Renovated chalet (2016) with free, unlimited Wi-Fi, located near the slopes with ski lift giving access to the entire ski resort of Alpe d'Huez 'Les Grandes Rousses'
The chalet, with its spacious balconies (XL) on the south and west lies ideal for the sun until late in the day and has a magnificent view of the Massif de Belledonne and the Eau d'Olle valley.
At night the house is wonderfully quiet and although a few steps away from the slopes just outside the noise of the piste bullys, preparing the slopes in the early morning.
The chalet has an area of 150m2 and can accommodate 12 people. There are three bathrooms (two on floor -1 with bathtub and on shower floor +1) with double sinks and three separate toilets. The spacious kitchen is equipped with all modern conveniences (hood, dishwasher, 2 large refrigerators, microwave, oven and four ring halogen hob) and large inventory. There is a spacious, cozy living room with fireplace, satellite-T. V. (Including international channels), Blu-ray DVD with USB connection and stereo with iPod connector.
Heated entrance with closet for skis and boots can be found in the entrance.
The chalet has 6 bedrooms (three on floor -1 and three on floor +1, one with balcony), all with two single beds (80 x 200); five bedrooms with views over the valley and a bedroom with a few towards the slopes. Synthetic duvets and pillows are provided.
Tile floors and underfloor heating to -1 and living area, laminate +1.
Everything is perfectly insulated and the three boilers guaranteed a warm bath or shower; Also for the 12th person!
The chalet is only about 20 meters (flat path!) from the staircase that connects directly to the ski lift. Via another footpath it is also easily possible to walk to the ski lift without using the stairs (appr. 75 m).
The ski lift to the chalet (at 1350m altitude) is situated in the ski resort located between 1150m and 3330m altitude ranging from Vaujany, Oz en Oisans and Alpe d'Huez to Villard Reculas and Auris en Oisans. The area boasts more than 250 km slopes, is one of the largest in Europe and has both the longest downhill (16km; The Sarenne) as the greatest height in Europe. For beginners and less experienced skiers, the area is ideal. Due to the high altitude and the large number of snow guns, the area is very snow-sure, despite the high number of sun hours. Alpe d'Huez is also known as "Iles du Soleil." There is almost always from early December until late in the season (late April) are almost skied to the door.
Also, the area is suitable for all levels. Both beginners and experts can enjoy themselves here. For beginners, there are large "green spaces" and for experienced skiers can be skied throughout the region through blue, red or black runs. The Sarenne is a beautiful black descent from the Pic Blancs 3330 meters to 1250 meters Auris. This run is known as the longest black run in the Alps.
Non skiers can also reach a very large area with the gondola lifts.
Ideal for example, not on skis parents or other family members who still want to experience the ultimate atmosphere of the resort.
See also www. piste chalet. com (Chalet Bellevenoz).