Ski in ski out chalets in Alpe d'Huez
Ski in ski out chalets in Alpe d’Huez are always desirable. You can be first on the slopes in the morning if you are a keen skier, or if you have children to take to ski school it can be a quick ski downhill rather than a bus or walk in ski boots. When you have small children in your party this kind of convenience should not be under rated!
Alpe d’Huez is a purpose built resort in the French Alps (built for the 1968 Winter Olympics) that is popular with the British market. Because it is purpose built this means that most of the accommodation is conveniently located close to the lifts and it is rare to find it necessary to make a long walk or bus ride to access the lifts as you can get in more traditional resorts. However, nothing can beat the true convenience of ski in ski out chalets in Alpe d’Huez and there are two main residential areas of the resort that can provide that.
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Alpe d’Huez is actually built on a high plateau so that all the surrounding slopes and lifts funnel down to the resort itself. This means that the top of the resort, Cognet, is a great place for ski in ski out chalets as you can ski right off the home runs into your chalet. This area is fantastically located for the main lifts up onto the mountain, the ski school meeting point and the nursery slopes; everything is right on the doorstep! Chalet Maison is a great option for a ski in ski out chalet in Alpe d’Huez and being with a great high-end holiday company this is a great choice for a luxury holiday in Alpe d’Huez.
The other ski in ski out location in Alpe d’Huez is the Les Bergers area. This is slightly out of town, with a 10-15 minute walk to all the amenities of town. We would recommend this area more for the super keen skier who wants to be first on the lift and last off the mountain rather than for families looking for ski school convenience. We have one chalet and one chalet hotel in this area. Please call for details of these properties as they are featured on our sister website, Alpine Answers.