If its doorstep skiing you’re after, look no further than the Residence Le Vermont apartment complex. Situated just 50m from the slopes, it’s perfect for little ones who don’t want to walk too far with heavy equipment. It is high in the village, so the views are spectacular, and whilst the bars and restaurants are not at all far, it is slightly quieter in the evenings, which is perfect for families or those just wanting to chill. Alternatively, in the centre of 1800, you’ll find the Residence Les Lodges de Pierres Valmeinier. Just a stone’s throw away from the bars, shops and restaurants with panoramic views of the surrounding Maurienne Valley, it’s a brilliant choice for anyone who loves to party as much as they love to ski.
Apartments are such a good choice for anyone looking for a ski holiday on a budget, or for people who don’t like the rigid routine that comes hand in hand with catered accommodation. It also doesn’t mean that those staying in self-catered accommodation will spend the week chained to the kitchen. This is a ski myth as mystical as the abominable snowman, as the choice of restaurants and bars offers numerous and indeed valid reasons to swerve the kitchen and eat out instead.
Those staying in an apartment shouldn’t feel like they have chosen the budget option, as many larger complexes will offer shared wellness facilities like swimming pools and steam rooms, so kick back, take a dip and make a friend! If you’re interested in these optional extras, give us a call and we’ll be sure to find you some.
Apartments come as part of a deal with flights and transfers if it’s easy travel you’re a fan of, with channel crossings if you can’t part with your car or alone as an accommodation only option for those who prefer to organise travel separately.