Skiers looking for luxurious accommodations for a holiday in France need look no further than restaurants. Home to four and five star chalets and hotels, this majestic skiing town offers something for everyone. Boutiques, bars, cafes, and restaurants are welcome elite visitors from around the world and those wanting to holiday in style. There are several notable luxury ski hotels are located in the Eastern part of town amidst the many high-rise buildings. Each of these four- and five-star hotels has less than 100 rooms, giving staff more time to focus on providing guests with elite service. Hotel Le Brussels is a four-star hotel located at the base of the main lift centre. Family operated since 1947, Hotel Le Brussels offers guests charm and excellent skiing in addition to a spa, massage rooms, a fitness area, Jacuzzi, sauna, and indoor pool.
Accommodations vary from single rooms to the VIP Suite with two bedrooms, an outdoor terrace complete with Jacuzzi, a fireplace, living room, and sauna. Hotel Le Brussels offers luxury that is cosy and inviting to all guests. Semi-gastronomic dining with an assorted wine collection offers something for every palate. This five-star hotel is for the traveler seeking pure relaxation and luxury all in one convenient location. Located at the base of the La Face run, Les Barmes de I’Ours caters to skiers and non-skiers. Complete with a hair salon, fitness centre, Turkish bath, pool, and Jacuzzi, there is something to do for everyone in the family. All rooms have a private balcony with a breath-taking view of the local village, the Piste, or the forest to enjoy while visiting. The hotel features three restaurants and Le Coin Savoyard. A one-Michelin star holder, La Table serves some of the best food in the area. La Rôtisserie and Le Coin Savoyard restaurants offer more traditional foods in a more relaxed atmosphere.
Relatively new and joining the luxurious and smart hotels, Hotel Avenue Lodge is both charming and modern with its exterior designed to be part of the local charm and its interior a nod to modern architecture and style. Hotel Avenue Lodge offers guests a choice of standard rooms, superior rooms with a separate shower, junior suites with a sitting area, suites with a balcony, and suite duplexes with open mezzanines, lounge, and bath with separate shower. The hotel features a bar, lounge, restaurant, spa, pool and Jacuzzi. Guests can schedule spa treatments and massages or enjoy the Turkish bath or sauna to relax.
Le Blizzard is the epitome of luxury, featuring a heated outdoor pool and Jacuzzi with brilliant views of the Olympic downhill run, La Face. Guests have the option of rooms with fireplaces for cosy, romantic nights, and all rooms have private balconies. This luxurious hotel is complete with massage rooms, a fitness area, and a tea room for relaxing. The lounge is equipped with a fireplace to enjoy evening drinks. Dinner is served in the French Le Blizzard restaurant or you can enjoy local delights in the La Luge. Holidaymakers looking for luxury in a ski vacation need look no further than Val d’Isere. With several four- and five-star hotels to choose from, visitors to this exquisite village find posh rooms, fabulous service, and award-winning views to enchant them on holiday.