling you the 'last room' available, maybe on their site but the hotel was less than half full and we could have certainly got a better price with booking direct.…
We were two families who stayed at this hotel for two nights on a half-board basis as part of our trip to the Alps in Haute-Provence. It wasn't that easy finding the hotel, and once we finally found it, it wasn't clear at all where the entrance was. The exterior looks very faded and old, and in desperate need of sprucing up. The interior is equally tired and shabby. We were greeted with nonchalance at the Reception, and then dragged our luggage down dank corridors to our disappointing rooms. The rooms are just about bearable, but bleak and cheerless, with cheap furnishings. The family rooms we had were on two levels, with a double bed on the lower level and three single beds on the upper level under sloping ceilings. One of the upper rooms had no windows at all; and as the rooms were already quite dark, this particular room felt even less inviting. The lighting in the rooms was completely inadequate. The bathrooms were very simple with awful amenities; the showers were rubbish and there was no shower screen or curtain: the whole bathroom could get soaked after a 5-minute shower! Both rooms had terraces. The views were fine from the terraces, but in comparison with the fabulous scenery in the region, the views were not much to write home about. The medium-sized pool was not too bad actually, with enough sunbeds around and plenty of scope for sunbathing: quite good for families and couples alike. There was a charge of 17 Euros per person “per session” for use of the indoor Jacuzzi and Sauna. This “wellness centre” was not that appealing and must have seen better days. Seven of us wanted to make a deal with the manager to use this room for a discount for only 30 minutes just before dinner one night, but he wasn’t interested. So the completely empty wellness centre continued to create expenses for the hotel without making any money that evening. Someone in the hotel has to put their business head on! The dinners were above average though, and the only smiling and helpful member of staff was the young man who was one of the two waiters. Breakfast on the other hand was terrible really, and the breakfast buffet spread was very sorry-looking indeed. I would say the acceptable dinners, the OK pool and free WiFi were the only positive aspects of our stay. The total cost for two nights on a halfboard basis per family room was 540 Euros. I would not return to this hotel, nor would I be so unkind as recommend it to anyone. I would suggest that if you want to stay somewhere in the area, you should stay more centrally in the resort of La Foux D’Allos; but stay at Hotel du Hameau at your peril.…