Chalet La Chapelle   Alpe d'Huez , France 4 Stars

Our view: Next to main lifts for ultimate ski-in/out convenience! Hot tub and sauna help complete the picture.

This exclusive development of five chalets is located at the top of town and next to all the main lifts.

  • Sleeps 14
  • Indoor hot tub & sauna
  • Spacious chalet
  • Fully ensuite
  • Wifi
  • Package Summary
  • Catered chalet
  • 2 passengers
  • London Gatwick flight included.
  • Holiday Ref: 21797
Booking information: Prices are per person and based on maximum occupancy of the lowest-priced room. Room and flight supplements may apply. Special offers and ski deals are subject to availability and may sell out at any time. Terms & Conditions

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Flying from:Sun 22 AprSun 29 Apr

London Gatwick to Grenoble





Chalet La Chapelle


  • Sleeps 14
  • Terrace/Balcony
  • Parking
  • Catered chalet

Built around an atmospheric cobbled courtyard at a giddying altitude of 2000m, and surrounded on two sides by piste, the five chalets of Le Village characterize the ultimate in ski-in ski-out convenience. Light and airy rooms make the most of the picture windows and the views from the front to Les Bergers and the Altiport to the left.

You can enter the chalet at ski entrance level to find hot-tub, sauna, boot room and two en-suite twin rooms with access onto their own terrace space.

Winding your way up the staircase you are met by main entrance and a huge, impressive living space, with intimate dining area off the kitchen and huge living room with log fire and flat screen TV complete with surround sound. An en-suite twin bedroom completes this floor, before rising up to the second floor where two twin bedrooms and one double are housed, all fully en-suite.

Climbing to the top floor, a grand en-suite double bedroom enjoys incredible views from its large windows across the slopes to Les Bergers area in the distance.

Rooms can be sold separately by adults, children only allowed at peak dates


Room 1 - Twin with ensuite bath, handbasin and wc.
Room 2 - Twin with ensuite bath, handbasin and wc.
Room 3 - Twin with ensuite bath, handbasin and wc.
Room 4 - Twin with ensuite bath, handbasin and wc. Space for a cot.
Room 5 - Twin with ensuite bath, handbasin and wc. Space for a cot.
Room 6 - Double with ensuite shower, handbasin and wc. Space for a cot.
Room 7 - Double with ensuite shower, handbasin and wc. Space for a cot.


  • Ski in - ski out
  • Wet suite with hot tub & sauna
  • Open fire
  • Television with UK Freeview
  • BOSE Music system with iPod connectivity
  • WiFi
  • Blueray DVD with film/children's library
  • Playstation 3
  • Board games library
  • Ski room with boot warmers
  • Private underground parking


  • Welcome champagne & canapes
  • Wake up drinks
  • Daily cleaning (6 days)
  • Bathrobe and slippers
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Daily newspaper
  • Massage & beauty treatments (local charge)
  • Ski hosting
  • Alpe d'Huez Resort Info

    Alpe d'Huez skiing

    Alpe d’Huez is set on a high sunny plateau, at 1,860m in the Grande Rousses area of the Southern French Alpes. Surrounded by an amazing snow bowl, it has mile after mile of varied pisted and off piste opportunities. With over 250km of skiing to choose from, it provides endless choices for all levels of skiers and boarders. The resort boasts an excellent snow record due to its high altitude – high altitude goes hand in hand with breathtaking views and a wonderful starting point for the Sarenne descent, officially one of the longest black runs in Europe.

    Alpe d'Huez is known as Island of the Sun ('Lile au Soleil') and most of the main slopes face south benefiting from the claimed average of 300 sunshine days a year! The resort spreads down a gentle slope in a triangular shape from the main lift station at the top corner. Access roads enter the village at the lower two corners. The main Avenue des Jeux is used as a central focus and this is where you will find some of the shops, bars and restaurants along with the swimming pool and ice rink. Towards the bottom of the town is the older, original core of the resort which has a slightly more traditional feel to it.

    Alpe d'Huez has skiing suitable for everyone. The large network of lovely wide green runs immediately above the village is as good a beginner area as you will find anywhere. For intermediates there is a fine selection of blue and red runs, the variety being difficult to beat with trees, valleys and a range of terrain to explore. The slopes divide into four areas with good connections between them. Every section of the resort has some challenging red runs to test the adventurous as well as some serious off-piste routes for the experts to enjoy. Gondolas and fast chairs are the main access to the lifts, although there are a few older chairs and drag lifts scattered around.
    There are two terrain parks, one near the bottom of the slopes for novices with various jumps and rollers and another 1.5km advanced park close to the Lac Blanc drag which has a half-pipe, jumps, rails, big air and boardercross course. Above Vaujany there is another beginners park. Experienced boarders are well catered for with lots of good freeriding to be had, together with vast and varied off-piste to be tried with a guide. For cross country skiers there are 50km of snow sure trails with varying degrees of difficulty.

    The resort is linked to Vaujany where there is some great runs and some lovely little cafes - well worth making the effort to get there as only a short ski away from the main slopes of Alpe d'huez.

    More Alpe d'Huez resort information

    Alpe d'Huez Snow & Weather

    Snow Report - 20 Apr 2018
    Last snowed 10-Apr-2018
    Fresh snow10 cm
    Lower slopes190 cm
    Upper slopes380 cm
    Piste stateGood
    Runs to resortSlushy
    Off piste snowSpring snow
    CommentsSpring conditions across the resort
    Lifts open21
    Lifts total49

    Snow Overview - France  (snow news updated 04-Dec-2017)

    Lots of fresh snow was falling all around the French Alps on Thursday 27th April. With a lowering freezing level and heavy snow falls continuing, many French mountain villages are looking very Christmas like. On snow conditions are generally fresh, although the lower slopes are still very spring like. Up top powder conditions are abundant, however, poor visibility and limited lift access is keeping the options restricted. The current snowy and cloudy weather will break for the weekend, presenting an excellent chance to get in one last lift access powder day for the season. Many resorts will be closed next week, but there is still loads of fresh snow in the forecast. With a good knowledge of the avalanche problem, touring conditions will be exceptional well into next weekend.

    European Weather Outlook

    Across the central European Alps, snow and cold temperatures are forecast to stick around until Saturday. Accumulations of snow on the upper slopes could be huge for the time of year, with some Swiss resorts predicting around 80cm over the course of today and Friday. By the weekend the snow is predicted to subside in many regions and a mixture of sun and cloud is expected for much of Austria, France, Italy and Switzerland. In the Pyrenees, Saturday should be the pick of the day for any skiing in Andorra. Our featured resorts are now closed for the season, but for anyone strapping on their skins, you can expect a mixture of sun and cloud, with temperatures around +3C In Germany, 44cm of fresh snow is being forecast for Garmisch (0/380cm), who will be in disbelief at the moment for all the snow they have received of late. Further north you can expect temperatures of around -3C and snow showers in Norway, which are set to continue right through to Sunday for resorts such Trysil. Across the border in Sweden, the weather should be fairly similar, but any snow that does fall is likely to be light and bring only 1-2cm. Despite some recent biting temperatures and cold winds in the UK, any snow that does fall on the Scottish mountains is most likely to be on Thursday. Thereafter, rain could destroy any hopes of some late season turns.

    All snow report information supplied by Ski Club of Great Britain Ski Club of Great Britain