The elegant Grand Hotel Bella Tola dates from 1859. The high quality of the cuisine is matched by the excellent service from the friendly staff, led by Anne-Françoise and Claude Buchs-Favre.
You can enjoy the sunset on the veranda, stretch your legs towards the fireplace or sip a drink in the library, and the Spa will soothe your tired muscles. The 30 stylish guestrooms are carefully furnished, and rooms at the front have views of the Besso and the Matterhorn. The sunny terrace is ideal for lunch or dinner on warmer days.
St-Luc is situated on the sunny plateau of Val d’Anniviers, in the heart of the Valais region. The picturesque mountain village is largely car free. A funicular rail takes you up to Alp Tignousa (2,200 metres), where you can set off for a day’s skiing or hiking. Ski lifts will take you up to more than 3,000 metres.
*Minimum stay of 2 nights required when check-in is on a weekend day
Hotel Bella Tola provides a superb selection of fare in its two restaurants. Chez Ida and Le Tzambron offer two very different culinary experiences. Gastronomic restaurant Chez Ida has a dark wooden floor with light walls, adorned with period photographs. Chef Goulven Tourmel’s specialities feature locally produced delightful cheeses and beef. The Valais region boasts the highest altitude vineyards in Europe producing excellent wines.
Restaurant Le Tzambron evokes a friendly and flexible service to guests with sumptuous cuisine. This bistro is well loved by guests returning from the ski slopes. Savour the atmosphere at the long tables enjoying the traditional raclette made of the locally produced delicious Anniviers cheese.
Opened daily from 08.00h until 23.00h.
Opened daily from 10.00h until 23.00h.
At this altitude the backdrop on the terrace is formed by the majestic Swiss Alps. The spectacular scenery truly ensures a memorable stay. The Spa’s terrace will make you forget time, forgive life and be at peace when you are confronted with the stunning views after a relaxing visit to the sauna.
Hotel Bella Tola and the surrounding countryside offer a wonderful variety of activities all year round. The region, with the Matterhorn as focal point, is well loved by skiing enthusiasts. Nevertheless, it is also suited for less experienced skiers. In the summer months, the region is a paradise for hikers with its extensive vineyards and walking trails to mountain cabins high up on the slopes of the majestic Alps. The François-Xavier Bagnoud Observatory on 2,100 metres is well worth a visit. During the summer months, the ski lifts are free of charge.