Chalet Philippe occupies the ground and first floor of this building. The location is perfect with close proximity to the slopes and to the ice rink and indoor swimming pools (included with the lift pass) as well as local shops and bars.
At a glance
- Traditional updated chalet
- Ski to 150m from the chalet
- Approx. 2 minutes' walk (200m) to the nearest ski lift
- 5 minutes' walk to the 'Palais du Sport'
- Substantial breakfast - continental breakfast on 7 mornings with hot option provided on 5 days
- Afternoon tea/coffee with cake on 5 days
- 3-course dinners on 5 evenings including a prosecco apéritif, choice of complimentary quality wines and tea or coffee
The interior style of the Philippe is classically Alpine featuring warm wood panelling but with modern features throughout, and good quality en suite shower rooms. There is a welcoming fireplace in the lounge and a bright and spacious dining room.
Three of the twin bedrooms have bunk beds which are recommended for children under 12 only, so it’s a great choice chalet for several families to enjoy a ski week together.
The entrance to the chalet is on the ground floor where the ski room with heated boot warmers can be found, as well as the wellness centre with sauna and hot tub for the exclusive use of guests. An internal staircase (which is normally locked) connects the Philippe with the Christian chalet on the second floor.This can be opened up for groups of 22-32 booking both these chalets and arrangements can be made to eat dinner together in the Philippe’s spacious dining room on the ground floor.
Ski range from 1,480m - 3,300m
Renowned for its sunshine as much as for its excellent snow record, Alpe d'Huez is at the same height as Val d'Isère, and the ski area soars to virtually a whole vertical mile above, at the Pic Blanc summit and the guaranteed snow of the Sarenne Glacier.
From here you can see one-fifth of France before you take on the challenge of the Sarenne descent - the longest black run in the world - fully 16kms from top to bottom!
For less challenging descents, the cruisy open slope above the village offer ample opportunity to perfect your carving technique, whilst beginners will be spoilt by the number of blue and green runs they can tackle.