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You won't just like it, you'll love it! Les Deux Alpes is a lively village and one of the oldest resorts in France. For singles, couples and families you'll find there's a wide choice of bars and restaurants along the resort's main street that will suit all pockets and tastes - including the Tribeca Bar and Restaurant or The Windsor Pub.
With an impressive snow record and above average sunshine to put you in the mood, this resort has over 200km of pistes and areas to suit all levels of skier and snowboarder. Les Deux Alpes is known as a family resort and our Chalet Hotel Berangere has excellent, spacious accommodation for all the family. The resort positively encourages children by providing four free T-bars in the village and there's a kid's freestyle area too. Popular attractions include an outdoor ice rink and two sports centres.
|Ski resort facts||Suitability for skiers||Number of runs||Number of lifts|
|Resort altitude: 1650m
Skiing altitude: 1250–3568m
|Beginners: Very good
Intermediates: Very good
Snowboarding: Very good
Suitability for non-skiers: Good
Cross-country trails: 20km
Half pipes: 1
Cable cars: 9
Drag lifts: 24
Nestled at the foot of the slopes, the Chalet Hotel Berangere has an amazing location just alongside the piste. Facing south, with a superb view of the mountains, the hotel has a large sunny terrace and balconied rooms allowing you to make the most of the sunshine on those good weather days.
If you are an off piste extreme skier, you may be interested in La Grave, offering some of the most exciting and challenging terrain in the world - be warned you must arrange a local guide to take you to La Grave, as skiing is dangerous.
Children are well catered for with their own kids clubs at the hotel, offering plenty of fun activities and our qualified childcare staff will take them to and from ski schools for you. This resort is perfect for Skiing or Snowboarding in Les Deux Alpes. You can ski from 3,400m all the way to 1,300m without getting on a lift.