Val d’Isère is at the heart of the Espace Killy with an excellent snow record and is served by one of the most modern lift networks in Europe. The resort is renowned for its luxury accommodation, gourmet restaurants and vibrant nightlife.
Born in 1934, Val d’Isère has since grown beyond all recognition and is now one of the world’s most prestigious and sought after ski resorts. Val d’Isère links with the neighboring resort of Tignes and offers easy access to more than 300km of beautifully groomed pistes, plus a wealth of challenging off-piste runs and itineraries. Val d’Isère offers something for all levels of skiers and boasts an enviable infrastructure that is constantly being improved and upgraded. Indeed, in 2010, the Val d’Isere won best European ski resort at the British Travel Awards.
Known also for its Après Ski, the resort boasts an ever improving range of après-ski bars and restaurants offering gastronomic delights and regional Savoyard dishes. Val d'Isère comes alive at night as its many dazzling bars and night clubs which provide party goers with a festive atmosphere into the early hours.
Chalet built on 4 levels - around 400 m² (mesurage Loi Carrez has to be done)
The ground floor consists of a cave, 3 bedrooms in which one has en-suite, 1 shower room, a separate W.C, a living room and a laundry
Level 1 accommodates 3 bedrooms all with en-suite & balcony, the second living room with fireplace, the dining area and kitchen.
A third living room with fireplace, dining area, kitchen, separate W.C, 1 cabin, 1 bedroom with en suite & balcony and one 1 bedroom with shower room are situated on the second floor.
The final level 3 hosts a bedroom with en suite, 1 bedroom with a shower room & balcony and a third large bedroom with en suite & balcony.
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