Chalet L'Alpicois, La Plagne

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3.8 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
The chalet was exactly what we wanted. The chalet host completely excelled himself. The food was really, really good. Some of the group had food intolerances and they were very well catered for. The host was always there on time, always made sure breakfast was set up for us in the mornings, was very helpful and... + more
Caroline Venner, Nottingham
5 out of 5
The chalet was nice. Luckily we had a slightly bigger room. The rooms were generally quite small (which is normal for chalets from what I understand). The facilities worked fine and they kept it clean. The service was really good, we had a really nice host. His cooking was really good – he wants to become a to... + more
Alison Yarrow, London
4 out of 5
The chalet itself was OK – there’s nothing wrong with the building itself and the location is alright. The food wasn’t great though. I’ve been on loads of ski holidays before and normally the hosts make quite an effort with hors d’ourves etc. Breakfasts were rubbish, they had a bunch of English people comi... + more
Jonny Thornycroft
2 out of 5
Out of the way, but in a small community of chalets, it is great for people who like their holiday to be theirs, and theirs alone. Walk with skis along a snowy backdrop for a couple of hundred yards before getting straight onto the piste and making it down to the lift access area. The town is a further two hund... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
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Location - where is Chalet L'Alpicois

Plagne Centre. Chalet L’Alpicois is a well-located freestanding chalet with the piste and lifts conveniently close. A 300 metre walk (approx.) to the end of the road takes you to the Capella piste from where it is an easy ski to the lifts of Plagne Centre. The shops and restaurants of Plagne Centre are just a 530 metre walk (approx.) from the chalet.

Overview - chalet description - Chalet L'Alpicois description

This unique chalet is set amongst a cluster of freestanding chalets in the Lotissement de la Foret area of Plagne Centre. In Chalet L’Alpicois, all rooms en suite and have plenty of comfortable seating, an open fire in the living room and a large balcony, making this a welcoming chalet to return to at the end of a great day in La Plagne. Latest images of the chalet will be available to view on the website from this autumn.
This chalet is also available on a self-catered basis.

Facilities - Chalet L'Alpicois features

  • Grade: Classic
  • Sleeps: 8-10
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Close to Piste: Yes
  • Open Fire: Yes
  • Piste/Lift: 300m
  • Ski Bus: N/A
  • Town centre: 530m
  • WiFi: Yes
  • All Rooms en suite: Yes
  • Family Rooms: Yes

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Ground floor:
Room 1 = small twin plus extra single bed with shower and WC
Room 2 = twin with shower and WC
Room 3 = twin plus extra single bed with shower, WC and terrace
Upper floor:
Room 4 = large twin with shower and WC and double doors to balcony
• open-plan living/dining room with fireplace and balcony
• separate WC
Chalet staff live out.

Meals - food and drink in Chalet L'Alpicois

We update Chalet L'Alpicois'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 La Plagne - about holidays in La Plagne - about ski holidays in La Plagne - about ski holidays in La Plagne France

Paradiski ski area Ski in, ski out High altitude skiing

A fabulous all-rounder: ski the Paradiski’s wonderful mix of tree-lined trails, knee-deep off piste and wide open cruisers, before returning to whichever purpose built village or age-old hamlet you’re staying in. La Plagne’s easily one of Europe’s best ski resorts and one we visit again and again.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Beginners Glacier skiing Off piste Families Groups

La Plagne webcam

Snow Report: Top 140cm, Bottom 55cm

Snow Forecast: 0cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 67.5cm

La Plagne trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambéry (CMF)110km, 2hr
Geneva (GVA)197km, 2h 30
Lyon (LYS)196km, 2h 15
Grenoble (GNB)199km, 2h 15
Ski Train - Aime30mins
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1961

La Plagne lift pass price last reported as

299€ (adult 6 day Paradise Unlimited pass)

265€ (adult 6 day La Plagne pass)

. Ask for a quote when booking Chalet L'Alpicois.
Night skiing: Yes
La Plagne has N S E W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 2000m
Top of slopes: 3250m
Bottom of piste: 1250m
Vertical drop: 2000m
Total length of trails:225km
Longest piste:15km
In the Savoie region of the French Alps, La Plagne was established in the early sixties and now consists of 11 villages: 7 purpose built and 4 traditional. The aptly named Plagne Centre at the heart of the resort is the main hub of shops, restaurants and après ski. Just underneath lies Plagne 1800, a cluster of chalets spread across a steep hillside. Higher up are Aime-la-Plagne, Plagne-Soleil and Plagne-Villages, all accessible via chairlifts from Plagne Centre. Plagne Bellecote rests over a low ridge to th...
There are plenty of nursery slopes with access to free beginner lifts for those new to skiing. This is complimented by a wide choice of different ski schools ready to cater to your particular needs. The slopes around the Belle Plagne area are particularly suitable for beginners, with the blue run linking Les Bauches to Montchavin, providing a manageable step up in difficulty from the nursery slopes. For those who class themselves as intermediate standard skiers this really is paradise. 77% of the runs are gra...
It might not rival Val d'sere or Verbier for their wild party scenes, but this is an exceptional resort for unique après ski opportunities. Spend the night in the Black Sheep Igloos, facing Mont Blanc, complete with a fondue meal and a morning wakeup call with breakfast. If this isn’t your idea of fun then ice climbing in Champagny and husky sledding are also on offer. One experience not to be missed is the bobsleigh track, used for Olympic training. There are a variety of ways you can choose to go down it, bu...

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"Really, really good!"

Caroline Venner, Nottingham
5/ out of 5
The chalet was exactly what we wanted. The chalet host completely excelled himself. The food was really, really good. Some of the group had food intolerances and they were very well catered for. The host was always there on time, always made sure breakfast was set up for us in the mornings, was very helpful and answered any questions we had. The rooms were smaller than I expected, but I’ve never stayed in a chalet before so I don’t have much to compare it to. We didn’t spend a lot of time in them anyway, it was really just a place to crash. The chalet’s location was perfect, just a couple of metres from the slopes. The lounge was nice and we sat out on the porch a lot which got good sun. There was an après ski bar right by the chalet which was good and had live music some evenings.

"Really good chalet host"

Alison Yarrow, London
4/ out of 5
The chalet was nice. Luckily we had a slightly bigger room. The rooms were generally quite small (which is normal for chalets from what I understand). The facilities worked fine and they kept it clean. The service was really good, we had a really nice host. His cooking was really good – he wants to become a top chef. 10/10 for the host. The chalet is right next to the main La Plagne area and the lifts. For what we paid for it, it was very good.

"Chalet fine, disappointed with food"

Jonny Thornycroft
2/ out of 5
The chalet itself was OK – there’s nothing wrong with the building itself and the location is alright. The food wasn’t great though. I’ve been on loads of ski holidays before and normally the hosts make quite an effort with hors d’ourves etc. Breakfasts were rubbish, they had a bunch of English people coming and the hot breakfasts had no sauces – you only had a hot breakfast every other day and it was one egg and one piece of bacon. Continental was just yoghurt and a piece of bread.

"Secluded and still near the fun"

Sno man, Sno Staff
4/ out of 5
Out of the way, but in a small community of chalets, it is great for people who like their holiday to be theirs, and theirs alone. Walk with skis along a snowy backdrop for a couple of hundred yards before getting straight onto the piste and making it down to the lift access area. The town is a further two hundred yards away, giving you a great excuse to refresh yourself after a busy day riding. For a memorable evening, don't miss partying in bars like Spitting Feathers and Scotty’s Bar, but make sure you know the way home in the dark!
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