• Fantastic location 3 to 5 min walk to ski lift
• Close to Apres Ski
• Traditional style chalet
• Friendly atmosphere / 11 Bedrooms
Situated at the foot of the Olympic & Bellevarde pistes, the Tuteliere is a traditional stone built chalet offering comfortable accommodation in fantastic location. The Solaise cable car is 3 to 5 minutes’ walk away and the town centre can be reached in less than 10 min by foot. It’s truly a unique location in Val d’Isère!
Constructed of traditional stone, the chalet has a clean and welcoming interior. The spacious open plan living room includes comfy sofas and a log fire where guests can unwind is a cosy atmosphere after a busy day on the slopes.
The Chalet Tuteliere is nestled just above the resort centre in a peaceful location and has fantastic access to the pistes of the Olympique / Bellevarde sector. The nearest lift is just 3 to 5 minutes’ walk away and after a day skiing in the legendary Espace Killy ski area, guests can ski back very close to the chalet’s front door.
Val d’Isère centre is also very close by and in less than 10 minutes by foot guests can enjoy all the resort has to offer, including shops, restaurants, cafes and the famous après-ski scene and night life.
Included in our half board package is cooked and continental breakfast, afternoon tea with cakes and a 3 course evening meal with wine for most nights*. Our hearty breakfast will coax you out of bed and set you up for the slopes each day. On your return to the chalet after skiing, a freshly baked cake or biscuits will be waiting for you to enjoy with your afternoon tea and coffee. The evening meal is a 3 courses dinner with unlimited wine served until dessert.
The chalet can sleep up to 19 people in 5 twin rooms, 4 double rooms and 1 small single room, all full ensuite. All bedrooms are brightly decorated and some have balconies with lovely mountain views.
OUR 'ON THE SNOW' SERVICEIGO SKI Hosts and Representatives will be on hand from the moment you arrive to answer any questions you may have and help with any lessons you may require. They will deliver pre-booked lift passes straight to you and fast-track you through the ski shops for pre-booked ski & board hire, so you can make the most of your time in the mountains. Remember that pre-booked ski & board hire will always guarantee the best prices, saving you up to 50% and making your holiday completely hassle-free!
|CHALET STATS:11 Bedrooms
3 to 5 minute walk to lift
TV and DVD player available
Chalet Accommodation, Return Flights, Transfers, breakfast, afternoon tea and cakes, 3 course evening meals with wine. Chalet Hosts, Bed Linen, Towels, Taxes.
* Full evening catering and dinner service may not be available for late evening arrivals.
* For midweek and week-long guests (Sun - Wed and Sun - Sun packages): Our Chalet staff require a day off, which is Tuesday, so no evening meal is provided on this day. Guests can explore the local restaurants and the traditional culinary. Breakfast and afternoon tea and cakes are still provided (self-serve).
High altitude glacier skiing, oodles of off piste and a real party town with boutique shopping and colourful cafes offering apres ski with a thump! Get the heads up on where's good to go...
Billabong Café: As the name suggests, this is for the younger clientele. You won’t find gourmet food here but the burgers are great. Find it at behind the billabong clothes shop.
Hotel Aigle des Neiges: The hotel is the umbrella for three really good quality restaurants. Starting with the a la carte room at the top end of the budget and a cheerful tapas restaurant as an alternative. Used to be called Les Latitudes.
L’Arolay: It’s worth going over to Le Fornet if you want to sample a high standard of local dishes. The staff are super friendly and the atmosphere cosy and welcoming.
La Perdrix Blanche: Although La Perdrix may be a bit confused in its identity at least the choice is wide. The menu can be anything from local Savoyard specialities, to pizzas, to Chinese! Easily found on the main high street.
La Savoyarde: Contrary to the name, the menu isn’t particularly Savoie, more like top French cuisine.
La Table des Neiges: Beautiful presented dishes.
La Taverne d'Alsace: At the opposite end of the scale, La Taverne serves up huge portions of German style hearty fodder. Imagine sauerkraut and sausages or potatoes and pork. Perfect after a hard day on the mountain.
The world renowned Val D’Isere has long been a name synonymous with hardcore après ski. It’s fun, live for the moment vibe rubs off on everyone, even the more mature skier will find it hard to resist getting up for a good old stomp to the beat in their ski boots.
Dicks Tea Bar : Starting first with the most famous bar, Dicks Tea Bar needs little introduction. Located in the centre of the village, this is where all the international DJs end up spinning the decks until 4am. Make sure you’ve checked out the snow report for the next day before embarking on a night out here.
Café Face: One of the busiest spots in town found at the bottom of Bellevarde Face. Brilliant for live music straight from the mountain.
Members Bar And Club: If the crowd in Dicks Tea Bar are getting too raucous, step next door into the members bar. Sophisticated and stylish with some delicious cocktails around.
Grand Marnier: The gimmick here is that every drink, no matter what, is served with a shot of Grand Marnier. If you order one of the mouth-watering crepes off the menu you can help yourself to the bottle. Located at the bottom of the town slopes it is ideally located for après ski or even lunch.
Saloon: Find it near the beginner’s slopes, excellent happy hour offers. If you’re looking for a quiet drink though it’s probably best to give this place a miss. It can get very loud, with staff and punters alike getting stuck in to swing of things. Great fun.
Victors: Located just by the Spar supermarket Victors is brilliant for chilling and chatting with a drink in hand. Has a no music policy, so anyone who likes to boast about their feats of the day can do so without shouting. Food here is excellent too.
Le Graal: Cheap beer and a flashing dance floor…what more can we add? If you’re unpretentious about your nightclubs then this is the place for you, also very kindly provides a free bus service to wherever you are staying until the early hours of the morning.
Morris Pub: This place is steeped in local history. One of the very first pubs in Val d'Isere, it has a faithful following of local and tourists alike. Good value drinks and cracking bands ensure the Morris Pub will remain popular for quite sometime to come.
Pacific: One of the most welcoming establishments in town, this large pub has everything. Great après ski, all major sporting events shown on their 7 huge tvs and some great bar meals. Next door to Precision Ski rental.
Blue Note: Quite often overlooked, this cosy little bar is well worth a visit. With some of the cheapest drinks in Val, this place is great for just kicking off your boots and hovering up some beverages. Right next to ESF.
With one of the most comprehensive high streets in the European Alps, Val D’Isere has a great selection of shops, from designer boutiques to bric-a-bracs, there is enough variety to keep everybody happy. Plus...
- Hot air ballooning and light aircraft flights.
- Heli-tours. Heli-skiing is forbidden in France but you can be dropped and picked up across the border in Italy or Switzerland.
- Ice driving at la Daille. Take your own car or hire an Audi for 50 euros per 25mins.
- Public swimming baths.
- Cinema with English speaking films.
- Powder monkey for internet and free wi-fi.
- Cross country skiing, 21kms of beautiful trails.
- Glacier walking on La grande motte glacier with a visit to Grotte du Glace (ice cave).
- Ice climbing, La daille has a 200m ice cascade where guides will teach you how to use crampons and ice axes etc.
- Husky sledding, with or without a guide, can be booked to include an alpine restaurant.
- Parasailing over spectacular scenery from the Solaise summit.
- Also ice-rink. Museums and a casino.
|Lift Pass Type||3 Days Extended||4 Days Extended|
|Adult 14-64 yrs||£138||£179|
|Child 5-13 yrs||£108||£141|
Local area pass covers Val d'Isère (6 days minimum)
Extended area pass covers Espace Killy full area, including Val d'Isère and Tignes
|Skis & Boots||3 days
|Economy skis & boots||£55.90||£59.90|
|Discovery skis & boots||£64.90||£69.90|
|Performance skis & boots||£74.90||£79.90|
|Excellence skis & boots||£94.90||£99.90|
|Child skis & boots (6-11yrs)||£39.90||£44.90|
|Board Only||3 days
|Board Hire (Discovery)||£55.90||£59.90|
|Board Hire (Performance)||£69.90||£74.90|
|Board & Boots||3 days
|Board hire (Discovery) & boots||£74.90||£79.90|
|Board hire (Performance) & boots||£89.90||99.90|
|Child board with boots (7-12 yr )||£49.90||£59.90|
Price Match Guarantee: We are so confident that our prices cannot be beaten, that we will price-match any comparable deal that you find at the time of booking (for a like-for-like set of ski or board hire).
Economy, Discovery or Performance level?
Snowboards are only offered in two grades - Discovery and Performance. Skis however can come in 3 grades. Please use the following guide:
|Economy||Beginner to Intermediates (0-6 weeks experience)|
|Discovery||Intermediates (6-12 weeks experience)|
|Performance||Advanced (12+ weeks experience)|
We bring pre-booked lift passes to you on arrival
Get to the slopes faster
Best quality skis and boards.
No waiting in long queues.
Not having to navigate yourself around resort on arrival.
How to pre-book:Contact us now with your order. Or call us now on 0203 393 4671.
Ski hire Quality Assurance:Our suppliers only use a high quality of skis and boards which are 70% new stock at the start of every season. The other 30% is either 1 or 2 seasons old but exceptionally well maintained and serviced each weekend and during the week if required.
They will also provide kit changes and alterations throughout the week, if necessary, and a professional fitting service that ensures you are not skiing on low grade or unsuitable gear, which can hinder your progress.
We will make sure that you get treated well and do not get any illegitimate credit card swipes for damages to kit. Please understand that we cannot help you with skis or equipment if you book independently or using non-endorsed suppliers.
Lift Passes in more detail:Over 65's are advised to buy ski passes on the transfer coach from our reps where they can get updated information on any current Senior discounts (subject to local terms & conditions). Seniors require a passport photo to purchase their passes.
Children under 4 yrs are advised to buy ski passes on the transfer coach from our reps because they may qualify for a free pass (subject to local terms & conditions).
Complete Beginners are advised to buy ski passes on the transfer coach from our reps because their first 3 days may only involve nursery slopes where lifts are free in some resorts (subject to local terms & conditions).