Excellent central apartments offering good value
- Self Catering
- 1 minutes' walk to the resort centre and the ski bus is just outside
- Modern & spacious apartments
- Great value accommodation
- Wi-fi Available
Previously a hotel, the Tabor is now a complex of 20 stylish apartments. Each apartment is spacious and bright, with laminate flooring, contemporary furnishings and a sleek kitchenette, complete with oven. There’s free WiFi throughout, and a ski room for storing your gear. The location is perfect, right next to the resort centre and a short walk to the lifts, with a bus stop right outside.
- 1 minute's walk to the resort centre
- 8 minutes' walk to the Campo Smith lift
- 8 minutes' walk to the ski school
- ski bus stop outside
- less than a minute's walk to the nearest supermarket (20 metres away)
All apartments have a kitchenette with oven, four hobs, fridge and tea and coffee making facilities; bathroom; flatscreen TV and free WiFi. Towels, linen and end-of-stay cleaning (except kitchen) are included.
Type B studio - sleeps 1-3 (max 2 adults and up to 1 child aged 11 years and under): double roll out bed and single roll out bed.
Type C apartment - sleeps 1-4: twin bedroom and living room with double roll out bed.
Type D apartment - sleeps 1-5: bedroom with twin beds and single bed, and living room with double roll-out bed.
Cots, high chairs and changing tables are available free of charge. Please request at time of booking.
- ski room
- free WiFi
- lift to the second floor
- outdoor parking
- 20 apartments
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
Bardonecchia is found on the Italian side of the Fréjus tunnel, which links Italy and France. It makes an excellent base for travel, as you can drive to both the Trois Vallées and the Milky Way area, providing massive skiing potential. Bardonecchia is a large town, based around the station. It offers good value eateries and accommodation, lovely scenery and friendly locals. It's a short transfer from Turin (90 minutes) but that can mean considerable weekend crowds. The resort takes on two personalities - deserted in the week, overrun at the weekend. This is particularly true of the après-ski/nightlife.
The skiing itself is quite substantial, with 140km of pistes. These are shared between three areas, two of which are lift-linked. You'll need a bus to get to all of the lifts. Most of the slopes are geared towards intermediates. Beginners' pistes are quite tough and families with little kids might not find it the most suitable base. The snow can be rather unreliable, as can the lifts, which are quite antiquated. If you are in Bardonecchia during the week, you should find it a very accessible intermediate ski experience.