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Very comfortable 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom self catering apartment for 6 on its own floor in the building therefore is very quiet. The view from the self catering apartment balcony is outstanding.
This 88 m² duplex self catering apartment in La Daille comprises:
Open plan kitchen/dining area/sitting room. 37” television, stereo + iPod dock, Freesat, Wifi, telephone, large 3 seater sofa & 2 armchairs, wine fridge, fridge/freezer, induction hob, full size oven, microwave, dishwasher. Extremely well equipped kitchen. Dining table seats 8 & 4 bar stools in the kitchen.
Included in the price: 7 nights self-catered board, bed linen (2 pillows, 1 bath sheet, 1 hand towel, 1 bath robe per person), 1 bath mat per bathroom, 3 x tea towels, oven gloves, apron, departure clean, mid-week clean, beds made for your arrival, starter toilet rolls (2 per WC), bin bags (7), dishwasher tablets (7), washing powder, washing up liquid & sponges, coffee, tea, flour, rice, sugar, salt & pepper, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, red & white wine vinegar, large selection of dried herbs.
Main bedroom: 1 double bedroom (king-size bed), en-suite bathroom with bath (180 x 80) with overhead shower and hand shower, WC, hair dryer, 26” television.
Upstairs: 1 double bedroom, shower room with WC & hair dryer, double room which can either be 2 single beds or a king-size bed.
Each bedroom has a radio/iPod dock.
Separate downstairs WC.
Laundry room with ski boot drier, laundry sink, washing machine, tumble drier.
Ski locker and garage space.
Complimentary L'Occitane products in each bathroom: shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, shower gel & soap.
2 balconies: South and North facing.
Skis and boots can be pre-ordered with a minimum of 20% discount from Intersport website, La Daille shop. They will be ready for collection on your arrival. The shop is a few minutes’ walk from the apartment.
Ski passes can be pre-booked on-line.
If you would like an off-piste guide or ski instructor for your stay, please ask for details and we will endeavour to organise someone. Please give us as much notice as possible as they get very booked up.
There are regular buses from Geneva airport which take around 4 hours. Please look on-line for the timetable. NB: Be careful to see when the buses leave, as the timetable varies according to the day of the week. There is a small line at the top of the timetable with the days of the week that buses are operational – not very obvious! Alternatively taxis are around €350 (prices vary according to the number of passengers) and take about 3 hours to reach Val d’Isere.
Flights are also to Lyon, Grenoble and Chambery.
Activities in the resort include husky sledding, ice driving, ice skating, paragliding (paragliding) snow-mobiling, snowshoe walking (Raquette a neige) with 24 km of marked paths for winter walking trails.
The leisure centre has a swimming pool (250 m²), leisure pool (430 m²), climbing area, multi-activity sports hall, fitness suite, gym, 2 squash courts and a wellness zone (sauna, spa, cold baths, hydro-massage, etc). You gain 1 free pool entry with a 2-15 day lift pass.
Perhaps you would prefer to try pilates or yoga or maybe a game of chess or bridge, or simply go to the cinema showing different films every night and also on very bad weather days.
One evening why not try dinner in an igloo at the top of the mountain. Ascent is by helicopter or skidoo, dinner in the igloo, followed by a torchlight descent. Alternatively on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 5.30pm discover the recreational fun zone at the foot of the slopes and have an introduction to Snake Gliss and Airboard. Also there is floodlit giant slalom and cross country ski racing by night.
Mondays are market day: local Savoie food produce, clothes, sweets and gifts.
On Thursday nights the main high street of Val d’Isere is closed to become a pedestrian zone where you will find live music, ice and snow sculpting and parades.
There are an abundance of bars, restaurants and nightclubs to sample with a huge variety of cuisine, and of course many shops to tempt you with either clothes, interiors for the home or delicious food.
If you have never been to Val d’Isere it is definitely a place you should visit.