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BOUTIQUE Hotel Ad Gallias

 Your oasis of tranquility and elegance 

Welcome to Hotel Ad Gallias and Bard, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy!

Perched in the Aosta Valley, in the heart of the Italian Alps, Boutique Hotel Ad Gallias is superbly set at the entrance of the medieval town of Bard, famous for its spectacular fortress, Forte di Bard, narrow streets, and pittoresque courtyards. 

Among our guests are skiers, hikers, and mountain bikers as well as food- and wine lovers. The hotel is strategically positioned to reach the region’s various localities and points of interest with the utmost ease.

Carefully renovated from the bones of two ancient buildings, Hotel Ad Gallias preserves its most iconic features, including the original Roman arch-entrance to the town, and rustic charm.

Wherever you choose a room with a balcony overlooking the village, or the Suite Relax, with a stunning panorama of Fort Bard, you are ensured a home-from-home ambiance. All our 18 rooms are individually designed with a pleasing combination of traditional hand-crafted elements and modern comfort.

The gourmet restaurant Petit Ad Gallias offers a careful selection of preferably local and seasonal products. Expect an attentively crafted menù and enjoy regional specialties complemented by a full wine list, courtesy of the in-house cellar, Vinearius, with a selection of the best regional, national, and international labels. 

The hotel’s wellness area, Ad Aquas has been created in a centuries-old edifice, somehow achieving a status of both primitive and contemporary. Carved into the rock, the Roman era elements are mixed with luxurious well-being amenities, including a mosaic-tiled spa pool, sauna, Turkish bath, and a relaxation area.

Hotel Ad Gallias is recently incorporated into Mythoshotels, the Italian hospitality group led by Commendatore Santino Galbiati. Together with Grand Hotel Courmayeur Mont Blanc and Gran Hotel Cervino, Hotel Ad Gallias offers everything you need for a relaxing and unforgettable holiday in the Aosta Valley.