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Location - where is Rocky Pop Hotel

Located 4 minutes' drive from Chamonix in Les Houches, just an hour away from Geneva.

Overview - hotel description - Rocky Pop Hotel description

Meal Basis: Bed & Breakfast
The Rocky Pop is a brand new 148 room concept hotel opening in December 2016. Located in Les Houches just 4 minutes' drive from Chamonix, it is a welcome addition to our hotel programme in this highly popular valley and an ideal choice for couples and groups.
The hotel offers friendly, high quality and affordable breaks with a fun and relaxed atmosphere and is the perfect base for skiers and snowboarders looking to explore the magnificent Mont Blanc ski area. There are a number of different lounge areas to chill out in after a day on the slopes, a cocktail bar and a restaurant serving up a variety of cuisine from typical Savoyarde dishes to burgers, pizzas and plates of charcuterie and cheese.
The hotel provides a complimentary ski shuttle service to and from the slopes along with ski storage, Wi-Fi, restaurant, bar, barbecue grills, outdoor themed patios, games area, computer station, seminar room and stunning views from the rooftop terrace.

Facilities - Rocky Pop Hotel features

  • Free Shuttle Bus
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Themed Patios

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • WiFi
  • Hair Dryer
  • TV
  • Safe

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Bed & Breakfast
We update Rocky Pop Hotel'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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Resort - about Les Houches - about holidays in Les Houches - about ski holidays in Les Houches - about ski holidays in Les Houches France

Chamonix valley resort World cup host Tree-lined pistes

Sometimes grouped with the Chamonix ski area, sometimes seen as a resort of its own standing… Either way, the views of the Mont Blanc massif up top are gobsmacking, the tree-lined runs are a treat to ski and the cosy hamlets make a wonderfully homely base for the week.

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Geneva (GVA)92km, 1hour
Region:Chamonix Valley, France
First opened:1937

Les Houches lift pass price last reported as €215 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Rocky Pop Hotel.
Night skiing: No
Les Houches has facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.

Town altitude: 1000m
Top of slopes: 1900m
Bottom of piste: 950m
Vertical drop: 870m
Total length of trails:55km
Longest piste:3.3km
Les Houches is a cluster of hamlets spread across eight kilometres of the Chamonix valley. In the centre, farmhouses and chapels (like the baroque Eglise Saint-Jean-Baptiste) give the place a traditional feel, while modern builds on the hillsides (still in traditional chalet style) have the convenience of doorstep skiing. A ten minute or so walk apart, the Prarion gondola and Bellevue cableway provide access to the ski area. It earned its place in the history books after hosting the first winter Olympics in...
The local slopes are mainly suited to beginner and intermediate skiers. Boarders might be put off by the number of drag lifts and flat sections, but for some the easy-to-reach off piste and snow park make up for it. There are a couple of learner slopes up at the Prarion and Bellevue top stations (we prefer Bellevue’s which is longer and smoother). The Melezes chair serves a number of cruisey blues and the snowpark, which has lines for newbies and experts. For intermediates, Plan du Cret and Plancerts ...
Apres isn’t as lively here as it is over in Chamonix, but you’ll still find some good bars to relax in. The Kitsch Inn by the base of the Bellevue lift ticks a lot of boxes for its handy location, live music and drinks and snacks menu. Harry’s Bar (part of Hôtel du Bois) has squishy armchairs and big screens, while the Slalom Bar (in Hotel Slalom) is a chic drinking spot for good wine and cocktails. For foodies, La Delice on Rue d’Eglise has a brilliant menu with inspiration from all over Europe. Le Ba...

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