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A second visit to this well located well managed chalet. Operated by Ski Olympic. Very friendly staff as with the attached bar good food and ski equipment on site. We caught the snow perfectly but it was a little cold at around minus seventeen. The...More
This was our first family holiday and we were nervous about how the kids would take to it. Panic over as it was the best holiday they've ever had. Charles the chalet manager was brilliant as was his team of wonderful staff. Nothing was too...More
Les Arcs had had it's best snow for 20 years, so we were extremely lucky to be there, our first time. The resort has some major advantages for newbies. All the different levels are easy to reach, runs are a good length and transfers back...More
This is our second Easter stay at La Foret. (3-9 April). We were a bit worried that we wouldn't enjoy it as much as last year, as we had a great crowd last year but I have to say it was just as good. Some...More
We are a group of 16 people (3 different families) with mixed abilities. Our last day is today! We arrived last Sunday 20th March. I firstly want to point out to anyone coming out here about the lessons and lift passes. On the transfer coach...More
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As with many resorts, it just depends where you go. But if you're clever, you can get a coffee for €2 or €3 (espresso is only 90c at the Bulle above Arcs2000. Beer about €6. A pizza starts at about €9 but there are other... More
As with many resorts, it just depends where you go. But if you're clever, you can get a coffee for €2 or €3 (espresso is only 90c at the Bulle above Arcs2000. Beer about €6. A pizza starts at about €9 but there are other places where you can spend much more.