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Les Deux Alpes Ski Holidays

Spectacular views of Mont Blanc aren’t the only bonus of the glacier - this ‘upside down’ ski resort is one of the most snow-sure in the Alps, so much so that you can ski here in the summertime. Much loved for its après ski, the town's main strip is bursting with some of the best bars in the mountains.





At a glance: • Glacier Skiing • Top après • Lots of activities

Great for: • Nightlife • Off Piste • Groups • Families • Glacier Skiing

Spectacular views of Mont Blanc aren’t the only bonus of the glacier - this ‘upside down’ ski resort is one of the most snow-sure in the Alps, so much so that you can ski here in the summertime. Much loved for its après ski, the town's main strip is bursting with some of the best bars in the mountains.

Les Deux Alpes Resort

Grenoble is the closest airport with a transfer time of just under 2 hours, making the resort accessible by road. The resort was first used for skiing as early as 1925 when the first ski tow was built. The “Les Deux Alpes”, as we know it today, was established in 1946. It is commonly assumed that the name is derived from the two mountains on either side of the town when in reality the name stems from the two villages on either side of the settlement: Mont De Lans and Venosc.

The resort is compact, and you’ll find most of the entertainment on the main strip, Avenue de la Muzelle. There is a variety of hotels and apartments dotted about in-between a vast array of shops, restaurants and bars. There’s lift access to the main side of the mountain and the smaller Vallee Blanche. A free bus shuttle service runs throughout the day, meaning that you’re never too far from a ski lift or the town.

The instalment of a six-man ‘Diable’ chairlift, at the Venosc end of town, and a new ‘Pierre Grosse’ cable car, which links La Fee and Toura, has helped to ease congestion. Both lifts offer alternative routes to the Jandri Express I & II, which can be busy first thing. The standard ski pass covers the whole mountain, as well as giving you some days to try out the neighbouring resorts of Alpe d’Huez, Montgenevre, Sestriere & Serre Chevalier. There is a walker’s pass available for non-skiers, and you can purchase ski passes on a day to day basis. If you aren’t doing much skiing, then Venosc village is accessible via a cable car - it is an excellent place to escape to, with lots of local shops and restaurants to visit.

Stats & FAQ

Location: France, Alps.

Established: 1946

Open: December - April

Downhill: 223km

View our detailed Les Deux Alpes snow forecast or snow report and see all live webcams, piste maps, road and travel maps and lift pass prices. For a picture of historic snow conditions see the snow depths month by month with our Les Deux Alpes snow history.

Nearest Airport & Transfer Time:
Grenoble (GNB)110km, 1h 50mins
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • 40km 18%

  • 156km 70%

  • 27km 12%

Top Altitude:3568m
Bottom Altitude:1300m
Resort Altitude:1650m
Longest run:12km
Slope Orientation:S SW NW
Vertical Drop:2268m
Skiable Vertical:2268m
Night Skiing:Yes

Snow Report

  • Top
  • 19cm
  • Base
  • N/Acm
  • Forecast
  • 199cm

Web Cam

Les Deux Alpes web cams
Downhill Runs:223km
Beginner slopes:18%
Advanced slopes:12%
Lift Pass Price: €265 (adult 6 day)
Nearby resorts: Alpe d'Huez, Serre Chevalier, Chamrousse

Skiing/BoardingSkiing in Les Deux Alpes

There are plenty of beginner slopes on the front face with runs like les Vikings and Les Gentianes for those learning to ski. The great thing about Les Deux Alpes is that there are some terrific beginner slopes higher up the mountain so new skiers can experience the benefits of skiing at altitude. The Cretes area at 2100m is the favourite spot for ski schools, with the ski escalator a welcome aid to those learning to ski. The run home at the end of the day used to have a fearsome reputation for being overcrowded and choppy. However, a few new slopes like Jandri 1, Vallons du Diable and Diable have recently been added to combat this, so you shouldn’t have any trouble skiing back at the end of the day.

Intermediates have loads of mountain to explore, a large proportion of runs are rated either blue or red. The wide Signal 1 or 2 blue runs swoop down from the top of the Jandri Express is ideal for practising carving early in the week. For something a little more challenging, the Fee sector has a few lovely reds, which are well sheltered from the wind.

The front face of the main mountain has plenty of tricky terrain for the more advanced skiers. Further up the mountain, Bellecombes 5 is a challenging mogul field that will give you a real buzz. The off-piste options here are fantastic, especially when there’s good powder snow (we love the Clot de Chalance - but be sure to take a guide and the correct safety equipment). If you’re looking for extreme skiing, a trip to the neighbouring resort of La Grave is an absolute must.

Boarders have come to the right place - the off-piste here is a significant bonus, and there aren’t too many flat spots to cause concern. Freestyle Land up at the Toura has everything a freestyler could ever want including a fantastic easy park at the top, followed by a slopestyle section with rails and boxes mid-way down, plus a selection of kickers ranging from big to huge!

Les Deux Alpes Apres Ski

You don’t have to look far to find good après in Les Deux Alpes. One of the best bars in resort is Pano bar, this slopeside restaurant, based at 2,600m comes alive at happy hour between 3 pm and 5 pm every day with discounted drinks and a DJ set that will vibrate through your whole body. At the bottom of the piste, Umbrella bar is a great place to keep the party going. If you want to take the night further then Smithy’s is the place to go, with great modern music as well as live entertainment on several nights. Those looking to party ‘til the early hours should head to Avalanche or Bresilien nightclub if you want to party with the locals.

There are around 50 restaurants with a wide variety of menus including pizzerias, creperies, fast food, tex mex and traditional French cuisine. Chalet Mounier is rated the finest restaurant in the Isere region of France and has a Michelin star to its name to prove it. Right beside Chalet Mounier is the lovely Alisiers restaurant that has all the traditional French treats such as fondue and raclette, as well as a range of fresh fish dishes. For tex mex, Smokey Joes and Smithys have a great selection of burgers and ribs. Takeaway Burger is the fast food place of choice and Crepes a Go Go is a lovely little creperie. Up the mountain, Le Toura serves a great selection of pizzas to keep you going on the slopes.

The town offers plenty to do off the piste. Your lift pass gives you access to the local outdoor pool in the middle of the resort, which - don’t worry - is heated! Next to this is the ice rink that also offers bumper car racing on selected nights that kids will love. Skidooing and parapenting are on offer for the adrenaline seekers amongst you, but if that isn’t your vibe, then you can get a cable car down to the sleepy village of Venosc and browse the local shops.

Best time to go

Best time to ski Les Deux Alpes

Best time to visit & ski Les Deux Alpes

The season in Les Deux Alpes runs from Mid-December to the end of April. The glacier is one of the best in the Alps, and it almost guarantees snow till the end of the season. The snow is so good here that you can ski in the summer above 2800m from June to August.

The resort has an excellent lift system which means the queues that can hamper some ski resorts in peak season aren’t too much of a problem here, especially once you get above 2100m.

January and February can be quite chilly, so make sure that you layer up. The snow is fantastic at this time of the year, and if you want the best chance at fresh powder, this is the time to come. If you like the sun, come in March and April when there are often cheap deals. Les Deux Alpes is a fantastic place to ski later in the season as the high altitude preserves the snow well and ensures that you will often still find winter snow conditions up on the glacier.

The ski area is made up of slopes that face N, S, E and W, so whatever the weather; there will always be somewhere that you can find some excellent conditions. Snow cannons on the front face of the mountain help to keep the snow fresh on the lower slopes so that you can ski from top to bottom.

Peak Dates

Christmas in Les 2 Alpes is a lovely traditional affair. The visit from Pere Noel is not to be missed and the usual French markets and displays light up the town by night. There is also a spectacular torchlit display to feast your eyes upon. Les Deux Alpes Christmas ski holidays ‣

New Year in Les 2 Alpes is a great time for party goers and families. If you are looking for a late night bash then you won’t struggle to find one at one of the many bars and nightclubs in resort. For families, there are fireworks and a breath taking torch lit descent to feast your eyes on! Les Deux Alpes New Year ski holidays ‣

There’s loads to keep you busy at Half Term in Les 2 Alpes both on and off the piste, with great family activities like ice skating and exploring the ice caves on offer. The snow is usually at its prime this time of year and the resorts great lift system means you can be sure to avoid too many large queues. With a 223 km ski area to work with there is plenty of space to find quieter runs and make the most of your week away. Les Deux Alpes Half Term ski holidays ‣

The high altitude ensures that Easter in Les 2 Alpes will offer great snow conditions on the glacier. There are loads of brilliant activities for families to enjoy such as the Easter egg hunt and tobogganing. For adults the vibrant night life in town makes it a wonderful time to let your hair down and make the most of what’s on offer. Les Deux Alpes Easter ski holidays ‣

Les Deux Alpes Ratings & Customer Feedback
Average Rating 4.2 out of 5
I had my stag do here, Les 2 Alpes is a wicked resort, the best I’ve been to (Val Thorens, Tignes, Alpe d’Huez). We liked that it’s a proper town. We had loads of good places to go out, there’s no big club but we definitely had enough places to go and it was rammed in some places. We had bluebird condit... + more
Olly’s stag do, Bedfordshire
5 out of 5
The Friday was a bit foggy but apart from that the weather was beaming. I absolutely loved L2A and a couple of guys I was with said it’s just as good as Chamonix and other resorts. It was my second week skiing so I was almost a complete beginner… I was on reds by the end of the week so I would recommend the a... + more
Liam O’Brien,
5 out of 5
We had really good weather at the beginning of the week with some fresh snow overnight, then it got warmer towards the end of the week (visited early March). The only thing we didn’t like about the ski area was that it’s quite flat in places on the connections – thankfully none of us were snowboarders as the... + more
3 out of 5
We stayed here later in the season (3 or 4 weeks into March) so it was lovely and warm but the snow was a little bit iffy towards the bottom. It’s a massive resort with lots of skiing available up high at the glacier (great views), so we still had a good time – it was just the runs back down to the town and t... + more
4 out of 5
Ben was learning to ski so it was good for him as the blues are up at the top, so he wasn’t stuck at the bottom of the ski area. He had a few private lessons and really enjoyed skiing by the end of the week. It was fun for me to go off and find something more challenging too. There would have been other things... + more
Annie, East Sussex
4 out of 5
It makes such a difference now that they’ve built the new blue run, the resort has been opened up to so many people. We had a mix of complete beginners and gung ho skiers, and it was great. One day the weather was bad, so we walked down to the lower village and took the cable car up. It was quite a trek and ... + more
Kathryn, Hampshire
5 out of 5
The resort was really high which was good for the end of March. There was a narrow green run back to the hotel which was great. Ski instructor was great – in all a superb trip with the kids! + more
Emma, Hertfordshire
5 out of 5
Loved Les 2 Alpes. We lucked out big time with the weather, it had snowed really heavily for the 4 days before we came, dumped on the first day and then we had sunshine. People were saying that it was the best week of the season. The ski area has a good mix with something for everyone. The gradings are quite ha... + more
Sam, Greater London
4 out of 5
Les 2 Alpes is big and purpose built, it seemed a bit false and I definitely prefer more traditional resorts. The runs down to the resort were poor, but the skiing on the glacier was superb. Weather was excellent. + more
Ian Williamson, West Yorkshire
3 out of 5
Had a lovely week apart from the fact that the snow was lacking! The beauty of the 2 Alpes is that you have a glacier where there’s skiing all year round, so we could get some skiing in anyway (though it did get quite busy up at the top). We spent the rest of the time in bars and restaurants – there are a fai... + more
Joseph, Bucks
4 out of 5
Personally, not having any easy runs back to the resort was a shame… there is a green but it’s horrendously narrow and slushy (even my ski instructor said she wouldn’t take it). We could take the eggs back down, but I think they’re putting a new blue in for next season which will make a difference, we might... + more
Mitchell Family, Surrey
3 out of 5
Our first time in Les Deux Alpes and we had a really good time. There wasn’t snow at the base but because of the glacier we had great conditions higher up. The area’s both really good for beginners with some lovely nursery slopes, and great for more experienced skiers with some good black runs. + more
Sarah, Norfolk
5 out of 5
We liked Les 2 Alpes, it was a little busy but we pretty much had blue skies all week and the area of town we stayed in (we booked Hotel Serre Palas which I’d 100% recommend) was very quiet in the evenings. Two things I'd recommend: 1) eating at Le Doume, which was really good for pizzas. 2) we all ... + more
Gail, Glasgow
4 out of 5
I had a great week, though the snow came halfway through the week and didn’t stop, so I missed out on a bit of skiing… Then on the last day the blue skies came so everyone rushed to the top of the mountain to enjoy the 2ft of new powder, only to find that although the lifts were open, the runs were closed (th... + more
Pete the Thatch, Essex
3 out of 5
We hadn’t been to Les Deux Alpes before but we were lucky to be here as the snow was good and there was enough of it, while we were getting reports that other resorts didn’t have any snow over Christmas. It’s a very good resort for families, even though the glacier’s fairly high, it still has a good mix of ... + more
Simon, Cumbria
4 out of 5
We were a big group and the majority of us hadn’t been to Les Deux Alpes before. The weather was fantastic, it was really sunny and while the lower slopes were affected towards the end of the week, the snow near the top was still really good. The area has a lot of nice wide pistes with lots of variety. I descr... + more
E. Taylor, Glasgow
4 out of 5
I really liked 2 Alpes as a resort although we weren’t so lucky with the weather – we had lots of white outs and then on the one really sunny day everyone had been hoping for, it was so windy the lifts weren’t open. It’s hard to get off the mountain as you either have to do a pretty scary black or a reall... + more
Jackie Thompson, Surrey
4 out of 5
I visited Les Deux Alpes in March this year on a family ski trip and loved it! There was something for everyone, especially for my mum who doesn’t ski. The skiing was varied although a bit limited in comparison to the areas that we usually ski (Chamonix, Paradiski). The snow park there is really good fun! Th... + more
Jo, Clapham
4 out of 5
We stayed here as a family over New Year’s week. Christmas had seen hardly any snow (only the glacier was open) and then there was a massive dump of snow just before we arrived and the roads were totally clogged. We all thought it was great because it meant good skiing and knew it was going to be busy - becaus... + more
Jan R, Poole
3 out of 5
I’ve covered a lot of resorts but hadn’t skied Les 2 Alpes before, it was our first time back on the slopes for a while and 2 Alpes was perfect for that. We were blessed as we arrived 4 hours after the dump that made the national news when it snarled up the Alps on Boxing Day, we had an amazing bus driver who... + more
Anon, Surrey
4 out of 5
I liked it, it’s a nice resort. The snow was great and we had good weather most of the time. It was beautiful. Some of the runs were quite challenging, the blues felt very similar to the reds. Some of our friends who came were beginners and they just stuck to the blue runs – I don’t think it helped that some... + more
Mrs. Jarvis, Loughborough
5 out of 5
It’s a pretty good resort. We went over New Years and the snow conditions weren’t very good, there was only just enough snow cover on the pistes. We had a mixed group, some of us were advanced skiers and some were very much beginners. The beginners struggled with the last decent back. There was either a black... + more
Christopher Thevenot, Hertfordshire
4 out of 5
It was my first ski holiday – well I snowboarded actually. I was a total novice. It was fantastic! It’s a great resort. My legs hurt a lot afterwards… my muscles started to seize up after a few days. I just kept going anyway though. It was really warm, I had all the insulated kit, but I didn’t even need a j... + more
Gavin Valentine, Ashton-under-Lyne
5 out of 5
It was late in the year and 21 degrees while we were here. We sunbathed a lot and snowboarded in T-shirts. Les Deux Alpes is a summer resort so it stays open late; there was still snow up high on the glacier. The snow was ice in the mornings and slush in the afternoon, but the conditions were excellent for that... + more
Nicola Guck, Kent
4 out of 5
Deux Alpes was much bigger than I anticipated, both in terms of the town and the ski area. I really enjoyed it and would go back, there’s enough to keep entertained and the conditions were fantastic. I’d really recommend getting a guide and going over to La Grave, it's one of the things you have to do if you’... + more
Adam, Redhill
5 out of 5
The weather wasn’t great while we were there – it was March and the snow was melting and so slopes were getting icier. It meant we skied tentatively. I don’t know what the people the week after us did, presumably there was no snow left. The resort had everything we needed, all the shops and restaurants. It ... + more
Anon, London
4 out of 5
Les Deux Alpes isn’t Meribel/Val d’Isere/Lech, but then it doesn’t pretend to be. It’s not a particularly up-market or charming resort, but we liked it. It feels quite purpose built – there are a few apartment complexes dotted about, and the town sprawls along the valley. The ski area is slightly lop-sid... + more
Roger Peart, Darlington
4 out of 5
The skiing was good and the town itself was nice, I had a really good week. It’s a big enough town if you’re looking for restaurants and bars. It does get really cold and windy up at the top (it was -20 when we were there!) which is the only negative of the skiing here. + more
Ian Murray, Essex
4 out of 5
This was my first ski holiday, so I can’t compare it to anything else but everyone who had been skiing before said it was one of the best resorts they’d ever been to. The snow itself was really good, there was quite a lot of snowfall and the weather was amazing – the views were beautiful. I had ski lessons a... + more
Sarah, Powys
5 out of 5
We went on the second from last week in January which was excellent because there was no one there – I think it was just after all the kids had gone back to school. We didnt have to queue for the lifts, literally the maximum time I had to wait was 20 seconds. The snow lower down was a bit flakey at the start ... + more
Mr Lazell, Surrey
4 out of 5
It’s great! Good skiing. It’s an upside-down resort so there were easier runs up at the top. We skied on the glacier which was cool, but I actually preferred it lower down because the snow was so good I just wanted to be off-piste. You can’t really go off-piste on the glacier. There was loads of good off-pis... + more
Chris, Cornwall
5 out of 5
A really nice resort. It had everything you needed. We wouldn’t normally go back to the same place, we like to try different places, but we liked it so much here we would come back next year. Getting up to the nursery slopes was a bit of a pain because you had to take the cable car up, but there were some easy... + more
Roz Cormack, Scottish Borders
4 out of 5
We had a very good week, the snow conditions were a bit challenging, it was warm when we arrived, then there was a big dump and then it warmed up again. The two runs back in are a green (which is horrendous by the end of the day) and a black (which is essentially a mogul field). Apart from these ones which you... + more
Mike, Bury
3 out of 5
With most French resorts, there was nothing there before skiing came along, whereas in Austria they used to be agricultural alpine farms and then skiing came which mean the skiing isn’t as well orientated. Deux Alpes is unusual as it was 2 villages before the skiing came, the villages are now linked up by a ma... + more
Paul Rutter, Norfolk
4 out of 5
We loved Les Deux Alpes. It’s absolutely beautiful. We liked the ski school which was great for the young children in our group. The beginners liked the ski area, as did the more experienced skiers in our group. There were some really nice bars and restaurants. I went up to Le Panoramic bar at the top of the m... + more
Jane Cooper, Hastings
5 out of 5
I had loads of snow with no queues and no problems overall. There’s something for everyone with skidooing and things as well as bags and bags of skiing. If you go to the top of what was the the Vanoise chair lift in the old village (it’s now been replaced with bubbles), it takes you to a nice place with a b... + more
Mr Freeman, Chigwell
5 out of 5
It’s a good resort, but not the best I’ve been to. I think my judgement might be a little impaired because we had a lot of whiteouts while we were there. Skiing is always good fun though. There are lots of places to go out, although we didn’t go out that much. One night we went to a club, but we could have e... + more
Andrew Peacock, Lancashire
4 out of 5
It’s a good resort, but now I’ve been there I’m not sure I’d go back. We did have a lovely holiday here though. The conditions were good, it would have been nice to have some off-piste through the trees. It’s a very open resort. It’s a lively place, and I didn’t particularly want that, I’m happy with a ... + more
Suzanne Peacock, Leeds
3 out of 5
We really liked it. I couldn’t fault it. We had good ski conditions. There are so many runs, we will have to go back there to see some more of it, I’m not sure we even skied 1/5th of it. It’s so big! It’s quality. There aren’t any tree runs, which isn’t really something we were bothered about but we did n... + more
Kat Redman, Devon
5 out of 5
I liked 2 Alpes but am an Austria person really - I like the après ski over there and there are some things they just do better than France. In the main part of 2 Alpes where everyone gathers up the mountain, I thought the toilet facilities were a bit naff with huge queues. Some of the lifts were old gondolas ... + more
Jamie Scanlon, Coventry
3 out of 5
We thoroughly enjoyed 2 Alpes. The conditions were so good (mid March) apart from one cloudy day at the beginning of the week. We loved the extensive skiing and never had any problems with the ski lifts (they’re all electronic now anyway). One of my friends had private lessons and found the instructors very... + more
Ann Reid, Ayr
5 out of 5
I’d definitely say this is a good place for beginners. The ski instructors were really friendly and helped me through the ups and downs of learning to ski on the first few days! The kids did have English speaking instructors but I don’t think their English was great (possibly because there were lots of French... + more
Deborah Leach, Chaddleworth
5 out of 5
The good thing about 2 Alpes is the big choice of skiing. We really liked it and would go again. + more
Beverly Kirk, Great Yarmouth
4 out of 5
This was my first time in Les 2 Alpes and I’m pretty sure it won’t be the last. For me, it ticked all the boxes. You have great slopes, the instructors were fantastic, the nightlife was good and eating out was not too expensive (and you have everything from traditional restaurants to Italian pizza places and ... + more
Nelson Simon, Maidavale
5 out of 5
Deux Alpes is a really good resort, there’s plenty to do with a wide variety of pistes and loads of bars and things to do in the evenings, including ice rink and swimming pool. + more
Mark Day, Wellingborough
5 out of 5
Les 2 Alpes is good, there’s quite a lot of choice of different slopes and you can go over to the other side if you want which my husband did while we were here. We’re a middle range skier and snowboarder and there’s a nice amount for us, it’s definitely a good place for snowboarding as there aren’t any ... + more
Mrs Eden, Elslack
4 out of 5
It was our first occasion there, my wife and I have both skied a few times, probably about 10 times each. I was skiing and my wife was ‘ironing’ - there’s an array of different slopes with the glacier at the top and one week is probably a good enough time to do a full explore. The ski park just below the gla... + more
Sam Eden, Elslack
5 out of 5
It was our first time in Les Deux Alpes and we quite liked it. It’s a bigish village with a mix of new purpose built and older, more established places - the facilities are really good. It was my kids first time skiing and they really enjoyed it, the real baby slopes are right down the bottom and you have to ... + more
Maria Heliard, Teddington
4 out of 5
The ski area is really good for snowboarding and has plenty of decent off piste. Deux Alpes is a nice place but lacked a bit of après ski. Pano Bar was brilliant but once everyone left there at half five, everywhere was dead which meant the après was quite poor. For a good meal out, Smokey Joes is a Tex Mex... + more
Matt Stowe, Hawkesworth
4 out of 5
I didn’t go off piste but the on piste skiing is good, there are a lot of wide blues so even people who are not that great an get the lifts to the top and go all the way down. It’s one of the highest resorts in Europe, so skiing all the way down from the top can take up a good 2 hours before you need to get t... + more
Gerry, Cardiff
4 out of 5
The nightlife is really good and it’s an absolutely great place for groups. The Polar Bear bar is pretty cool and there was another pub that was just like the pub we have at home, where you can get a good fry up in the mornings. They have English sport there on Sky and you can watch sport in the Polar Bear too... + more
James Playford, Salford
4 out of 5
I skied here with my boyfriend and it was our first time here. There were more than enough slopes for us (beginner and intermediate) and the hire places were really helpful. The only thing is that we couldn’t find much food for lunch on the mountain. We went to a couple of bars including somewhere that h... + more
Miss Carolyn Martin, Battersea
4 out of 5
Les 2 Alpes is really different to your usual ski resort. It’s a big town that’s long and linear along the valley. For real beginners, a word of minor caution, the 2 Alpes is a bit weird as the mountain isn’t a normal mountain shape with the point at the top. All the beginner stuff is at the top and the run... + more
Edward, Lower Swell
3 out of 5
After heading to Les Deux Alpes for a week long holiday, we came home intensely satisfied with both the skiing and the night life. Staying in a hotel on the pistes near the bottom of the Super Venosc lift, getting out in the morning was easy, catching the lift at the bottom of the run the hotel was situated on,... + more
Tom, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
Probably the best days skiing I ever had, was in La Grave. It is completely un-pisted with amazing couloir skiing at the top and really sick tree runs at the bottom. There is only one lift that has 3 stations and La Grave is accessible directly from Les Deux Alpes. Really can’t big it up enough, definitely wou... + more
Andrew Fyfe, Aberdeen
4 out of 5
Les 2 Alpes is a really cool resort for après ski, loads of bars and clubs on one easy strip. Smithy’s is definitely the best place for après ski. If you are going all out then head to Avalanche afterwards to make a full night of it. As a seasonaire I found the runs on the mountain are a little bit limited, ... + more
Andrew Fyfe, Aberdeen
4 out of 5
Liked Les Deux Alpes although had to use a green track a lot to get across to main lifts and get back in the afternoon as chalets are out of the centre; however the blue to and from the end of the road was one of the best runs on the resort after fresh snow as they left it open but un-pisted so I was able to ma... + more
Mark Allen, Bournemouth
4 out of 5
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Families in Les Deux Alpes

Families have a great choice of activities in resort, including ice skating, horse rides and swimming. There are a number of different ski schools to choose from and excellent childcare facilities and childcare is also available in some of our hotels. Make sure you book ski lessons and childcare well in advance for peak dates. We have chalets, hotels and apartments that are suitable for children so you can pick and choose, depending on how much you want to relax! The ski area has plenty of beginner lifts and the Crete area at 2100m offers a great central meeting point for adults to pick up their children from ski school. The resort is very Brit friendly, so there are usually plenty of other children for your kids to make friends play with. Book one of our accommodations near the piste, like the Aalborg Hotel, which is also situated very close to the ski school meet point, so that you won’t have to carry your children’s skis round the resort. Give us a call to find out about the best accommodation if you want to avoid the centre of town and noisy nightlife so that you can get the kids to sleep! If you fancy a night out and your accommodation doesn’t have babysitting facilities then have a look at our Les Deux Alpes childcare page to find someone to take care of your children.

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Les Deux Alpes is a great resort for groups as there is plenty of variety in the ski area to suit any ability level. The nightlife is a big draw, with plenty of choices of bars to keep everyone happy. There are things for non-skiers to explore as well such as the Venosc Village and you can go snowshoeing on the Vallee Blanche side of the mountain. There is lots of variety in terms of chalets that cater to different group sizes depending on what you’re looking for. Talk to us and we can help you find ski in ski out accommodations and hotels and apartments that are centrally located so that you can experience the town on your doorstep. Look out for group discounts and great late deals. Book a large chalet with sole occupancy and have the place to yourselves or persuade a few more people to tag along so you can save money. SNO have special deals for both large and small groups. If you don’t know how big your group is going to be, then hotels are often a great option as there are more rooms available.

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Accommodation Number of nights Price (per person) from
Chalet Chamois Volant 7 £ 864
Hotel Chalet Mounier 7 £ 1619
Residence Club Les Clarines 7 £ 451
Chalet Le Prestige Lodge 7 £ 507
Chalet Les Rouses 7 £ 627
Residence Les Clarines 7 £ 659
Chalet Gorges 7 £ 866
Chalet Les Anemones 7 £ 949
Hotel Les Crêtes 7 £ 1429
Hotel Chalet Mounier 7 £ 1794

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