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Location: where is Eurotel Victoria-Les Diablerets

• Ski lifts - 700m • Ski bus stop - 50m • Ski school meeting point - 700m • Resort centre - 400m • Railway station - 600m

Overview: hotel description: Eurotel Victoria-Les Diablerets description

Set in a superb, peaceful location with stunning views and the possibility of skiing in and out, Eurotel Victoria is a family-run hotel with a warm and friendly atmosphere.


Facilities: Eurotel Victoria-Les Diablerets features

Facilities:

  • Spacious lounge/bar
  • Free use of indoor pool, sauna and fitness room
  • Lift
  • Daily piano music
  • Free Wi-Fi

Room Types: Eurotel Victoria-Les Diablerets bedrooms

Number of rooms: 100

Austrian Twin Rooms (2 people): with TV, radio, minibar, shower and wc.

Larger Twin Rooms (2-3 people): with extra bed possible with bath, wc and balcony.

Junior suites (2-3 people) on request and Singles with shower and wc.


Meals: Eurotel Victoria-Les Diablerets food & drink

Meals: Half Board. Buffet breakfast and four-course evening meal with choice of main course. Christmas & New Year meals included.

We update Eurotel Victoria-Les Diablerets'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.

Resort: about Les Diablerets: about holidays in Les Diablerets: about ski holidays in Les Diablerets: about ski holidays in Les Diablerets Switzerland

Charming Swiss village Glacier skiing Linked ski area

Lots for families, easy access from Geneva and a chocolate box village to rival the rest of the Alps are just three reasons we like this resort – and we haven’t even mentioned the three ski areas, one of which is a snow sure glacier. Despite it being oddly named after the Devil (le Diable), it’s hard to find a bad word to say about Les Diablerets.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Groups Families Short transfer

Les Diablerets webcam

Snow Report: Top 275cm, Bottom N/Acm

Snow Forecast: 38cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 79.17cm

Les Diablerets trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Geneva115km, 1 hour 40 minutes
Region:Switzerland, Valais
First opened:1888

Les Diablerets lift pass price last reported as 301 CHF. Ask for a quote when booking Eurotel Victoria-Les Diablerets.
Night skiing: No
Les Diablerets has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December to April.

Town altitude: 1200m
Top of slopes: 3000m
Bottom of piste: 1200m
Vertical drop:
Total length of trails:125km
Longest piste:Olden 7km
Situated in the French-speaking Vaud region of the Swiss Alps, this is one of the most accessible resorts in Europe. With a frequent train service linking to Geneva and a transfer time of just over an hour, it’s an ideal destination for all Sno lovers who want to make it to the pistes ASAP – particularly those with young children. Les Diablerets was known as ‘Le Plan des Isles’ until the townspeople got so fed up of their post being delivered to a similarly named village, that they decided to name it afte...
The snow-sure Glacier 3000 is a great asset to Les Diabs; its runs traditionally have a much longer season between October-May and are suited to all levels – meanwhile Issenau and the slopes around Meilleret also have lots of varied terrain. Beginners can book lessons with the ESS, whose ski garden at the foot of Meilleret has a lovely gentle gradient. It’s even kitted-out with obstacles to put new skills to the test. As you progress, both Isseanau and Meilleret have beautiful blue runs which stretch right ...
The Issenau restaurant is a great place to begin the afternoon après for a warming vin chaud and stunning views before heading down to the village. If you’ve been skiing the slopes of Glacier 3000, the Rooster Bar at Reusch is worth a stop, followed by the buzzing atmosphere at L’Ormonan which is right in the town centre. Later on, most revellers tend to flock towards La Pote for its lively disco – often hosting guest DJ’s and theme nights – whilst MTB is the best spot to challenge your friends to videogam...

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