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Hotel in Arc 1800
Offering ski-to-door access, Hotel Mercure - Les Arcs 1800 & SPA is located in Paradiski ski area, It features views of the Tarentaise Valley and Mont Blanc and includes ski rental service, an indoor... Really welcoming staff, ski rental in the hotel, nice spa and pool area, good restaurant buffet. Room was big and had an amazing room. would though recommend to put a line for drying/ airing your clothes on the balcony.
Hotel in Arc 1800
Located in Les Arcs 1800 Ski Resort, Les Chalets de l’Aiguille Grive offers direct access to the ski slopes. The property offers guest rooms and chalets with a balcony or terrace and free Wi-Fi... Everything. Location service friendly great food and restaurant and location for skiing
Hotel in Arc 1800
Facing Mont Blanc, within 328 feet of the nearest ski elevator, Belambra Clubs Arc 1800 - Hôtel Du Golf Golf is located in the center of the Arc 1800 resort in Les Arcs. We had a fantastic ski holiday at hotel du golf. We loved it so much that we decided to stay for an extra week. The location is excellent in Arc 1800, with ski in/ski out and close to all the ski lifts. Ski rental skiset is part of the hotel and we were looked after very well. The process of getting our skis was very easy and convenient. The hotel is wonderful, clean, warm, well equipped with fantastic views out every window. The hotel room is very comfortable, serviced daily and we had an excellent view onto the slopes. The all inclusive package is great. The restaurants are excellent, with a buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner available, with food options for everybody and great quality. Staff were very friendly, always had a smile and were always ready to help. We had a great experience at hotel du golf and we are looking forward to going back next year.
Offering an outdoor pool and views of the mountains, Appart'Hotel Prestige Odalys Eden is located in Arc 1800. location facilities - rooms etc
Résidence Prestige Odalys Edenarc is located in Le Chantel between the Arcs ski resorts at 6070 feet altitude. The location was very close to the ski slopes
Résidence Pierre & Vacances Le Belmont is located in Arc 1800, just 1640 feet from the center of the resort. Complimentary WiFi is offered. not enough ski lifts were open
Located in Arc 1800 Ski Resort, Résidence Pierre & Vacances Premium Les Alpages de Chantel provides apartments an 8-minute walk away from Chantel Ski Elevator. The location of the residence is ideal with easy ski in and out and plenty of amenities nearby. The staff are very friendly, professional and try their best to be helpful. Pool area is very nice, family friendly and well maintained; pool water temperature was warm and comfortable. The indoor parking is very comfortable with easy access and assigned parking spots which is a huge bonus, but very expensive. The area is calm and comfortable with phenomenal views.
Located just 19 miles from Sainte-Foy-Tarentaise, Bourg St Maurice les Arcs 1800 Les Lauzieres jolie vue, nature, espace, bien être, plaisir, paisible has accommodations in Arc 1800 with a restaurant,...
Located in Borg-Saint-Maurice, Maeva Particuliers Résidence Charmettoger offers accommodations with a kitchen. Fitted with a balcony, the units feature a TV and a private bathroom with bath or shower....
Le Vogel offers accommodations in Arc 1800, 12 miles from La Plagne. Free WiFi is available throughout the property and private parking is available on site. Location is great for lifts and square of arc 1800. Cosy and functional facilities with all we needed. Beds comfy. Perfect for 2 friends as we were. I would definitely stay again.
Arc 1800 has plenty of bars and places to eat. If you like a lively location then this is for you (but not noisy over night). I watched football in nearby busy sports bar in Villards and used the Sherpa supermarket and ski hire in Villards. Best to stock up with food in Bourg Saint Maurice if you can as it's cheaper than at Arc 1800. It's a good location if you want to visit La Plagne as just one ski lift then downhill to the Vanoise express. Also on return just one ski lift up then ski back to Arc 1800. If you want a quaint French style village then look at Arc 1950. Certainly worth visiting Arc 1950 for lunch.
We liked …. The amenities, shops, choice of restaurants, things to do for non skiers. Easy connection to other ski areas, well marked pistes for skiers of all levels. We did not like the massive queue there and back on the main road between Bourg St Maurice and Moutiers. On our return it took us 3 hours to drive 20km on this valley road and would make us think twice about choosing Arc 1800 in future.
Great snow and huge choice of runs and lifts. Not that many green slopes, but heaps of blues and not too challenging. Some reds and very few blacks open. Plenty of places to go during the day for food etc, but almost no night life at all - even for families. We only found one restaurant in Charmettoger, and luckily it was superb (amazing pizza also doing local Savoie food). Queues in the (only?) supermarket were often very long, so we ended up going to a tiny bijou artisan shop, and were grateful we had brought most of our food with us! Parking was straightforward once we realised you had to get a ticket to enter the town, and there was space in the surface parks - luckily we didn't need a covered space as there weren't any. The biggest problem for us was that the Satnav took us via Landry/Vallandry, which is only available through the forest in the summer - it's a ski run in the winter!! This involved a 1hr trip up to Vallandry in the middle of the night, then all the way down again when we realised we couldn't get through. If you are driving go via BOURG ST MAURICE!!!!
I visited the Hotel du Golf with my two daughters, aged 11 and 15, who were skiing for the first time. The hotel was superb! Everything was on site (accommodation, ski hire, ski storage and a choice of restaurants all with excellent food) or close at hand (lift passes, ski lifts, and ski schools). The nursery slopes (at the top of Villard) were small and hard to find, but there were plenty of other runs that took us all over the mountains. Sledging on Luge 1800 was great fun, too. The staff are very helpful in person or on the phone but are very slow to respond to emails – if you can even find the email address! It’s very difficult to find contact details (email or phone number) as they are not on the website. Finally, transfers need to be booked well in advance as there aren’t enough taxis to go around in peak periods. The train from Geneva to Bourg-St-Maurice, however, worked well.
Arc 1800 is perfectly located in the middle of the huge Paradiski resort. With just a few chair / cabin lifts you can reach Arc 2000 with its glacier or transfer to La Plagne for a total of 400km of varied pistes. What we love about the area is the availability of fresh snow for snowboarding. We've spent two holidays there and have had an average of 3 to 4 powder days each. The accommodation in direct proximity to the lifts is perfect. Arc 1800 offers an adequate amounts of shops and dining opportunities, but you can always take your car or the train downhill for even greater variety. The food offers on the slopes can still be improved, but La Folie Douce stands out as a wonderful highlight of great design, good pricing and awesome music, including live performances of DJ's, singers and yes - even acrobats. Le Bonnet at Belle Plagne is another great location for juicy burgers and a cozy atmosphere while you wait for the falling snow to settle. The scenery of the French Alps is of course jaw-dropping. The multitude of lifts and cabins get you above 3000m and lets you enjoy all kinds of on- and off-piste slopes, while gazing at the endless mountain chains. The one thing that we found a bit confusing, is the new 3-tier Ski Pass system. The Basic pass does not offer access to all skiing areas, so we went for the Essential which also gives you discounts and priority lines. The latter were more often a miss than a hit, since when lifts are full the priority lines get crammed as well. Nonetheless the price range remains comparable to most resorts of this size.
The ski area is very good. Good variety of slopes and stuff to do. But our accomodation we were not satisfied with, it didn't correspond to our booking we made... it was fairly pricy for what we got. Everything in the village of Les Arcs is very accessible by road and parking was not cheap but not the biggest issue.
Everything but food was amazing! Never had better food at any of the hotels we've stayed. There were loads of options, majority fish and seafood, so refined and cooked in a way that made justice to the reputation of French cuisine. Staff was really nice, pool is amazing and so are the rooms. We will definitely return.
A great location to the Les Arcs ski area. This was my first time in 1800 despite having stayed all over the ski resort. It provided quick access to all areas. Les Arcs - Aguila Rouge, Vanoise Express and Belle Palgne - Bellcotte Bubble to the Glacier
Great location, very convenient ski in / out, only a short walk to the shops and restaurants of 1800, nicely presented apartment with very comfortable sofa bed mattress, helpful and friendly reception staff
Location to ski lift was good. Shops below were useful Warm appartment Some kitchen utensils were available, such as washing up liquid, salt and pepper
The hotel was nice, good sized pool and steam rooms, that were very tidy and clean. The apartment was great with a great view and was well equipped.
Great piste-side location, convenient bar and restaurant and ski-shop, fairly well equipped and comfortable flat
Location in 1800 was great and room filled out to a great standard
Quick access to slopes. Access to wider ski area.