Hotel Plein Sud, Serre Chevalier

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4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
I don’t stay anywhere else now when I go to Serre Chevalier, in the last two years I’ve stayed there three times. The food is fantastic, with really interesting French dishes - restaurant is very traditional with oak beams etc. I’ve stayed here with a friend but also with my 14 year old son who’d try thin... + more
Ian Stewart, Sandbanks
5 out of 5
We swapped our room for a room with a balcony which is definitely worth doing, ours was facing the ski slopes which was nice. We had a ground floor one but the 1st and 2nd floors would probably be even better. The room itself was quite standard as you find in France, small and old fashioned in many ways. The ... + more
The Plumber, Southampton
4 out of 5
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Accommodation
Half Board
Ferry Included
No Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Plein Sud description

New this year, the Hotel Plein Sud is a lovely family-run hotel in the centre of the village of Chantemerle. It is located only 250m from the ski lifts and the bottom of the famous Luc Alphand run. The hotel offers a very warm welcome, with a cosy atmosphere in the recently renovated bar. The outdoor covered heated swimming pool is the ideal way to relax after a day on the mountain. The resort is known for having 300 days of sunshine per year and the south-facing rooms in this hotel are perfect for enjoying the last of the afternoon sunshine.


Facilities - Hotel Plein Sud features

  • Outdoor covered heated pool, steam room, massage (pay locally)
  • Bar
  • Children’s playroom with games & TV/DVD (unsupervised)
  • Indoor & outdoor parking
  • Ski room
  • Wi-Fi (free)

Special attractions:

  • 2-3 minutes’ walk (250m) from the Place du Téléphérique lift in the centre of Chantemerle.

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 41. Standard twin or double rooms (please specify your preference at time of booking) have a bathroom, hairdryer, minibar, satellite TV, dressing gowns and a north-facing view rooms with balcony facing either garden or piste (available with supplement).
  • There is no single supplement during low season.

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Plein Sud

  • Buffet breakfast
  • Traditional French 3 course evening meal with choice of local specialities twice a week
  • Christmas and New Year gala dinners included
We update Hotel Plein Sud'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 Plein Sud dates & departure airports

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Fri 16 Dec 201616/12/16
Sold Out 
Fri 23 Dec 201623/12/16
£1102
Fri 30 Dec 201630/12/16
available Folkestone Ferry(Self drive)
Fri 06 Jan 201706/01/17
Sold Out 
Sat 07 Jan 201707/01/17
£576£539
Sat 14 Jan 201714/01/17
£798
Sat 21 Jan 201721/01/17
available 2 sharing
Sat 28 Jan 201728/01/17
Sold Out 
Sat 04 Feb 201704/02/17
£1111
Sat 11 Feb 201711/02/17
£1480
Sat 18 Feb 201718/02/17
£1200
Sat 25 Feb 201725/02/17
£974
Sat 04 Mar 201704/03/17
Sold Out 
Sat 11 Mar 201711/03/17
£796
Sat 18 Mar 201718/03/17
£746
Sat 25 Mar 201725/03/17
£752£736
Sat 01 Apr 201701/04/17
£974£935
Sat 08 Apr 201708/04/17
£760
This package holiday to Hotel Plein Sud in Serre Chevalier, 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 Serre Chevalier - about holidays in Serre Chevalier - about ski holidays in Serre Chevalier - about ski holidays in Serre Chevalier France

Excellent snow Large ski area Scenery & character

You get those hulking ski resort titans, and then there’s Serre Chevalier: a group of smaller villages that just happen to share one stonkingly big, seriously scenic ski area. Whether you’re based in family-oriented Chantemerle, lively Villeneuve, romantic spa town Monêtier or historic Briancon, 250km of wonderful terrain awaits.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Couples Après Non-skiers

Serre Chevalier webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 26cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 66.5cm

Serre Chevalier trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Turin110 km, 2 hours
Region:French Hautes-Alpes
First opened:1984

Serre Chevalier lift pass price last reported as 214€ (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Plein Sud.
Night skiing: Yes
Serre Chevalier has N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1200m-1500m
Top of slopes: 2830m
Bottom of piste: 1200m
Vertical drop: 1630m
Total length of trails:250km
Longest piste:7km
Spread across a number of villages and hamlets, the Serre Chevalier valley’s not your usual alpine resort – but that’s what we like about it. While you won’t find a main hub of restaurants, bars and accommodation, a stay in one of the villages gives you a more ski-focussed, budget friendly week on the mountains. Briancon, Chantemerle, Villeneuve and Monêtier are the four main bases, each with their own character, but all with terrific lift access to the mountain. Typical French Briancon sits at the fa...
With some of the best conditions in the French Alps (80% of the slopes are above 2000m) the ski area includes wide-open, sunny plateaus, scenic tree lined runs and a perfectly groomed blanket of white beneath your skis or board. The piste can be accessed from all four towns and nursery slopes run from each allowing beginners to gain some confidence in peace - with help from the excellent ski schools in the area they’ll be progressing higher in no time! Beginners will find a number of gentle blues and steady ...
There’s never a dull moment here and with four different towns oozing character you’re sure to find something to suit you. Ski down the home run at Chantemerle to find the popular station bar where après ski begins with a happy hour or if you’re based in Villeneuve, the Grotto at the base of the slopes is the place to be for that après ski buzz! 1420 in Briancon is perfect for an evening of sophisticated drinks. The liveliest après is found at Villeneuve with a number of bars for evening drinks - The Frog ...

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"Can’t fault it, unbelievable food"

Ian Stewart, Sandbanks
5/ out of 5
I don’t stay anywhere else now when I go to Serre Chevalier, in the last two years I’ve stayed there three times. The food is fantastic, with really interesting French dishes - restaurant is very traditional with oak beams etc. I’ve stayed here with a friend but also with my 14 year old son who’d try things he’d never try at home and has always enjoyed whatever was on the menu. The only thing I would say is to make sure you’re in a south facing room looking over the main slopes. You do have to pay a premium but you get a much larger room and have a balcony, so it’s definitely worth pushing the boat out a little bit more. The rooms are modern and have always been well cleaned while we were out skiing, I don’t have a bad thing to say about them. It’s not necessarily a young family hotel and is more for teenagers plus, i.e. if you have a family with teenage children it’s perfect. The facilities include a swimming pool (which is always on) and a sauna (although I’ve never used it). It’s also a short walk to the slopes (I’d say probably 10 minutes tops) and all the ski hire shops offer the facility to store your equipment overnight which makes things much easier.

"I’d go back with no hesitation"

The Plumber, Southampton
4/ out of 5
We swapped our room for a room with a balcony which is definitely worth doing, ours was facing the ski slopes which was nice. We had a ground floor one but the 1st and 2nd floors would probably be even better. The room itself was quite standard as you find in France, small and old fashioned in many ways. The hotel is family run by a mother and son and the food they did was fantastic. You didn’t have a massive choice but it was usually 2 meat dishes and a fish dish. Breakfast was fine and depending on what time you leave on the last day, they give you a breakfast bag to take with you. The distance to the slopes is good, we left our stuff in a local hire shop and just walked down each morning – it cost me 15-20€ to leave my stuff there for the week and my partner hired her equipment so it was free. The lockers are near one of the main chairs so it was all very convenient. The hotel has a small bar and there is a pool, but it’s too cold to use and the area is quite worn out.
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The Plumber