Located at the entrance to the resort, in the La Daille district, facing the slopes, the residence enjoys an exceptional sun exposure and offers an uninterrupted view over the valley and its traditional village. Between 5m and 100m from shops and restaurants and 1 km from the centre of Val d'Isère.
In all apartments: Fully equipped small kitchen with ceramic hobs, refrigerator, microwave grill oven, dishwasher and electric coffee-maker, balcony or loggia, telephone (paying), television (paying), bathroom with toilet.
Languages spoken: French, English, German
Tourist tax (Over 13 years): €1.10 per person per day
Arrivals after 17:00, departures before 10:00
Great value ski holiday accommodation in France. All residence come fully-furnished, well designed & functional, whilst remaining in your budget.
All their apartments include fully-equipped kitchens, beds made up on arrival and tea towels in the price while a wide range of extra services are available either during booking or once on site.
For further information, enquiries or to make a booking please use the links on this page.
You’ll need to book your own transfers when staying here. Your main options are shared or private transfers, but consider whether you would prefer a door-to-door service or a (generally cheaper) “communal” drop-off point at your destination.
Also see: Transfers to Val d'Isere, France
You’ll need to organise your own bike hire when staying here. Things to consider are the type of bike you want to rent such as road, mountain, hard trail and/or an electric bike; and whether you’ll need helmets and protective clothing with your rental. You’re best off choosing a shop that is close to your accommodation for ease of access, and making it quicker to return the bike and pay at the end. Some companies may also deliver so it’s worth looking at all the options.
Also see: Cycle Hire in Val d'Isere Valley, France
You’ll need to book your own ski hire, when staying here. There are many choices for hiring equipment. Generally, you’re best off choosing somewhere close for ease of access, & less far to carry your kit, easier to make changes, and quicker to return and pay at the end. Nevertheless, many suppliers will deliver and some snow-front rental stores offer ski lockers, so it’s worth checking out all the options.
Also see: Ski Hire in Val d'Isere Valley, France
Lifts & Passes
You’ll need to buy your own lift pass, when staying here. Lift passes can be booked online or bought in resort on arrival. There are many types of pass available, suited to different levels, length of stay and budget. It’s worth reading up on the options to get the most from your lift pass in summer & winter.
Also see: Ski Pass Options in Val d'Isere, France
Instructors & Lessons
When staying here, you’ll need to book your own ski or snowboard lessons. Tuition is strongly recommended for complete beginners and is always a good idea whatever your level to perfect your technique. Group lessons are a great way for children to learn with their peers whilst giving you some free time on the slopes. Groups are also a generally cheaper option for adults, however, with a private instructor you’ll have undivided attention and be able to progress at your own pace.
Also see: Ski Schools in Val d'Isere Valley, France
Guides & Tours
When staying here, you’ll need to book your own Guides & Tours, which are a great way to discover Val d'Isere whilst doing a number of fun activities. During the winter, if you are keen to go off-piste, booking a High Mountain Guide is strongly recommended. Not only do they know the best local spots, these highly trained and experienced individuals are very familiar with the surroundings and can provide loads of insights you won’t get by yourself, as well as helping to ensure your safety.
Also see: Guides & Tours in Val d'Isere Valley, France
Location: Val d'Isere Valley
Catering Basis: Self-catered
Property Style: Hotel