If you are looking for a luxurious chalet that offers superb self-catering facilities, you should book a ski holiday in Les Arcs 1950 now. 

Just because you’re opting for self-catering doesn’t mean you’re not after a little bit of luxury too.

Does it?

You’re on holiday after all!

Why we love self-catered skiing

Here at Snowfinders, we have had many a ski holiday and, of course, a number of these have been self-catered.

After all, there are many advantages to a self-catered holiday. Firstly, you can eat what you want, when you want (within reason, of course!).

What’s more, self-catering leaves individual skiers and groups of friends more option to get out on the slopes at quieter periods (while the catered guests eat breakfast or return home for an evening meal, for example).

And, also, for families, self-catering may indeed save you money if you are savvy with your food shopping.

We bet you’re wondering why Les Arcs comes out on top when it comes to self-catering.

Les Arcs 1950 simply has to be one of the most luxurious self-catered locations we have stayed in.

Built not far from Les Arcs 1600 and Les Arcs 2000 and designed by the   Intrawest group, who also developed Whistler and Mont Tremblant in Canada, you can be sure that there is enough skiing for all abilities in Les Arcs 1950.

In addition, located a stone’s throw away from the Paradiski area, Les Arcs 1950 has a total ski area of 425 kms of pisted runs and is therefore, ideal for all skiers. No matter what your ability.

However, it gets better than that.

Not only does Les Arcs 1950 offer a magnitude of ski opportunities, the resort is much less sparse than the other two Les Arcs resorts and has been built with much more attractive buildings in mind.

That is what, in our opinion, makes Les Arcs 1950 such a luxurious choice of self-catered accommodation.

The resort shies away from the heavy concrete buildings that often characterise ski locations built during a similar period, and instead features beautiful alpine tradition and shows off local history and architecture.

Therefore, if you are looking for a quaint chalet to stay in that offers superb self-catering facilities and epic skiing, you should book a ski holiday in Les Arcs 1950 now.

Where can you have a self-catered stay in Les Arcs?

Le Village is a hotel in Les Arcs 1950 that offers an absolute luxurious option of self-catering for your ski holiday.

Constructed in traditional wood and stone, the hotel looks outstanding on the outside and is equally magnificent when you enter inside.

It offers a first-class pick of shops, bars, restaurants and leisure facilities and features 8 residences, all located very near to one another.

We bet you’re thinking it sounds too good to be true. 

We promise you, it’s real!

The fantastic leisure facilities, including a swimming pool, brand new spa, hot tub, steam room and more, all offer residents free access.

What’s more, the hotel is located pretty much directly next to the ski gondola for hassle-free skiing.

The only downfall?

Despite the fabulous access to the variety of leisure facilities, Les Arcs 1950, isn’t recommended for non-skiers.

Now: Let’s get to the point

If you are a skier, looking for luxurious self-catering, opt for Les Arcs 1950. Book now to avoid disappointment!