Chalet Vega ski accommodation: La Plagne 1800, Paradiski area, self catered chalet, ski holidays, sauna, friends & family, France
Chalet Vega: Self Catered Ski accommodation in La Plagne, France.
Chalet Vega is one of our new chalets in La Plagne 1800. It is located in the perfect position in La Plagne 1800 only 50m away from the slopes and it is located close to bars and restaurants. Chalet Vega is a high quality chalet apartment set out over one floor and is on the first floor of our small private chalet which houses four of our chalets. It can sleep 12 people in 6 twin en-suite bedrooms. It has great views from the balcony and there is a private sauna in the chalet
What’s included in self-catered in France
The apartment for the duration of your holiday
A final clean (excludes kitchen and dishes)
All utilities e.g. electricity and water
Bed linen and towels
Beds made up for arrival (except sofa beds)
Cots and high chairs if ordered at booking
Dedicated and helpful service from all the Mountain Heaven team
Lift Pass Delivery Service (for ski passes pre ordered and paid through Mountain Heaven
Local Tourist tax – This will be charged at €2.65 per adult per day and added to your final invoice
Travel to and from resort
Additional optional pre-bookable extra services are available:
Massage with “Massage Me
Chalet Vega: Self Catered Ski accommodation in La Plagne. More information.
La Plagne 1800 is situated amongst the pine trees in its own self-contained village with a good selection of local restaurants, bars, equipment hire shop and a small supermarket. It has kept its classic charm and traditional wooden chalets to provide you with a relaxing skiing trip. It is perfect for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy the slopes alongside the resorts friendly and cosy atmosphere. With access to spectacular runs and good weather conditions, you also have access to the ski schools and amenities in La Plagne Centre which is easy to reach using the free shuttle buses.
Skiing in La Plagne
Paradiski is the combination of La Plagne and Les Arcs and is well known for its snow sure and extensive ski area. 425km of piste are on offer, linked by the impressive Vanoise Express cable car. It's a beginners and intermediate skiers heaven with miles of wide gentle cruising blues, whilst advanced skiers will enjoy great runs on the Bellecote glacier and the challenging blacks beyond. The resort has a great reputation for all skiers and snowboarders and the stunning scenery through the areas beautiful forest runs makes it a place to remember.
There are a couple of bars in 1800, but the most popular is La Mine, with its mining heritage very much in evidence in the decor. For a wider selection of bars and Apres ski, for those staying in a ski chalet in La Plagne 1800, Plagne Centre is a short free bus ride away..
For the chalet hosts night off, there are a number of good restaurants. Guests have rated
La Cantine, Mamma Mia's and Le Chaperon Rouge as excellent and really good value. In addition, Loup Garou and Loup Blanc are highly recommended.