Great apartments providing comfortable accommodation - ideal for families or small groups of friends
- Self Catering
- 5 minutes' walk to ski school meeting point
- Less than 3 minutes' walk to shops and restaurants
- Wi-Fi Available
5 minutes' walk to ski school meeting point
ideal for families
less than 3 minutes' walk to shops and restaurants
distances to the resort centre may vary depending on which apartment block you stay in
RoomsAll apartments have a kitchenette with hotplates, microwave oven-grill, fridge, dishwasher, TV with English channels, WiFi (extra charge), bathroom with WC and balcony. Bed linen, towels, cleaning kit, end of stay clean (excluding kitchen) and local taxes included.
Type C Studio (20-24m²) - sleeps 2-4: Living area with 2 single sofa beds, and cabin bunk beds room in hall way.
Type C1 Apartment (19-25m²) - sleeps 2-5: Living area with 2 single sofa beds and a double bedroom.
Type C2 Apartment (22-27m²) - sleeps 2-4: Superior apartment. Living room with 2 sofa beds and a double bedroom.
Type F Apartment (25-40m²) - sleeps 1-7: Standard apartment with one double bedroom, living area with two sofa beds and one pull-out bed, and a sleeping alcove with bunk beds.
Type F1 Apartment (30-43m²) - sleeps 1-7: Superior apartment with one double bedroom, living area with two sofa beds and one pull-out bed, and a sleeping alcove with bunk beds.
great value apartments
extra charge for bread and pastry deliveries
Offered on a self catered basis, guests will be able to collect provisions from the nearby supermarkets or enjoy sampling the regional and internationally inspired cuisine in one of the many local restaurants.Optional upgrade to half board available which includes: · hot and cold buffet breakfast · 3-course evening meals from a specially designed set menu
About Avoriaz 1800
This also attracts better skiers, as do some great black pistes. The most notable of these is 'The Wall', which plunges you down into Switzerland and should only be tried by those with plenty of tough miles under their belts. But don't despair beginners and intermediates - there are countless motorway pistes across the whole network to get you sorted and smiling.
As a purpose-built resort, Avoriaz was one of the first to work out a largely sensible layout. There are no cars, making for a calm, safe atmosphere. Lifts are very close to the accommodation, which varies greatly depending on the age of the building. Horse-drawn sleighs are popular and very romantic in an evening after dinner. Because of its attractions, Avoriaz often gets crowded and can be expensive. There are about 25 restaurants (some good, but pricey) and reasonable nightlife. The ski school is excellent. Children are well catered for, including a very good kids' village and Geneva is only two hours away.
Overall, Avoriaz is blessed with a number of qualities to establish its excellent reputation in the region. It's good for its snow, its challenging skiing and the fact that you can always ski to your door.