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A fantastic time, we really enjoyed it! We got a very good deal as we booked a couple of weeks before, so couldn’t be picky – but actually there was nothing to be picky about! It’s a very nice hotel, not too big and everyone seemed friendly. The rooms were fine and the food was great, there was plenty of it ... + more
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Location - where is Chalet Hotel Escapade

Nearest slope: A groomed track to the chairlift is outside the hotel (open for most of the season)

Nearest lift: 50m to l'Eclose chairlift

Equipment hire shop: 600m

Tuition meeting point: 750m (With ESF and accessed by lifts 50m away)

Resort centre: 80m to the old town


Overview - chalet description - Chalet Hotel Escapade description

Head to the Escapade if you're looking for convenience and a welcoming place to rest your head and ski legs. It sits right next to a piste on a small side road, ensuring it's a quiet but handy place to spend your holidays. The chalet hotel has a subtle contemporary feel, yet still retains its mountain charm with plenty of wooden décors.

The entire wellness area has been refurbished to make it a really relaxing place to soothe away any aches and pains. The outdoor hot tub is a particular treat. Dunk your head under and wait for your hair to freeze whilst watching people make their final turns of the day on the slopes.

Those looking to mix with like-minded holidaymakers will love the chalet-style dining and cosy bar area. Grab a drink, a seat and a board game in one of the snug areas then settle down for some proper old-fashioned evening entertainment.


Facilities - Chalet Hotel Escapade features

Relaxed bar with small fireplace, snug area and TV

Large sun terrace

Wellness area with sauna, steam room, indoor and outdoor hot tub

Restaurant with chalet-style dining (some shared tables)

Free Wi-Fi in the public areas

Ski storage with heated boot warmers

Daily housekeeping with towels provided

Pre-bookable private nanny service available on request

Rest and relaxation

We've refurbished the entire wellness area to make it a 'go to' place to soothe any aches and pains away. Enjoy the indoor hot tub, sauna and steam room, or for a real treat, grab a spot in the outdoor hot tub and watch the sunset as you relax with friends new and old.


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

The hotel's 28 ensuite rooms vary in size, sleeping between two and four people. All have been partly refurbished with new soft furnishings and wall art. Some have views out across the slopes and some have a balcony too. The bathrooms are small but well appointed and the toilet is often separate.


Meals - food and drink in Chalet Hotel Escapade

Our chalet board basis is designed for skiers and boarders. Breakfast is a fairly extensive affair with cooked and continental options every day. Your daily afternoon tea of freshly baked cakes and biscuits will be waiting for you when you come in from the slopes.

Evening meals are a three-course set-menu with regionally inspired dishes and served with complimentary wine, all followed by fresh coffee. We provide evening meals on six nights a week leaving you free to head out and explore the resort on one evening.

We update Chalet Hotel Escapade'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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Glacier Skiing Awesome Après Ski 300 days of sunshine

Buckets of off piste and an incredible terrain park make this a freeriding and freestyling paradise - combine this with 250km of pisted runs and you’ve got something for everyone. The town offers a colourful variety of après ski from ice caves to nightclubs and activities for all ages that will put the cherry on top of any ski holiday.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Nightlife Off Piste Terrain Parks Groups Families

Alpe d'Huez webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 82cm

Alpe d'Huez trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Grenoble (GNB)158km 1h50m
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1936

Alpe d'Huez lift pass price last reported as €225 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Hotel Escapade.
Night skiing: Yes
Alpe d'Huez has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.

Town altitude: 1860m
Top of slopes: 3330m
Bottom of piste: 1130m
Vertical drop: 2200m
Total length of trails:250km
Longest piste:16km
With a transfer time of around 2 hours, Alpe d’Huez is very accessible from Grenoble airport. Established in 1936, it was the first resort in France to be installed with a fully operational ski lift. The resort lies in the Grandes Rousses Massif domain and it is partnered by the smaller mountain villages of Auris-en-Oisans, Villard Reculas, Oz-en-Oisans, Vaujany and La Garde, all of which are connected by a free transport system. The slopes are mainly south facing and as a result the area, known as “L’ile ...
Alpe d’Huez has had sun and snow galore since 1936. And with a whopping 52km of greens, this is an excellent place for beginners. The easiest skiing is above the village and Les Bergers and there are plenty of wide open runs underneath the DMC gondola, many being ‘beginners only’ so you can learn without too much traffic. If you’re feeling confident, try some of the blue runs coming down from the main mountain and the signal sector back into Alpe d’Huez. There is a really impressive selection of runs for ...
If you like live music, try the Underground in Vieil Alpe, which combines a pleasant atmosphere with bands playing most nights. Smithys tavern is a proven success in the neighbouring resort of Les Deux Alpes and the Smithy’s in Alpe D’Huez has drinks promotions and healthy portions of Tex-Mex to match. If you can’t bear to miss an important game whilst in France then The Sports Bar is the best spot to watch live sports. L’igloo is the place to go if you want to party late into the night. Alpe d’huez has a...

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"Fantastic family holiday"

Zogsy
4/ out of 5
A fantastic time, we really enjoyed it! We got a very good deal as we booked a couple of weeks before, so couldn’t be picky – but actually there was nothing to be picky about! It’s a very nice hotel, not too big and everyone seemed friendly. The rooms were fine and the food was great, there was plenty of it and the children ate everything. Access to the ski area was via one of those yoghurt pot things and took about 15 minutes to get up there (in more snow you could probably just jump on the slope). Getting back was fine as you can just ski. The only drawback was that the Wi-Fi was really bad.
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