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Set in the heart of Paradiski Ski Resort, directly on the ski slopes, Chalet des Neiges : La Cime Des Arcs proposes self-catering modern accommodations. Excellent accommodation central location. Staff friendly. Bread delivered daily.Sauna gym and pool on site.
Located in the heart of Paradiski Ski Resort overlooking the ski slopes, Chalet des Neiges - La Source des Arcs features an indoor swimming pool, a fitness room and panoramic views over the whole... Great location and genuinely ski and and out. One very snowy day where we enjoyed the pool and sauna / steam rooms. The lift to 1950 was a shirt step from the front door and best grocery shopping done there at 8 to 8 store
Studios Paradiskis offers accommodations in Arc 2000. Lanchettes Ski Elevator is 328 feet away. The accommodations has a seating area. Some units include a terrace and/or balcony with mountain views. Great location for family holiday. With young kids taking ski classes every day, it was easy to access the slopes. The host was very flexible, we changed our arrival time 3 times due to traffic, in the days prior to our arrival she replied to all our questions and was helpful with advice (about the Parking for example)
Skissim Premium - Résidence Chalets Altitude & Ours 5* by Travelski features a wellness area and a sauna and guest accommodations in Arc 2000, 656 feet from Rhodos, 1640 feet from Lac des Combes and... The whole property was lovely and very spacious and well equipped. Comfy beds and good amenities with the pool etc. Sofa beds also very good. Each room had an ensuite which we were not expecting.
Not really ski-in, ski-out. Walking required both in and out. Very dated infrastructure. Rooms very basic. Staff was rude at times, but some were nice. Good environment for kids and families, but don't expect a resort-feel.
Arc 2000 itself is quite small but the lift down to Arc 1950 makes it easy to get to the restaurants down there. For ski school it was superb - most of the other "Arcs" appear to head up to Arc 2000 in the mornings.
The most beautiful place on earth! Located at the most amasing mountain of the world, we can watch the Mont Blanc all the day and night during the full moon as well. It is located highly enough so we can access hundreds of kilometers perfect pists and enjoy at the maximum level.
Arc 2000 is a pretty snow-sure resort for late season skiing. We’ve been in March / April on 5 occasions and had good snow all the way to the bottom runs each time. There are lots of ski school classes available and they all meet up in the central area between 9 and 10 in the morning, when it can become pretty busy. There are plenty of good restaurants and between Arc 2000 and 1950 there is a decent amount of ski shops. The two resorts are easily connected by a gondola running throughout the day and up to just before midnight.
Amazing, although we where daunted by the slopes at first but soon became used to it. Lunch is a big thing and I definitely recommended the savoy, the prices aren’t ridiculous either the onion soup is huge and will cost about 14€ but that comes with a loaf of bread lol. I recommend the rock something or other for a burger for 10€ it’s awsome. Your looking at about 5ish € for a hot wine in most bars And prices in the supermarket are approximately the same as the uk.
Arc 2000 has everything you need and is fab if you want to be near the top of the mountain at the start of your days skiing, but all red runs which affords no warm up. Getting back into resort is a chew as at the end of a long blue you need to queue for a rope pull into 2000 or ski into 1950 and take the gondola from there. There are plenty restaurants but a bit pricey compared to 1800. There are two takeaways, Pizza and burgers, a pizza averages at €15 for one person, burgers €12. Food shopping, if self catering, is limited and extremely expensive, take the gondola to 1950 for more choice and better value for money. We had a steak night at the Marmott restaurant at 1950 which was reasonably priced for the area and very good with friendly staff. There is an ice rink and a bowling alley for evening activities and night skiing in the early evening twice weekly. There’s nothing you can’t get at 2000 and there is a free shuttle to 1800 & 1600, albeit it takes 45 mins and a coach change at 1600 before onward travel to 1800. Personally, we preferred 1800 as there is more going on and more accessible.
The host offered to pick us up from the train station in Bourg St. Maurice which was very kind as we didn't have to take the funicular and bus to get to Arc 2000. The apartment was nice and comfortable (warm, good beds etc). Location was great right next to ski lifts. We cooked ourselves and the kitchen was well equipped in terms of cookware. Note - we recommend shopping in Arc 1800 as the shop there is about 3x cheaper than the one in Arc 2000.
The location was great but during the check-in, there was no personnel at 2 pm and the receptionist we tried to talk told us that she can only speak French or Arabic. This was weird for an international hotel.