6 to 8 guest Apartment, renovated in December 2020.
This duplex apartment of 72sqm is located on the 6th and 7th floor in the residence Alpages 1 offers all-around comfort.
The entrance, located on the 7th floor, gives you access to a cloakroom, a laundry room and a restroom.
On your right, you will find the children’s room with a bunk bed 80x200cm and a smart 24'' HDTV.
The living room is set with an open fully equipped kitchen: large granite worktops, fridge, dishwasher, extractor hood, an induction stove and oven.
The dining room opens up on a large balcony, and continue into the vast living room with a flat-screen smart 32” HDTV.
On the lower floor, a spacious and bright en-suite double bedroom 160x200cm is waiting for you. It has its own private balcony, bathroom and toilet, large dressing room and flat-screen smart HDTV.
A second bedroom with a double bed 160x200cm is on your right, also equipped with a flat-screen 32” smart HDTV. A modern shower room and a separate toilet are also found on this floor.
The apartment has been renovated in its entirety with high-quality materials, underfloor heating, carpeting with underlay, new carpentry.
The beds are made prior to your arrival. You have access to the WiFi.
Fits between 1 & 8 guests
Avoriaz is part of one of Europe's largest ski areas, the Portes du Soleil, with 650 kilometres of pistes challenging skiers of all levels. The ski area goes over the border to Switzerland, so it is possible to easily ski in two countries in one day. Avoriaz town is a beautiful place to stay where the houses are clad in wood and cars are not allowed in the streets. If you are looking for a large ski area, with ski-in / ski-out from your accommodation, and child-friendly slopes in the centre of town then Avoriaz is definitely an option for you. In the middle of Avoriaz, there is a children's area for those new to skiing. Here is also the children's ski school, which makes it easy to drop off and pick up children for their lessons. Avoriaz is also the host of the steepest piste in the Alps, Le Mur de Chavanette, also called "The Wall". Le Mur falls under the category of "orange" piste, going beyond the traditional scale from green to black. That piste leads to Switzerland, but thankfully there are alternative routes around Le Mur. In Avoriaz, you'll also find 40 km of cross-country ski runs and throughout Les Portes du Soleil there are a total of 200 km of cross-country ski runs.
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