Looking for a place to stay in Lanslebourg Mont Cenis? Then look no further than Les Alpages de Val Cenis, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Lanslebourg Mont Cenis to your doorstep.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a kitchenette, and you can stay connected during your stay as Les Alpages de Val Cenis offers guests free internet access.
The hotel features a sun terrace. Plus, Les Alpages De Val Cenis Hotel offers a pool, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Close to Col du Mont-Cenis (1.8 mi), a popular Lanslebourg Mont Cenis landmark, Les Alpages de Val Cenis is a great destination for tourists.
Lanslebourg Mont Cenis has plenty of pubs. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like La Peau de Vache, Le Napoléon, and Aux deux mousses, which are serving up some great dishes.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Les Alpages de Val Cenis as you experience everything Lanslebourg Mont Cenis has to offer.
We stayed in a two bedroom apartment while skiing here. The apartment was very well equipped and there was enough space for us all. The beds were comfy and we had a nice balcony. There was a restaurant and pool in the main building. The kids loved the outdoor (heated) pool. The bar was nice and the restaurant was ok. The staff here were all very helpful and friendly. The apartments were about 200m from the slopes and it’s possible to ski straight into the rear of the main building.
Small apartament, no toilet paper, no cleaning, wi fi doesnt work normaly, all equipment is like medieval. Finally, you should clean the kitchen and remove bad linen when you leave. It should be 2stars, not 4. SPA center doesnt work, but the price is the same. In all neighbourous Hotels SPA where opened. No comfort at all. Too expensive
- Clean apartments, ok kitchen with enough kitchenware for 4, clean bathroom with tub - 4 p apartments (smallest) maybe a bit small for 4 but quite enough space for 2 - ask not to be on ground floor and with view of the mountains (not the valley). - Spa is located in the main building, so do think about packing a bathrobe (it's cold in winter outside) - Staff very helpful and nice - Living room maybe a bit dark in summer
The apartments were nice and clean, a bit small but ok. The WiFi is awful. It logs you out every 2 hours so you have to sign in every time and it is ridiculously slow. Also you can only have connections 2 at a time, which isn’t great for a 4 person apartment! The reception staff weren’t very helpful. After using our tea towel for a few days it was dirty so asked for a new one which they refused. But kindly a couple hours later the maintenance man brought one to our room for us. Not far from the shops and lifts just a small walk. Pool was nice but could be warmer!
Nice apartment complex. It's in a spot halfway between the two main Val Cenis villages, Lanslebourg and Lansvillard at the base of the Pre Novel chair. Nice location in principle. There are just a couple of apartment complexes around this area, but no town/village, so no main shops per se. The complex has its own ski hire shop as does the complex behind at the base of the chair (when I looked at reserving on line it looked relatively expensive, ie kids skis and boots 90 euros for a week even with a skiset discount code - we took our own). The complex immediately behind Les Alpages (50-100m tops), at the base of the chairlift has a restaurant, supermarket, general touristy shop, and bakery (it was open 7.30am-7pm when we were there, all the usual boulangerie stuff). You can get bakery delivered to the Les Alpages reception which if you are in the main building is worthwhile, but if you are in one of the 3 or 4 satellite blocks frankly its no more effort to walk to the bakers itself. Reception area was nice, staff were friendly and helpful. Our apartment was ready early when we arrived at 2. You can park at reception (limited spaces and a bit chaotic at peak time) for check in and to unload - there are trolleys you can borrow to ferry stuff to your apartment building. The main car park is an underground car park just down the road. Two levels, everyone seems to park on the entry level, I went down a level, and there was tons of space even Feb half term. We were in one of the 3 or of 4 satellite blocks - they are all no more than 50m or so walk to the main building which houses the pool and spa. The outdoor pool is quite small and a bit nippy, but still fund for the kids. The spa had a steam room ,sauna, jacuzzi (not very hot) and a small gym (rowers, cycles, elipitcal trainer). Spa and pool open Sun-Fri, not Saturdays. If you are there peak week take my advice, do not bother even trying on Sunday night at piste closing time - it was chaos. After that it was busy 5-7 as you might expect but you could at least get into the steam room/sauna. They boot kids out of the spa area so they can use the pool only after 6 even in school holiday weeks. A bit annoying if you are family who likes to ski till last lift as by the time you get back, lock away the ski kit, get changed etc, you have very limited time to enjoy the spa before the kids are booted. I get adults want quiet time in the spa (I would too), but in holiday weeks you should be able to ski the full day and still enjoy the spa facilities with your kids that you have afterall paid to use. They should make the cut off a little later so you can ski and spa. I think the whole spa/pool shuts around 7.30 which is a little earlier. Anyway its a nice little facility and was pretty well kept. On the plus side they didn't enforce the common French rule of men having to wear budgie smugglers, you could get away with swim shorts (a sensible approach). Apartments were decent. We had a 1 bed plus cabine. The cabine was a proper bunk room with door off the hallway. Not big but adequate for a couple of kids. Adults bedroom was double bed, also small but adequate. Lack of wardrobe space generally. Separate toilet, shower room, and bathroom, and a decent fairly spacious hallway with plenty of hanging hooks for skiwear. Living room has a small sofa (also sofa bed but I honestly wouldn't want to be 6 people with the space available),table for 6, and small kitchen area, 3 ring hob, dishwasher, and a microwave (with a half a grill under it), no proper oven. Linen, towels, final cleaning all included which was good. Ski and boot room adequate (and warm enough to leave boots on the hanging pegs in the lockers) but not enough benches for the volume of people. Minor issue. It's a convenient 100m (max) walk through the complex behind to the slopes (and you can ski back to within 50m), with a beginners drag and 4 person fixed chair. Nice quiet area for beginners around the drag and chair. However the Pre Novel chair is quite short and doesn't give access to any of the mid-mountain chairs reaching higher terrain, so after taking the chair you have to ski back down to one of the main base station lifts to go back up - so even if you make first lift, all you end up doing is having to ski back down to one of the main base lifts to join the back of the queue. We had a week of clear blue skies and no fresh snow so we weren't racing up, but on a powder day this could prove frustrating. Other than that even at half term the lifts, with the exception of the Solaret 6 pack Chair which was a real pinch point, generally were not at all busy. Termignon, has some nice runs, but the whole top area is only accessible via two steep drags which did have long queues. The run back to Val Cenis is a long cat track blue that gets very flat at the end and requires poling (or walking if you're a boarder). In the main bit of Val Cenis it felt like at some point or other all runs ended up on escargot (long cat track green) or Famillie (cat track blue) so one way or other you end up doing some flatish terrain (though they are just about steep enough to maintain momentum). Otherwise, I felt we'd covered most of the runs in the first few days and after a week the variety of the pistes of Val Cenis were not somewhere I'd rush back to, but to be fair without fresh snow I didn't get to experience the off piste which might have put a different light on the resort. However on the whole it was nice friendly resort, some nice little restaurants, cheaper and less busy the the mega French resorts. Anyway nice apartment complex with pool &spa, good friendly service, decent parking, convenient with towels, linen and final cleaning included. Better than average. Nice stay for a family.…
We past one week in this residence which is beautiful, near the ski slopes and the market it was very convenient, after skiing you can relax in the jacuzzi or hammam and the staff is very welcoming and attentive. It’s a very good place 👌🏼
Had been there for 3 times last couple of years! They have everything you need. The spa is perfect, the pists are very closed you go out and have the lift right in front of you, very comfortable for families/big companies/or with children
Overall a good experience here. The rooms are small but functional. Kitchenette does the job. Sofa bed not the best. Staff very helpful. Ski lockers and location to lift is fine. Pool nice but busy after 4 as you’d expect. Noisy floors were the worst bit and the apartments do get extremely hot. WiFi slow also and 2 connections per room isn’t ideal when there are 4 if you. Parking very good undercover.
The apartments are small yet very well equipped, in particular the kitchen area. They are functional in that they are not the most comfortable, in particular the sofa in the living area. Noise was quite an issue with other occupants banging doors and stomping on the floor above us. Reception area is pleasant and reception staff are extremely helpful and friendly and very professional. It is a shame that the bar area is no longer open as it would be nice to have an area to relax over a drink in the evening. Short walk to the pre-novel chair lift with restaurant, supermarket (small and overpriced), baker, newsagent and ski shop all within short walking distance. Skiing is very good and ideally suited to families. Lanslebourg and Lanslevillard both about a 15 minute walk away or there is a frequent free shuttle. Outdoor swimming pool to be avoided in my opinion as it was freezing and tiny changing room area.…
Third time we've booked les Alpages. (4 pax in 6 pax app) Good location onwards ski-lift (Pre-Novel), but not on the slopes. Staff is professional and friendly. Spa and fitness access is included. Wifi only at the reception. Bakery services in the morning. Ski-locker is large enough but no boot-heaters.