Club Med Les Arcs Panorama is a fantastic new, flagship, four trident resort with a five trident luxury space. Set in the heart of the Paradiski ski area in a fabulous ski-in ski-out position, the location is perfect for skiers looking to maximise their time on the slopes.
The views are nothing short of incredible at this resort hotel. The large, south-facing, sun-filled terraces offer amazing panoramic views of the snow-covered mountains. Where better to enjoy après drinks?
The ultra all-inclusive resort offers luxurious accommodation, dining and wellness options. Boasting three restaurants, all-day dining is provided, meaning there is no need to rush back for lunch. To offer maximum flexibility, there will be three types of rooms; club, deluxe, and suites, all decorated to the highest standard and designed by the renowned interior designer, Didier Rey. After an amazing day on the slopes enjoy the amazing wellness facilities, including an inside/outside pool, fitness and weight room, sauna, hammam and hot tub.
The resort has been carefully designed with families in mind. From the fantastic levels of childcare on offer to a large number of blue runs surrounding the property, and ski lessons all included in the price.
Club Med Les Arcs Panorama makes for the perfect mountain base.
Price based on per person rate with 2 sharing a standard room. Please call us with your requirements for exact pricing and departures from other airports. This is a guide price and availability is not guaranteed. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays), exchange rates, flight class and room type can affect prices considerably.
Superior Room - 2 Bed
Deluxe Room - 3 Bed
Suite - 4 Bed
7 nights – guide prices per person
Les Arcs ski resort has four main purpose-built centres, which are named according to their height. The original ski resort was Les Arcs 1600, however the nearby Les Arcs 1800 is now the main hub and extremely popular with skiers due to its great après scene. Les Arcs 1800 has a great position with easy access to the Paradiski ski area, linked with La Plagne. 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 Les Arcs 1950 and Les Arcs 2000 are in a different valley but are also fantastic developments that consist of more traditional and luxury properties.
With a cleverly designed skiing area from 2000m altitude down to the base camp at Bourg-St-Maurice, the ability level of skiing and snowboarding at Les Arcs descends from “intense” high altitude downhill skiing, through playful snowparks, beautiful alpine villages, and learner slopes. Les Arcs is an excellent ski resort for intermediate skiers wanting to improve or be pushed in their abilities.
To find out more about skiing Les Arcs, please call our ski experts today.