Hotel

L’Hotel
La Madonnina,
a story to experience

In the magical setting of Cogne, at the foot of Gran Paradiso mountain there’s a story to discover and share – the story of a family … and Hotel La Madonnina.

Get a free massage. Give yourself a moment of relaxation to relax the body and rebalance the mind.

LOVE FOR THE MOUNTAINS

It’s a story about hospitality, passion and love for the mountains, a hotel where every sojourn is designed to be special, where, surrounded by outstanding beauty and cosy furnishings, it’s easy to restore harmony to the body and mind. Let go and indulge in some pampering, our guests are at the heart of our dream.

Eco hotel

We have made deliberate choices in order to make our hotel ECO:

  • Use of wood chip boiler
  • Use of ecolabel detergents
  • Use of recycled toilet paper, paper towels and cot bedding
  • Soft mobility: use of ebikes and free shuttle service

A family history

A 50-year-old
family history

It was Federica and Davide’s parents – Renzo and Cristina – along with their aunt, who appeared in the first pages of this family’s history of hospitality, which has been full of sacrifice, passion and dedication since the 1970s.

In the 1950s, the family first managed and later purchased what was once a small holiday home; over time they restored and extended the structure significantly, slowly converting it into a hotel.

Today, Hotel La Madonnina is an elegant building with fully equipped rooms and suites, a spa and relaxation areas. It combines tradition, authenticity and passion but the overriding atmosphere is one of wellness and utter relaxation, in total harmony with the territory.

The protagonists remain unchanged: Davide and Federica, who used to get up to mischief among the dining tables. Today you’ll meet Federica at reception with a welcoming smile and advice for guests flanked by her husband Vittorio, who is in charge of the restaurant, dining room and wine cellar, while Davide supervises the hotel technical management and wellness centre.

Then there are daughters Gaja and Matilde, who you’ll come across in the halls – just like ever-present Renzo and Cristina, now grandparents but as tireless as in the past.