Aime La Plagne resort guide - a general overview
Aime La Plagne (2,100 metres) is situated to the Western end of the La Plagne ski domain. It really just constitutes a group of monolithic apartment and hotel blocks. Club Med have one of their chalets in Aime La Plagne that is perched on the mountainside well above the tree line. Of course you get ski-in ski-out accommodation and you are right on the high altitude, snow sure slopes but this is a purpose built resort at its most brutal.
2,050m - 3,250m
- (2hr 15mins)
- (3 hours)
- (3 hours)
Level of skiing
- Snow sure
- Ski area
- Charm factor
- Resort layout
- Fine dinning
- Short transfer
- Resort value
- Slopes to please skiers & snowboarders from complete beginners through to offpiste experts
- Very family friendly
- Mountain restaurants with great views and reasonable prices
- High in altitude and snow sure, especially the Bellecote Glacier
- Linked to Les Arcs by the fantastic Vanoise Express cable car that crosses the valley
- Not the prettiest looking place to stay
- There are some flat spots for Snowboarders but route planning means these can be avoided.
- Very limited nightlife
La Plagne (Aime) Mountain Restaurants
Mountain Restaurants in La Plagne are generally good value for money and many have fantastic views of the Vanoise National Park or the Tarentaise Valley, and only get really busy during Peak weeks. For stunning views across the valley to Courchevel, the Rossa on the Champagny side is the best option, you can even nap in the deck chairs! In bad weather head for the lower tree lined runs that lead down to Les Coches & Montchavin, and try the Chez Pat du Sauget. The Arpette is a good value restaurant in the main part of the piste and is easy to get to for most levels of skiers.
La Plagne (Aime) Resort Map
La Plagne (Aime) Ski Hire Shops
|A||Skiset: Skiteam Skiset||Up to 45%|
|B||Skiset: Skiset Les Hauts Bois||Up to 45%|
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The star rating for the ski hire shops is an indication of the level of service; quality and variety of stock, and the space and decor of the shop. It is also a reflection on the price. A five star rated shop will offer great service and equipment but also will charge the highest price. Ski hire shops with a two star rating have less variety and older, poorer quality of stock but are cheapest.