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Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont

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Village de Charmettoger Arc 1800, 73700 Les Arcs, Bourg Saint Maurice France
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Updated 03/03/21

About

#7 of 17 in Les Arcs
Location
4.2
Cleanliness
4.2
Service
4.2
Value
3.8
A family resort in the heart of the Paradiski Area. Residence located at the foot of the slopes, close to the center and entertainment. Completely renovated, near the forest, comfortable apartments
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Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Wifi
Ski rentals
Ski school
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Ski In / Ski Out
Non-smoking hotel
Laundry service
Parking garage
Paid wifi
Skiing
Board games / puzzles
Self-serve laundry
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Room features
Private balcony
Seating area
Telephone
Kitchenette
Dishwasher
Microwave
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Refrigerator
Kitchenware
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Family rooms
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Mountain View
Languages Spoken
English, French

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Grade: 68 out of 100
20Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
4Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
517Reviews7Q+A30Room tips
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rozrae wrote a review Apr 2022
Glasgow, United Kingdom102 contributions97 helpful votes
This is the 4th year we’ve used Le Belmont and yet again we were not disappointed!! We booked a 2 bedroom this time and had plenty of space in the apartment with lots of storage space for 4. The apartment had everything we needed for a comfortable stay. There’s a ski rental shop and parking on site. If parking is full there is a covered garage just a short distance away. The boot room opens straight onto a slope that takes you directly to the Transarc gondola. You can also ski back into the apartments.Excellent location to slopes and also just a 5 minute walk to the shops and bars. Reception and recreational space on first floor with nice high end feel. Nespresso capsules and bakery items are available . from reception along with games and sledges to borrow. A cleaning pack is provided in the kitchen with cloths, washing up liquid and 7 dishwasher tablets which is a nice touch! Staff were very helpful as always!! Will be back.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Reception closed midday day but you can leave luggage in the luggage room or use the showers on...
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SinéadM wrote a review Apr 2022
14 contributions22 helpful votes
We (myself plus 2 teenage sons) had a 1 bedroom apartment at Le Belmont. The apartment suited us fine, the apartment can sleep 5 which would have been particularly cramped. The apartment has a kitchen corner with four place hob, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. There was adequate crockery, utensils, pans etc for our needs. There was a coffee machine, kettle, tea pot and toaster. A cleaning kit and tea towels were also provided. The apartment was well designed with plenty of cupboard space and hooks for coats. As I’ve found before in France you have to make your own beds with the linens provided when you arrive. I slept on the sofa bed and found it comfortable You can order breakfast bakery items from Reception. As others have said you can ski out and ski-in but it’s not the easiest and for confident skiers only. My only niggle was the Wi-Fi which didn’t work well and I gave up trying to connect. Fortunately there is very good 4G so best to get a data pack before you travel.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Book equipment hire direct with Skiset at the Belmont. This was much cheaper than booking through...
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Caroline S wrote a review Apr 2022
Norwich, United Kingdom10 contributions
Currently staying at Le Belmont. Family of four in a one-bedroom apartment that sleeps 5. Glad we booked this rather than a studio as that definitely would be cramped. Ski in and out is only for competent skiers as down narrow and icy tracks. But if you can manage it, the location to the Trans Arc gondola is great. Bit of a walk down quite a lot of steps to main area with bars and restos. However, we got a great deal through skiworld so can't complain! Receptionists are lovely and helpful and you can order bread/croissants/juice etc for collection from 8am in the morning which is handy. First time in Les Arcs, and we loved it.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Joanne G wrote a review Mar 2022
Warrington, United Kingdom25 contributions12 helpful votes
We booked in January via Crystal Ski for a family of four and were aware that we had a one bedroom apartment. The kids are aged 12 & 16 so had to share the bedroom. We had to sleep on the sofa bed in the living room which again we were aware of however.. When we arrived on the Saturday at 11pm after a 2 hour flight delay the reception was closed. The Crystal rep gave us our keys and we went to our room to find it hadn’t been cleaned after the last guests had checked out. It was in fact quite bad with the bathroom and toilet being the worst part of it. We had no toilet roll or towels in the room and the bedding that had been left for us wasn’t the cleanest either. We had no choice but to bed down for the night as there was no one around. The sofa bed took up all the available space in the living room and was really hard and uncomfortable. There was nowhere to put our suitcases once unpacked as there was literally no space. We went down first thing the next morning and to be fair they apologised and told us it would be cleaned while we were out skiing which they did do. We asked about upgrading to a larger room and they said they had one but it was an extra €650 so we politely declined as we had already paid over the odds when we booked. We had one set of thin white towels for the whole week and no bath mat provided. The kitchen was ok with four electric rings and a microwave that doubled as an oven (no instructions though so we couldn’t suss it out) The ski lockers were ok but at the busy peak times first thing in the morning it was a case of having to wait until someone else moved out of the way and only two benches to sit on for everyone. You can ski out and down to the main lifts from the back of the ski lockers but it can be a bit icy and tricky for beginners. We are all competent skiers so managed fine. The path back in is quite hard to find and unless you’ve had a big dump of snow is very rocky with trees and is very icy and narrow but again we all just about managed it. The apartments are situated up a hill from the main area and there are quite a lot of steps to go up & down. We struggled to find somewhere to eat out in the evenings as everywhere was fully booked so ended up with a takeaway most nights. There was a nice little bar that we ended up staying in one evening that served some basic platters and the staff were really welcoming. There are a couple of pizza places and a kebab/burger shop that was actually quite nice and reasonably priced but actually not that many restaurants/bars to choose from. We discovered on the journey back that there were actually a lot more bars/restaurants further round the resort that we weren’t aware of that we could have walked to but we were given no info from the Rep and there was no info in the room (usually a folder or something with info for the apartment/resort?) We had to queue for 2 hours on the Sunday morning to pick up the kids skis/boots at the small ski shop outside the hotel entrance which then meant we missed near enough the whole first morning skiing. The only plus points I’d say were the water was hot and plentiful at all times and you could order baguettes/pastries/croissants to be delivered every morning to reception to pick up. The apartment supposedly slept five but we really struggled with four. We’ve been skiing in lots of other resorts in many countries and I have to say this was the worst accommodation we’ve come across. It was expensive for what we got and was at best a 2/3 star experience.
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Date of stay: February 2022Trip type: Traveled
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F6288MKjeanmarcl wrote a review Mar 2022
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This year (CY22) we booked our ski trip really late. although most ski resorts were fully booked we found a place in the Belmont + esf lessons for my 9y son + esf lessons for my 14y daughter. so we were quite excited to go back to les arcs where we went several times before. when we showed up the parking was horrendous, the line at the SKISET store in the Belmont literally took 2 hours, the quality of the room was very average for the price (nothing broken though), one elevator was broken, the ski locker room was probably the worst one I have ever seen, there were hundred of lockers and only 2 benches that people would fight for, no heating to dry the shoes, and finally the path to go to the slopes and back to the building were far from practical. overall we were not very satisfied and it's pretty much sure that we will never go back to the Belmont.
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Date of stay: February 2022
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Jan@chimptrips wrote a review Feb 2020
Camberley, United Kingdom73 contributions52 helpful votes
Practical accommodation for a family ski trip. The apartments are fairly basic, but have everything you need for cooking and sleeping. The location is excellent - ski in and ski out and walking distance to the main ski lifts, shops, bars and restaurants. We have been back 3 times as it meets all our needs.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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chzeanne wrote a review Jan 2020
Yeadon, United Kingdom129 contributions60 helpful votes
Have just returned from a weeks stay with Crystal (11th - 19th Jan 2020). We have always stayed at Hotel Cachette in 1600 before but due to being hugely disappointed (see past reviews) we decided to stay at 1800 this time as this was the area we skied anyway. I have to say the apartment was surprisingly very good, though there were only 2 of us, we paid an extra £78 with Crystal for a separate bedroom and this turned it into an apartment that slept 5. Although the cooking facilities were described as a microwave/oven it was just a microwave/grill but as there were also 4 hot plates, we managed quite well. There was a huge dishwasher which we never used but I suppose if there were quite a few staying you would need it. Unfortunately, the sun didn't quite reach our balcony (408) which was a shame. Le Belmont is in a great position, the path to/from "village" has quite a few steps but there is another path just to the left/right of the steps that looks like it goes to some other apartments but does in fact rejoin the original path near the top/bottom of the steps. The reception staff were all very nice and some did speak English but I do think it would have been helpful if the information notes were in English. The heated lockers are huge with enough room for 2 pairs of skis, a board and 2 pairs of boots. There is a small sign in the boot room pointing out about the ski in/out access but it was 2 days before we found the stairs and door to this. Due to the lack of snow the access in was quite treacherous with rock and tree roots and the access down to the Trans Arc on a couple of days was too icy for me but competent skiers would be fine. Due to the conditions the pistes were very hard pack but you can purchase a 4 hour pass which doesn't start until you use the first lift so this was great for me as I could do a little bit then sit in the sun at one of the fantastic cafe/bars admiring the beautiful scenery. The only reason I didn't score excellent was the downside of staying in apartments (which could happen anywhere) is that there were some French guys above us who could be very noisy at times. Having said the we can't wait to go back.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Climber554286 wrote a review Jan 2020
3 contributions3 helpful votes
Le Belmont was a good ski in and ski out location, although skiing in would be chalellenging for a beginner. Comfortable apartment and nicely laid our reception area. It awa nice touch that the reception loaned out board games
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Review collected in partnership with Pierre & Vacances Center Parcs
Date of stay: January 2020
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Room Tip: Quiet accommodation with no disturbance for a peaceful night's sleep after skiing
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Catherine B wrote a review Jan 2020
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom3 contributions2 helpful votes
Luckily there was just two of us staying in a room for four or it would've been very cramped. We booked our first ski holiday for our honeymoon which was expensive in itself so didn't mind a basic apartment but. However, I broke down in floods of tears when I saw the reality when faced with a sofa bed. It was good to be able to 'ski out' however ski-ing in was very dicey as a beginner & intermediate so the walk up with equipment was awkward. Overall apartments are clean and tidy however very small and dated.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled
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Response from Laurence A, Directeur général at Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont
Responded Jan 14, 2020
Dear catherinebL4690DG, Thank you very much for your comments. We are sorry that the apartment was too small, we have other rooms types like 1 bedroom for 4 people which have a separate bedroom. Best regards
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Fearless603316 wrote a review Apr 2019
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Great accommodation. Decor a little dated in places, bit querky, comformtable beds, all facilities you’d need in a room to self cater. Clean throughout, friendly staff, ski in /out (bit tricky for beginners and snow by mid April very patchy on ski in/out route), 5 min walk down some steps to get to edge of town centre ..all in all perfect base for a family self catering ski holiday. Free WiFi hit and miss (but it’s nice to have). Does all the basics well. Can’t fault it and would be happy to return - superb value for money.
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Date of stay: April 2019
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Room Tip: Not a big issue but was surprised that we had to make our own beds!
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Response from ARC1800FL, Area Manager at Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont
Responded Apr 26, 2019
Dear Guest, Thank you for your post We hope to see you again soon in our establishement ... Best Regards Franck LORGEOUX Area Manager
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PRICE RANGE
$46 - $80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
pierre & vacances residence le belmont hotel bourg saint maurice, pierre and vacances residence le belmont
LOCATION
FranceAuvergne-Rhône-AlpesSavoieBourg Saint MauriceLes Arcs
NUMBER OF ROOMS
104
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont
Which popular attractions are close to Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont?
Nearby attractions include Les Arcs (0.2 miles), Centre Aqualudique d'Arc 1800 (0.2 miles), and Bowling La Station (0.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include laundry service, internet access, and self serve laundry.
Which room amenities are available at Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
Is parking available at Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont?
Yes, a parking garage and paid private parking on-site are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont?
Conveniently located restaurants include Chez Clarisse, La Popote, and Mamie Crepe.
Are any cleaning services offered at Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont?
Yes, laundry service and self serve laundry are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Tour de Rochefort (3.7 miles).
Does Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.