Val d’Isère’s oldest hotel is a village centre icon – a family-owned and managed property that has recently emerged from a sparkling top to toe renovation programme. Just 200 metres from the slopes and ski lifts, its welcoming rooms exude Alpine chic, with the generously sized fireside suites being ideal for families or groups of friends. Savoyard cuisine is a speciality at La Luge, whilst the Blizzard Restaurant serves fresh-from-the-market fare featuring succulent fish and meats, flavoursome pastas and risottos, fabulous cheese boards and utterly indulgent desserts. When the skiing is done for the day, head for the Lounge Bar to join in the convivial fun or unwind in the Spa by Clarins where there’s a hammam and sauna. A huge outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi overlooks the famed Bellevarde slope.
Prices are per person and include flights and 7 nights accommodation with breakfast.Make an Enquiry
Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season is generally from the start of the ski season to mid-December and towards the end of the ski season in April, high season tends to be mid-January to mid-February and mid-March to early April. Peak season is over the Festive period and at February half term. Prices are based on two sharing (unless otherwise stated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional departures, transfers and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
|Val d’Isère: Altitude of resort||1850m|
|Val d’Isère: Highest skiing point||3450m|
|Val d’Isère: Ski area||300km|
|Val d’Isère: Number of lifts||88|
|Val d’Isère: Green runs||13%|
|Val d’Isère: Blue runs||43%|
|Val d’Isère: Red runs||27%|
|Val d’Isère: Black runs||17%|
|Sainte Foy: Altitude of resorts||1550m|
|Sainte Foy: Highest skiing point||2620m|
|Sainte Foy: Ski area||41km|
|Sainte Foy: Number of lifts||6|
|Sainte Foy: Green runs||8%|
|Sainte Foy: Blue runs||29%|
|Sainte Foy: Red runs||46%|
|Sainte Foy: Black runs||17%|
Val d’Isère: Beginners *** | Intermediates ***** | Advanced ***** | Families *** | Non-skiers *** || Sainte Foy: Beginners **** | Intermediates **** | Advanced *** | Families ***** | Non-skiers ***
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