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Chalet Annapurna I
- Sleeps 10
- Catered chalet
This sought-after ski-in chalet is housed in
the same building as Annapurna II and is next to Chalet Hotel Aigle.
It’s in a fantastic location for both ski convenience and access to the
centre of Tignes Le Lac. The chalet is 400 metres (approx.) from the
Chaudanne and Paquis Lifts and just a 5 minute walk (approx.) to the
lively bars and restaurants of Tignes Le Lac. Annapurna I is a very
popular choice and early booking is essential.
• hot tub
• separate WC
Rooms 1 – 4 = 4 twins with bath, WC and balcony
Room 5 = twin with bath, WC and balcony
• open plan living/dining room with wood burning stove and large balcony
Warming vin chaud upon arrival
A cooked breakfast with eggs and a variety of three hot options such
as; bacon, sausages, tomatoes, mushrooms, baked beans and hash browns
with croissants and pain au chocolat (or local breads, ham and cheese in
Austria and Switzerland)
A fresh fruit bowl throughout your stay
Aperitifs and canapes on 5 nights
A freshly cooked 4 course, locally inspired, menu including a
Accompanied by a selection of Silver grade wines with freshly made
coffee and after-dinner chocolates to finish.
Breakfast and dinner will be served on 5 out of 7 days (6 out of 7
days on departure date February 16th 2019) and a continental breakfast
will be left out on 2 mornings.
Chalet staff live out.
Tignes Resort Info
Lift linked to Illustrious neighbour Val d'Isère to make up the Espace Killy, the Tignes ski area is, needless to say, vast and varied. The 300km of marked pistes cater for all levels and tastes with great off-piste, long wide blues and two snowparks (with another, even better one, over in Val d'Isère). Tignes also has the Grande Motte glacier providing year-round skiing. The glacier and Tignes' high altitude, make this resort for a great early or late season ski holiday destination. The whole area is serviced very well by an efficient lift system and the five 'satellites' that make up the resort are all linked by free bus.
Tignes ski resort
Due to its 1960s heritage, Tignes is not exactly famous for its Alpine charm. However, off-snow activities have improved somewhat over the last few years. There are a nice range of decent restaurants and bars whilst there are supermarkets for the largely self-catering crowd. Nightlife and après ski is pretty healthy and families are greatly welcomed with good childcare run by the ski schools. Overall, Tignes is not a place that relies upon Alpine ambience. But hey, who cares when the days are filled with such great skiing.
Number of ski lifts: 79 ; 2 funiculars, 4 cable cars ; 5 gondola lifts, 18 chairlifts, 25 detachable chairlifts
Number of runs: 155 with 26 black slopes (7 in Tignes), 39 red (19 in Tignes), 68 blue (36 (Tignes) and 22 green (7 in Tignes)
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