The great reputation of the restaurants together with the hotel's relaxed, welcoming atmosphere and great facilities make the Du Golf an excellent choice for groups, families and couples alike. The large fireplace in the bar and lounge area creates a warm and inviting area to relax after each day on the slopes, often accompanied with live music.
The hotel has a lovely spa area with whirlpool, steam room and sauna (local charges apply for entry. Over 18s only).
There is an option to dine in the speciality Savoyard Mont Blanc restaurant or the à la carte Petit Zinc restaurant (reserve locally).
The close proximity to the fun MILLE8 activity ski area and aquatic centre adds to its appeal, especially for families.
All rooms have twin or double beds (please specify preference when booking), mountain views, bath with shower head attachment or shower room, separate WC, satellite / cable TV with English speaking channels, safe, hairdryer, telephone and minibar.
- Twin / Double rooms (A2) sleeps 2 people with north facing views.
- Triple rooms (B3) sleeps 3 people with additional single bed and north facing views.
- Triple rooms (C3) sleeps 2 - 3 people with additional sofa bed and south facing views.
Sofa bed in C3 room is suitable for a child aged up to 10 years.
A2 & C3 rooms will fit a baby cot with 2 adults sharing. B3 does not have the space to fit a baby cot.
- Buffet breakfast with hot and cold options
- Buffet evening meals with wine included
- One Savoyard meal each week at the Mont Blanc restaurant (pre-book in resort)
- Option to dine in 'Le Petit Zinc' à la carte restaurant
- Special dietary requirements (vegetarian, gluten free etc.) are available (on request)
- Earlier meal times for children are available during school holidays from 6.45pm
- Ski in / ski out access
- Bar area
- Live music in the evening
- Snacks provided when guests return from skiing
- WiFi (paid locally)
- Spa and wellness facilities including heated plunge pool, whirlpool, steam room and sauna (€15 entry fee for two hours, 16 + only)
- Heated ski equipment storage room
- Car parking (book in advance - paid locally)
- Located at the foot of the nursery slopes
- Shops, bars and restaurants 5 minutes walk away
- Close to the ski school meeting point
Local Fees and Taxes
Resort tax: €1.60 per person, per day (under 18s free of charge) paid locally.
Lift Pass & Ski Equipment Offer
2-for-1 lift pass offer for all new bookings made in August. Excludes departures on 11 Jan and 1, 15 & 29 Feb and applies to adult passes only.
Book your lift pass with us and there is also 50% off equipment hire or carriage
Book by 31st August
Please note: Excludes departures on 11 Jan and 1, 15 & 29 Feb and applies to adult passes only
One of Europe's biggest and best lift-linked ski areas
Les Arcs' vast ski reserve combines a great snow record with sumptuous north facing snow fields. The impressive Vanoise Express cable car provides easy access to a further 225km of pistes in neighboring La Plagne. Choose between three villages; Arc 1800 has an activity area comprising of aquatic centre, toboggan runs, fun trail, beginner's area and children's practice area, adding to its popularity with families and beginners. Arc 1950 is a pretty car free village with excellent restaurants, bars, shops and a spa, plus good access to the slopes. Intermediate and advanced skiers are attracted to Arc 2000 with its proximity to the Aiguille Rouge Glacier and fantastic doorstep skiing.
Beginners skiing and snowboarding in Les Arcs
The gentler slopes of Arc 1800, which offers a great choice of long, wide blues, are a superb place to head for beginner skiers and boarders. Beginners are also well served in Arcs 2000 and 1950. The wide nursery slope under the St Jacques chairlift is easily accessible and an ideal place to learn.
The St Jacques chairlift takes you to the top of a delightful blue run, the Bas KL. The wide, gentle slope is ideal for practicing your turns, whether you’re a skier or boarder. More confident beginners will enjoy the tree lined Vallée de L’Arc, and the blue pistes from the top of the Col de la Chal.
Intermediates skiing and snowboarding in Les Arcs
Les Arcs, and the Paradiski area as a whole is ideal for intermediate skiers. The resort is both diverse and accessible, providing a mixture of routes that are easily explored. There is no reason why an intermediate skier or boarder cannot, comfortably visit every part of the mountain.
Particularly fine is the tree lined skiing. We highly recommend heading to the top of the Grizzly 68 chair where a network of red and blue runs criss-cross the woods back to Vallandry and Peisey.
You can easily cruise to Villaroger through the woods along the Vallée de L’Arc blue. Alternatively, follow the Aiguille Rouge red from the top of the Lanchettes chairlift, along the ridge of the mountain before dropping into the trees. An easier section of one of the most challenging runs in resort.
Heading up above Arcs 2000 to the top of the Varet and the Arcabulle lifts opens a wealth of wide, cruising red runs and open blue pistes. Here, the snow remains in good condition until late into the ski season. If you start to tire of Les Arcs, your Discovery lift pass will provide you with a day’s access to La Plagne as well – an intermediate’s paradise!
Advanced skiing and snowboarding in Les Arcs
Expert skiers and boarders will love Les Arcs. The mountain provides incredible challenges both on and off the piste, making it a first class destination for advanced skiers. Arc 2000 offers the most black runs: the Robert Blanc, the Génépi and the Refuge, to name a few.
The ungroomed Natur’ runs are an incredible draw. Three of these massive mogul fields descend from the top of the Varet lift. The pistes are wide, but incredibly steep and bumpy. Enjoy the spectacular views from the top – because you won’t have time on the way down!
The steep run from the top of the Aiguille Rogue all the way to Villaroger is infamous. The narrow and often crowded start to the run takes you along a lengthy and varied route covering different types of terrain and descending 2000m across 7km.
The Flying Kilometre offers a terrifying challenge to all but the most hardened speed freaks. A steep, icy descent, pro-riders have been known to travel the length of this chute at speeds of 200kmph. If you’re up for it, you too can challenge the pros on supervised time trials.
Freestyle and terrain parks in Les Arcs
Les Arcs is an excellent destination for freestyle enthusiasts. The excellent boardercross, which you can access from the top of the Col de la Chal, provides hours of entertainment, even if you are a freestyle novice. Why not challenge a friend to a one-on-one race down the mountain?
Mille8 in Arc 1800 has its very own boardercross too, Les Bosses. Use your lift pass to register at the top of the course and cameras will film your descent so you can share your amazing freestyle skills online. At night the atmosphere is extra special as multi-coloured LED lights provide illumination to the course.
Near the base of the Arpette’s chairlift are a couple of freestyle facilities including the Apocalypse snow park. This freestyle park is served by its own ski lift and offers a range of jumps and rails suitable for a mix of abilities.
The nearby Big Air Bag, is perfect for those that want to try their hand at big-style jumps and tricks with a guaranteed soft landing. And during the spring months the neighbouring waterslide provides hours of entertainment as ambitious skiers and boarders attempt to ski across a short pond. Prepare for a big splash!
There is a new themed area at the top of the Peisey-Vallandry area, called the Kids' Forest.nd your way through the trees to discover a series of 15 surprises and challenges along the way.