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Reviewed 28 July 2016

We went to the Orestes Hut on recommendation by a Mountain Guide. I was looking to introduce my partner to what a mountain refuge was but not scare him off, it was perfect! The walk in from the lift station was beautiful and took only an hour. We were made to feel very welcome by Marta as soon as we walked in through the door and shown to a beautiful alpine room - it could easily have been a four star hotel down in the valley, seemed strange to have an ensuite room. The twin beds pushed together and sheets and towels were provided.

The evening meal was vegetarian and cooked to perfection - it is an Italian hut, need I say more. The local bottles of wine ranged from €15 - €30, prices I would expect to pay down in the valley. Breakfast was a range of cereals, yogurt and (freshly cooked, soft) bread and jams.

The following day we walked up and over the pass behind and back down to Gressoney. A very effortless adventure that will never be forgotten. Perfect for families too!

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 February 2016

if you have the chance, come here for break, for a drink or lunch. Nicely and modern design and what a charming couple hosting the place. Ask for hot chocolate, and they ask if you want the dark choco version or the spicy version. Ask for coffe matcha and they offer three types of milk (cow, soya, almond)
Lovely stop, hard to get to unless you freeride or skitour up in the winter. And you can stay over as well

  • Stayed: February 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 1 February 2016

This "refugee" is reached either by skiing down to it from the Inderen cable car over some challenging off piste or by using snow shoes or skins to come up to it. It is very modern inside despite it's remote location. The menu is limited to just half a dozen items but our party of 5 found enough variety to be satisfied. There are plenty of seats both inside and outside if the weather permits. Service was smooth and efficient. It is also possible to stay here as they have a selection of rooms.

  • Stayed: January 2016, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 11 January 2016

Another fab stay at Orestes last week with Phil, Marta and the team. Although we didn't get the snow we had last year to take advantage of the off-piste, this didn't stop us exploring each day. Plenty of running, walking, scrabbling was had plus a little on-piste skiing once the hangover had subsided on New Years Day. Our group took part in a Yoga session run by Phil (not me) which as a non yoga person, I enjoyed greatly before the New Years Eve 7 course spectacular of a meal the chef prepared, was served.

I had the pleasure of a treasure hunt inside and out the hut, laid on by Carmen and Eleanora on my birthday much to the amusement of everyone, which was very kind, including the lovely gift.

Hard to describe how great the place and people are at Orestes but if you want a little escapism high in the mountains, and are willing / able to walk or ski (snow depending) to get it, then grab your backpack, book in for a few nights and head on up. You won't be disappointed.

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 11 January 2015

Spent an awesome 5 nights at Orestes hosted by the team of 6 hosts over New Years. Hard to describe how beautiful the spot is but the 20min skin up the track at the end of the day was well worth it.

Both breakie and dinner hit the spot with plentiful portions to keep us going during the day and the nights frivolities!

I was lucky enough to be there for my birthday which involved a mystery parcel being buried out in the snow and the hunt ensuing (avalanche beacon in hand) to find the prize (a bday t-shirt). It was a special trip with a special bunch but I'll be back for sure to enjoy Orestes once again.

Room Tip: Slept a dorm for a night and a double for four during my stay. Both had comfy beds, plenty of space for kit and a compact but perfect ensuite bathroom in the double room.
  • Stayed: December 2014, travelled with friends
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