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Named after the 182-carat, pink-tinged diamond the 'sea of light', the 5* Daria-I Nor opened in December 2018. Sister hotel to the award-winning Koh-I Nor in Val Thorens and the really rather splendid Taj-I Mah in Les Arcs, the Daria-I Nor achieves the same high-level blend of contemporary furnishings and traditional features.
Each bedroom has its own private balcony with views over the sunny resort or ski slopes. The rooms are particularly spacious, for French standards at least, with a minimum of 24sqm. The restaurants are superb and complimented by a 1,000 bottle-strong wine selection. L'Améthyste gourmet restaurant is in an intimate setting whilst the La Table du Daria opens up onto a south facing terrace with panoramic mountain views and serves up re-imagined local specialities (the half-board restaurant). If that doesn't sound tempting enough there's an extensive spa with 2 pools, 2 saunas, hammam hot tub, solarium and salt wall to explore. And being a luxury hotel, there's no greater luxury in the ski world than having a gondola on your doorstep and the Daria-I Nor does not disappoint on this front.
- Gondola next to the hotel taking you up to the Bergers ski area
- Extensive spa area with mountain views
- Incredible food in both restaurants
- All rooms have a spacious private balcony
- L'Améthyste restaurant is a supplement for half board guests
- The hotel is just below the main village - catching the gondola down from Begers is the easiest way to get back to the hotel each day (no buses and no walking)
- There is a special child's menu available
Each of the 46 rooms in the hotel Daria-I Nor has a large private balcony, TV, WiFi, mini barm Nespresso coffee machine, safe, hairdryer, Black Diamond products, bathrobes and slippers.
Club rooms have a king bed (twin beds on request) and the bathroom has a bath and separate toilet. There is also a large balcony facing south-east.
Approx. 26m2, sleeps max. 2
Privilege rooms have a king bed (twin beds on request) and a sofa bed for a third person (advised to be under 16). The bathroom has a shower, a bath and a separate toilet. There is also a large balcony with views over the village (west).
Approx. 29m2, sleeps max 3
Superior rooms have a king bed (twin beds on request) and a sofa bed for a third person (advised to be under 16) The bathroom has a bath, a shower and a separate toilet. There is also a large balcony with a south or south-east orientation.
Approx. 32m2, sleeps max. 3
There are also a few suites and family rooms sleeping up to 6 people in numerous configurations. Just ask our ski specialists if you're looking for one of these.
Resort height - 1,869m
Highest point - 3,300m
Alpe d'Huez Grand Domaine Ski Area- 249km of piste
SlopesThe slopes are varied enough to provide ample terrain for all ski levels. The green slopes run down to the resort in a vast swarth whilst the more challenging blacks are up on Pic Blanc and then everything in between is perfect for cruising around on blues and reds.
Green runs 31%
Blue runs 26%
Red runs 31%
Black runs 12%
Lifts - 84
Season length - early December to late April
Beginners - 5/5
Intermediates - 5/5
Experts - 5/5
Snowboarders - 4/5
Families - 4/5
Après - 4/5
Scenery - 4/5
Snow reliability - 4/5
Village charm - 1/5
Leisure centre | climbing wall | open-air swimming | indoor swimming | ice hockey | ice skating | ping pong | shopping | XFly (zip wire, climbing frame and bouncy castle) | ice driving.
Lyon - 2 hours
Geneva - 3 hours
Grenoble - 1 hour 30 minutes
Lift pass3 day lift pass from £128
6 day lift pass from £255
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