2,000m (6,600ft); 1,950m (6,400ft); 1,800m (5,940ft); 1,600m (5,280ft)
Chambery 2 hrs 30 mins, Geneva & Lyon 3 hrs 30 mins
Snow Train (Bourg St. Maurice): Arc 1600 20 minutes, Arc 1800 25 minutes, Arc 1950 50 minutes, Arc 2000 60 minutes
· small beer £2.50 · litre of milk £1.50 · bottle of house wine £14.00 · cup of coffee £2.50
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So what's it like?
A wonderful modern ski resort filled with inspiring skiing
Les Arcs is a wonderful, modern resort filled with inspiring skiing across the Paradiski area. Linked to La Plagne, there is a massive 425 km of pistes, including the Aiguille Rouge glacier above Arc 2000 with guaranteed snow. There are 5 self-contained villages at different heights: Arc 1800 has a lively atmosphere and excellent access to the skiing. Arc 2000 is popular with experienced skiers, with skiing to and from the doorstep. Arc 1600 has a village type atmosphere with a number of shops. The luxury self-catering village of Arc 1950 is the newest and has a good range of shops, restaurants and amenities. Peisey Vallandry is a quiet hamlet, but in a great location at the foot of the Vanoise Express link to La Plagne, enabling guests to make the most of the whole Paradiski area, one of the largest ski areas in the world
€100 hotel credit
€100 Hotel credit available
€50 hotel credit
€50 Hotel credit available
Home of the famous 'Ski Evolutif' teaching method (mini-skis for learning to start, stop and turn), Les Arcs is a great choice for beginners.
The Paradiski Area is brilliant for intermediates. Runs include tree-lined descents into Pèisey Nancroix and Vallandry and a multitude of interlinked blue and red runs.
Ski the breathtaking 7km black Aiguille Rouge right the way down into Villaroger (Europe's biggest vertical drop of 2000m!), pound the moguls of Dou de l'Homme or take the new Vanoise Express lift, which carrys 200 people over to La Plagne and return off-piste through the imposing Nancroix forest.
· live music in the Red Hot Saloon in 1800, and Chalet Luigi in 1950, where all the main sporting events are screened · El Latino Loco in 2000 for a lively, informal atmosphere and more live music · discos include the Apokalypse in 1800 the KL92 in Arc 2000 and Luigi's in 1950
ice rink (1800 and 2000), ski biking, snowshoeing, cinema (1600, 1800, 2000), bowling (1800), bobsleigh (La Plagne), husky rides & helicopter tours
· Fantastic choice in Arc 1800 · Meat or cheese fondue for around 25 including wine and dessert · Chez Eux for gastronomic meals, Belliou la Fumée for grills, Red Rock Bar for great burgers and pizza.
· Shops · Cinema · Supermarkets · Banks · 25kms of prepared walking paths.
From Chambery airportOne-way (arrival) from £43 pp. Return from £82 pp.
One way helicopter transfer for up to 5 passengers are also available
Baby Club (4mths-3yrs) - open to all guests staying in the Hotel Cachette in Arc 1600.
Mini & Kids Clubs (3-12yrs) - open to all guests in Hotel Cachette.
Private Nanny service (6mths-8yrs) - open to all guests staying in the Finest Apartments, Arc 1950 Le Village, Alpages du Chantal (1800) & Roc Belle Face (1600) and any of our chalets (must book whole chalet).
Pre-booking is essential.
Snow Savers for holidays between Dec 2013 to Apr 2014
Kids ski free: free helmet for kids booking skis & boots
Senior savers: reduced lift pass prices for seniors 65-71yrs