Central location in Les Carroz
- Self Catering
- 4 minutes walk to the ski lifts
- Shops, bars and restaurants are all within 6 minutes walk.
- Grand Massif ski area - offering fast access to 265km
• 4 minutes walk to the ski lifts and ski school meeting place • central location in Les Carroz • shops bars and restaurants all within 6 minutes walk • 6 miles by road to Flaine
have a kitchenette with hot plates, fridge and oven or microwave, bath
or shower room with WC and some with balcony. Bed linen and local taxes
included. Towels not included.
Type C Studios - sleep 2- 4: living area with double sofa bed. Bunk beds in the entrance hallway.
Extra charge for Weekly beds/cleaning upgrade includes beds made up on arrival, midweek cleaning service (except kitchen area) towel change every 2 days and end of stay clean (except kitchen area)
• excellent value for money
About Les Carroz
Due to increased investment, the once traditional hamlet of Les Carroz is rapidly growing. Usually in the shadow of its big brother, Flaine, Les Carroz has expanded to cover a large area on the road up to Flaine. This means that it benefits from shorter transfer times from Geneva but, due to its lower altitude (1140m), offers less reliable snow. However, it is linked to the Grand Massif domain, where the skiing is extensive and all abilities can flourish. When snow is good, Les Carroz is excellent for beginners, with gentle nursery slopes down into the town. Boarders can access the park in Flaine and enjoy fantastic off-piste that constantly delights, with Flaine's altitude a guarantee for good all-season snow.
Perhaps the worst (or best, depending on your perspective) feature of Les Carroz is the lack of any really good nightlife or non-skiing activities. Generally, it's a good venue for families, as well as being popular with any Genevois zipping off for a weekend ski. Remember that it's low altitude, so if you want to ski to your door, Flaine may be the better option.