Les Arcs Ski Chalets
Our Les Arcs Chalets are all practically ski to door with sauna, hot tub and steam room (shared). Beginner lessons take place from the ski area directly adjacent to the chalets. Shops, bars are on the doorstep and Arcs 1950, the mock Canadian ski village is situated a very short walk away.
Les Arcs chalets benefit from access to some of the best skiing in Europe and France's 4th largest ski area with very diverse skiing for all abilities. The resort is great for a family ski holidays and also for group ski holidays with friends.
Our Les Arcs Chalets are perfectly located and set up for the ultimate in convenience skiing. Each chalet has a ski-to-door or almost ski-to-door situation with the added benefit of access to a shared pool, sauna and steam room. Ski in style this winter and don't pay over the odds! We challenge you to find these same chalets elsewhere for cheaper!
Les Arcs - Resort
Alpine Elements' chalets in Les Arcs are set in the village of Arc 2000. With its high altitude, good quality snow is almost guaranteed from early December until late April. Our chalets are very conveniently located only 100m from the piste: in good conditions you can almost ski to the door of your accommodation, although you might have to walk a few metres!
Linked with neighbouring super-resort La Plagne, Les Arcs is a high snow sure resort at 2000 metres with skiing for all abilities. A real 'all rounders' resort, and part of the huge Paradiski - Les Arcs is really a something-for-everyone kind of a place.
Arc 2000 is a purpose built resort, one of the 4 villages of Les Arcs. The skiing is of a very high quality, with lots of red and blue runs, making this an especially good area for intermediates. Heading down towards Arc 1800, there are lots of tree-lined runs making for picturesque surroundings. You can even ski over into La Plagne, giving a total of an incredible 425km of piste: more than enough for a week’s entertainment!
In our fully-catered chalet-apartments, which offer a good standard of accommodation, you won’t need to worry about what to have for dinner, or suffer the expensive prices in resort. However, treating yourself at least once is essential on holiday, and on your host’s night off try Red Rock Café for a tasty burger, or take the gondola lift down to Arc 1950 to ‘Eat’, a quality Indian restaurant. For something more traditional, fondue and raclette restaurants abound.