Barmettes / Val d'Isère
Cinema room. Sauna. Indoor hot tub. Shower room.
1 twin/double bedroom (en-suite bathroom with separate shower, his and her sinks, TV). 1 twin/double bedroom (en-suite shower room). Guest WC. Bunk room (sleeps 2). Boot room and ski storage
1 double bedroom (en-suite bathroom, free-standing bath, separate shower, TV). Guest WC. Open plan living room, dining room and kitchen
7 Individual beds
2 Additional WCs
6 Dining table seats
8 Living area seats
Spa: Indoor hot tub
Dedicated cinema room
Cot/high chair available
Heated boot warmers
Private laundry facilities
Wood burning fireplace
Available catered, self-catered, accommodation only and bed & breakfast
Accommodation Only: from EUR 7,256 to EUR 37,065
Self-Catered: from EUR 5,990 to EUR 38,703
Catered: from EUR 12,392 to EUR 48,699
B&B on request
All prices are subject to change and will be confirmed at time of the booking.
In the old town
Distances to airports:
Chambéry (CMF): 140km
Grenoble (GNB): 160km
Geneva (GVA): 220km
Lyon (LYS): 220km
Our luxury ski chalets in Val d'Isère are available catered and self-catered, for the best luxury ski holidays. Some are Ski-In/Ski-Out. Many have swimming pools, sauna, hammam and hot tubs. Val d'Isère is located only five kilometres from the border with Italy, on the border of the Vanoise National Park created in 1963.
The ski resort Val d'Isère, in the Savoie region of France, is a colourful wintersports haven that began as a farm community in the years BC. The town received parish rights in 1637 and the parish church, which is still a landmark in the town centre, was built in 1664.
The charming village finds its 1,800 residents outnumbered 15 to one by guests in winter. The western and central areas of Val d'Isère are most recognizable by their "chalet" architecture, while in the eastern part of the town high-rise architecture dominates the landscape.
Along with nearby purpose-built Tignes the area forms part of the Espace Killy, the self-titled "Most Beautiful Ski Area in the World". Named for Olympic hero Jean-Claude Killy, who grew up in Val d'Isère, Val is the better-known part of the skiing region and one of the best ski destinations in the French Alps.
The Val d'Isère village is long and thin at the bottom of a deep V-shaped valley. As you approach the resort you pass by Lac du Chevril, under which the old town of Tignes (sunk in 1952) is found. You then enter Val d'Isère via La Daille where the Olympic downhill run finishes. This is a very popular way for skiers to leave the mountain on Val d'Isère holidays, as it is directly below the greatest après ski party in France at Folie Douce. The ski down at closing time is riotous but only recommended for strong intermediates and above. The Pissaillas Glacier offers summer skiing, as well as the usual winter fare.
The ski slopes themselves are equipped with a high-volume gondola, able to transport standing skiers, the funicular Funival from La Daille via a tunnel to the top of Bellevarde, traditional chair lifts - some with windshields and many detachable, button/disc-pulls - and tow-ropes. There are both groomed slopes and backcountry (off-piste) skiing. The slopes' difficulty levels are particularly high. However, as in Tignes there are grand, easy pistes as well. It is first class off piste country for powder addicts and there are many good guides available.
VAL D'ISÈRE RESORT INFO
Altitude: 1850m | Highest Peak: 200 Grande Motte: 3656m | Piste: 150km
ESPACE KILLY INFO
Pistes: 300km | Green: 15% | Blue: 42% | Red: 26% | Red Black: 17% | Cross Country: 41km
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