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4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
Great time staying here! The apartment was fine and perfect for us. It was functional, and in a good spot very close to the slopes so it was easy. La Tania is great because everything is there so it’s easy to get around! It was obviously quite busy being half term but actually it wasn’t bad at all. One thing ... + more
Claire, London
4 out of 5
Just to let you know we had a wonderful holiday, just a few comments you need to pass onto the hosts/reps. The train was great, transfers smooth and easy. However we were dropped in resort around 6:30am and after the rep had sold us lift passes and put out luggage in storage, he left us in the cold. He told us ... + more
Michelle Fine, Wimbledon
5 out of 5
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Location: where is Grand Bois Apartments

· ski-in, ski-out · in the resort centre · 2 minutes' walk to ski school meeting point and ski hire shop


Overview: apartment description: Grand Bois Apartments description

Maxing out your ski time couldn’t be simpler at these slopeside apartments. You can practically step onto the piste from the boot room door – or you can walk a few steps to the Station de La Tania gondola for speedy links to the rest of the huge Three Valleys area instead.

As for the apartments, they’ve got that classic mountain feel, with lots of natural wood inside and out. All the basics are covered in the compact kitchenette, and you’ve got shops on hand for when you need to pick up supplies for supper. And as a little bonus, each one has its own private balcony.

When it comes to extras, there’s not a long list. During your off-slope hours, you can kick back in front of the telly, or pack some cards to make your own entertainment instead.


Facilities: Grand Bois Apartments features

· extra charge for WiFi (approx. €40 per week)


Room Types: Grand Bois Apartments bedrooms

All apartments have a kitchenette with microwave, ceramic hob and electric coffee machine, dishwasher, fridge, as well as a flatscreen TV. Bed linen including duvets, towels and end of stay, cleaning excluding the kitchen, and local taxes are included.

When you arrive, you’ll need to pay a deposit of approx. €350 by credit or debit card for each apartment on your booking.

1 bedroom apartment (approx. 31m²) - sleeps 1-4: Twin bedroom, extra double sofa bed in living area when booked for three or four, private shower, WC and balcony. West facing.

1 bedroom apartment (approx. 31m²) - sleeps 1-4: Twin bedroom, extra double sofa bed in living area when booked for three or four, private bath, WC and balcony. West facing.

2 bedroom apartment (approx. 41-45m²) - sleeps 1-6: Twin bedroom, cabin room with bunk beds, extra double sofa bed in living area when booked for five or six, private bath and shower, two WC's and west-facing balcony.

2 bedroom apartment (approx. 41-45m²) - sleeps 1-6: Double bedroom, cabin room with bunk beds, two single sofa beds in living area when booked for five or six, private bath and shower, two WC's and west-facing balcony.


Meals: Grand Bois Apartments food & drink

Self Catering

· self-catering apartment with kitchenette facilities

We update Grand Bois 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 La Tania: about holidays in La Tania: about ski holidays in La Tania: about ski holidays in La Tania France

Village charm Laid-back atmosphere Part of the massive 3 Valleys

The charming little village is a modest, family-friendly gem of the Three Valleys. With excellent access to the world’s biggest linked ski area and beautiful views from attractive tree-lined runs leading into this laid-back settlement, it’s an understated location to experience the Savoyard delights of snug accommodation and melt-in-the-mouth food at great value.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Value-for-money Linked ski area

La Tania webcam

Snow Report: Top 209cm, Bottom N/Acm

Snow Forecast: 22cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 62.67cm

La Tania trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Geneva Airport185km, 2hrs10
Lyon Airport180km, 2hrs
Chambery Airport105km, 1hrs20
Region:St Bon Valleys, France
First opened:1990

La Tania lift pass price last reported as €321 (6 day adult 3 Valleys area pass). Ask for a quote when booking Grand Bois Apartments.
Night skiing: No
La Tania has NE facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1400m
Top of slopes: 2738m
Bottom of piste: 1100m
Vertical drop: 1400m
Total length of trails:150km
Longest piste:7.7km
Nestled in the forests between Courchevel and Meribel offering excellent access to both resorts, La Tania is known as the Three Valleys' best-kept secret. Proud to be eco-friendly, the resort facilities are powered by a hydro-electric system and has a car-free centre. Despite its modernity, the village has been designed in-keeping with traditional wooden Savoyard architecture, integrated amongst the beautiful forest scenery. The local businesses are mostly Brit-owned, but visitors can still find very French si...
Long green, blue and red tree-lined slopes overlook the village, and the Three Valleys provides a ginormous amount of opportunities for all different abilities. You can make your way over to Courchevel and Meribel on skis alone. There is a wide range of ski and snowboard schools offering group and private lessons for all ages. There are gentle green runs for novices from the top of the gondola all the way back down to the centre. The blue run ‘Folyères’ on the other side of the lifts is a great place to de...
After a day on the slopes, La Tania is a peaceful base to unwind in. The atmosphere is mostly quiet and relaxed, but some après fun can be found. Le Bouc Blanc is a popular restaurant at the top of the gondola from the village, ideal for relaxing in the sun with a drink on a deckchair. Great value for money, prices are a fraction to those in other places. Pub Le Ski Lodge attracts most of the nightlife, hosting regular live music performances and themed nights. The crowds gather for happy hour, and they air the...

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"Half term in La Tania"

Claire, London
4/ out of 5
Great time staying here! The apartment was fine and perfect for us. It was functional, and in a good spot very close to the slopes so it was easy. La Tania is great because everything is there so it’s easy to get around! It was obviously quite busy being half term but actually it wasn’t bad at all. One thing that wasn’t so great was the Wi-Fi access which could definitely be improved. Otherwise I would highly recommend these apartments.

"Wonderful holiday & my notes to improve rep/service"

Michelle Fine, Wimbledon
5/ out of 5
Just to let you know we had a wonderful holiday, just a few comments you need to pass onto the hosts/reps. The train was great, transfers smooth and easy. However we were dropped in resort around 6:30am and after the rep had sold us lift passes and put out luggage in storage, he left us in the cold. He told us to walk round the small town and get a coffee in one of the bars. Nothing opens till 8am! We had no toilet to use or anywhere warm to sit. Just the cold un heated passage way next to the bag room. We had to change one couple at a time in the baggage room into snow gear to keep warm, and finally at 8am the shop opened to get a drink. At 8:30am first bar opened so we could use a toilet. This should all be pre warned to arriving customers. It should be suggested that guests use the toilets at the train stations, and get a drink there before heading to resort. Or we should be allowed to sit in one of the early departure guests rooms. Luckily we were three easy young couples and used our initiative to get into ski gear to keep warm. Our room was also not ready till 6pm. So we then had to wait in our damp ski gear in a bar to 6pm. Surely our rooms should have been the first ready as they new we were the first to arrive? I understand its change over day and they are very busy, but I have worked in the hotel business for many years, and we should have been given priority to the first rooms ready. The lift was also broken on two consecutive mornings with out any notice so after wasting time waiting for a lift that didnt come we had to walk down 9 flights of stairs in ski gear. A notice on the lift telling us it wasnt working would have been helpful. There was also an evening with no hot water as the buildings boiler broke. I would however still do the night train again, as to me the 8 days of skiing makes it worth it, but at least now I am prepared for what to expect when arriving on resort and would probably change into ski gear on the train to keep warm and use a toilet at the station. Regards, Michelle.
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