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Val d'Isere

Thinking of skiing in Val d'Isere? Once a small hunting village, Val d'Isere became one of the most famous ski resorts in the world when it reinvented itself in 1992.

Why Val d'Isère Ski Resort?

  • Pedestrian-friendly resort
  • The Val d’Isère and Tignes ski areas combine to make the huge Tignes Val d’Isère (formerly Espace Killy) ski area
  • 'Famille Plus' resort - good children’s facilities and great for families
  • A lively resort with plenty of activities and amenities
  • Pretty original village

Val d’Isère Information

The process of developing Val d'Isère into a world-class ski resort, which started in the 1930s, gathered momentum during the 1992 Albertville Winter Olympics, when it almost re-invented itself, with numerous new buildings built attractively of wood and stone.

Val d'Isère and its linked neighbour Tignes, which together form the vast and exciting Tignes Val d’Isère ski area, each sits in two deep valleys. Both are reached from Bourg St Maurice via the Route des Grand Alpes, with an intersection cutting across to Tignes shortly before reaching Val d'Isère. Until 1952, the village of Tignes was to be found just above Brévières but it was "drowned" by a huge artificial lake, the Lac de Chevril, installed to provide hydroelectric power.

So while the main resort village of Tignes today is a much more modern counterpart, “Val”, complete with its ancient 16th century, dates back to the 13th century. Historic remnants of the old village are still to be seen amongst the chalet-style buildings in the resort. Today, this pedestrian-friendly resort is made up of several hamlets all connected by a very efficient free bus service. So once you’re here, you won’t really need a car. The resort is quite long (5km) with accommodation spread along it. There are 7 different start zones for skiing (on the southern side of the valley only), from La Daille at one end (as you enter the resort) to Le Fornet at the far end at the foot of the Col d'Iseran.


The two ski resorts of Tignes and Val d'Isère make up the Tignes-Val d’Isère (formally Espace Killy) ski area, located in the Tarentaise area of the Savoie department in the Northern French Alps. There are multiple villages in Tignes including:

It provides a large well-linked and high-altitude ski area with a very reliable snow record (Tignes is open 11 months of the year!), thanks to the La Grande Motte Glacier and the fact that it backs onto the peaks of the Italian border. According to 'Where to Ski and Snowboard' Tignes is listed as "Good snow guaranteed for a long season - about the best Alpine bet". You can also ski the glacier in the summer months with our sister company Peak Retreats.

As a whole, the Tignes-Val d’Isère ski area has become one of Europe’s premier ski resorts. With its varied ski terrain, easy ski access and excellent lift system, it offers something for everyone – from complete beginners to thrill-seeking off-pisters! 

Areas of Val d’Isère:

  • La Daille (entrance to the resort) - home to the funival underground funicular and the gondola to Folie Douce
  • Rond Point des Pistes - an open area for ski school meeting points and lifts rising into the mountains
  • Solaise - gondola to the summit at 2560m
  • Bellevarde - it's 2827m summit is reached by the Olympique gondola (or funival from La Daille)
  • Le Laisinant - take the chairlift to connect with runs of Solaise and Le Fornet
  • Le Fornet - cablecar/chairlift up to the Pissaillas Glacier and Val's highest lift beneath the Ponite du Montet

Neighbouring Tignes has a lot to offer including the Grande Motte glacier served by a modern funicular railway which takes experts as well as intermediates to the panoramic platform at 3030m within just 7 minutes! The Perce-Neige funicular, which took 4 years to construct, departs from Tignes Val Claret. It carried its first passengers in April 1993, and can transport 3000 people per hour travelling at a speed of 12 metres per second! At the top, you will find a beautifully located panoramic restaurant with the most stunning views, brilliant ski slope options and the cable car to conquer the Grande Motte glacier!

The cable car will take you to new heights at 3456m. It can transport 3000 people per hour thanks to its two cabins and all at a speed of 10m per second! From the top you can enjoy a thrilling ski down to Tignes Les Brévières, have a mountain guide take you to the very summit of the Grande Motte glacier or as a pedestrian simply marvel at the glorious surrounding mountains from the various viewpoints.

For those with their own car, yet more skiing is available fairly nearby in the following ski areas: Sainte Foy is a 30-minute drive from Tignes Val Claret; Les Arcs is 45-60 minutes; whilst La Rosière and La Plagne are about 60 minutes away. And don’t forget you have Val d'Isère just 25 minutes by car (or ski across from Tignes) plus the other Tignes villages. A day of skiing at most of these resorts is possible at no additional cost with lift passes valid for six days or more.

Additional ski fact info, main ski info in resort facts box at top of page (19/20)

Val d’Isère only - 42 lifts (1 funicular, 5 gondola/cable car, 19 chairlifts, 17 draglifts/moving carpets), 81 slopes:

Green slopes: 14
Blue slopes: 34
Red slopes: 23
Black slopes: 10



There are nursery areas in the resort centre and in La Daille plus you will find the gentle skiing areas to progress on on the pistes of the Verte, in the Bellevarde area, and the Madeleine in the Solaise area.

3 free ski lifts on the lower slopes help you master those snow plough turns.
Solaise area: Savonnette Draglift , Village chairlift
Daille area: Lanches Draglift

There are also 12 green pistes further up on the mountain tops and in the region of 24 blue pistes for those who are ready to progress. 

You can also access the beginner pistes at Le Fornet - take the free shuttle bus out of Val d’Isère centre to Le Fornet, then Le Fornet cable car followed by the Vallon de l’Iseran bubble lift to the base of the glacier. From here you have a selection of long, rolling blue runs in and around the Vallon bubble and back down to resort. The pistes should be very quiet, as they tend to be less popular than the Solaise and Bellevarde area but just as good!


A good way to get started in Val d’Isère is to take the Funival funicular from La Daille to Bellevarde. Although this sector is famous for its 1992 Olympic downhill, it’s also a wide plateau with a network of enjoyable blue and green runs.

From Bellevarde you can also access the slopes of neighbouring Tignes. Solaise, another major area, is the gateway to some gentle slopes off the Madeleine, Datcha and Glacier lifts. The Vallon de L'Iseran, dominated by long, wide-open intermediate terrain.

For more advanced intermediates to can easily work your way from the furthest corner of Tignes to the furthest corner of Val d'Isere in a day.


The mountains here are pretty high and steep for the most part. The village is situated at 1850m and the skiing goes up to 3400m in Val d’Isère and 3456m at the top of the Grande Motte in Tignes. These are the setting for some thrilling descents for those serious ski enthusiasts amongst you. Although beginners and intermediates have enough to keep them occupied in Val d'Isere, it's a renowned resort for the more advanced skier. 


If you keep going down the Vallon de L'Iseran, you will encounter some excellent off-piste opportunities, particularly around the Grand Vallon, before you finally end up at Le Fornet, the furthest lift-served point of Val d’Isère’s skiing along the valley floor. A shortish climb from the glacier takes you up to a ridge from where you can descend off-piste all the way down a giant powder bowl to the old village of Bonneval at the head of the Maurienne Valley. It’s good fun but unless you fancy a 3 hour taxi ride, the best way home is to get a helicopter.

Apart from its famous bump run – which will test the knees of the fittest skiers! - Solaise is also the departure point for some interesting tree skiing, much of it with off-piste variants, down to Le Laisinant.


A large snowpark can be found in Val d’Isère and is known as the ‘DC Val Park’. Located at 2500m on the La Daille/Bellevarde sector, access from Tignes Val Claret is via the Bollin Express, from Tignes le Lac via the Toviere gondola or from Val d’Isère via the Daille funicular or Bellevarde cable car. This park has been approved by The French Snowboard Federation, proving its high standard. This snowpark is equipped with 1 x 3 seated chairlift, 2 draglifts, 1 rope tow, 1 quarter pipe, 1 boardercross for all levels, different jumps and hips for all levels, several low/high, single/double rails plus 1 Rainbow and 1 Fun Box. There is also a hut for refreshments and a deck chair area where you can sit back and relax, whilst listening to some music and taking in all the slope action. Not to be missed: Late March is Valpark Week, where the pros arrive for a helicopter photo-shoot!


Tignes-Val d'Isere has 52km (33 miles) of cross-country trails dedicated to Nordic skiing. There is a good selection of trails in each of the three sectors, either high up around the Ouillette lake (Solaise area), or in the Manchet valley, Laisinant or La Daille in Val d'Isere.

Val d’Isère Ski Hire

Pre-book your Val d’Isère ski hire with Ski Collection.

To download the ski extras form, see 'Helpful links' further down the page.

Please note, these Pound Sterling prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

Special offers: *7 days for the price of 6.  Free Skis/snowboard & boots (Blue/Red) for party leaders of groups of 10 or more all taking equipment. 1 Free helmet per child aged 6 and under for every adult booking skis or snowboards & boots (must be under same booking reference and requested on form above). Other duration prices on request - Cross Country ski prices on request.

Val d’Isère Ski Passes

Pre-book your Val d'Isere lift passes with Ski Collection.

To download the ski extras form, see 'Helpful links' further down the page.

Please note, these Pound Sterling prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

Other lift passes on offer (to buy locally in resort in Euros):

Tignes Val d’Isère ski pass – ½ day and daily rates 2019/20 :

½ day - €37.50 children, €45 adults
Day - €49 children, €61 adults

Solaise ski pass – ½ day and daily rates 2019/20:

Day - €37 adults and children

Val d’Isère ski pass – ½ day and daily rates 2019/20:

½ day - €35 children, €43 adults
Day - €44 children, €54 adults

Val d’Isère Ski School

Pre-book your Val d'Issere ESF ski school with Ski Collection.

For ski school times and prices, please download the ski extras form from the 'Helpful links' further down the page. Please note these are just guiding prices. Please call us for the latest prices.

Please note that lesson times are subject to change right until the last minute - you will be advised. Outside French school holidays, the ski school reserves the right to cancel group lessons should numbers be insufficient. For peak periods - Christmas, New Year, February half-term and Easter - we strongly recommend that you book as early as possible and in any case at least 6 weeks prior to the required dates. Morning lessons tend to get booked up first and therefore we may only be able to offer afternoon classes within 6 weeks of departure. In some resorts, English speaking instructors may not always be available, particularly at peak times.

We cannot always guarantee that prices will be cheaper than in the resort. When ski packs prices are calculated, the currency is bought at the exchange rates that apply at the time. You can be assured that once you have booked your extras, if the pound depreciates, you will not be charged more for your ski packs, enabling you to budget for your holiday in advance.

Val d’Isère private lessons 19/20 (not pre-bookable, book direct): 

Individual tuition can only be purchased directly from the ski school. Ski Collection cannot pre-book these.

ESF Val Village: 0033 4 79 06 02 34
ESF La Daille: 0033 4 79 06 09 99

Val D'Isere New Fun Area

Val d’Isère has a new fun area for teenagers, accessible by ski. At 2,000m, in the forest of Etroits, young people can meet in treehouses and relaxing zones, accessible via rope bridges. Developed with the Office National des Forêts (the body in charge of forest preservation), it is a sustainable project.

Val d’Isère childcare (no ski - not pre-bookable with Ski Collection)

Val d'Isere has acquired the Famille Plus label for its childcare facilities. Please view here for more information on the Famille Plus label.

Creche Village des Enfants

Schedules: Open from Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm.
Place: Kids village, roundabout of the pistes.

Information and registrations direct by email or by phone
Reservations and payment on-the-spot, at the latest the day before, before 6pm.

Age: 6 months – 3 years
During your kid’s inscription, you will have to bring its health record or a copy of its vaccines up-to-date.
Activities: in-the-open games, walks, early-learning activities, manual works, picnic trips, discovery of the mountain dweller environment…

Rates -

0033 4 79 40 09 81

Top winter activities to experience in Val d’Isère!

Please note Ski Collection do not any activities and most activities are payable.

Snowsport activities:

Play and relaxation area
Discover the Lost Village, a new playground and relaxation area in the Etroits forest, with suspended walkways and wooden huts. 

Driving on ice
Whether you are on two or four wheels, at the handlebars or steering wheel, you’re in charge and here, you can do things you would never be able to do on the road, in complete safety. The activities include; Ice driving lessons, Karting, Electrical Motorbike and Driving simulator.

Dog sledging
Experience a discovery ride as a passenger in a mesmerizing landscape.

Hiking for all levels, group or private. 2 hrs, 1/2 days, whole day, trekking, evening hikes, Nordic walking. Yoga-raquettes. Equipment and transport provided.

Driving School
Qualified instructor. Expert Driving school, driving on snow and ice, road safety.

Ice climbing
Beginner and improver lessons in ice climbing. Day/week. Individuals, groups or conferences.

Ski Touring
Ski-touring day lessons; and week and weekend courses from a mountain hut or based in Val d’Isère village. Hut to hut ski-tours Val d’IsèreGran Paradiso, Val d’Isère- Hte Maurienne Vanoise, and Val d’Isère-italians huts to Ste Foy.

Ice Rink
Natural ice skating rink in the middle of the village. Chalet, hot drinks and a host of entertainments.

Cross country skiing
Cross country enthusiasts can explore the four different track loops (40 km in all) discovering raw, wild nature and magnificent views of the Vanoise.

Other activities:

Fun area
Val d’Isère has a new fun area for teenagers, accessible by ski. At 2,000m, in the forest of Etroits, young people can meet in treehouses and relaxing zones, accessible via rope bridges. Developed with the Office National des Forêts (the body in charge of forest preservation), it is a sustainable project.

The Aqua Leisure complex lounge area offers the ideal opportunity to work on your swing whatever the weather with the ultra-realistic indoor golf simulator. This innovative, high-tech equipment, which offers the cutting edge in technology, provides a selection of virtual golf courses with larger than life details and 3D effects. Aimed at both amateurs and professionals, this jewel of modern technology calculates real-time data such as ball and club speed, distance, hitting angle, back and side spin etc. Created for fun or for training purposes in view of the Winter Golf event, it may be used in practice or game mode as the swing analysis system offers all the information required to progress, swing after swing...

Wellness area
The Wellness area extends for almost 1,000 m² and includes a 25 m sports pool, as well as a 416 m² fun pool with a lazy river, water cannons, massage jets, bubble seats and a paddling pool. As for wellness, it offers three jacuzzis, three saunas, a hammam, a fragrance pool and a tanning booth, all waiting to help you relax to the max.

Open to all: seasonal workers and tourists. A variety of gentle and more dynamic sessions, featuring a wide range of postures and with a particular focus on breathing.

Kid’s area
Kids rule at the Aqua Leisure Complex. Safe play areas and specially adapted activities for every age group.

Multi-media library
Val d`Isere’s multi-media library offers books, comics, CDs, DVDs, magazines for loan. Video games, board games and virtual reality helmet on the spot. Subscription for 15 days, 6 months or 1 year. Internet access plus WIFI hotspot.

The programme broadcast on Radio TV Val d’Isère 96.1 and published in the Valscope, parking’s information boards.

In the Maison de Val, the museum tells you the history of our beautiful resort and those who have done so... Interactive and playful, texts in French and English, free entrance... do not pass by, the museum is worth a visit! Booklet in Russian, Italian, and for Children (in French).

Arts lesson
Offers courses in drawing, painting, sculpting and etching.

Located in our Bar area, the Barmes de l’Ours Bowling.

Little ones can go ‘behind the scenes’ to learn about snow-making and even ‘drive’ a cable-car! The miniature ski resort area has fun educational activities where they can explore how mountains are looked after, including piste grooming and mountain rescue. The area, known as Valkids, also has its own toboggan piste, deck chairs and picnic tables.

Please note: All the above information is for information only. For the most up-to-date information please visit the resort tourist office website. All activities will be in local currency (€ Euros) and are bookable and payable locally in resort. 

Val d’Isère Resort News and Events 

Resort news:

  • New projects - after the 2-year Solaise project completed in 2016, the new 5 year 'Le Coin' project is underway with a scheduled completion date of 2022. This includes a €200 million plan to redevelop a section of the village with new hotels, apartments, shops (Val Tower with 7 level space including shops, cafes and top floor panoramic restaurant), bars, underground walkways, nursery etc
  • La Daille gondola - a brand new 10-person Poma gondola costing €10m will bring skiers from the La Daille area up to the Folie Douce. The new lift, with 51 cabins, WiFi and heated seats, replaces the old four-person télécabine that opened in 1966 and which was renovated in 1994. The new lift increases uphill capacity per hour from 933 to 2,800 passengers and halves the journey time to just 4min 30sec! The spacious Symphony 10 cabins (including 1 VIP cabin), the first of their type in France, were created by an Italian designer who works for Ferrari and Maserati. Some 40 bulky electricity-style pylons have been removed from the mountainside and any replacements are in sleek minimalist style. Read the Val d’Isere blog for more information
  • Lift re-opening - one of Val d’Isère’s iconic ski lifts, which has been closed for the past six years, has been renovated and is to reopen for the coming season. Téléski des 3000 on Solaise permits advanced skiers to reach the Leissières ridge that separates Solaise from the Le Fornet ski area and the Pissaillas glacier. The drag lift goes up to a lofty 2960m and the 76% slope here is only suitable for accomplished skiers.
  • Folic Douce news - party-goers will be able to step from the new La Daille gondola to an escalator that brings you directly from the lift to the terrace of Folie Douce. Also new for this season is The Beaufort Gallery, a cheese maturing room with spectacular views of Mont Blanc. This new space can be booked for private parties.
  • New hotel - opening of France’s highest hotel, on the mountainside way above Val d’Isère. At a heady altitude of 2551m, France’s oldest cable car station has been transformed into Le Refuge de Solaise. The project is a partnership between local restaurateur Jean-Claude Borel and local architect Jean-Charles Covarel.


  • 18th - 19th December 2021 - 66th Critérium de la Première Neige – A highlight of the early season, the Ladies downhill World Cup event will take place on the legendary OK slope. Visit the Criterium partners’ village in the finish area and enjoy a host of stands and entertainments.

  • 20th December 2021 - The Elfin Cabin. Pop in to the elfin cabin and join in a Christmas decoration workshop. 

  • 20th - 23rd December 2021 - Ice carving Demonstration. The ice sculptor elf will be carving out icy masterpieces.

  • 21st December 2021 - Embroidery Christmas Class. Chose your pattern and create that personal gift with an embroidered card in red thread.

  • 21st December 2021 - “Once upon a time at Christmas in Val d’Isère”: Join the guided tour for all the family with a local heritage guide. Visit the heart of the village and discover the stories and traditions of Christmas in the mountains. 

  • 21st December 2021 - “Christmas torchlit descent and firework display “: French National Ski School descent and hot mulled wine.

  • 21st December 2021 - “Strolling Giant Christmas Characters “: Meet the large, illuminated Christmas puppets.

  • 22nd December 2021 - “Kiddies Christmas Morning”: Storytelling and playtime for children based on winter and Christmas tales.

  • 22nd December 2021 - Magic Show.

  • 23rd December 2021 - Christmas carol concert by the Christmas Diamonds.

  • 24th December 2021 - “Explore the Christmas lost village”: Go along and discover the colourful Christmas lost village. 

  • 24th December 2021 - make-up workshop the Christmas fairies offer children under 12 a make-up workshop before the arrival of Santa Claus. 

  • 24th December 2021 - “Father Christmas comes to town”: Father Christmas will be arriving in his magic sleigh. 

  • 31st December 2021 - New Years Eve Firework Display.

  • Throughout Winter - Ski touring race “Avaline TraX”

  • 17th-21st January 2022/ 7th-10th March 2022 - Classical Festival - To celebrate its 28th anniversary, Classicaval takes to the great outdoors and invites you to an original concert venue on the Olympique cable car.

  • 24th January 2022 - Matra Snow Cross - The Matra Snow Cross is an e-fat bike race
    Everyone is welcome to compete in this unique event: general public, amateur riders, pros and anyone else wanting to test their limits around a snow-covered circuit.

  • 3rd March 2022 - Super Hero Carnival - From the church through Val Village and onto the main street for a colourful finale. Don’t forget your fancy dress!

  • 5th April 2022 - Scara Race. 

  • 11th-14th April 2022 - Leo's Invitational, Acrobatics and Ski Show - A new and unique circus-themed freestyle/freeride/freefly event. 

  • 19th-22nd April 2022 - 25th International Discovery and Adventure Film Festival. 

Check the Val d’Isère tourist office website for more exciting news: 

Apres-Ski, Bars & Restaurants

Val d'Isere has an impressive selection of outings. All tastes are catered for in over 70 restaurants, from traditional cuisine served at Chalet du Cret to fish and seafood served at the Perdrix Blanche. Happy hours and nightlife stretch from cosy to noisy amongst nearly 20 bars and various nightclubs.

There are various altitude restaurants including Gigi Gigi which is a new restaurant in the Refuge de Solaise in Val d’Isère for 2021, at 2,551m. Combining French art de vivre and Italian Dolce Vita, Gigi offers transalpine cuisine in a friendly atmosphere with breathtaking views. 

Why not try the famous Folie Douce in Val d'Isere for a different kind of dance scene. This branch of the Folie Douce opened in 1976 and is the original, introducing the chain’s trademark Austrian-style afternoon party scene. You will find 7 other Folie Douce in the French Alps - Val Thorens in 2009, Meribel in 2012, Alpe d'Huez in 2013, St Gervais/Megeve in 2014, Chamonix and Avoriaz in 2018, Les Arcs in 2019 Access for pedestrians, only from Val d'Isère: take the La Daille cable car. Access via ski, take the "La Daille" gondola, access La Folie Douce by escalators (Hours 9 am - 5 pm). Accessible directly from the slopes: Diebold (blue) and Mont Blanc (green).


Val d'Isere has a large selection of shops and services including, food stores, newsagents, bakeries, beauty parlours, hairdressers, dentist, doctor, chemist and banks. Not to be missed are luxury boutiques where you can purchase the best of snow sports fashion and more.

Getting to Val d’Isère, France

By Road:

From Calais: 600 miles, approximately 9 hrs 30 mins

By Air:

Chambery: 50 miles, approximately 2hrs

Lyon: 137 miles, approximately 2hrs 35

Geneva: 140 miles, approximately 3hrs

Private taxi transfers from airports to Val d'Isere are pre-bookable via Ski Collection. See our airport & station transfers page for more information.

Tignes Val d’Isère Opening Dates

27/11/21 - 01/05/22

See resort opening information

Special Offers
* Special offers applicable to accommodation cost only, not to travel or ski extras

Accommodation in Val d'Isere

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Residence Chalet Skadi

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 4 Luxury

The 36 stylish, beautifully appointed chalet apartments in 5* luxury Chalet Skadi enjoy an ideal location. Stunning interiors and superb facilities including a spa, beautiful low-lit relaxing pool area, sauna and hammam, give this residence an undoubtedly luxurious feel.

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Residence Chalet Izia

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Luxury

The luxury Chalet Izia, which opened in 2019, is a very welcome addition to the resort’s high-end accommodation offering. The residence enjoys the ultimate ski-in/ski-out location in the Legettaz sector, right next to the renowned red “M” piste (which becomes a blue heading down to the snow front, an easy one minute’s ski, with its nursery, ski school meeting point and main lifts). All 51 spacious apartments are very tastefully decorated in a relaxed, contemporary style.

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Vail Lodge

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 12 Luxury

The luxury Vail Lodge, opening December 2021, is a very welcome addition to the resort’s high-end accommodation offering. The south-facing residence enjoys a ski-in/ski-out location on the Santons ski slope in the sunny Legettaz sector. This small residence of 15 spacious apartments is very tastefully decorated in a relaxed, contemporary style.

Les Chalets du Jardin Alpin

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 12

4* Les Chalets du Jardin Alpin in Val d'Isère is located in a tranquil setting of the La Legettaz area, at the foot of the Solaise ski slopes offering doorstep skiing possibilities (snow and level depending) and is half a mile from the resort centre (800m).

Residence Avancher Lodge

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 6

The Avancher Lodge is a small residence of just 7 apartments, adjoining the Hotel Avancher (***superior) and enjoying the same ideal location in a quiet part of the resort on the Avenue du Prariond, yet just 450m from the resort centre, lifts and ski school meeting point, and 350m from the slopes; the shuttle bus stop is 50m away.

Le Val d'Isere (hotel)

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 5 New to programme

Ideally located in the centre of Val d’Isere, with a view on the old town’s bell tower with the Face de Bellevarde, the Manchet valley, the Charvet rock and the Tête de Solaise in the background.

New to programme

Avancher (hotel)

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 5 Superior

The excellent Hotel Avancher (and the adjoining Résidence Avancher Lodge****) enjoys an ideal location in a quiet part of the resort on the Avenue du Prariond, yet just 450m from the resort centre, lifts and ski school meeting point, and 350m from the slopes.

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Le Refuge de Solaise (hotel)

Bed & Breakfast Hotel & Apartments Sleeps 1 - 18 Luxury | New to programme

For the winter 19-20 season, the former lift station on the Tête de Solaise has been skilfully and lovingly converted into a brand new luxury hotel– at 2551m, the highest in the French Alps: the Refuge de Solaise is the most exciting hotel development in Val d’Isère this coming winter, and probably one of the most challenging and ambitious in the Tarentaise for many years.

Chalet Le Cabrini

Self Catered Chalet Sleeps 1 - 12

Completely renovated in 2017 and tastefully decorated in contemporary style, this 140m2 very cosy Chalet le Cabrini offers a high standard of comfort, as well as one of the best locations in Val d’Isère, being at the foot of the slopes, 200m from the Bellevarde Express and 400m from the Solaise Express and the ski school meeting point.

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