What’s La Vallee Blanche like?
You’ve got your heart set on Alpe d’Huez and you’ll soon be falling head over heels for the Vallée Blanche. Situated a short walk from the ski lifts transporting you to the slopes, the Vallée Blanche not only ticks the boxes for comfort but location.
The on-site restaurant is spacious and provides a varied cuisine during your stay. Our Clubhotel kitchen staff are highly trained so you can rest assured of a great meal after an energetic day.
The bar area opens onto a south-facing balcony area ideal to enjoy a drink after a day on the slopes. After a few games of pool or table football in the bar area, head out to the balcony to capture the perfect sunset and connect to the hotel’s Wi-Fi to tweet your memories back home.
– Richard. Stayed March 2016, traveled as a couple
What can I expect of the rooms?
The Vallée Blanche features a number of south-facing bedrooms with balconies providing the picture-perfect moment morning and night.
Of the 41 rooms available, most typically hold between 2-4 beds. All bedrooms feature en-suite bathroom facilities. The practical layout means even those who bring the kitchen sink are well accommodated.
Where is La Vallee Blanche?
Alpe d’Huez offers a record number of clear sky skiing days across the season.
The vast ski area throws challenges to the advanced snowsport enthusiasts, with a compliment of beginner areas nearer to resort.
The Vallee Blanche is just a 5-minute walk to the ski lifts.
Where can I pick up my skis hire and lift passes?
The SkiBound Holidays team will be waiting at the airport and direct you to your transfer to Alpe d’Huez. During the transfer or on arrival you’ll be given the opportunity to book your ski hire and lift passes.
Lift passes will be delivered to you at the hotel and your ski fit will take place in-house at the hotel also.
What’s the Skiing and Snowboarding like?
Alpe d’Huez consists of seven different ski areas, each served by an excellent lift system, and
offering up to 238 km of varied piste.
For pretty, tree-lined runs head over to Vaujauny and Auris, and for a real challenge why not
take on the 16km long black Sarenne run from the top of Pic Blanc (3300m).
Snowboarders will also be delighted with the two snowparks and immense variety of
free-riding terrain available.
Visit our page all about Alpe D’Huez to learn more.
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