Located in the forested area of ‘Charmotteger’, in the lively station of Arc 1800, Le Belmont sits at the foot of the slopes with direct access to the Transarc gondola just a 300m ski from the ski locker room door.
The vibrant town centre is approximately a 5 minute walk away, fantastic access to ski hire - 16 minutes walk (approx.) to rental shop
In contrast to its 60’s exterior, a contemporary and stylish interior can be found on entering the Residence Le Belmont. Thanks to a recent refurbishment, apartments are of a high quality with a modern feel and offer a little added luxury with flat screen TVs, heated boot racks and WiFi access available throughout.
- (14) Studio for up to 4 People: approx. 25 m²
- (25) Apartment for up to 5 People with 1 Separate Bedroom: approx. 38 m²
- (36) Apartment for up to 6 people with 2 separate bedrooms: approx. 55 m²
- (37) Apartment for up to 7 People with 2 Separate Bedroom: approx. 70 m²
All apartments include:
- Living room with double sofa bed, table and chairs for maximum occupancy
- Kitchenette with ceramic cooking hob, kettle, coffee machine, fridge, microwave and dishwasher.
- Flat screen TV
- Duvets and bed linen
- Personal safe
- Bathroom with heated towel rails
Payable in Resort:
Daily bakery delivery
Skiing and Boarding in Les Arcs
Everyone from beginners to free-riders sing the praises of Les Arcs skiing and the quality of the pistes, snow and lift system are hard to beat. Beginner terrain can be found in all four villages and although there are not many green runs, there are plenty of simple blues to get you going.
The best are above Arc 1800 under the Charmettoger chair or build up your confidence over the nice long Vallée de l’Arc. If you’re staying in 1950 or 2000, head for the runs under the Plagnettes chair. For intermediates, Les Arcs is your oyster – every lift has at least one (and in a lot of cases 3 or 4) intermediate trails leading from the top and daily grooming maps are available so you can take your pick of the lovely smooth corduroy. Vallandry is the best area for building speed and confidence, but you’ll also find good reds around 1800, check out Froide Fontaine and Carreley for thrills and spills. If it’s distance you’re after, the 7km run from the top of the glacier down to the village of Villaroger will get those thigh’s burning and is lovely and powdery at the bottom after a good snowfall. Les Arcs skiing also boasts free-riding terrain so good that the large Apocalypse snowpark, fast boardercross and half pipes on offer stay relatively uncrowded. Advanced skiers should tackle the steepest run in resort, Robert Blanc, a challenging bumpy black. If your knees can take it, one of the longest and hardest technical mogul runs can be found left of the TC Du Varet gondola up in Arc 2000 or ride the deep powder in the open bowl left of the Transarc cable car.