This chalet-hotel is perfect if you want to spend as much time skiing on your family ski holiday as you possibly can. You can ski in and out of with the ski lifts situated directly opposite the front doors.
Inside, you will find 44 comfortable bedrooms, a dining room with fantastic views of the surrounding scenery and a spacious bar and loungue area, which is spread out across two levels.
The chalet-hotel has plenty to keep younger guests occupied during their stay. Childcare facilities cater for those aged between four months and 12 years, with fully qualified nannies running the crèche. There is also an early high tea for children with adult guests dining later in the evening.
The snug hotel bar is great for a relaxing evening drink, if you prefer something livelier, Scotty’s Bar just below is great for some lively après.
The restaurant has incredible piste views. Enjoy a full English breakfast, afternoon tea and three-course dinner with complimentary wine. Throughout the day there is tea, coffee and hot chocolate available at any time. The fabulous sun terrace is the perfect place to enjoy your afternoon tea whilst keeping an eye on your children playing in the snow below. A children's high tea is available 7 days a week for children 12 years and under.
- "Booked this about 2 weeks before we went, didn't really know what to expect, so just went with the flow. Got there and the rooms were spacious, decent locker rooms downstairs, not a bad restaurant and a pretty good bar. Got to know a lot of people during the week here (as you do skiing) and the hotel was a perfect base. There is also a bar/nightclub underneath the place. We had a room overlooking it, and we were never woken up." - Trip Advisor
- "We have had 2 wonderful holidays at this hotel and would go again, its a great holiday venue, the children's club is very well organised with fun stuff for the kids to do and the staff are a delight, our 8 year old loved! it and made lots of friends. The rooms and decor are not modern and could do with an update but it is kept clean and the evening meal is first rate with as much very nice wine with your meal as you like." - Trip Advisor
- "Can't praise this hotel and the staff enough. The food was spectacular breakfast afternoon tea AND DINNER something we all got used to!! The staff were fantastic and so helpful with ski information and things and places to go rooms were spotless free wifi too!!! Some days I didn't go skiing but there is still lots to do near the hotel. I can't wait to book up for next year!!" - Trip Advisor
A hub of activity and the biggest by far of the La Plagne villages, Plagne Centre has everything you need for a great holiday. Packed full of amenities all accessible through indoor tunnels including grocery shops, bakery and delis, tabac, souvenir, clothing and equipment stores, ski hire, service and ski schools, internet café and more places to eat and drink than you can get through in a week, you would be forgiven for never venturing further than Plagne Centre, but if the urge takes you to get out and about to other villages it couldn’t be easier.
For food and drink your choices are endless, traditional, excellent Savoyarde menus at quaint La Metairie, modern La Refuge, elegant La Grolle or piste adjacent Le Chaudron. Quick and easy lunch stops for Crepes at Chez Marie, toasties and burgers at Le Croq-Neige or Scotty’s Bar for pizza, pasta, burgers and Panini’s. Grab late night munchies at Dominos (not that Dominos) pizzeria or the takeaway Panini bar located in the tunnels. Terraces and deck chairs abound all through the village centre and you cant go wrong for a beer or vin chaud at any of them, just pick a spot with a good view and relax for some piste watching.
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The Vanoise National park is on the doorstep and you can see Mont Blanc from the highest parts of resort on a clear day.
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Once your legs start burning take a break with one of Plagne Centres activities, head to the base of the Stade Olympique run to watch a professional mogul or slalom competition, catch the ESF instructors doing a torchlit descent or floodlit display ski, Hit the Colorado luge for a high speed sledge race with its own lift, no tiresome trudging back up hill for you! Check out Snow Panthers skidoos for a tour of the mountain like no other or head up the Grande Rochette lift after dark for dinner at their excellent restaurant and a moonlight ski back down with Oxygene ski school
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The nearest golf clubs to La Plagne are in neighbouring Les Arcs, Meribel, Courchevel or Tignes
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Plagne Centre hosts a convergence of runs and lifts rivaled only by Bellecote. The new and improved Becoin lift is fast opening up the Mont Albert side of the resort and has at its peak the Cretes drag which affords access to some epic black runs and one of La Plagne’s best powder bowls. The Grande Rochete pedestrian friendly bubble offers amazing views, reds, blacks and easy blue access to the south side of the mountain.
Also see: Ski Areas in La Plagne, France
As the day progresses head to Scotty’s Bar for the best après atmosphere in town with live music and livelier clientele, icy Igloo Igloo for the chance to feel like a penguin, La Luna for cocktails and pool tables, Mouth bar for sticky floors, shots and hard partying and end up at Le Switch for home made rail jams and late night DJ action.
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Location: La Plagne Centre
Star Rating: 3 Star
Property Style: Hotel
Run By: Agent/Operator
Vibe / Atmosphere: Family-friendly | Traditional
Sleeps: Sleeps 20+
Catering: Half-board | Afternoon tea
Access: Family rooms | Ski to door
Families & Kids: Baby Cots | Childcare
Entertainment: Restaurant | Drinks bar | WiFi / Internet
Open Seasons: Spring | Winter
Address: La Plagne Centre | 73210