Hotel La Brunerie, Les Deux Alpes

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4.0 out of 5 based on 6 reviews
It’s not an Olde Worlde hotel (and I quite like traditional hotels) but everything was very clean. The food was very good, we ski quite a lot but haven’t been to a place where you could choose between going in and serving yourself (if you didn’t want to wait) or being served from the table. It worked quite... + more
Beverly Kirk, Great Yarmouth
4 out of 5
We had a fantastic week. The Brunerie is good as it’s fairly close to the main lifts and lessons were only a 5-10 minute walk away. There’s also a really good bar called Le Windsor across the road. We enjoyed the food and the eating arrangements worked very well for a big party - they put us on the mezzanine ... + more
E. Taylor, Glasgow
3 out of 5
It’s basic accommodation but it was good. Everything was warm and clean which is what’s important and it had a nice atmosphere to come back to at the end of the day. The manager had everything running so well and efficiently, he knew people wanted to get out to the ski slopes and made sure everything ran on ... + more
Deborah Leach, Chaddleworth
5 out of 5
I would suggest improving the wi-fi in the rooms. Having 2 kids with me meant I would have liked the hotel closer to the ski-hire / lifts but it was OK. The hotel seemed to have either families with young children or people in their 50s on a budget ski holiday, so maybe that's the market(s) to aim for. Hote... + more
David Protheroe, Surbiton
4 out of 5
The hotel was very good, the staff seemed friendly and it was nice for the kids as there’s a pool. I liked the food and they happily cooked the baked beans we bought for my son as that’s his favourite thing to eat. We had a family room with 2 bunk beds and a separate part for us and there was definitely enoug... + more
Jamie Scanlon, Coventry
4 out of 5
The hotel was OK – the only thing that lets it down is that it’s all a bit tired, the gymnasium, table tennis and pool area were very tired, there’s a jacuzzi which was the same temperature as the pool, so there was no point using it really. The sauna wasn’t bad but it wasn’t open all the time (but I suppo... + more
Mr Freeman, Chigwell
4 out of 5
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Package - what's included - what's included & available - what's included plus available extras - what's included & what extras are available

Accommodation
Half Board
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Hotel La Brunerie

· central location in Les 2 Alpes · 5 minutes walk to the Jandri Express ski lift and the foot of the pistes · 10 minutes walk to ski school meeting point, or bus stop outside


Overview - hotel description - Hotel La Brunerie description

The Hotel Brunerie is an excellent base in Les Deux Alpes, located in the centre of town and just 5 minutes walk to the main lifts. The bar and restaurant have been recently refurbished to offer a light and modern feel. The hotel also offers a good sized indoor swimming pool to help you relax the muscles after a hard day on the slopes.


Facilities - Hotel La Brunerie features

· indoor pool and sauna · extra charge for massage and beauty treatments · free WiFi · sun terrace · bar with satellite TV · games room with pool table · ski room · 58 bedrooms


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

for 2 people on half board sharing a twin room with shower and WC. Twin rooms with bath and quad rooms with twin beds, bunk beds (separated by a door), bath and balcony are available at a supplement. All rooms have cable TV and a hairdryer.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel La Brunerie

· hot and cold buffet breakfast · 4 course buffet style evening meals · early evening meals for children aged 3 years and under from 6.30pm


Please Note

The dress code for evening meals is smart/casual

We update Hotel La Brunerie'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.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - hotel dates & departure airports - Hotel La Brunerie dates & departure airports

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Sat 24 Dec 201624/12/16
Sold Out 
Sat 31 Dec 201631/12/16
Sold Out 
Sat 07 Jan 201707/01/17
£829£452
Sat 14 Jan 201714/01/17
£862£523
Sat 21 Jan 201721/01/17
£888£658
Sat 28 Jan 201728/01/17
£883£791
Sat 04 Feb 201704/02/17
£1103£910
Sat 11 Feb 201711/02/17
available 2 sharing
Sat 18 Feb 201718/02/17
£1428£1155
Sat 25 Feb 201725/02/17
£856£840
Sat 04 Mar 201704/03/17
£903
Sat 11 Mar 201711/03/17
£850
Sat 18 Mar 201718/03/17
available Stansted, Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bristol, Southampton
Sat 25 Mar 201725/03/17
available Stansted, Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bristol
Sat 01 Apr 201701/04/17
available Stansted, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol
Sat 08 Apr 201708/04/17
Sold Out 
This package holiday to Hotel La Brunerie in Les Deux Alpes, France departs Saturday 7th January 2017, for a 7 night stay on a "half board" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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Resort - about Les Deux Alpes - about holidays in Les Deux Alpes - about ski holidays in Les Deux Alpes - about ski holidays in Les Deux Alpes France

Glacier Skiing Awesome après Loads to do

Gobsmacking views of Mont Blanc aren’t the only bonus of the glacier - this ‘upside down’ ski resort is one of the most snow sure in the Alps, so much so that you can ski here in the summertime. Much loved for its après ski, the town's main strip is bursting with some of the best bars in the mountains.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Nightlife Off Piste Groups Families Glacier Skiing

Les Deux Alpes webcam

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Snow Forecast: 22cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 65.5cm

Les Deux Alpes trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Grenoble (GNB)110km, 1h 50mins
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1946

Les Deux Alpes lift pass price last reported as €211 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel La Brunerie.
Night skiing: Yes
Les Deux Alpes has S SW NW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1650m
Top of slopes: 3568m
Bottom of piste: 1300m
Vertical drop: 2268m
Total length of trails:223km
Longest piste:12km
Grenoble is the closest airport with a transfer time of just under 2 hours, making the resort really accessible by road. The resort was first used for skiing as early as 1925, when the first ski tow was erected. Unfortunately, this rather Neanderthal piece of equipment fell down a mere 15 minutes after the opening ceremony! The “Les Deux Alpes”, as we know it today, was established in 1946. It is commonly assumed that the name is derived from the two mountains on either side of the town, when in reality the na...
There are plenty of beginner slopes on the front face with runs like les Vikings and Les Gentianes for those learning to ski. The great thing about LDA is that there are some terrific beginner slopes higher up the mountain so new skiers can really experience the benefits of skiing at altitude. The Cretes area at 2100m is the favourite spot for ski schools, with the Ski Escalator a welcome aid to those learning to ski. A top tip for beginners is to either ski the green back to resort early or opt for the gondola ...
You don’t have to look far to find good après in L2A. The best place to start has to be the Panoramique bar, known as Pano bar to the locals. This slopeside restaurant, based at 2,600m really comes alive between 3pm and 5pm every day with a DJ set that will vibrate through your whole body. At the bottom of the piste, Umbrella bar is a great place to keep the party going. If you want to take the night further then Smithy’s is the place to go, with great modern music as well as a few nights of live entertainmen...

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"Central hotel with nice balcony room"

Beverly Kirk, Great Yarmouth
4/ out of 5
It’s not an Olde Worlde hotel (and I quite like traditional hotels) but everything was very clean. The food was very good, we ski quite a lot but haven’t been to a place where you could choose between going in and serving yourself (if you didn’t want to wait) or being served from the table. It worked quite well for us as if we wanted to be the first people down to dinner we could just go and get what we wanted – it was all set out really nicely. We liked the little room with the bar as it was nice and social, plus you get free wine! Another good thing was that we had one of the front rooms which had a balcony where you could stand and look over the slopes at the people skiing (it was opposite the children’s area). As well as near the nursery area, you’re also really near the main slopes - literally 5 minutes – and right in the high street with everything nearby.

"Fantastic group holiday"

E. Taylor, Glasgow
3/ out of 5
We had a fantastic week. The Brunerie is good as it’s fairly close to the main lifts and lessons were only a 5-10 minute walk away. There’s also a really good bar called Le Windsor across the road. We enjoyed the food and the eating arrangements worked very well for a big party - they put us on the mezzanine level of the dining room so we could all stay together which was quite handy. It was nice to have one waiter attending to us all week as it meant we got to know him quite well. The rooms were fine, they were a bit more basic than we were expecting but we weren’t ever in them for a long time and on the plus side the bathrooms were all really nice. The hotel has a lovely bar area which was a great place for us to gather as a big group and made the stay very sociable. In terms of facilities, the boot room was fine but the pool are let the hotel down. We used both the swimming pool and sauna, but both were small and the pool wasn’t overly warm.

"just right for 1st ski holiday"

Deborah Leach, Chaddleworth
5/ out of 5
It’s basic accommodation but it was good. Everything was warm and clean which is what’s important and it had a nice atmosphere to come back to at the end of the day. The manager had everything running so well and efficiently, he knew people wanted to get out to the ski slopes and made sure everything ran on time. Even on the last day, he was up at 2am getting breakfast ready for everyone. We liked the bar and it was all included in the price which makes things easy. The food was good and we didn’t end up eating out at all (we’d heard it was expensive anyway), the choice at the buffet was endless and everything was excellent. Loc was fine, we struggled taking our skis back to the hotel and ended up paying for them to be left at the shop which made things a lot simpler. If I had one negative, it would be that the swimming pool was a bit cold for our liking, you couldn’t really warm up there after coming in from skiing but I think that’s pretty standard in France.

"great activities & facilities"

David Protheroe, Surbiton
4/ out of 5
I would suggest improving the wi-fi in the rooms. Having 2 kids with me meant I would have liked the hotel closer to the ski-hire / lifts but it was OK. The hotel seemed to have either families with young children or people in their 50s on a budget ski holiday, so maybe that's the market(s) to aim for. Hotel was good - food, rooms, apres-ski activities, jucuzzi/swimming pool and service were all very good.

"Definitely recommended to families"

Jamie Scanlon, Coventry
4/ out of 5
The hotel was very good, the staff seemed friendly and it was nice for the kids as there’s a pool. I liked the food and they happily cooked the baked beans we bought for my son as that’s his favourite thing to eat. We had a family room with 2 bunk beds and a separate part for us and there was definitely enough room for everyone and all the ski gear. The location is only a little walk from ski slopes and shops etc, and if you’re a decent skier you can ski to the front of the hotel. The only thing that might be worth noting is that the chap who ran the hotel didn’t want people who had hired skis from the ski shop to use the lockers and said to leave them in the shop (something to do with insurance).

"Bit tired but overall fine, would book again"

Mr Freeman, Chigwell
4/ out of 5
The hotel was OK – the only thing that lets it down is that it’s all a bit tired, the gymnasium, table tennis and pool area were very tired, there’s a jacuzzi which was the same temperature as the pool, so there was no point using it really. The sauna wasn’t bad but it wasn’t open all the time (but I suppose you could say that these are added extras which are nice to have anyway). The dining room was nice although it could be cold as there are some big doors that open out which you get a bit of cold air from. My room was fine, the sliding door of the wardrobe kept falling off but it was quite a nice sized room. Breakfast was a buffet where you helped yourself, it was a bit repetitive in that it was always scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, cheese, croissants etc (the scrambled egg was a little wet for my liking, I prefer it dry, but that’s just me!). Dinner was a variation of main courses and you helped yourself to starters and sweet. The staff were very attentive and were always standing around waiting for you and asking if you wanted anything. It’s a small walk to the ski shop (3-5 minutes at most) and then another short walk from the shop to the lifts. The ski bus is right outside the shop and to walk to the old part of town takes about 15 minutes. Overall, if I was to book another holiday, I wouldn’t say no to staying here again.
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