THE PROJECT

THERMAL BATHS AND SKI AT 1750M

The Dixence Resort is a hotel complex that includes a thermal spa, chalets & apartments, located in the Commune of Hérémence in Valais, Switzerland, a stone’s throw from the ski resort of Collons. At an  altitude of 1750 metres, the site offers an uninterrupted panoramic view across the Val d’Hérens, the Rhône valley and the massif of the Dent Blanche. With direct access to the ski slopes of the 4 Vallées, it is possible  to ski in Nendaz, Verbier and Veysonnaz in a single day and be back to relax in the spa après-ski.

The complex can be accessed in only 2 hours from Geneva airport, either by road or rail , and is less than half and hour’s drive from Sion.

The complex includes a hotel, a thermal center, 5 luxury chalets, service apartments and  6 private apartment buildings. Owners have all the advantages of hotel facilities and a thermal spa on the doorstep, and the possibility of using the hotel operator to rent out and manage their property.

The pools in the spa are filled by the natural source of hot water in Combioulaz.

VIDEO OF THE PROJECT

1750

METERS ABOVE THE SEA

412

KM OF SKI SLOPES

2913

M2 OF THE SPA

60

BEDROOMS HOTEL

News

Combioulaz Sources

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At times the Val d’Hérens has been known as the valley of the devil, our ancestors may have thought he was at work when they saw steam and hot water emerging from the ground at Combioule. Effectively there is a thermal source here, down under the valley floor below the pyramids...

The pools of Essertse

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Essertse is the name given to the high altitude plateau at over 2'300 m, situated at the foot of the peaks of the “Crêtes de Thyon”. This is a protected site that evolved over 13’000 years ago, and houses some of the highest peat bogs and wetlands in Europe with a unique natural habitat of rare plant and animal species.

Lac bleu

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There are many ways to reach Lac Bleu of Arolla (2090 m). The most popular is to start from  La Gouille and walk through the larch forest to le Louché. The most direct is to go straight up from Satarma. And the most buccolic is follow a path that contours around the mountain from Arolla . Whichever route you choose, you will be rewarded by a picture postcard view!