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Résidence Auberge Jerome

Directly by the slopes and in the centre of Les Arcs 1950, you will find Résidence Auberge Jerome. All of its apartments are furnished with care and feature a nice kitchenette, 1 or more bedrooms, and a balcony with a view of the slopes.

  • Directly by the slopes
  • You can walk straight into the centre
  • Come home to your own apartment

Room types

2-room apartment (1 bedroom) type A
for 2 to 4 persons
  • surface approx. 41m²
  • number of beds: 4
  • balcony
  • kitchenette
  • (mini) fridge
  • hotplate
  • (mini)oven
  • television
  • (living) room(s): 2 sleeping places (1 x two persons sleeping couch), dining corner
  • bedroom(s): 1 bedroom
  • 1st bedroom: 2 sleeping places (1 x double bed)
  • separate toilet
  • bathroom with: bath
  • linen package (bed linen and bath towels): (included in the package price)
  • final cleaning (kitchen excl.): (included in the package price)
  • baby cot: for all guests with age up to 1 (incl.) year approx. 40,00 € per week(s) (to be paid at resort)
  • deposit: approx. 1.500,00 € (to be paid at resort, obligated)
  • tourist tax: (to be paid at resort, obligated)
4-room apartment (3 bedrooms) type A
for 4 to 8 persons
  • surface approx. 85m²
  • number of beds: 8
  • terrace
  • kitchenette
  • (mini) fridge
  • hotplate
  • microwave
  • dishwasher
  • television
  • (living) room(s): 2 sleeping places (1 x two persons sleeping couch), dining corner
  • bedroom(s): 3 bedrooms
  • 1st bedroom: 2 sleeping places (1 x double bed)
  • 2nd bedroom: 2 sleeping places (2 x single bed)
  • 3rd bedroom: 2 sleeping places (1 bunkbed (2 x single bed))
  • separate toilet
  • bathroom(s): 3 bathrooms
  • bathroom 1: shower
  • bathroom 2: shower
  • bathroom 3: bath, toilet
  • linen package (bed linen and bath towels): (included in the package price)
  • final cleaning (kitchen excl.): (included in the package price)
  • baby cot: for all guests with age up to 1 (incl.) year approx. 40,00 € per week(s) (to be paid at resort)
  • deposit: approx. 1.500,00 € (to be paid at resort, obligated)
  • tourist tax: (to be paid at resort, obligated)

Board basis

Room only

Location and surroundings

In the centre
Directly next to the ski piste.


General Information
  • parking
  • wireless internet in the room (free of charge)
  • bed linen included
  • bath towels included
  • cleaning room: extra cleaning on request
  • pets not allowed
  • linen package (bed linen and bath towels): (included in the package price)
  • final cleaning (kitchen excl.): (included in the package price)
Optional facilities
  • baby cot: for all guests with age up to 1 (incl.) year approx. 40,00 € per week(s) (to be paid at resort)
Mandatory additional costs
  • tourist tax: (to be paid at resort, obligated)
  • deposit: approx. 1.500,00 € (to be paid at resort, obligated)
Spa facilities
  • hamam
  • sauna
  • gym
Swimming pools
  • outdoor swimming pool

Les Arcs

Les Arcs ski area

Les Arcs is the collective name for the villages of Arc 1600, Arc 1800, Arc 1950, Arc 2000, and Bourg-Saint-Maurice. The first four districts, also called plateaus, are car-free and are connected via a free shuttle service. The lowest village, Bourg-Saint-Maurice, is the gateway to the Tarentaise Valley, where you can enjoy the most delicious fondue, raclette, and tartiflette. From there, you can take a train up to Arc 1600 in just seven minutes. Les Arcs is located in the Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry ski area, in the Paradiski region in the French Alps. This area has everything for a perfect ski trip. With 200 kilometres of mainly blue, red, and black slopes, and 73 kilometres of trails for cross-country skiers, you will never run out of things to do. Each neighbourhood has its own characteristic features and is located at a different altitude, so you can choose to stay in the village that suits you best.

Something for everyone

You want to go to Les Arcs for a skiing holiday, but which 'Arc' do you choose? Arc 1950 is the most atmospheric family village, built in the fairytale Whistler Canadian architectural style. Everything there is centred around the village square, and you will find many lovely shops, restaurants, and bars where quality and service come first. Are the après-ski drinks with your friends the best part of your ski trip for you? Then the largest and most vibrant village, Arc 1800, is the place for you. Arc 1600 is the oldest and smallest ski village of the four. Many families with young children choose to stay there since it is mostly flat and car-free. Arc 2000 is the highest village, perfect for the experienced skier or snowboarder. The challenging black slopes of Aiguille Rouge await you there... do you dare?

Snow-sure fun

The Les arcs ski area is extremely snow-sure, with its two glaciers and several peaks all above 3000 metres elevation. And regardless of the weather, there are endless things to do there for skiers and snowboarders. One highlight you shouldn’t miss is the 7.5-hectare Apocalypse snow park. It has woops, ramps, a mini pipe for beginners, and four rows of kickers and boxes for practicing your skills. For an extra challenge, it even has a shred line specifically for expert skiers. There’s also the Mille8, located in the heart of Les Arcs, just above Arc 1800. This multifunctional park truly has everything, including great places to grab après-ski drinks, a freestyle slope, a 900-metre toboggan slope with a tunnel, a special beginners’ and children's zone, a pedestrian path, a fantastic indoor and outdoor swimming paradise of 3800m2 and an excellent restaurant with live music.

Les Arcs

  • Beautiful and large chalet apartments
  • Very varied ski area
  • Vanoise Express: connection to La Plagne


Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry

Skiing in Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry

Together with La Plagne, Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry is part of the larger Paradiski ski area. The villages of Les Arcs and Peisey-Vallandry together form a ski resort with a total of 106 pistes in a 200km area. Les Arcs is the most well-known of the two, so it can get quite busy there, but you can usually enjoy peaceful skiing around Peisey-Vallandry. This is also reflected in the waiting times at the ski lifts, which are almost non-existent there.

For beginners, the slopes in the lower parts of Arc 1600 and 1800 are ideal for mastering skiing. For advanced skiers, the famous Aiguille Rouge black slope is the place to visit. This is perhaps the most challenging slope within the whole Paradiski area. With the top at an altitude of no less than 3200 metres, there is a fantastic 360° view over Mont Pourri, Pierra Menta, and of course Mont Blanc.

Discover La Passerelle on the Aiguille Rouge, a panoramic walkway at 3200 metres altitude. This walkway is accessible to pedestrians, children, and skiers. With a length of 35 metres, it offers you a breathtaking view over the Hauts de Villaroger nature reserve.

Activities in Les Arcs

Les Arcs features some fantastic snow parks. They are renowned as the most snowboard-friendly spots in all of Europe! At the 7.5-hectare Apocalypse snow park, be sure not to miss the Big Air competition, where you can watch the best freestyle skiers and snowboarders jump from a launchpad. You can also practise your stunts on the rails, boxes, and other obstacles there, including a water slide. Can you ski to the other side without getting wet?

Besides regular skiing or snowboarding, Les Arcs offers so much more. How about some ski touring, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, paragliding, snowshoeing, skijouring, dogsledding, or a visit to Mille8? Nothing is too crazy in Les Arcs!


La Folie Douce

La Folie Douce offers three restaurants right by the slopes. Enjoy great food, unique shows, delicious drinks, and of course some après-ski fun. Every day from 13:30 - 14:30, there is a cabaret show held there. Afterwards, it’s time for a party with amazing music played by well-known DJs. La Folie Douce is open until 19:00 and even later on Thursdays.

Location and surroundings

In the centre
Directly next to the ski piste.

Practical information

The capital of France is Paris


France is one hour ahead of the UK (GMT+1).


The official language is French.


The euro (€) is the official currency of France

Emergency number:

The local emergency number is 112.

Service charge (tip) in restaurants and bars :

It is not likely that the service charger will be added to the bill automatically. If you are pleased with the service you can round off or leave a tip of 10%.


The voltage is 220 and the socket is different compared to the general UK sockets. You can buy an European adapter in most airports and supermarkets.


A UK mobile phone should work in France. The setup for this may differ per provider, so it is best to inquire about this before hand.

Safety on the slopes:

In France, wearing a helmet is not mandatory but recommended (especially for children). In ski classes (for all ages), it is often compulsory.

Travel documents:

You must be in possession of a valid passport in order to travel to France.

Food and Drinks:

Cheese, croissants, baguettes and wine! It is possible to drink tap water.

Opening hours:

As a general rule, the shops are open on Monday/Friday from 09:00 to 19:00. However, some shops may close over lunchtime. On Sunday and Monday, a selection of shops are closed. Some supermarkets are open on Sunday mornings.

Public Holidays: 

Christmas Day:  25 December, 2014 (Thursday)

Boxing Day: 26 December, 2014 (Friday)

New Year’s Day:  1 January, 2015 (Thursday)

Good Friday: 3 April, 2015

Easter Sunday: 5 April, 2015

Easter Monday: 6 April, 2015


Travelling by car:
Most motorways in France require you to pay a toll fee. The Pas Piccolo San Bernardo is closed the whole winter (November - June). Always check the locat weather reports before departing.

In some cities and towns it is obligaroty to have a "environmentsl sticker". It is not possible to buy these stickers en route. You will have to order them online before you leave home. French authorities advise you to print out the form and the confirmation of the sticker if it does not arrive at your home in time. You can find the form on:

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Flight information

You will fly into either Geneva Airport (GVA), Grenoble Alpes Isère Airport (GNB), or Chambéry Airport (CMF). Flight times can be seen during the booking process, based on your choice of regional airport.


In the booking steps it is possible to book a transfer. If you book a transfer via Sunweb, it will be a shared transfer to and from the resort. For additional information about the transfer click here.

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Lift pass, lessons and ski/board hire

The price includes a ski pass for Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry (Classic ski pass). A ski pass for Paradiski (Essential ski pass) can be booked at an additional cost.

You can see the surcharges and discounts for, for example, extending your ski pass or no ski pass in step 1 (preferences) of the booking process. If a child and senior discount applies, this will be shown in step 2 (price overview). Would you like to know which ski pass is included in your travel time? View our FAQ here .

Paradiski Essential ski pass:
With a 6- or 7-day ski pass for the extensive Paradiski area, you get a half-day ski pass for Paradiski for free. This is valid for the afternoon (12:30 - 17:00) on the day before the start of the ordered ski pass.

For example, you have a 6-day ski pass from Sunday to Friday. The free half-day ski pass is then valid on the Saturday afternoon before the ski pass officially takes effect.

With a 6-, 7- or 8-day ski pass for the extensive Paradiski area (Essentiel ski pass), you get a discount for certain activities. More information about these special offers can be found here .

Ski passes for children up to and including 4 years old are free. Seniors aged 75 years old and over must pay a one-time fee of €10 when collecting their Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry (Classique) or Paradiski ski pass (Essentiel) locally. If you are entitled to this ski pass, you should choose 'no ski pass' when booking. Identification is required when collecting your ski pass.

Any surcharges and discounts are only valid upon booking. Other rates are applied locally. It is not possible to redeem your ski pass on another day onsite. An extension of your ski pass can often be booked as an extra; you will find the price for this further in the booking process. A discount for “no ski pass” can also be found during the booking process.

Please note:

- If you're staying at Chalet Deux Tetes I, you can pick up your ski pass in Les Arc 1600. This is 2.5 miles away.

- If you're staying at Hotel Village Club du Soleil Les Arcs 1800, a Paradiski ski pass of 6 days duration is included. It is not possible to extend the duration of this pass. Child and senior discounts do not apply.

You can specify ski and snowboard rental directly when booking. Check out our FAQ  for more information about equipment rental.

When you book ski equipment of the 'Gold' or 'Diamond' class, you can exchange this once a week for free snowboard equipment or freeride skis (not on weekends).

Staying in Chalet Deux Tetes I, you can pick up your ski equipment in Les Arc 1600. This is 2.5 miles away.

The following equipment can be booked:


This equipment is ideal for beginners and intermediate skiers and snowboarders. The equipment is particularly manoeuvrable, so it makes turning and braking easy. Parallel skiing is also possible with these skis.


This is ideal equipment for intermediate skiers and snowboarders. The equipment is manoeuvrable and suitable for cutting corners sharply. Even at high speeds, these skis provide great performance.


These skis and snowboards are made of high-quality material and are perfect for experienced skiers. They can also be used by skiers who have mastered parallel skiing. This comfortable equipment is suitable for all track types and snow conditions.


These are high performance skis and snowboards with the latest technology and are suitable for the most experienced skiers.

 Tell our rental partner your exact requirements (e.g., off-piste skiing) so that they can help you select the right equipment.
Please note:

- When staying at Hotel Village Club du Soleil Les Arcs 1800, your ski equipment is included for 6 days. It is not possible to extend the duration of this. You can choose to not use this equipment, but no discount will be given for doing so.

- If you're staying at Chalet Villaroger, it is not possible to hire ski equipment.

If you are staying in Arc 1800, Arc 1950, or Arc 2000 and you want to book lessons, you can reserve them when making your booking in step 2 of the booking process. If you are staying in one of the other parts of Les Arcs, then you will have to organise the ski or snowboard lessons directly with the ski school on location. See our FAQ  for more information about classes.

For short trips, it is not possible to book ski lessons through us. You can arrange lessons on location.

You cannot book lessons in Les Arcs 1600 in advance. You can arrange this yourself onsite.
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