One of the pivotal features of this stunning hotel is the panoramic unobstructed views across the resort and towards snowy peaks, including from the restaurant. It really makes for a spectacular meal, whether it be breakfast or dinner.
Facilities at Le Pic Blanc also include:
All bedrooms are decorated with wood omnipresent and include an ensuite bathroom with bath or shower and WC (separate in most rooms), safe, telephone, hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities, free WiFi, TV.
Superior room sleeps 2 (21m2): double or twin bed (possibility of adding a cot baby on demand), exposed to the North and have a beautiful view on the ski slopes from a balcony (upon availability)
Privilege room sleeps 2 (27m2): double or twin bed (possibility of adding a cot baby on demand), exposed on the North or West side with a view of the valley and the ski slopes, balcony
Privilege room with mountain view sleeps 2 (27m2): double or twin bed (possibility of adding a cot baby on demand), exposed on the South side with a view of the Sarenne valley and the ski slopes from their balcony
Family superior room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children (27m2): these rooms are equipped for 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 or 2 children under 12 with a sofa bed and double bed or twin beds, exposed to the West side with a balcony.
Family superior room with mountain view sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children (27m2): sofa bed and double or twin bed, exposed to the South side with a view on the mountain and Sarenne Valley from their balcony
Junior suite sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children (33-48m2): 48m2 with double bed and sofa bed or 33m2 with double bed and bunk beds, these rooms are equipped for 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 or 2 children under 12, view of the ski resort
Guide prices per person including a FlexiPlus Eurotunnel crossing for a standard car on a half board basis, in £'s
Local tourist tax, access to spa €12/entry/over 16yrs.
Price is unless specified, per person, per week, in £s Sterling, including a Standard Eurotunnel crossing from Folkestone to Calais with a car with free FlexiPlus upgrade on selected dates on a self-catering basis. A supplement will apply for travel on certain peak dates. Other routes and operators available (including P&O routes from Hull to Rotterdam plus Brittany Ferries route from Portsmouth to Caen).
*returns on 2-3, 6-7 Jan 24
** outbound on 9-10-11 Feb 24 and returns on 16-17-18 Feb 24
*** outbound on 28-29-30 Mar 24 and returns on 5-6-7 Apr 24
**** outbound on 5-6 Apr 24 and returns on 12-13-14 Apr 24
***** returns on 1 Apr 24 will incur a supplement for FlexiPlus
Le Cristal de l'Alpe in Alpe d’Huez is ideally located in the heart of the resort, 200m from the ski slopes and just 50m from the nearest ski lifts and shops. There is a free shuttle bus which takes you to the ski slopes if you so wish.
The Residence Daria-I Nor, is the sister residence of the prestigious Residences Koh-I Nor in Val Thorens and Taj-I Mah in Arc 2000; all three properties share the owners’ vision of discreet luxury and the ultimate in Alpine comfort, the architect making extensive use of traditional materials such as stone and wood and ensuring maximum use of natural light throughout.
New for the 2022/23 season, right next to the first chairlifts at the foot of the slopes in the Eclose area of Alpe d'Huez. It is also opposite the Palais des Sports.
Located in the heart of the resort in front of the Bergers shopping centre and on the Eclose slope, it is right by the Alpe Express gondola that takes you directly to Les Bergers.
The 5* Chamois d’Or chalet-hotel is located just a snowball’s throw from the slopes, allowing you to glide effortlessly to the nearest ski lifts on the upper part of the resort in Quarter Cognet. The main town centre is less than a 10-minute walk.
The 5* Hotel Daria-I Nor is the sister hotel of the award-winning Hotel Koh-I Nor in Val Thorens and the Hotel Taj-I Mah in Arc 2000; all three properties share the owners’ vision of discreet luxury and the ultimate in Alpine comfort the architect making extensive use of traditional materials such as stone and wood and ensuring maximum use of natural light throughout.