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Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Belmont
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Reviewed February 25, 2013

Le Belmont has basic but clean accommodation although a little on the small side for families of 4. The reception is excellent and the people very friendly and helpful. The ski-in ski-out options are tricky for beginners but for reasonable skiers it is literally to and from the door. There is an alternative path to walk to the Transarc lift which is only 5 mins if you prefer. The supermarket can be a tricky10-15 minute walk and there is limited takeaways available in the area.

Room Tip: Although our room was very small we did speak to another family who had a much larger room but with no view.
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed February 21, 2013

Arriving at the hotel did not start out as nice as i hoped after a long trip. After the online reservation was made i called the hotel itself to arrange a couple of things. I asked for a room on the top floor ( to avoid the noise as described on tripadvisor) and for a covered parking space. They told be it would be arranged, the parking of the hotel itself was already full but they would make a reservation for me in the nearby covered public parking. When we checked in both things were not taken care off, meaning i could park all the way down in the village in the snow (which still costs €55 for a week!).

The room itself was clean and big enough for the two of us. However this was a room with a max occupancy of 4. I can not imagine how to fit 4 adults into this type of room. The view from the room was nice, looking at the Transarc lift and piste. The rooms are pretty noisy though, we ended up on the 3rd floor, just hope you don't have noisy neighbours!

The location is very good. Arc 1800 is situated at a good location in the paradiski area. The hotel is about a 5 min walk from the center with a small supermarket, bars and restaurants. In the back of ski room B /C is a stairs towards a door going onto the piste. Just get on your board/skies and a minute later you are at the transarc lift. Getting back is a bit trickier. At the end of the "Maitaz" piste look to your left. When you see the hotel and the small piste for kids, follow the fence around that kids area towards the trees. There you will find a fairly small path going into the forrest, follow this path ( very shortly) and you end up where you started the day at the hotel.

Room Tip: Top floor if able to decrease the amount of noise. Don't use the max occupancy.
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank marv313
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Reviewed January 21, 2013

Watch out people it's a rip off, we stayed in the Belmont and the service was just so so disappointing and when we asked for the towels to be change they said 10 euro per person and when we checked out after 10 o'clock they charged us 30 euro for no reason, then when I checked my credit card the put 72 euro on it and I have no idea why. Top flight have alot to answer to for setting us up with this place . Would never ever be back again. The staff are so rude

  • Stayed: January 2013
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5  Thank Badnob
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Reviewed January 12, 2013

Just returned from new year in les arcs. Agree with jmrlondon that you've got to be an intermediate skier to ski in. The track is <2m wide, twisty , steep and through trees. Having said that it is only about 30m from the piste so just take off your skis and walk down. The ski out is fine and getting to the Transarc is a matter of a minute or so. We stayed on the top floor at the very end of the building (830) in an apt for 4. The sofa bed was soft but otherwise the apt did what it said on the tin and you're there to ski not watch TV. If that's what you want, bring a DVD player and cable ... The place was clean and quiet - even on NYeve, but You might want earplugs as any noise from the corridor will reach to the bunk beds. There is a little local supermarket 100m from the front door and the free Navette shuttle bus stop is only a little beyond that. We didn't use Skiset as Ski Republic was much cheaper but you have to lug skis etc from Villards which is a bit of a pain. We took the Eurostar to Paris then an overnight Couchette from Gare d'Austerlitz which takes you to Bourg station. The funicular is at the end of the platform, followed by a free Navette ride to Charmetogger which was pretty stress free. The only problem is the scrum that is the French idea of a queue to get on the bus - be prepared to stand your ground at 7.30am if you don't want to be shoved off to the side!

Room Tip: 8th floor is near top of trees and has more light and probably quieter.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank DoraTheExplorer326
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Reviewed March 16, 2012

We stayed in Le Belmont for a wonderful sunny week of skiing in March 2012. Les Arcs 1800 is a great location with super access to the pistes. Le Belmont claims to be ski in ski out but unless you are a very advanced skier it really isn't. Best way to ski back in is to duck under the net and go through the ski school.

We booked a studio for 4 people that really wasn't big enough for 4. The bunk beds are in the corridor by the front door and are very uncomfortable, the sofa bed in the lounge is pretty cosy and also uncomfortable. With all our ski stuff there wasn't enough room to swing a ski pole. The balcony was nice and had a cracking view but the room stunk of smoke. The kitchen is basic but we knocked up some great grub despite not having an oven or grill.

The other downside here is there's very little sound proofing so you can hear doors banging and people shouting most of the night. I guess the cheap value attracts people on boozy ski holidays and arc 1800 does have a lively nightlife.

Overall we had a great holiday but we're shattered as we hardly slept all week in the uncomfortable beds and all the noise from other guests.

  • Stayed: March 2012
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8  Thank jmrlondon
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