Chalet Renard is stunning. Ski in, ski out and very spacious, this 'chocolate box' ski chalet, finished in true alpine style helps create an "old world' feel, with a generous use of exposed beams and traditional wood and stone. It comes with a generous lounge/dining room with a charming, traditional open log fire place and very comfortable sofa seating. From the lounge there are sliding doors onto large, south facing sun terraces where you can take in the stunning valley views, which stretch to Mont Blanc. Bedrooms are all en-suite and many of them have balconies with equally impressive views.
Facilities in all of our La Plagne accommodation are modern and ample: sauna & Jacuzzi, plasma widescreen satellite TVs, Wi-Fi, Xbox 360, DVD, underfloor heating and heated boot racks to keep you warm and cosy.
Just a short stroll from the centre of the attractive village of Les Coches, approximately five minutes, and situated on the side of a piste, so you can ski/board to and from the door, with views to die for, we think it is the ideal setting for the perfect ski holiday and that Chalet Renard has everything you could wish for from a home away from home.
World's largest 'linked' ski area
Paradiski is the largest 'linked' ski area in the world, comprising 144 lifts and 420km of pistes across one lift pass and two of the world's leading ski resorts; Les Arcs and La Plagne. Situated in Haute Savoie in the French Alps, the resorts were linked in time for the 2003/2004 season, allowing plenty of variety on your skiing holiday. The pistes range in altitude from 1,350m to 3,226m providing skiers and snowboarders of all aptitudes with guaranteed snow, no matter what stage of the season.
The huge ski area in Les Arcs and La Plagne offers something for everyone; forest runs, steeps, Europe's longest descent, huge off piste areas, the world speed descent piste, snow parks and hundreds of wide open blue, green and nursery slopes. The sheer size of Paradiski will mean you are never far from a new favourite run, a new challenge or a new bar! What better way to ski the French Alps? The views are incredible.