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Connectted to a previous thread...
A few years ago I grabbed a few days in Booug St maurice and stayed in a semi bunk house, I think it was called Loft Bourg. It offered a bed in a shared room, along with a shared kitchen. I think it cost about €22 per night in beginning March.
There must be similar establishments dotted around the Alps, has anyone got any recommendations
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Snowbunnies in Kitzbhuel, Riders hostel in Nancroix, Ho36 in Les Menuires, hostel in Le Chable below Verbier and Various Chamonix options off the top of my head.
Some hotel prices in Italy and Andorra on a par with above so tons of options there also
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