Terrasses du Soleil d'Or Apartments, Les Orres

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Everything is on your doorstep or within short working distance (cafes, shops, restaurants, bars, equipment hire shops). Ski in, ski out facility is amazing. Very little waiting at the chairlifts, even at the peak time, when we went. Didn’t see much of the staff as it was accommodation only. Only thing I would... + more
Gilly Delaney, Erdington
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Location - where is Terrasses du Soleil d'Or Apartments

· ski to and from doorstep · superb location right on the piste · 5 minutes walk or ski to ski school meeting point (gentle blue run)


Overview - apartment description - Terrasses du Soleil d'Or Apartments description

These modern apartments are in a superb location right on the slopes. It is a 5 minute walk down to the ski school meeting point and the centre of Les Orres 1800 where you will find the supermarket, bars and a couple of restaurants. Within the complex there is a large indoor swimming pool for some evening relaxation.


Facilities - Terrasses du Soleil d'Or Apartments features

· large indoor swimming pool · reception area with free WiFi · ski lockers · extra charge for underground parking available · 115 apartments


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All have kitchenette with hotplates, grill/oven, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, coffee machine, bathroom with WC and balcony or terrace. Bed linen, towels and local taxes included. Flatscreen TV available for extra charge.

Type C apartments - sleep 2-4: living area with double sofa bed. Entrance hall with bunk beds.
Type E1 apartments - sleep 2-6: duplex apts; ground floor with living area with double sofa bed. Upper floor with 1 double and 1 bunk bedroom.
Type G apartments - sleep 2-8: duplex apts; ground floor with living area with double sofa bed. Upper floor with double bedroom, bunk or twin bedroom and bunk beds in a corner area.


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Please Note

End of stay cleaning not included as standard.

We update Terrasses du Soleil d'Or 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.
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Resort - about Les Orres - about holidays in Les Orres - about ski holidays in Les Orres - about ski holidays in Les Orres France

Famille Plus resort 40km of cross-country trails Fantastic snow sport facilities

Les Orres is made up of two villages: one old, traditional and oozing French alpine charm and the other brand spanking new with purpose built, doorstep skiing convenience. With snow sure pistes, a family-friendly atmosphere and plenty of events to get involved with, this is one of those places that once you’ve been to, chances are, you’ll be going back!

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Snow sure Late-season skiing

Les Orres webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 2cm expected this week

Snow History: April average depth 121cm

Les Orres trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Grenoble2h30
Region:Hautes-Alps, France
First opened:Les Orres 1800: 2008

Les Orres lift pass price last reported as 163€ (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Terrasses du Soleil d'Or Apartments.
Night skiing: No
Les Orres has NW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Early December - Late April.

Town altitude: 1650m & 1800m
Top of slopes: 2720m
Bottom of piste: 1550m
Vertical drop: 3838ft
Total length of trails:100km
Longest piste:4 miles
Set in the middle of a forest with spectacular views over the Embrun Valley, Les Orres is split into two different villages which are identified by their altitudes, Less Orres 1650 and Les Orres 1800. The presence of two villages within one resort gives a huge choice in terms of atmosphere, accommodation and facilities, and free transport links between the two lets you explore the shops, restaurants and activities as much or as little as you like. 1800 is a new purpose built village, established in 2008 and h...
The skiing is best for beginners and intermediates, as it offers a huge variety of green, blue and red runs. Children are well provided for by the friendly and super experienced team at Club Piou-Piou in 1650 and La Farandole in 1800. Beginners have a number of gentle greens - the Fountaine on the Bois Mean side runs right through both villages and connects with the green Eidelweiss. Once you’ve conquered these, take the Champs Lacas lift up for some high altitude greens and blues, like the Silene (the views ar...
Whilst Les Orres is great for ‘things to do’ where events and activities are concerned, the après scene is pretty quiet. That said, as is the case for most things in life, if you want a party, you can definitely find it. 1800 is the quieter village of the two, but if you want a good meal, La Bouscatiere specialises in typical Savoyard dishes like tartiflette and raclette - their cheese fondue is a great choice. If cheese isn’t your thing, they also offer up a number of French delicacies, including foie gr...

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"Ski in ski out is amazing but local rep unobtainable"

Gilly Delaney, Erdington
3/ out of 5
Everything is on your doorstep or within short working distance (cafes, shops, restaurants, bars, equipment hire shops). Ski in, ski out facility is amazing. Very little waiting at the chairlifts, even at the peak time, when we went. Didn’t see much of the staff as it was accommodation only. Only thing I would criticise is we arrived at 3pm but couldn’t check in until 5pm so we all had to just dump our luggage in reception and find a café to wait in. Nothing to do with the accommodation but the local rep was unobtainable. Didn’t show for welcome meeting or catch up meetings throughout the week and his mobile went straight to answerphone all the time. Found out about check out and transfer times from another holidaymaker.
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