Le Lac Blanc 1

At just 70m from the main ski lift, Chalet Le Lac Blanc really does boast one of the top locations in Alpe d'Huez. With ski school meeting point 100m and the resort centre only 500m away, you have everything you need for your ski hopliday right on your doorstep. They are planned to be finished to a high standard in Savoyade style with wood and stone features. Being located next to the main lift accessing the ski and boarding area, the chalets are in an enviable position and enable you to access the skiing and boarding with ease as well as all that the resort centre has to offer.

Please note this is a sole occupancy chalet.

  • Terrace
  • Ski in / ski out
  • Close to slopes
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  • 3 January 2021
  • 7 Nights
  • Catered | Sleeps 14
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Accommodation: Being located above a piste-side restaurant that is only open in the daytime, you access the chalet by an enclosed staircase at the rear of the chalets. This enclosed area will also be the ski and boot storage area with a planned boot heater/dryer.

1st floor: Open plan dining and living area with comfortable seating, TV, DVD player and kitchen.

2nd floor: Four twin bedded rooms and one double all with ensuite shower and wc. (One double and a twin room share a balcony).

3rd floor: One twin and a double room sharing a shower and wc. These rooms are attic style rooms with a sloping ceiling and are at a reduction.

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Alpe d'Huez

Sat at 1,860m, Alpe d'Huez ski resort offers a fantastic variety and extent of skiing terrain for all standards. The ski area offers a thrilling mix of steep, challenging areas alongside extensive, gentle nursery slopes; making it an ideal destination not only for families but also for mixed ability groups.

The village itself sprawls over the open mountainside; surrounded by stunning scenery across the Southern Alps which is famed for its wonderful sunshine record. One of the liveliest resorts in the Alps; you will find yourself spoilt for choice between the pretty, more quiet and rustic village of Vaujany or the bustling centre of Avenue des Jeux.


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