Hotel Clos St Louis, Ax Les Thermes

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Hotel Clos St Louis is located just 200m from the ski lifts in Ax-les-Thermes.

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Meal Basis: Bed & Breakfast
The Clos St Louis is a lovely family-run 3* establishment, offering a small number of modern apartments in the charming town of Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees, just 200m from the ski lifts and with very easy access to local facilities and activities.
The apartments are contemporary in design and provide a very good standard of accommodation, being spacious and significantly larger than your typical hotel room. There are two types of apartments available, those sleeping 2-4 adults (T2) or 2-6 adults (T3). Each one has a double bedroom plus sofa bed and an additional double bedroom in the larger apartment, ensuite shower room with WC, open plan kitchenette, dining table and lounge with flat screen TV, balcony and free Wi-Fi.
Breakfast is included in your package and will be delivered to your apartment each morning by the owners, which will include fresh bread, pastries and other continental-style products.
For evening meals, you have the option to dine in and cook in the apartment, or eat at one of the many nearby restaurants in Ax-les-Thermes. The owners can also provide a meal delivery service, at special rates, using local establishments.

Facilities - Hotel Clos St Louis features

  • Apartments
  • Breakfast Included

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • Television
  • Balcony
  • WiFi

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Bed & Breakfast
We update Hotel Clos St Louis'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 Ax Les Thermes - about holidays in Ax Les Thermes - about ski holidays in Ax Les Thermes - about ski holidays in Ax Les Thermes France

Historic spa town 3 linked ski areas French & Spanish cuisine

One of the oldest, greatest spa towns in the Pyrenees branched out into ski tourism in the 50's and hasn’t looked back since... Combine a day on the slopes at Ax-3 Domaines with a good soak at the Ax Les Thermes thermal baths, for a heady blend of pistes and pampering.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Spa & Ski breaks Non skiers

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Toulouse (TLS)125km, 90 mins
Region:Pyrenees, France
First opened:1955

Ax Les Thermes lift pass price last reported as €174.30 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Clos St Louis.
Night skiing: No
Ax Les Thermes has facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - March.

Town altitude: 720m / 1400m
Top of slopes: 2411m
Bottom of piste: 697m
Vertical drop:
Total length of trails:80km
Longest piste:4km
Ax Les Thermes is an old spa town in the Pyrenees close to Andorra and Spain. The healing powers of its sixty or so hot springs have brought visitors to the town since the times of the Romans. Soldiers came here to recover during the Crusades and Ax was established as a leading spa resort in the Victorian era. Hovering around 77°C, the thermal waters here are the warmest in the Pyrenees - and you can experience them for yourself at the colossal Bains du Couloubret spa. Though the thermal waters have been a...
Learners can pick up the basics at the Evolution Space beginner’s area, then practice on the greens found on the plateau between Bonascre and Saquet. Boulevard La Griole is a gorgeously long green run taking you down between the trees to the Bonascre base station – a great one to aim for by the end of the week. Blue run skiers get to explore the whole area, from the Savis valley run in Campels to pistes lined by forest like Bonsacre and Sapins which lead back to the resort. In the red run department,...
On the mountain, the Tetras restaurant in Saquet has outdoor seating on a south facing terrace – we like to nab one of the deckchairs and watch the world ski by. Also in Saquet, Louzat looks over the plateau with its outdoor bar – often hosting parties throughout the ski season. For drinks at the foot of the slopes you’ll find the likes of the DZI DZI and Komo bars. Down in Les Thermes, we like Casa Mauricio for tapas and La Pizzatiere for pizzas. La Table du Sud Ouest and Couteaux Fourchettes serve goo...

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