Hotel Le Flaine
· located right in the heart of Flaine · just 200m to the piste and ski school meeting point
All rooms have flatscreen TVs and access to WiFi.
Twin room - sleep 2: Double or twin beds, private bath (with shower attachment) and WC.
Triple room - sleep 3: Double bed, single bed, private bath (with shower attachment) and WC.
Quad room - sleep 4: Double bed, 2 single beds, private bath (with shower attachment) and WC. These rooms sleep a maximum of 2 adults and 2 children aged 12 years or
under. Top bunk is only suitable for children aged 6 years and over.
Single occupancy rooms available on request.
· bar · large terrace · traditional restaurant
with panoramic views · on site shops and restaurant · lift · spa area
with steam room, 2 whirlpools and sauna (access must be booked in
advance and is limited to three entries per week - twice before 4pm and
once after 4pm - please ask for further details on arrival in resort) · 72 bedrooms
· buffet breakfast · full board option available · buffet
lunch with hot dishes or packed lunch · buffet evening meals with free
wine and fruit juice · weekly dessert buffet · weekly Savoyard dinner
with fondue or raclette · Christmas and New Year gala dinners included ·
€50 Hotel Credit can be redeemed at hotel against full board upgrade
Flaine Resort Info
Nestled at the heart of the Grand Massif ski area, Flaine is lift-linked to Samoens, Morillon and Les Carroz, with 265km of piste in total.
The skiing is extensive and varied, leading Flaine to acquire the nickname "the white desert" for its excellent snow. With trees, moguls, motorways, and great off-piste, all levels of skier will find something to suit. Boarders and freestyle skiers also have a park, and a boardercross course.
Flaine ski resort
Visitors undoubtedly come to Flaine for its skiing rather than its Alpine charm, with the town itself being constructed in the 1960s style. Most ski holiday accommodation in Flaine is of a good standard and is more often than not "ski-in-ski-out".
The resort is modern, practical and convenient, with diverse accommodation and ski areas that are easy to get around and well signposted. Some visitors may criticize its heavily-concrete development, but the resort has historically embraced it and has even won architectural awards!
The 1600-2500m altitude slopes see huge popularity during the ski season, which runs from December through to April. Many families return year after year, a testament to Flaine's accessible and sociable image.
Flaine has a short transfer from Geneva (90 mins) and a car free environment make Flaine a great destination for family ski holidays and short breaks.
Lots of non ski activities including Spa with different treatments on offer.
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