The "Petit Bonhomme de neige" nursery caters for younger children and offers childcare to ages 6 to 23 months. For slightly older children, the "Le Bonhomme de Neige" nursery offers childcare for ages 2 to 6 years and the ESF French Ski School offers an introduction to skiing to children aged between 3 and 6 years. Les Duex Alpes also offers a "Kid's Park" for 6 to 10 year olds and an "Espace Quads" for children aged 4 years and over (payable access).
The HOTEL CLUB LE PANORAMA ski hotel in Les Duex Alpes is located at the entrance to the resort, facing the slopes and 100m from the ski lifts, with ski out access at 50m (depending on snow conditions). This 5-storey hotel has 93 rooms (with lift, not on 5th floor). For short breaks, [...]Discover
The LES 2 ALPES 1800 self-catering ski apartments in Les 2 Alpes are located at the entrance of the resort, 100m from the ski lifts, offering ski-in/ski-out access, and are 50m from the ESF ski school and 1.5km from the snow kindergarten. A free shuttle bus service operate throughout [...]Discover
The L'ADRET hotel in Les Deux Alpes is located 50m from the shops and ski lifts, offering ski back to door access depending on snow conditions, and is 150m from the ESF meeting point (free shuttle buses in the morning). This 6-storey hotel with 26 rooms (with lift) also has a communal [...]Discover
The HOTEL CLUB LE PANORAMA ski hotel in Les Deux Alpes is located at the entrance to the resort, facing the slopes and 100m from the ski lifts. The hotel offers ski out access at 50m (depending on snow conditions). This 5-storey hotel has 93 rooms (with lift, not on 5th floor). For [...]Discover
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Les Deux Alpes is a lively, modern resort offering an excellent choice of nightlife as well as high snow-sure skiing. Les Deux Alpes also boasts the largest skiable glacier area in Europe, making it an attractive resort for beginners and intermediates alike. Expert skiers and boarders who may feel more adventurous should head to La Grave for a thrilling, off-piste experience.