Hotel Taj-I Mah is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Les Arcs, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to room service and a concierge while staying at Hotel Taj-I Mah. In addition, Hotel Taj-I Mah offers a pool and breakfast, which will help make your Les Arcs trip additionally gratifying.
Close to Aiguille Rouge (1.5 mi), a popular Les Arcs landmark, Hotel Taj-I Mah is a great destination for tourists.
While in Les Arcs, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Taj-I Mah, including Le Savoy (0.0 mi), Belliou La Fumée (0.8 mi), and Les Chalets de l'Arc (0.2 mi).
Enjoy your stay in Les Arcs!
We had a wonderful 7 days out of our planned stay of two weeks. The hotel, the location and the ski fields exceeded our expectations. Our room was a good size and we had a fantastic view of the surrounding peaks and valley. The Ski shop provided an excellent service with good quality equipment in top condition, but could do with more staff at peak times. In general the hotel staff were great, nothing was to much trouble. For people of our mature years the skiing was perfect - lots of long groomed blue runs. We hope that the world is back to normal by next season so that we can come back.
Fantastic hotel. Service is amazing, from the moment you enter until you leave. The staff cant be more helpful. The breakfast staff meet you with a smile and the bar staff in the evening are very accomodating.
My wife and I spent a week here for the second time in March 2020. The hotel is right on the piste in Arc 2000 so couldn't be more convenient for skiing. The food is outstanding and the rooms warm and comfortable. Ski and boot storage is in the hotel shop, so again very convenient. The small 'bubble' lift down to 1950 is just outside the front door, giving very easy access to a further number of bars and shops. The spa with pool and Jacuzzi is very pleasantIf I have any criticism it would be the shower in the bathroom, which is difficult to position to get a decent shower but overall this is just a small point. Otherwise highly recommended.
Hotel is in a great position for ski in ski out. Although Les Arcs 2000 overall is charmless and 1950 is much nicer. The hotel had its own ski shop where you leave your skis and boots each night and the guys in there are fantastic, very helpful, polite and accommodating. The Room was spacious with a mountain view, A lovely bathroom and separate toilet. Tea coffee fridge TV etc and a king size comfortable bed. Spa area was also nice. All the staff were lovely. Entertainment in the smart bar most nights with 1st class guitarist/singer just a shame more guests didn’t join them probably due to the cost of drinks ie €16 for a G&t or cocktails. Restaurant was very nice and breakfast was very good. The only downside was the evening meal. Not what you really want after a hard days skiing. For a 5* hotel the choice was poor. Each night was a Luke warm soup followed by a second and third course of just 2 choices based on French fine dining and never accompanied by vegetables. No vegetarian options at all. My wife didn’t want either of the 2nd course one night and was bought out a bowl of just lettuce, no dressing, just dry lettuce. You end up filling up on generous offers of bread and the excellent sweet buffet. You can also eat in the downstairs grill restaurant on one night where you have a choice of burgers, steak, salmon etc After 3 days we ate out after our Inghams rep arranged for the hotel to refund the cost of the evening meal so fair play to them both. If they could perhaps offer a better choice of food including some vegi options the hotel would get a 5* review and others said the same. …
We visited the sister hotel in Val Thorens and had the same expectations for this one. Hotel wise - they were met. It's a great hotel, superb location (ski-in/ski-out). Staff is very friendly, ski shop staff is even friendlier, rooms are clean. But... the restaurant (dinner) is a disappointment. For vegetarians the choice isn't much and the menu is pretty set. The other restaurant options in the area are limited (unless you take cable car down to 1950m village). However for skiing it's the ultimate location. The window in the room doesn't 'tilt' - which means you are either left with a fully open window the entire night, or no window at all. View of the mountain is breathtaking though. Spa is 'ok'. I assume when the hotel is fully booked the spa can be a bit 'small'. Massages are so-so. We ended up getting a massage from a service called massage-me (they come to the room with bed and all) and that was great. Definitely recommend them.…