Chalet Isabelle

This lovely little chalet was built along with Chalets Madeleine and Camille and is ideal for a group of 8 people. The cosy atmosphere of the chalet is enhanced by the stone fireplace and pieces of traditional regional furniture and artefacts.

Comfortable chairs and sofas are arranged beneath the timbered, pitched ceiling in the open plan lounge/dining room. Meals are taken around the large wooden dining table which encourages a relaxed and informal ambience. There is also a new hot tub and sauna facilities at the chalet.

Just a short 50m walk to the piste and nearest lifts, there are also a number of shops and bars nearby. Chalet chef and ski host (shared with Chalet Madeleine) live-in, and will arrange for an honesty bar of snacks, soft drinks, beers, and mixers. Chalet Isabelle is a very popular choice with many returning guests so be sure to book early.

This chalet is fully catered six nights of the week.

  • Ski in / ski out
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
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  • 12 December 2020
  • 7 Nights
  • Chalet Board | Sleeps 8
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  • Three twins
  • One double
  • One of the twin bedrooms will take an extra bed.
  • All rooms have en-suite bath or shower.
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Ski holidays in Tignes offer a lively atmosphere with world-class, snow-sure skiing on the doorstep. Tignes ski resort is made up of several areas - Val Claret, Le Lac and Le Lavachet, which sit at a resort altitude of 2,100m, offering unparalleled access to the world-class slopes of the Espace Killy ski area. Tignes was purpose-built to ensure its skiers could wake up as close to the pistes as possible, and there is a wealth of ski-in ski-out accommodation options to choose between.

Popular with groups and families looking for a variety of slopes and well-priced accommodation, Tignes offers everything from high-altitude glacial runs on the Grande Motte Glacier, to a lively après scene featuring foot-stomping parties at the renowned La Folie Douce. The ski area links up with the famous resort of Val d'Isère, giving access to a vast 300km of slopes, plus plenty of off-piste opportunities. Keep a look out for the iconic 'Eye of the Needle' rock formation that sits at the top of the Aiguille Percee lift, and is one of Tignes' most instantly recognisable features.


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