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Lucy’s ski trip to La Plagne, France

I’ve just spent a couple of days skiing in La Plagne, which is part of the enormous Paradiski area. I stayed in Belle Plagne and here are some of my recommendations for a ski trip to La Plagne…


Recommendations for a ski trip to La Plagne

Recommendations for a ski trip to La Plagne

Where did you stay?

I stayed at the centrally-located Hotel des Deux Domaines during my ski trip to Belle Plagne. With nannies, snow club, ski school and plenty of kids activities, it’s a suitable choice for families. Located at 2,050m, Belle Plagne is a snow-sure resort and the hotel is ski-in ski-out. There is a bubble lift, also known as the oeuf, between Belle Plagne and Plagne Bellecote that runs until midnight. Just a short walk from the hotel, this gives you access to more restaurants, shops and a few bars with après-ski.

Rooms are spacious with mountain views, an ensuite and a sofa bed. There is a pool, sauna and most importantly, wellness treatments. All the food is included and served in a buffet, with plenty of options and a kids section with pasta and pizza.

See all our accommodation in La Plagne here.

Hotel Deux Domaines, Belle Plange

Hotel Deux Domaines, Belle Plagne

Skiing in La Plagne

Made up of six high-altitude villages, La Plagne is snow-sure and each village is small enough to get your bearings easily. Most properties are ski-in ski-out and there are bars and restaurants in each village. Lifts are quick and efficient with enough variety to keep all types of skiers and boarders entertained. 

With fantastic ski schools and plenty of blue runs, it’s a great place for children to learn and improve. In addition, there are plenty of kids’ fun ski areas with a disco tunnel, Buffalo Park and a fun slope with jumps and waves. 

Find out more about holidays in La Plagne here.

Skiing in La Plagne

A ski trip to La Plagne

My Highlights

There are so many highlights, but my favourite has to be the extensive ski area. Within the Paradiski area, there are 435km of pisted runs varying in difficulty. And moreover there are fun kids runs, skiing through trees or heading for the powder bowl on the piste mauve. Above all, the views of Mont Blanc and the surrounding mountains from the top of the Roche de Mio gondola are epic on a clear day.

Find out more about a ski trip to La Plagne here, or speak to one of our experts on 0207 471 7700.

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