Luxury Ski Chalets Val d’Isere
Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Val d’Isere with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.
Luxury Ski Holidays in Val d’Isere
Situated in the Tarentaise Valley, Val d’Isere is one of the most famous luxury ski resorts in the world. Linked with the neighbouring resort of Tignes, there are over 300 km of ski runs and 1900m of vertical, so it’s not hard to see why many people look for a luxury ski holiday in Val d'Isere. Renowned for reliable snow cover, Val d’Isere has hosted some of the great sporting events including the Winter Olympics and the World Alpine Ski Championships.
Although the ski area is the main attraction, there are a multitude of luxury ski chalets in Val d’Isere in close proximity to the charming village centre.
Famous for its vibrant nightlife, Val d’Isere has plenty of apres-ski choices including the infamous Folie Douce. Evening entertainment ranges from the simple to the sophisticated, with live music venues rubbing shoulders with piano bars and chic cocktail lounges. When hunger sets in, there are plenty of restaurants serving up delicious Savoyard cuisine.
For non-skiers, Val d’Isere has a plethora of alternative winter activities to try, from ice driving and ice skating to paragliding and snowshoe hiking. Summer in Val d’Isere should not be overlooked either with skiing possible on the glacier and a range of hiking and biking trails to explore.
Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Val d’Isere
Leo Trippi has an extensive portfolio of luxury accommodation in Val d’Isere, ranging from catered chalets to stylish self-catered apartments. Our expert team has personally selected only the best luxury chalets in Val d’Isere to ensure each of our guests has a unique and memorable experience. When booking a chalet in Val d’Isere it is important to consider location, since the resort is made up of several towns and villages which are linked by a free bus service as well as an extensive network of lifts.
Those who wish to be at the heart of the action during their luxury ski holiday in Val d’Isere should stay right in the centre of the resort, where the shops, bars and restaurants are on your doorstep. Also within walking distance of Val d'Isere nightlife is Le Cret, a more attractive part of the resort with many traditional chalets built from wood and stone.
Moving further up the valley, La Daille offers slopeside accommodation at the base of the Bellevarde ski area. If you are looking for a luxury ski-in/ski-out chalet in Val d’Isere then, the hamlets of Le Joseray, La Legettaz and Le Chatelard are particularly popular. Convenient access to the slopes can also be found in the hamlet of Le Laisinant whilst Le Fornet is ideally positioned for accessing some of the best off-piste skiing in the region. Accommodation here is of a high standard with many Savoyard-style luxury chalet rentals to choose from.
If you are looking to fully relax in ultimate luxury then we would suggest a luxury catered ski chalet in Val d’Isere. Let our private chefs craft a bespoke menu to your taste and prepare every meal to your liking.
Skiing in Val d'Isere
Sharing its ski area with neighbouring resort Tignes, Val d’Isere’s season runs from late November to early May, with 300 km of prepared pistes as well as some excellent off-piste opportunities. The resort’s main lift hub is situated a little way out from the centre, in the side valley of Le Manchet. Many of our luxury ski chalets in Val d’Isere have complimentary lift transfers so there will be no need to walk.
From Le Manchet, the lifts travel west to Bellevarde and east to Solaise. From Bellevarde, you can ski down to the satellite resort of La Daille or take the lifts above La Daille to Col de Fresse and Toviere which link to Tignes. A fantastic area for beginners, Solaise has runs to Le Manchet, Le Laisinant and links to Col de l’Iseran. From here you can reach another satellite village, Le Fornet, which is home to the two Michelin-star restaurant L'Atelier d’Edmond. On the far side of the Col are lifts up to Val’s glacier, Pissaillas.
For more information on skiing in Val d’Isere explore our full guide
Eating & Drinking in Val d'Isere
Whilst we offer an exceptional collection of both self-catered and catered ski chalets in Val d’Isere there are a plethora of fine eateries to choose from, including two Michelin-star restaurants. On the mountain, we like La Peau de Vache, a welcoming eaterie halfway down La Face black run serving hearty salads, local charcuterie, steak, omelettes and tartiflette. Another recommendation is L’Edelweiss, a chalet-style restaurant with a large outdoor terrace serving exceptional Savoyard cuisine; don’t miss out on the duck burger with foie gras!
Val d’Isere takes apres-ski seriously with the action kicking off at La Folie Douce, just above La Daille. At the bottom of Solaise, Cocorico is similarly lively with live music and DJs. From midnight, the basement turns into Doudoune, a dynamic nightclub which takes you into the early hours of the morning. After you have finished your night, many of our luxury chalets in Val d’Isere offer a chauffeur service returning you home straight to your chalet.
A Perfect Day in Val d'Isere
- Wake up in one of our catered chalets in Val d’Isere to the smell of freshly baked croissants and coffee
- Head out for a morning ski, starting off on some of the easy blues around the Solaise area
- Stop for lunch at Bar de L'Ouillette and relax in the sunshine on the terrace whilst enjoying dishes from the barbecue or grill.
- Tackle the exhilarating Orange and Ok Coupe du Monde red runs on the way to La Daille
- Experience the ultimate après ski party at La Folie Douce
- Head back to your luxury catered chalet in Val d’Isere or enjoy dinner at La Table de l'Ours, a Michelin starred restaurant offering set menus and a la carte dishes featuring the finest regional cuisine.
Location & Map
Located just 225 km from Geneva airport, Val d’Isere can be reached easily by air followed by a 3 hour transfer up the mountain. Trains from Paris stop at Bourg St Maurice, around 45 minutes from Val d’Isere.
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