Lovely ski holiday!
It might be harder to get to than the likes of Tignes or Les Deux Alpes but it was worth it. I loved the Paradiski area. La Plagne is quite flat compared to Les Arcs, and hence in our brief stint in Les Arcs we noticed that that's where more of the younger, more thrill-seeking adults appeared to be (i.e. there are steeper slopes). But La Plagne had enough red runs to keep us busy, and some glorious blues to tootle down gently, allowing you the opportunity to look up every now and again and take in the fantastic alpine views. I would definitely head back to Aime La Plagne but there is a snag - and that is that if you fancy spending time in Les Arcs, and making the most of your Paradiski region pass, you will have trouble getting all the way over there from Aime on a daily basis. Aime is the part of La Plagne furtherest from the Vanoise Express (the big cable car which links La Plagne to Peisey/Les Arcs) and so getting there every morning will cost you upwards of an hour, if not and hour and a half as you navigate slopes and lifts to inch your way across the mountainside. Factor in the return and a stop for lunch, and you're down to 4 hours of skiing and you'll only be able to get so far into Les Arcs before you need to think about heading home. If you're dead set on getting the full Paradiski experience on 3 or 4 days out of the conventional 6, you might be better off staying in one of La Plagne's more central resorts, for e.g Belle Plagne or Bellecote - it might save you 30-45 minutes on the journey to Les Arcs. Otherwise, I can't say anything bad about Aime - it was quiet, and small compared to some of the other villages, but our hotel had great ski-in and ski-out facilities and the quietness of the resort added to the serenity of the views quite nicely.