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Tignes Ski Resort Reviews

Tignes Le Lac at night Tignes Bubble Car Group on Chairlift in Tignes Mark Warner Ski School in Tignes Ski Group in Tignes Friends skiing in Tignes Tignes Ski sign
Tignes centres around three small villages sitting high above the tree line. Our chalet hotels can be found nestled in the villages of Tignes Le Lac and Le Lavachet. Forming part of the Espace Killy ski area, Tignes provides a huge variety of terrain for skiers and boarders from challenging off-piste powder to leisurely cruising runs. The highlight of the ski area is the Grande Motte glacier with its excellent runs back down to resort. The long runs down to Tignes-les-Brevieres are a popular choice, home to many restaurants, perfect for lunch on the terrace. Beginners are also well catered for with a good selection of wide open nursery slopes. Off the slopes there is plenty going on; our very own pub in Tignes Le Lavachet - "Scotty's" is both lively and popular and there are plenty of other bars and restaurants to choose from. A recent addition to the resort is the fantastic swimming pool and wellness centre in Tignes Le Lac.
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Well, we have been skiing with Mark Warner for the last 12 years, so that speaks for itself. The selling point for us, originally, was the ski hosting, as my partner and I ski at different levels. It was great for both of us to be able to ski with a group of the same abilities. Sadly, the truculent ESF have put an end to that for now. However, Mark Warner still offer great holiday accommodation in the newly refurbished Aiguille Percee, which is just about as good as it can get for location- 200m from the lifts with good food which we tend to over eat, and friendly, helpful staff. They have just about got most things sorted now with a new ski/boot room and automatic boot dryers, so the boots were always warm and dry in the morning - they really work. Only minor (easily fixable) problems were slight lack of wardrobe shelving and wall hangers (only 3). Our room had an idiotically placed shelf right above the bed-head which prevented sitting up in bed to read an on which I banged my head at least once a day, or more often, in the middle of the night. Wear your helmet in bed if you get room 301

Review by Bob Langdown who travelled to Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percee on 26/1/14

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Very enjoyable and comfortable week in Tignes. The accommodation is very good, and the location - just yards from the centre of the village - is superb. Food was also very good - plentiful choice at breakfast, very welcome afternoon tea (not a cake person myself, but they looked delicious - I stuck with savouries and soup!), and nicely cooked three-course suppers. Slight gripe .... the chef seemed to feel it necessary to garnish fish dishes with meat on some evenings, taking it out of the choices available to those vegetarians who do eat fish. The dining room was very noisy - some soft furnishings (inc tablecloths), and screens/room dividers would help. Staff were delightful - not experienced hotel/restaurant staff but almost always smiling, helpful and willing. The only real negative was about the journey back to the airport - having collected us the coach stopped at another hotel in Tignes to collect more passengers. Some of these were very very late - leaving us sitting on the coach for a very long time. Is it a Mark Warner policy to wait for someone in such circumstances - however late they are?? If so, its a very poor policy!!! Would I stay again? Probably not. Absolutely nothing to do with the hotel which I strongly recommend: rather that the slopes at Tignes are generally too difficult for a beginner/poor skier. If I was a good/experienced skier .... yes!

Review by Mike who travelled to Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percee on 19th January 2014

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Fantastic week in Tignes. Lovely chalet hotel in a great location matched by superb facilities, excellent food and great service. Only one hitch at the beginning of our stay where rooms were not as requested. Perhaps room allocation of rooms should be by the hotel and not by Head office who don't appear to be familiar with the layout of the hotel!!

Review by Nicki Dargan who travelled to Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percee on yes

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Thanks to all the staff at the hotel, we had a fabulous time. The food was great and the staff very helpful. We will be back! The only thing that would have improved it for me would have been free WIFI access.

Review by Tony Owen who travelled to Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percee on 15/12/2013

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Just returned from a pre-Christmas week's skiing. The Aiguille Percee has been refurbished and it was absolutely wonderful. We have stayed here a lot in the past and always liked it, but the refurb has really pushed it up a level. Staff were wonderful, particularly Sean in reception and Rob in the dining room - but they were all very helpful and did a great job. Food was excellent and I think the entire holiday was fantastic value for money. Thank you to all at the Aiguille Percee!

Review by Lynne and Brian who travelled to Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percee on 8 Dec 2013

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I enjoyed the food, I thought most of the staff were very good but the accomodation was bad, the room was small and in desperate need of refurbishment and the towels and bedding were tired. The toilet was a tiny room with no window or extractor fan. I believe the staff cleaning the chalets and serving in the restarant were very over worked and not treated very well. I shall not be going any where near a Mark Warner hotel again.

Mark Warner Say:
Many thanks for your review. We are pleased to announce that the Aiguille Percee will be undergoing a refurbishment in time for the ski 13/14 season.

Review by Denise who travelled to Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percee on 23rd December 2012

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Another great week in Tignes! Excellent snow and the weather was pretty good too. Most enjoyable aspect of our stay at Aiguille Percee? The scrummy afternoon tea!! Cakes to die for!!!

Review by Guy & Howard Lawson who travelled to Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percee on 24th February 2013

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Another fantastic ski trip with Mark Warner, great location, skiing awesome...would only request re introduction of Bristol flights please!

Review by Debbie Rigby who travelled to Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percee on 10th feb 2013

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The best holidayy!!! me and hattie will be back!!

Review by Tori Salt who travelled to Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percee on 06/01/13

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Stress free holidays is what Mark Warner specialise in.. and this holiday was no exception. I have travelled with Mark Warner over 10 times always with the same result, great food great staff and lots of fun. I would recommend them to anyone plus if your family has mixed skiing abilities the ski hosting is a must..My wife loves coffee stops but my son and I prefer to cover miles of beautiful snowy scenery.

Review by Clive Schofield who travelled to Chalet Hotel Aiguille Percee on 19th feb 2012

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Fantastic experience from start to finish. The location of the Aiguille Percee in Tignes le Lac is second to none, overlooking the slopes, so convenient from a skiing perspective, as well as being just a stone's throw from the centre of the village. My charming cosy alpine style bedroom had a balcony overlooking the frozen lake with the spectacular Grande Motte beyond - an impressive backdrop to wake up to each morning. The team struck the perfect balance between friendliness and professionalism, full of smiles and always ready to help. The food was exceptional both in terms of choice and quantity and the complimentary wine with the evening meal was a really nice touch adding to the sociable, relaxed atmosphere. The childcare was what impressed me the most. The creche although small was well equipped and the walls were covered in brightly coloured creations. The nannies were both caring and warm and seemed to have boundless. Jack had one on one care with the same nanny each day and although loathe to be left initially Charlotte's gentleness and perserverance soon won him round. Knowing Jack was happy meant that I was able to properly relax and enjoy some fantastic skiing in a great resort.

Review by Nell Hensby who travelled to Chalethotel Aiguille Percee on 19th-25th March 2012

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