Located at 1,850m high, Val d'Isère (French Alps) remains an authentic resort, well-known for its quality of life, many mountain-style chalets with wood and stones, and a traditional village. Val d’Isère’s slopes have always been the setting for great sporting achievements, be it for the Olympic Games, the "Criterium de la Première Neige" or the World Alpine Ski Championships.
Best period to go ?
Geneva Airport: 220 km (app. 3h)
Lyon Airport: 210 km (app. 2h30)
Chambéry Airport: 135 km (app. 1h30)
Bourg St Maurice train station: 35 km
The hotel is, above all, a place of relaxation and change of style where luxury comes with elegance. The style is Alpine Chic and as ever enhanced with woodwork and new warm-coloured weaves. Every detail of decoration was designed to create a mountain atmosphere where one feels at home.
All rooms (58 rooms + 12 suites & two bedrooms suites) overlook the mountains or the village, all of them with private balconies.
6 Rooms (18 - 23 m²) Mountain View
40 Deluxe rooms (28 - 33 m²) Mountain or Village View
5 Superior deluxe rooms (35 m²) Village View
7 Junior suites (37 - 47 m²) Mountain or Village View
3 Suites (41 m²) Mountain View
3 Duplex suites (42 - 50 m²) Mountain View
6 Two bedrooms suites (45 – 82 m²) Mountain or Village View
You will find much more than a well-being and a resting area in the Spa with daylight and view on the slopes. It is a place where you can take care of yourself, a sanctuary of relaxation after skiing.
Outdoor heated swimming pool and Hot Tub in the snow
Jacuzzi, Steam room & Sauna
Fitness room (Technogym)
3 treatment rooms with Clarins products
Beautiful relaxation area with a tearoom
Yoga & stretching lessons in the mornings
Real key location for Val d'Isère, the hotel’s Lounge Bar is most famous for its warm ambiance. Managed for many years by David, it offers a variety of cocktails and rare spirits to enjoy in the comfortable and cosy sofas by the fireplace.
Straight from the market cuisine is served at Le Blizzard Gourmet Restaurant, which overlooks the Bellevarde slopes (open for lunch and dinner).
Savoyard restaurant La Luge is famous in Val d’Isère for its local Savoy specialities (open for dinner).
Lunch and afternoon tea can be served on the terrace by the swimming pool, overlooking the mountains and slopes.
Helicopter or Taxi transfers
Ski Instructor or Mountain Guides
Ski passes prior to arrival
All activities in the resort: dog Sledge, Torch Downhill ride,
Paragliding, Snowshoeing, Ice climbing, Snow scooter …