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On the corner of the place de l’Ambiance, the main square and heart of Carroz, the location of the budget Sunotel couldn’t get much better. With the bulk of the resort’s restaurants and shops just a hop and a skip away, the stop for the free bus to the ski lifts right at the corner and a ski school assembly ... + more
Helen Dalgleish
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Location - where is Sunotel Apartments, Les Carroz

• 4 minutes walk to the ski lifts and ski school meeting place • central location in Les Carroz • shops bars and restaurants all within 6 minutes walk • 6 miles by road to Flaine


Overview - apartment description - Sunotel Apartments, Les Carroz description

(Odalys) The Sunotel residence is conveniently located in the centre of Les Carroz, within easy access of the ski lifts. Les Carroz is a village in the Grand Massif ski area, connected by road to Flaine. The village has a delightful authentic atmosphere and a great base for exploring this superb ski area. Ski school starts from Les Carroz and not Flaine.


Facilities - Sunotel Apartments, Les Carroz features

• excellent value for money


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All have a kitchenette with hot plates, fridge and oven or microwave, bath or shower room with WC and some with balcony. Bed linen and local taxes included. Towels not included.
Type C Studios - sleep 2- 4: living area with double sofa bed. Bunk beds in the entrance hallway.


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Please Note

There is no resident representative in Les Carroz but a telephone service will be provided from Flaine and welcome packs and ski packs will be ready for you upon arrival; End of stay cleaning not included as standard.

We update Sunotel Apartments, Les Carroz'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 Les Carroz - about holidays in Les Carroz - about ski holidays in Les Carroz - about ski holidays in Les Carroz France

Linked with Flaine in the Grand Massif Famille Plus resort Tree-lined skiing

With easy access to the glorious Grand Massif, lots on for children and pretty alpine architecture to boot, Les Carroz has all the ingredients for a terrific week in the Alps. Get knee-deep in powder over in Flaine, refuel with authentic Savoyard food in the village and kick back for lazy evenings before another day spent skiing between the trees.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Off-piste Village charm

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Snow Forecast: 8cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 62cm

Les Carroz trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Geneva Airport70 km, 45 mins
Region:Haute Savoie, France
First opened:1936

Les Carroz lift pass price last reported as £210 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Sunotel Apartments, Les Carroz.
Night skiing: Yes
Les Carroz has N, E, S facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1140m
Top of slopes: 2500m
Bottom of piste: 1140m
Vertical drop: 914m
Total length of trails:265km
Longest piste:14 km
From a spot overlooking the Arve valley – rolling hills and pine trees as far as the eye can see – Carroz is a quiet village of wooden lodges and old barns, peppered with historic landmarks. It has that achingly traditional quality about the place that’s pretty much a given in the older Alpine villages, and there certainly won’t be high-rise hotels any time soon here – not without the locals kicking up a fuss. They’re mighty proud that this was a farming village before it opened as a ski resort in 1936 and...
The skiing over Grand Massif’s 5 resorts (Les Carroz, Flaine, Morillon, Samoens and Sixt- Fer-à-Cheval) seems to go on forever- hot on the Espace Killy’s heels for sheer quantity of piste. Most beginners will find their boxes ticked by those in the immediate vicinity, which can normally be accessed with a beginner’s pass. Above and beyond the nursery tracks on the edge of the village, there’s the newly refurbished beginner’s area on the gentle green Mollachets run at the top of the Kedeuse gondola, as w...
Les Carroz may not be home to heaving clubs or a shots-from-skis kind of nightlife, but that’s not to say the lights go out at 9 here… You’ll find 30 different eateries scattered throughout the various hamlets from Les Servages in the south to Le Pre du Bois in the north. There’s plenty of choice, whether you’re after a quick crepe, generous helpings of vin chaud, or a full gourmet spread. Try La Spatule on the main square for well-priced authentic meals (and the tastiest crepes in town) or spoil your tas...
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"Budget accommodatuion, but fabulous location"

Helen Dalgleish
3/ out of 5
On the corner of the place de l’Ambiance, the main square and heart of Carroz, the location of the budget Sunotel couldn’t get much better. With the bulk of the resort’s restaurants and shops just a hop and a skip away, the stop for the free bus to the ski lifts right at the corner and a ski school assembly point just downstairs, the apartments are the height of convenience, especially if you have kids in tow. This isn't luxury accommodation but if you want to ski cheap, the residence is known as some of the most economic accommodation you’ll find in Carroz and prices cover bed linen and local taxes. The majority of its apartments have even been recently renovated and all come fully equipped with a bath or shower room, WC and kitchenette (inc. fridge, hot plates, and oven or microwave), so guests can rustle up omelettes with ingredients from the weekly market below. A typical 'type C' Studio here sleeps 2 to 4 and consists of a living area with double sofa bed and bunk beds in the entrance hallway. My advice is that you'll want to be on the north side of the hotel, where rooms look out onto the festivities of the square, all lit up and filled with revellers during Christmas and New Year (my favourite times to be in Les Carroz). While, if it’s quiet you’re after, the rooms to the rear are the most peaceful and look out onto some beautiful mountain vistas.
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