Luxury ski chalets to rent in Val d’Isère
Val d’Isère is one of the world’s most famous ski resorts situated in the Tarentaise Region. Val d’Isère is a resort for all with over 300 km ski lifts and a vertical area of 1900 m, in the Espace Killy ski resort. Young people, over fifties, royals and skiers come down to this resort to enjoy the fantastic skiing. Nevertheless, while Val d’Isère is the main tourist attraction, it is largely a quaint village that still maintains its identity despite gradually evolving over the years.
The center of Val d’Isère is set to become a beautifully styled resort by a EUR 200 million development between now and 2022. The elevated rotating footbridge would make it easier for skiers to access the pistes, add a new shopping street and a protected footbridge and provide plenty of additional lodging. Today, the resort has some of the finest luxury alpine ski chalets, many of which are for rent.
Val d’Isère is famous for its vibrant after-ski life starting from the infamous Folie Douce. Evening entertainment ranges from simple to sophisticated, rubbing halls of live music with piano bars and chic cocktails. Shoppers appreciate the wide range of shops that sell everything from local cheese and vintage wines to fine art. There are plenty of restaurants that serve delicious Savoyard cuisine when hunger comes in. The Val d’Isère slopes are vast and varied, dividing into three key areas. Famous for its reliable snow cover, the resort hosted several major sports events, including the Olympic Winter Olympics and World Ski Championships. The resort is suitable for skiers of every skill, with beautiful pistes, recently upgraded nursery slopes, miles of pistes for skiing and a great park for terrain.
There are several luxurious spas in the resort and an impressive sports center to keep you occupied. Other events at this resort involve ice walking, ice skate hockey and paragliding.
Ski area: Espace Killy
Resort altitude: 1850 m
Top altitude: 3456 m
Pistes: 300 km
Nearest airport: Chambéry – 2h by car / 140 km