Dormio Resort Les Portes du Grand Massif is an excellent choice if you are looking for luxurious complex in the diverse ski region of Le Grand Massif. The resort itself is located in the stunning Hameau de Flaine in-between forests and with spectacular views.
The traditional chalets are divided into apartments and the ski lift is just at the bottom of the piste across the road from the complex. The apartments are spacious and tastefully decorated with some being able to accommodate up to 12 people. They all contain a luxury kitchen and a balcony with some even containing on-suite bathrooms. The complex has a heated swimming pool, a sauna and a jacuzzi so you’ll be able to recharge after skiing all day.
For those looking to enjoy the après-ski after a day on the slopes, don’t put away your skis or board too quickly as you’ll need to use the piste to get to the centre of Flaine. After you’ve enjoy a few beers or glasses of wine in one or more of the many bars a ski bus will take you back to the complex.
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|8 days 10.12 - 08.04||£92.40 [MEALPLANPRICE_PER_PERSON]|
|8 days 10.12 - 08.04||£269.75 [MEALPLANPRICE_PER_PERSON]|
The ski area of Le Grand Massif, with approximately 265km of pistes, is regarded as one of the best ski resorts in France. The area has an altitude of 900m to 2500m. The ski area Le Grand Massif is known as a snow-sure resort. If there is snow falling in the French Alpes, it likely to be snowing in Flaine! Every year we get many messages from guests who have chosen to return to Le Grand Massif, a strong sign that once visited you will want to keep going back!
The pistes of Grand Massif are well-connected, consisting of Flaine, Samoens, Morillon and Les Carroz. The combination of these areas, make it the fourth biggest ski area in France. This fantastic area offers plenty of options for skiers and snowboarders of every level. Novices and intermediate skiers can head to one of the many wide pistes that are also ideal for snowboarders.
Snowboarders in Le Grand Massif can also test their skills in one of Europe’s biggest snow parks that include a half pipe, boarder cross and various jumps. Highly experienced will be happy to know that there is a challenge in Grand Massif: Gers descent!
There are also plenty of off-piste route or you can head off on one of the longer ski trails. We recommend the Cascade, a fantastic descent lasting 14 km.
There are rarely waiting times or queues in Flaine but you can expect the resort to be relatively full during French school holidays. On location you can opt for a hands free lift pass. This lift pass costs approximately € 3,- extra. All Sunweb packages include a lift pass for the full ski area (Grand Massif).
In the villages of Les Carroz and Samoëns you will find an extensive cross country skiing area. There is a total of 47 km of cross country tracks in the area. Samoëns is also the only ski resort with the official title of "Monument Historique”.
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