Chalet Louisa, Alpe d'Huez, France
- Hot Tub
- Ski Room
- Dining Room
- DVD Player
- Airport: 138 km
- Resort: 1 km
- Ski school: 200 m
- Slopes: 5 m
- Town: 1 km
- Lifts: 220 m
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About Chalet Louisa
Chalet Louisa is in the Altiport complex above the Les Bergers area of the resort. The resort centre is about 1km away, and the ski school meeting point and the Marmottes gondola are 200 metres from the chalet. In normal conditions, Chalet Louisa is a ski in/ski out chalet.
Offering a perfect, quiet location, the chalet is built using local wood and stone, giving it a traditional alpine feel. A large balcony offers panoramic views of Alpe d’huez and there is the added bonus of a hot tub and a sauna. There is complimentary Wi-Fi, beautiful open fireplace, TV and DVD player as well as ski storage. If you have travelled by car parking facilities are available.
Alpe d’Huez caters for all levels of skier. With 249km of pistes, the area sits on a south facing plateau with fantastic views above the clouds. Wide gentle runs for beginners can be found just above the village. Intermediates will find an excellent choice of blue and red runs down to the neighbouring villages, while more advanced skiers can conquer one of the longest black runs in Europe (La Sarenne) with the challenging Tunnel run testing their skills.
Après-ski in Alpe d’Huez is quite lively with a good selection of bars and restaurants in the centre. Non-ski activities in the centre provide plenty of things to do including a swimming pool, indoor golf, a spa and gym, archery and tennis.
Chalet Louisa sleeps 18 guests
Room 1 Twin with shower and WC
Room 2 Twin with bath and WC
Sauna with shower
Ski storage room
Rooms 3 & 4 Twins with shower and WC
Dining area with large balcony
Rooms 5 & 6 Twins with shower, WC and balcony
Room 7 Twin plus additional bunk bed with shower, WC and balcony
Room 8 Twin with shower and WC
To start your day, a hot or cold breakfast including sausages, bacon, eggs, cereals and bread are served with unlimited tea, coffee or fruit juice.
A freshly baked slice of cake or biscuits with tea or coffee awaits on your return from the slopes.
In the evening, a 4-course meal is served with canapes and aperitifs followed by coffee and after-dinner chocolates. A selection of complimentary wine is served during dinner.
Chalet staff will have one day off each week, allowing guests the chance to try the local cuisine.
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A mere hour from Grenoble, Alpe d'Huez is one of those resorts which has outstanding variety and scale of terrain so it offers much for skiers and boarders from humble beginners to swanky experts. It's favoured by the weather gods, enjoying an average of 300 sunny days a year as well as an excellent snow record especially on the Sarenne Glacier, an...
- Good for Off Piste
- Good for Families
- Good for Non-skiers
- Snow Sure Conditions
- High Altitude