Chalet Alpaca

The Alpaca in Plan Peisey, Les Arcs has four bedrooms all with full en-suite facilities. There is seating around a glass-fronted fireplace in the comfortable open plan lounge and dining area. There is a door from the dining area opening on to South and West facing balcony with lovely views towards the Vanoise National Park and Montchavin in la Plagne. There is a CD and DVD player for guests’ use. There is a ski deposit inside the entrance of the chalet.

The chalets are built in a group and are very well located being about 150m from the ski hire and other shops. You can ski back to the chalets down a blue run; in the morning there is a walk of about 400m to the ski school. From this point there is a choice of a high-speed 6-seater chairlift taking you up to 2100m or the new Vanoise Express across to la Plagne.

From the top of the chair there is a selection of pistes down through the trees or a gentle route across to Les Arcs 1800. There is a network of snowmaking machines ensuring that you can always ski back to the village.

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Ground floor
Triple with en-suite shower & wc
Double with en-suite bath & wc

First floor
Lounge & dining area with balcony
Entrance & ski deposit

Second floor
2 twins with en-suite shower & wc

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Resort details

Les Arcs

Les Arcs has four main purpose-built centres, which are named according to their height. The original resort was Les Arcs 1600, however the nearby Les Arcs 1800 is now the main hub and extremely popular with the younger visitors due to its great après scene. Both are typical purpose-built developments, but blend well into the tree-lined hillside which makes them easy on the eye.

The remaining two resort centres 1950 and 2000 are in a different valley but are also fantastic developments that consist of more traditional and luxury properties.


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