Les Horizons d'Huez Apartments, Alpe d'Huez

Les Horizons d'Huez Apartments Ratings & Customer Feedback
2.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
My apartment was generally ok, although it wasn’t premium by any means. It was smaller than they look in the pictures, it’s listed as a four man and I’d say that for one or two people it would be fine, but with four there wouldn’t be a lot of room for manoeuvring. Depending what side of the hotel you were s... + more
Snowboarder21, Worcestershire
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Location - where is Les Horizons d'Huez Apartments

· good location in L'Eclose area · 1 minute to the closest slopes · two chairlifts within 2 minutes of the accomodation · resort centre and ski school meeting point approx. 10-15 minutes walk

Overview - apartment description - Les Horizons d'Huez Apartments description

Located in the Hameau de l'Eclose area of Alpe d'Huez these apartments are close to the chairlift, giving access to the entire ski area, as well as the ski school meeting point. The accommodation is basic but comfortable and all apartments have a balcony, which are mainly south facing with fabulous views over the L'Oisan mountains. There are some shops and bars close by or you can walk or catch the ski bus to the resort centre.

Facilities - Les Horizons d'Huez Apartments features

· good functional apartments with fantastic views · 73 studios/apartments

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All have a kitchenette with hot plates, fridge, oven and dishwasher, shower room, separate WC, TV and balcony. Bed linen, towels, cleaning kit, end of stay clean (excluding kitchen) and local taxes included.
Type C studios - sleep 2-4: living area with 2 single sofa beds and a cabin area with bunk beds.
Type C1 apts - sleep 2-4: living area with a single sofa bed. Double or twin bedroom and a single raised bed in the hallway.
Type E studios - sleep 2-6: living area with 2 sofa beds, cabin area with bunk beds and a mezzanine area with 2 single beds.

Meals - food and drink in Les Horizons d'Huez Apartments

We update Les Horizons d'Huez 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.

Resort - about Alpe d'Huez - about holidays in Alpe d'Huez - about ski holidays in Alpe d'Huez - about ski holidays in Alpe d'Huez France

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.

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Great for Nightlife Off Piste Terrain Parks Groups Families

Alpe d'Huez webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 6cm 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 Les Horizons d'Huez Apartments.
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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"Generally ok, a few odd bits"

Snowboarder21, Worcestershire
2/ out of 5
My apartment was generally ok, although it wasn’t premium by any means. It was smaller than they look in the pictures, it’s listed as a four man and I’d say that for one or two people it would be fine, but with four there wouldn’t be a lot of room for manoeuvring. Depending what side of the hotel you were staying on, you either got mountain views or views of the carpark (I was the latter). The shower wasn’t a problem and the beds were fine and fairly comfortable, but I had to get two of the blankets changed because one had a hole and the other had a funny stain. There were a few other odd bits: I didn’t find the cutlery until the second day because the cutlery drawer turned out to be under the TV cabinet. The apartment had a percolator but not a kettle which I also heard someone else complaining about. I mentioned it to reception and they gave me a kettle straight away, but there was never anything that told you reception had kettles if you needed them. I think a previous guest must have broken off the bottom of the teapot and superglued it back together so I had to get that swapped. The kitchen also had a few chips and scratches on the surface. On a positive, although you had to clean the kitchen bit, they provided you with a box of cleaning stuff and a few dishwasher tablets. Getting food wasn’t too bad as there was a shop within a five minute walk. The apartments are said to be ski in and ski out. I can see how you could have skied in if there had been more snow (tried it on the first day but gave up as the stones would have scraped my snowboard to bits) but I couldn’t work out how it would have been possible to ski out. My biggest bugbear was waiting to get into the apartment when we arrived. When I got there at 2pm there were already quite a few people waiting because they were still cleaning the apartments. I was hoping to get a couple of hours on the slopes but ended up spending them in the reception instead. The reception staff were helpful enough but it was a shame we had to wait so long.
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