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Chalets in Tignes

Chalets in Tignes and hotels in Tignes - the Front de Neige looking at Tignes Le Rosset

Chalets in Tignes - check availability and prices

Chalets in Tignes are great for those looking to experience the large and varied Espace Killy ski area. We have over 50 chalets in Tignes in our portfolio and to search availability for all Tignes chalets use our easy to use chalet search below. We feature chalets here from the smallest (sleeping 5) to the largest (which sleep over 40 guests). We also feature some great value chalet hotels in Tignes.

Using the search engine below first select your departure weekend. This will enable you to view the prices and availability for all chalets in Tignes on your chosen week. You can then easily refine your search by chalet size and/or chalet quality, and there are other search criteria you can use such as with hot tub, fireplace, steam room or childcare.

Simply add favourite chalets to your shortlist (this can be done from the chalet detail page) and then send this shortlist to our team of advisers. We will be back to you within a few hours to help you select the best chalet to suit your 'wish-list'. For more info on Tignes see our resort guide to Tignes.

Tignes Chalets - the residential areas

Chalets in Tignes are set across three main residential areas. When researching chalets in Tignes to book for a ski or snowboard holiday it's important to 'know' the resort layout. There are in fact three main residential 'villages' making up the resort of Tignes: Tignes Les Brevieres (the lowest village below the dam); Tignes Le Lac and Tignes Val Claret (which is the uppermost village). However, within the latter two Tignes villages there are sub areas and it's important when looking at chalets in Tignes that you know the pros and cons of these separate areas. When looking at Tignes Le Lac, where most of our chalets are, you will find 5 separate sub areas: Les Almes, Le Lavachet, Tignes Le Lac, Le Rosset and finally Le Bec Rouge.

Chalets in Tignes Les Almes

As you enter Tignes Le Lac the area of Les Almes is on the right and extends up the hill to the north (therefore facing south). Here you will find the Hotel Montana and quite a few of the Skiworld and Ski Total chalets. There are no bars or restaurants in this area but most of the chalets are close to the bottom of the Almes and Combe blue runs descending from the Palafour and Chaudannes chairlifts, and the Almes drag lift. This means getting back to your chalet at the end of the day is easy and getting skiing in the morning is likewise not too much of an issue. In the morning it’s a short walk to the piste and then a gentle ski down to the main lift hub and ski school meeting points. The Lodge Aigle is an example of a chalet property here.

Chalets in Tignes Lavachet

This is on the opposite side of the valley and faces north. Lavachet is an older residential area consisting of ugly old apartment tower blocks built during the 1970's and some more modern purpose built chalets. Ski Olympic have chalets here. There are some bars in this area and it's also possible to ski back pretty close to your chalet in this part of Tignes at the end of the day. In the morning take the Lavachet drag and then ski across and down to the main ski school meeting point for Tignes Le Lac, or better skiers can take either the Paquis or Chaudannes lift into the main ski area. Chalet Camille is a typical example of a chalet property here.

Chalets in Le Rosset

This area lies next door to Tignes Lavachet on the same side of the valley. This area is where you will find most of the hotels in Tignes and also most of the shopping and bars. With easy access to the slopes and the main apres ski options this is the best location for a chalet to have in Tignes. The Alpaka Lodge is located here and comes highly recommended.

Chalets in Le Lac and Tignes Le Bec Rouge

These two areas merge into one another and lie along the Northern edge of the lake in Tignes. Le Lac has the shops, ski school offices and bars of the ugly but practical Palafour building and Le Bec Rouge is purely a residential area. The Chalet Arktic is located in Le Bec Rouge and enjoys great South facing views over the frozen lake of Tignes.

All the chalets in Tignes we feature have Google map positions that we have carefully researched and noted. Although Tignes is a practical resort and nearly all the accommodation has easy access to and from the slopes it is still important to consider the position of your chalet. For further advice and help please do not hesitate to contact our office - we would be delighted to help.

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