Chalet de L'Arc, Les Arcs

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4.0 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
It’s a good chalet, we were travelling as a group of 3 so the triple room suited us well. It was a bit cramped but OK overall. It’s a big chalet and there was lots of room elsewhere for all of the guests. The food was very good and the young staff looked after everyone very well. The location was excellent ov... + more
Richard, Perth
5 out of 5
Would definitely consider staying in this chalet again. In general, we thought it was pretty good. The staff were particularly good and the young guys who did the food were great. The wee kitchen on the top floor didn’t have a very good extractor so the smells from the cooking were quite strong, you ended up s... + more
Steven Dickison, Isle of Coll
4 out of 5
The location was good – Les Arcs is such a small resort that you can get around easily. It probably took us about 15-20 minutes to get from the chalet to the piste. The food was pretty poor to be honest, after quite a long trip to the resort, the first starter we had was a small and cold bit of quiche which fo... + more
James Green, Kent
3 out of 5
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Accommodation
Catered Chalet
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Overview - chalet description - Chalet de L'Arc description

Sleeps: 24-30 guests.

The superbly located Chalet de L'Arc offers comfortable, bright and airy rooms with spectacular mountain views. Not to be missed!

The top floor has a spacious lounge and dining area with satellite TV, a fireplace and also a balcony with excellent views. The comfortable bedrooms all have en suite facilities and are located on the two floors below. Some rooms have a 3rd or 4th bed suitable for children.

Access to the skiing couldn't be easier as it is a short walk to the nearest drag lift where you can choose to ski down to the Varet cable-car or St Jacques chairlift and the village of Arc 1950.

All guests have Free access to the swimming pool, sauna and fitness centre in the Chalet des Neiges building (open 10am-8pm - not Saturdays) approx. 3 minutes' walk along a snowy path.


Facilities - Chalet de L'Arc features

  • Comfortable bedrooms, all with en suite facilities and balcony
  • Spacious lounge and dining area with log fire
  • Free use of the pool, sauna and fitness area in the Chalet des Neiges building

Special attractions:

Free wine included worth over €100.

  • Nearest draglift under 2 minutes' walk (170m)
  • Freestanding chalet under 2 minutes' walk (200m) to the centre of Arc 2000

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • Accommodation Summary
    Entrance Floor:

    Room 1:
    Quad room (sleeps 2-4) with 2 singles and bunk beds in a separate area with bath/wc/balcony.
    Rooms 2-5 :
    Twin with bath/wc/balcony.
    Room 6:
    Triple (sleeps 2-3) with 2 single beds & 1 single in a separate area, bath/wc and balcony.

    Lower Floor
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    Room 7:
    Quad room (sleeps 2-4) with 2 singles and bunk beds in a separate area with bath/wc/balcony.
    Rooms 8 -11:
    Twin with bath/wc/balcony.
    Room 12:
    Triple (sleeps 2-3) with 2 single beds & 1 single in a separate area, bath/wc/balcony.

    Upper Floor:

    Living/dining area with balcony. Separate wc.

Meals - food and drink in Chalet de L'Arc

  • Skiers' buffet breakfast with hot option is included 7 days per week†
  • Afternoon tea and coffee with a freshly baked cake†
  • 4-course dinners, including pre-dinner apèritif, choice of complimentary wines with dinner followed by tea/coffee & chocolates†
  • Special celebration menus on Christmas Day and New Year's Eve
  • Call us for more info on Chalet cuisine

†Breakfast hot option, afternoon tea and dinner is 6 days per week, due to Chalet hotel staff's day off.

We update Chalet de L'Arc'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.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - chalet dates & departure airports - Chalet de L'Arc dates & departure airports

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Fri 16 Dec 201616/12/16
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Fri 23 Dec 201623/12/16
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Fri 30 Dec 201630/12/16
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Fri 06 Jan 201706/01/17
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Sat 07 Jan 201707/01/17
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Sat 14 Jan 201714/01/17
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Sat 21 Jan 201721/01/17
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Sat 28 Jan 201728/01/17
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Sat 04 Feb 201704/02/17
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Sat 11 Feb 201711/02/17
available Gatwick, East Midlands, Birmingham, Leeds/bradford, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bristol, Southampton, Belfast Int, Without Flights, Dover Ferry(Self drive), Folkestone Ferry(Self drive)
Sat 18 Feb 201718/02/17
£1099Special OfferDeal
Sat 25 Feb 201725/02/17
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Sat 04 Mar 201704/03/17
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Sat 11 Mar 201711/03/17
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Sat 18 Mar 201718/03/17
£708£599Special OfferDeal
Sat 25 Mar 201725/03/17
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Sat 01 Apr 201701/04/17
£1048Special OfferDeal
Sat 08 Apr 201708/04/17
£938£919Special OfferDeal
This package holiday to Chalet de L'Arc in Les Arcs, France departs Saturday 18th March 2017, for a 7 night stay on a "catered chalet" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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Resort - about Les Arcs - about holidays in Les Arcs - about ski holidays in Les Arcs - about ski holidays in Les Arcs France

Paradiski Ski Area Famille Plus Montagne label High Altitude Skiing

Home to the fastest downhill run in history, part of the magnificent Paradiski and the self-professed “home of snowboarding”, Les Arcs has well earned its reputation as one of the top ski destinations in France. With varied accommodation, lively après ski and abundant activities, this is a truly must-visit resort.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Snowboarding Off-piste Families Groups

Les Arcs webcam

Snow Report: Top 120cm, Bottom 20cm

Snow Forecast: 12cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 74.33cm

Les Arcs trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambéry (CMF)2h
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1968

Les Arcs lift pass price last reported as 222,50€ (Adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet de L'Arc.
Night skiing: yes
Les Arcs has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1600m-2100m
Top of slopes: 3226m
Bottom of piste: 1200m
Vertical drop:
Total length of trails:200km
Longest piste:7km
Les Arcs was established in 1968 and is located in one of the largest ski areas in the Alps. The closest airport is Chambery with a transfer time of around 2 and half hours and there are various transport links from Geneva, Lyon and Grenoble too. Present day Les Arcs consists of 4 purpose built villages. The original resort, Arc 1600, was purpose built for doorstep skiing and is directly linked by a funicular from Bourg St Maurice. Arc 1800 lies to the east as you look up the mountain and is quite the contr...
The ski area has everything from gorgeous tree-lined runs to steep off-piste. For beginners, each of the 3 main Arcs has “ski tranquille” zones and the wide beginner runs leading to the resort have gentle gradients that are perfect for practicing after ski school. There are also magic carpets at 1800 and 2000 - an easy way for beginners to get up the mountain without having to tackle button lifts. A number of runs are accessible via free beginner lifts, including a short lift at the bottom of Arc 1800. The ...
If you’re looking for a party, Arc 1800 is definitely the liveliest village in resort. It has previously been home to the legendary Snowbombing festival and has loads of bars and restaurants to choose between. Amongst its best is the Red hot saloon bar, known locally as the “Red Bar”. If you’re looking for more of a French style après bar, Ambiente has a really cool atmosphere and lots of nice cocktails while Le club 1950 is the place to be if you’re looking to party into the small hours. Arc 1600 is a lit...

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"Nice chalet"

Richard, Perth
5/ out of 5
It’s a good chalet, we were travelling as a group of 3 so the triple room suited us well. It was a bit cramped but OK overall. It’s a big chalet and there was lots of room elsewhere for all of the guests. The food was very good and the young staff looked after everyone very well. The location was excellent overall, it was a wee bit of an issue having to get the tow lift to the slopes but it wasn’t too bad! We went to one restaurant, an American steak place called Hemingway’s which I would recommend – just take the chair down about 50 metres to reach it.

"Def consider staying here again"

Steven Dickison, Isle of Coll
4/ out of 5
Would definitely consider staying in this chalet again. In general, we thought it was pretty good. The staff were particularly good and the young guys who did the food were great. The wee kitchen on the top floor didn’t have a very good extractor so the smells from the cooking were quite strong, you ended up smelling like the food if you hung around there too long! Certain things were a little tatty inside but the room was ok. We had room 6 on the ground floor for 3 of us, with a twin bed and a separate bed around the corner by the entrance door. It was really warm, to the point we had to open the balcony door some times, but this is much better than being cold. There wasn’t much cupboard space or much hanging space for drying stuff, which wasn’t a problem for us but if you pack a lot of stuff it might be a problem. For some reason in the bathroom, the shower head is only a few inches above the edge of the bath so showering was a little bit awkward but other than that the bedroom was fine. There’s a boot room cupboard in the corridor which was fine for what we needed. I wouldn’t class the chalet as ski in ski out. It’s about a 5 minute walk to the drag lift and when we were here the snow was particularly deep and it got quite icy. The alternative route (up through lifts, through top building, across where the ticket office is) was a bit of a faff so younger children or older skiers might have trouble.

"Good location, poor food"

James Green, Kent
3/ out of 5
The location was good – Les Arcs is such a small resort that you can get around easily. It probably took us about 15-20 minutes to get from the chalet to the piste. The food was pretty poor to be honest, after quite a long trip to the resort, the first starter we had was a small and cold bit of quiche which for 5 blokes who hadn’t eaten for hours wasn’t great. Our rooms and the rest of the chalet were OK.
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