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Chalet Cicero

Chalet Cicero is a simple, rustic, traditional mountain chalet and is absolutely ideal for small chalet parties. Warm and inviting, the living/dining area has a decorative pot-bellied stove and there are splendid panoramic views over the valley from the balcony.

This cosy, attractive converted farm building is situated above the village of 1800 on the same hillside (350 metres approx. away) as Chalet Yves. Skiing is accessed by a 400 metre (approx.) walk downhill to the Alpage du Chantel II followed by a short ski down to the Arc 1800 Front de Neiges where you have access to pistes and chairlifts for all abilities. For nightlife, the centre of Arc 1800 is a 10 - 15 minute walk (900 metres approx) down the road.

Included in your chalet stay:
· Buffet breakfast with cooked options including eggs
· Afternoon tea/coffee and freshly baked cake or biscuits
· 3 course evening meals with unlimited wine during dinner
· Special celebration menus on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve
· Resort representative and Wi-Fi


This chalet is fully catered five nights of the week. 

  • WiFi
  • Log Fire
  • Close to slopes
From price
£344pp was £816 save £472
  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
All-In Price
£678pp was £1,170 save £492
  • Lift Pass
  • Ski Hire
  • 30 March 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Catered Chalet | Sleeps 8
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Bedrooms

Ground floor

  • Room 1 - Double with bath

  • Room 2 - Twin (bunk beds)

  • Rooms 3 & 4 - 2 twins (room 4 beds not adjacent)

  • 2 shower rooms

  • 2 separate WCs

First floor

  • Living/dining/kitchen area with balcony and a pot-bellied stove.


Chalet staff live out.

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Resort details

Les Arcs

A fine resort in its own right and linked by the world's largest cable car to La Plagne to form Europe’s third largest ski area: Paradiski. Only the 3 Valleys and the Portes du Soleil are bigger.

Les Arcs has four main purpose-built centres named according to their height. Arc 1600, (linked to Bourg St Maurice by funicular) was the original resort, but nearby 1800 is the main hub. Both are typical purpose-built developments, but blend well into the tree-lined hillside and are relatively easy on the eye. Further round the mountain are Peisey- Vallandry , rapidly developing and now merged resort bases where the Vanoise Express cable car links Les Arcs with Montchavin- Les Coches, outposts of the huge La Plagne area. Despite being an integral part of the ski area, Peisey-Vallandry are not part of Les Arcs as such and market themselves separately. The remaining two resort centres, 1950 and 2000 are in a different valley. Arc 2000 could at best be described as functional though a number of British-run tour operator chalets have sprung up in recent years and few places are more convenient or snowsure. Just below 2000 is 1950 , the newest and most appealing development, consisting mostly of apartments.

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