The Alpina's 138 guest rooms are divided into three categories: standard rooms, superior rooms and suites. Smaller than the rest and with no balcony or view of Mont Blanc (but of Le Brévent instead, which is nothing to complain about), the standard rooms miss out on all of the Alpina's principal attributes. The large superior guest rooms, on the other hand, have a big balcony and a breathtaking view of the highest point in Western Europe. Naturally, the higher the floor, the more beautiful the view.
Inside, guests should try not to dwell on the rather outdated decor or the furniture, which is clearly starting to show its years. Nevertheless, the rooms are spacious and the amenities worthy of 3 stars: flat-screen television, minibar, hair-dryer, etc. Unfortunately, there is a charge to use the Wi-Fi. The bathrooms are fitted with a bathtub and those in the superior rooms have a separate toilet.
The triple rooms are superior rooms equipped with an additional single bed.