Balcons de Val Cenis Village Apartments, Val Cenis

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Location - where is Balcons de Val Cenis Village Apartments

• 50m to nearest piste • 2 minutes walk to ski school meeting point and centre of Lanslevillard • 3 minutes walk to indoor pool and ice rink


Overview - apartment description - Balcons de Val Cenis Village Apartments description

These high quality apartments, built in traditional Savoyard style, are part of a new building in a great location in Lanslevillard, just 2 minutes walk to the resort centre, and 1 minute walk to the pistes.


Facilities - Balcons de Val Cenis Village Apartments features

• supermarket, shops and restaurant within residence • free access to swimming pool (150m from residence) • pre-bookable evening dinner card option available • 60 apartments


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All have kitchenette with hotplates, microwave, fridge, coffee machine and dishwasher, satellite TV, shower or bathroom with WC and a balcony. Type C apts have a shower room, larger apts have a bathroom with a whirlpool bath. Bed linen, towels, end of stay clean (excluding kitchen) and local taxes included.
Type C apts - sleep 2-4:
living area with double sofa bed. Double bedroom.
Type D apts - sleep 2-5: living area with double sofa bed and pull out bed. Double bedroom.
Type F apts - sleep 4-7: living area with double sofa bed and pull out bed. 2 double bedrooms.
Type H apts - sleep 6-9: living area with double sofa bed and pull out bed. 3 double bedrooms. Extra bathroom, shower room and WC.
Type J apts - sleep 8-11: living room with double sofa bed and pull out bed. 4 double bedrooms. Extra 3 bathrooms, shower room and 4 WCs.

Type E apts sleeping 2-6 people are also available in a sister residence, Balcons du Val Cenis le Haut (3651) are in a higher location in Val Cenis.


Meals - food and drink in Balcons de Val Cenis Village Apartments

· optional pre-bookable 3 course evening meals available for a supplement (meals are taken in a local restaurant close by)

We update Balcons de Val Cenis Village Apartments's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Val Cenis - about holidays in Val Cenis - about ski holidays in Val Cenis - about ski holidays in Val Cenis France

Part of Eski-Mo ski area Traditional villages Tree-lined north-facing pistes

Two small villages huddled in the Maurienne valley, Val Cenis is pretty unknown but packs a punch. It’s a dream for beginners and intermediates with access to an area the size of Espace Killy. Topped with spectacular panoramas and buckets of Savoyard charm, it also has good-value accommodation at a fraction of the cost of other French resorts.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Intermediates Value for money

Val Cenis webcam

Snow Report: Top cm, Bottom cm

Snow Forecast: cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 81.33cm

Val Cenis trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambery135km, 1 ¾ hrs
Grenoble155km, 1 ¾ hrs
Lyon230km, 2 ½ hrs
Region:France, Southern Alps.
First opened:1967

Val Cenis lift pass price last reported as Val Cenis Vanoise: 165€
Eski-Mo Ski pass: 185€. Ask for a quote when booking Balcons de Val Cenis Village Apartments.
Night skiing: Yes
Val Cenis has N, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Mid December – Mid April.

Town altitude: 1450m
Top of slopes: 2800m
Bottom of piste: 1300m
Vertical drop: 1400m
Total length of trails:125km
Longest piste:10km
Val Cenis is the biggest resort in the beautiful Haute Maurienne valley, which sits on the French/Italian boarder with peaks as high as 3000m. Between the Iseran and the Mont Cenis passes, with the Vanoise National Park right on its doorstep, the whole area is a seriously impressive sight for the eyes. The resort itself made up of two small, Savoyard villages, Lanslebourg and Lanslevillard which are 3km apart and were connected as one ski resort in 1967. The latter is slightly prettier and more compact as well...
Lanslevillard is ideal for beginners thanks to its collection of welcoming nursery slopes – Le Mollard is one of our favourite easy greens. In fact, the whole area is fab for beginner skiing – it has the longest green in Europe (L’Escargot at 10km) and if you take the Colomba or Le Haut lifts you gain access to even more greens. There are lots of nice long blues to tackle when you get more confident, Girarde is great for practicing turns and Forestiere is a wide and forgiving descent winding through forest...
The nightlife in the two villages is pretty quiet with the vibe being very relaxed. While it certainly isn’t the place for party animals, there is a handful of fun, inexpensive bars to grab some drinks at après. Le Napoleon, with its pool table and drinks deals is the liveliest spot in Lanslebourg, but Lanslevillard has the bigger après buzz. The Sports Bar and Howard’s Pub (which serves up gigantic burgers and cheap beers) are the most popular joints in town and Bowling 1480 is where the younger crowd like ...

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