A village that is everything a skier could wish for - beautiful yet lively, with plenty of amazing places to eat, combined with 300km of seriously impressive skiing. The resort oozes style and sophistication but is also a favourite of serious skiers - quite the eclectic blend. Accommodation covers everything from 5* hotels to affordable apartments, and Skiworld's Val d'Isere chalets offer a cosy home-from-home accommodation including catering consisting of breakfast, afternoon tea & cake and evening meals, including wine.
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Val d'Isere Ski Chalet Holidays
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3 Reasons for a Ski Chalet Holiday to Val d'Isere
Massive Ski Area – Twinned with and connected to Tignes by the shared ski area and lift system means you have access to 300km of pistes and around 160 ski lifts.
The Pinnacle of Apres – From dancing on tables at Folie Douce to wining and dining at some of the finest restaurants in the Alps, Val d'Isere leads the way.
Alpine History – Centuries-old architecture throughout the old town, typified by the parish church which was built in 1664.
Val d'Isere Ski Holidays
Val d'Isere is often considered one of the jewels of the French Alps, where you can immerse yourself in a winter wonderland of skiing and snowboarding, a host of exciting activities, vibrant après ski venues, delightful dining options, and cosy accommodations.
Skiing and Snowboarding
Val d'Isere is renowned for its exceptional ski terrain, making it a paradise for skiers and snowboarders alike. With access to the extensive Tignes-Val d'Isere ski area, you'll find over 300km of groomed pistes catering to all skill levels. From gentle slopes for beginners to challenging black runs for experts, Val d'Isere has it all. The resort's high altitude, reaching up to 3,456 meters, ensures excellent snow conditions throughout the season, guaranteeing a thrilling and unforgettable skiing experience.
Other Things to Do
Beyond the slopes, Val d'Isere offers a wide range of activities to keep you entertained. Lace up your ice skates and glide across the outdoor rink with the stunning alpine backdrop. Unleash your inner speed demon with a thrilling ride down the Olympic bobsleigh track, or try your hand at ice driving for a unique adrenaline rush. For a more leisurely experience, take a snowshoe hike through the pristine snow-covered forests, embracing the tranquility of the mountains. And don't miss the opportunity to indulge in a spa day, allowing yourself to unwind and rejuvenate after a day of adventure.
Après Ski Venues
Val d'Isere knows how to celebrate a day on the slopes, and its après ski scene is legendary. With a vibrant atmosphere and numerous establishments to choose from, you'll find the perfect spot to raise a glass and let loose. La Folie Douce is an iconic après ski venue located at the top of the La Daille gondola. It offers live music, DJ sets, and a fantastic terrace for dancing and mingling. For a more laid-back ambiance, head to Dick's Tea Bar, where you can enjoy drinks, live music, and a lively dance floor. Val d'Isere's après ski scene is sure to leave you with unforgettable memories and stories to share.
Places to Eat
Val d'Isere boasts a diverse culinary scene that will tantalize your taste buds. From traditional Savoyard cuisine to international flavors, there's something to satisfy every palate. Le Signal is a must-visit restaurant known for its delectable French cuisine and stunning mountain views. If you're craving a taste of Italy, La Casserole serves up mouthwatering Italian dishes with a cozy and welcoming atmosphere. For a unique dining experience, try L'Atelier d'Edmond, a Michelin-starred restaurant showcasing innovative gastronomy inspired by local ingredients. With an array of dining options, Val d'Isere ensures that culinary delights are never far away.
Where to Stay
When it comes to accommodations, Val d'Isere offers a range of options to suit every preference and budget. From charming chalets to luxury hotels, you'll find the perfect place to unwind and recharge for the next day's adventures. The village itself offers a blend of traditional alpine architecture and modern amenities, providing a cozy and picturesque setting. Whether you choose an exclusive Skiworld ski-in/ski-out catered chalet, a budget-friendly apartment just out of town, or a centrally located hotel, you'll be greeted with warm hospitality and easy access to the 300km of skiing in the area.