Reberty resort guide - a general overview
Reberty and adjacent but lower lying Bruyeres are relatively new resort developments situated at 1,950 metres (Reberty) and 1,750 metres (Bruyeres), approximately 1 kilometre up the valley from Les Menuires and just below Val Thorens in the Trois Vallees. They are small developments but growing every year. They have the advantage of doorstep skiing (especially in Reberty), at a high altitude good for early and late season holidays and with very reasonable prices. The villages consist mainly of sympathetically styled chalets in Reberty - a lot more charming than their neighbours, Les Menuires and Val Thorens.
There isn't much in Reberty or Bruyeres in terms of nightlife, shops etc but they are great spots for families or groups looking for easy access to the great skiing the Trois Vallees without paying the premium for a buzzing town atmosphere you find in Courchevel and Meribel.
Chalets in Reberty offer ski convenience as well as comfort at prices that won't break the bank and offer skiing in the Three Valleys at prices much less than other resorts in the area.
1,900m - 3,195m
- (2 hours)
- (2hr 45mins)
- (2hr 45mins)
Ski chalets in Reberty (16)
- Sleeps: 15
- Sleeps: 14
- Sleeps: 12
- Sleeps: 12 - 16
Level of skiing
- Snow sure
- Ski area
- Charm factor
- Resort layout
- Fine dinning
- Short transfer
- Resort value
- Ski in / ski out hotels and chalets in Reberty
- Small, charming purpose built village amoungst the big monolithic resorts that are nearby
- Excellent links for the whole of the Trois Vallees ski domain
- Very reasonable prices for the Trois Vallees
- Crowded lower slopes
- Les Menuires close by is a bit of an eyesore
- Lack of tree-lined slopes
- Limited nightlife or apres ski
Reberty Resort Restaurants
Should you wish to spend an evening away from your ski chalet, Reberty has a number of decent restaurants including La Ferme which is renowned for its warm ambiance and good value food. This restaurant also has a huge sun deck which is the perfect late season venue for some al-fresco lunchtime gastronomy. The Trattoria, Pedrix Blanche and Chouette also come highly recommended.
Reberty Mountain Restaurants
Good cuisine is not just limited to hotels and ski chalets. Reberty and the surrounding area have some great mountain restaurants. Le Grand Lac is a large chalet in a great spot half-way to St-Martin de Belleville. The Alpage and Sonnailles are also amongst guests' favourites.
Reberty Apres Ski
The Chouette in les Bruyeres is a good place to go for an apres-ski beer and sometimes has live music playing. However most guests people choose to head back for drinks at their ski chalet. Reberty and Les Bruyeres are fairly quiet in terms of apres-ski so you might want to try La Folie Douce in Val Thorens instead.
Nightlife is a bit limited. There are discos in both La Croisette and Les Bruyeres if you want to head out after dinner in your ski chalet. Reberty is a little tame when it comes to partying which is why the resort is geared more towards families and groups that are happiest making fun in their own chalet.
Reberty Resort Map
Reberty Ski Hire Shops
|A||Skiset Bruyeres||Up to 45%|
|B||Skiset Bruyeres Les Carlines||Up to 45%|
|C||Skiset Reberty||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.