Luxury Ski Chalets Tignes
Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Tignes with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.
Luxury Ski Holidays in Tignes
Situated in the upper Tarentaise Valley in the French Alps, Tignes lies at the heart of the western half of the expansive Espace Killy linked ski area.
Purpose-built in the 1970s the resort does lack a little charm; however, ski chalets in Tignes provide a perfect base to enjoy a fantastic combination of modern lifts, endless snow, and vast off-piste skiing terrain. Linked with Val d’Isere, Tignes has an incredible 300 km of slopes to explore with a maximum altitude of 3,456m at the top of the Grande Motte cable car.
Whilst there are many catered chalets in Tignes, the resort has plenty of restaurants to dine at as well as a vast selection of alternative winter activities including ice skating, dog sledding and helicopter tours.
For adrenaline junkies, ice-driving and the Bun J ride - a combination of ski jumping, bungee jumping and zip wire are thrilling experiences.
Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Tignes
Leo Trippi has an extensive collection of luxury chalets in Tignes. However, when booking a luxury ski holiday in Tignes, it is important to take location into account.
Split into two main areas, Tignes le Lac is the main hub of the resort whilst Val Claret is 2 km further up the valley, beyond the lake. Providing stunning views, our Tignes chalets in Le Lac are conveniently located close to the slopes, providing ski-in/ski-out access for skiers keen to spend as much time on the slopes as possible.
Down the valley from the main villages are two more traditional satellite villages - Tignes les Boisses and Tignes les Brevieres. Both are well linked to the ski area with their own lifts but they’re isolated from the central hub and have limited shops and restaurants, making a catered chalets in Tignes a great option here.
Several of our properties in Tignes les Brevieres also have fantastic wellness facilities and hot tubs for easing those post-ski muscles.
Skiing in Tignes
Linked with Val d’Isère, Tignes is a great family ski destination with excellent ski schools ready to work with you on your technique. With an incredible 300 km of slopes to explore and a maximum altitude of 3,456m at the top of the Grande Motte cable car, the resort has excellent snow cover, making Tignes popular for late-season holidays and summer skiing.
Providing four nursery slope areas, beginners have plenty of space to build confidence on the slopes with an easy number of runs on the Glacier to progress to. An excellent resort for intermediate skiers, Tignes has a large amount of snow sure blue and red runs waiting to be explored. A variety of fast lifts also facilitate easy access to Val d’Isère with further runs to explore.
With 25 black runs in the Espace Killy as well as endless off-piste terrain, expert skiers will revel in the challenging and advanced pistes. After a day of exploring this incredible terrain, a catered chalet in Tignes will be a welcome prospect, fuelling you up for another day of cruising runs and steep descents.
Eating & Drinking in Tignes
Tignes has some fantastic restaurants to refuel in, as well as a vast array of bars and pubs perfect for apres-ski celebrations. Located at an altitude of 3,032m on the Grande Motte glacier, Le Panoramic is a unique mountain restaurant with a breathtaking 360° panoramic view. For a Michelin-star experience, Ursus can be found in the 5* Hotel Les Suites de Nevada. The project of Clement Bouvier, this exceptional restaurant provides authentic and mastered cuisine made from local and seasonal produce.
When it comes to après-ski in Tignes, you are certainly spoilt for choice! From the famous La Folie Douce just over in Val d’Isère, to the Loop bar with its huge sun terrace, live music and DJs, you are sure to find plenty of apres-ski fun and frolics. After dining in your ski chalet in Tignes, why not extend the evening further at the Melting Pot, one of the most popular clubs in Tignes playing a variety of music from hip hop to funk and drum ‘n’ bass.
A Perfect Day in Tignes
1. Wake up to the smell of sizzling bacon as you make the most of your gourmet breakfast in your Tignes catered chalet.
2. Head out onto the slopes and enjoy the long blue runs on the Grande Motte and Palet.
3. Stop for lunch and enjoy the magnificent 360°views from Le Panoramic restaurant.
4. Try one of Tignes' alternative winter activities such as ice driving or husky sledding to get your adrenaline pumping.
5. Don’t miss out on a spot of apres-ski at the famous Folie Douce
6. After indulging in a relaxing massage in your Tignes chalet, dance the night away at one of the resort’s many bars/nightclubs.
Location & Map
With a transfer time of around 2 hours, Chambery is the nearest airport to Tignes. However, the main gateway airport for Tignes is Geneva at about a 2hr 45 minute drive, followed by Lyon and Grenoble Airports.
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