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Chalet Alpina

Chalet Alpina Les Deux Alpes is set in a great position with easy access to the pistes and the lively bars and restaurants of the resort, chalet Alpina is a great option for a relaxed and informal ski holiday. After an exciting day on the mountain, the comfy sofas are the perfect place to regroup with a glass of wine in hand. Or better yet, why not rest those aching ski legs in the chalet’s own jacuzzi and sauna.

As this is a self catered chalet there is a modern kitchen with all the amenities expected including a hob, oven, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, coffee machine and toaster. This comfortable and traditional chalet is the perfect mountain base for groups of family and friends looking to enjoy fabulous skiing, staying in a brilliant chalet.

  • WiFi
  • Satellite TV
  • Close to slopes
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
From price
£226pp
  • Accommodation
  • 6 April 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Self Catered | Sleeps 16
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Bedrooms

Upstairs there are six double rooms plus one room with four beds, sleeping a total of sixteen guests comfortably. There is also one bathroom, two shower rooms and three toilets.

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Resort details

Les Deux Alpes

With a large buzzy village and some fantastic cruisy glacier skiing, Les Deux Alpes is a great option for intermediates.

Les Deux Alpes – often simply written as Les 2 Alpes – has a ski area that rises up to an impressive 3,600m, as well as a glacier that allows virtually year-round skiing. The runs back down to resort level are quite steep which means inexperienced skiers might prefer to take the lift back home at the end of the day.

Although there is a small ski area to the west of the village, the majority of the skiing and boarding takes place between the resort itself and La Toura to the east. The principal access is via the Jandri Express jumbo gondola. The routine journey time to glacier level (2,600m) is about 45 minutes.

Around here the pistes can get busy with skiers and boarders of varying abilities. Higher up, however, there are some marvellous snowsure green and blue runs, many of them served by an underground funicular as well as surface lifts.

Off-piste fanatics will find plenty of challenges if they take a qualified guide. After all, a mere 20-minute hike separates this resort’s terrain from that of the notoriously difficult slopes of nearby La Grave.

There is a big, lively and relatively young après-ski scene, much of it centred on Alpe de Venosc, at the southern end of the town. For true grown-ups the best place to eat out at night is the Michelin starred restaurant at the Chalet Mounier hotel. Those on more modest budgets can try the Bel’Auberge, Les Bleue or Smokey Joe’s Tex-Mex.

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