All our bedrooms are tastefully furnished and offer a warm, cosy atmosphere, typical of the Aosta Valley: the walls are covered in old or aged wood, the floors with tiles or wooden slats and the rooms are furnished with antiques.
The lighting by De Maio of Murano envelopes the room in a soft light.
There are two theories on the origin of its name: Chrescen Eye, plain of cuckoo-flower, a plant which was diffused in ancient times and prefers moist soil; Grossen Eys, large glacier, since the village is found at the foot of a large glacier.
The first document indicating the name “Gressoney”, a fief of the Church of Sion, appears in 1219. In 1242, Gressoney is no longer documented as an Alpine pasture but as a dwelling place.