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At the bottom of the blue run back into town, the Hotel Beauregard has the perfect slopeside position. Ski back to the hotel, the lifts are a short scoot across the piste (100 metres) and the town centre is just down the road. The decor is a modernised chalet style with plenty of light wood and exposed stone. Soft furnishings have been chosen to really make the hotel stand out, from the Chesterfield style leather sofas to the old school bubble gondola cabin in the lounge area. There are numerous living areas and little snugs to hunt out with roaring fires throughout the social spaces but if the suns out then there's no better place than the huge terrace out front.
If you can tear yourself away from the wellness area and pool with picture windows and mountain views then the head chef, Sylvain Boullé rustles up some seriously tasty traditional 'home-made dishes', think perfectly braised beef chuck with tender red onions or St Jean ravioli with chive cream and the pastries are to-die-for.
At the base of the blue 'Le Bossonnet' piste, you can ski back to the hotel each day. There are two chairlifts within 100 metres of the hotel meaning you could easily be the first on the slopes each day. To get to the town centre it's a 250 metre walk to the end of the main street, so you have the bars, shops and restaurant of La Clusaz practically on your doorstep.
Each of the 93 rooms at the Hotel Beauregard has a hairdryer, safe, TV, WiFi and phone.
Double rooms have either a double bed or twin beds and a balcony with mountain views.
Sleeps max. 2
Family rooms have a double bed and two single beds. There is also a balcony with mountain views.
Sleeps max. 2 adults and 2 children
Some family rooms can interconnect with a double room creating a space for up to 6 people.
Please be advised that safety standards with regards to balconies differ in France and on occasion, you may be allocated a room whereby the balcony is lower than we would expect in the UK.
For your own safety, please ensure that you take care when on the balcony and do not lean on or over the railings. If you have children below the age of 12 in your party, please ensure that they are supervised and not left unattended at any time.
Resort height - 1,100m
Highest point - 2,477m
La Clusaz ski area - 125km of piste (lift linked)
Aravais ski area - 210km (connected by shuttle)
La Clusaz is perfect for intermediate skiers with the Balme area often having the best snow. The area is quickly becoming a freeride mecca (off-piste) so plenty for the adventurous as well.
Green runs 21%
Blue runs 36%
Red runs 35%
Black runs 8%
Lifts - 49
Season length - December to April
Beginners - 4/5
Intermediates - 4/5
Experts - 3/5
Snowboarders - 3/5
Families - 4/5
Après - 3/5
Eating out - 4/5
Charm - 4/5
Scenery - 4/5
Cross-country skiing | aqua park - outdoor and indoor pools, hot tub, baby pools, water fountains, sauna, hammam, fitness machines | ice rink | ice garden (children aged 2 to 10) | sledging | snowshoeing | ski joering (skiing pulled by a horse) | bowling | snowmobiling | ice car tour | dog sledding | horse-drawn carts | horse-drawn sleighs | horseback riding | pony sledding (for children)
Geneva - 1 hour
TGV rail station at Annecy - 30 minutes
La Clusaz local lift pass
3 day lift pass from £103
6 day lift pass from £190
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