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Very good range of hotels and shops with a great selection of skiing available however, more suited to intermediate. Well pisted runs are well marked and easily accessible from most hotels. ( ski from door). Having a 3 vallees pass is not essential if only...More
We skied this resort and travelled all around the 3 valleys resorts in February this year. Most of us have skiied/ snowboarded for many years and we loved this resort, it's perfectly located to enable you to travel around the other valleys and see as...More
We stayed in one of Ski Amis chalets, which had the perfect location for ski in/out, situated right by one of the main lifts.
Chalet and hosts were great and the resort was nice but a little too quiet for us. No lively apre ski....More
Great alternative to Val Thorens, a lot cheaper and there is also plenty to do after a day on the slopes. Plenty of good restraints at good prices compared to some in Val T..!! The swimming pool / spa is also good but at 17...More
I visited Les Menuires in April. The weather was mixed, with a couple of days of complete white out - but equally 3 days of beautiful sunshine.
It was busy - busy!! The lower slopes were dangerously over-crowded with many schools of children snaking across...More
This is a typical french resort - build for the purpose of catering efficiently to a lot of tourists in winter - hence the architecture especially of the older accommodations brutalized the landscape. However, the resorts that have been build more recently are more respectful...More
Four mature friends on our first visit. .. obviously purpose built... compact shops and food outlets in the main centre . Catered for everything . We are experienced skiers but don't want nail biting teeth clenching runs. We were on blue all week. Some were...More