€798,000 Alpe d'Huez
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- Ski Area
- Alpe d'Huez Grand Rousses
- Ski Resort
- Alpe d'Huez
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agency fees included: 2 % TTC to be paid by the buyer (€780,000 without fees)
- Beds / Bath
- 20 / 16
- Hab M2
Fabulous Hotel-Bar-Restaurant Business-250 mtrs from Piste-Panoramic Views-Auris Ski Station-Alpe d’Huez
- In ski resort
- Walk out of your door and at a reasonable pace you'll be at your ski lift in 5mins or less.
- Mountain views.
- Specific, currently allocated staff accomodation.
- Balcony, terrace or garden providing an area large enough for dining.
This friendly family run hotel is located 250 mtrs from the piste in the resort of Auris en Oisans which is part of the Alpe d’Huez Grand Rousses ski area. It is the only hotel in resort and has fantastic panoramic views of the Ecrins mountains and La Meije. Much money has been spent over the last few years on a tasteful renovation and on bringing the hotel up to standard to comply with fire safety regulations. The hotel operates successfully in summer as well as the winter period thanks to the popularity of the area with cyclists, walkers, mountain bikers and touring motorcyclists.
The hotel itself has 1200m2 usable space over 4 levels and consists of 14 comfortable bedrooms, each with private bath or shower and most with private balcony. The restaurant can cater for up to 70 covers, and there is a bar with license IV, a large fully equipped kitchen, ski storage, a large garage for cycles in the summer time and an outside terrace. Guests can relax on the terrace or by the fireplace in the living room area which has a pool table. There is also a children’s area on the ground floor, Wi-Fi throughout the building and television in all the rooms. For the owners there is a separate spacious 3-bedroom apartment with kitchen, bathroom and living room. The hotel also has considerable room for expansion either by increasing the number of rooms or by creating private apartments subject to permission and compliance with regulations.
The actual ski resort is located at Auris Station 1600, not the eponymous Auris-en-Oisans village which is perched on the mid-altitude flank of the valley some distance below the ski slopes. At 1,600m above sea level the altitude is sufficiently high to ensure that skiing to resort level is possible throughout the winter season. Important information to know is that this area is earmarked for the arrival of the new cable-car linking to Les Deux Alpes scheduled by 2020. This will make the ski area the second largest in the world next to the Three Valleys. The Auris slopes are spread over three local summits that form a semicircular arc around the resort. The prime sector of Auris, and the link to Alpe d'Huez, is accessed via a fast chairlift which arrives on the mid-altitude flanks of the Signal de l'Homme.
Auris-en-Oisans is second only to Alpe d'Huez in respect of bragging rights for having the most extensive local ski area in the Grandes Rousses domain. This compact little resort is as close to Les Deux Alpes by road as it is to Alpe d'Huez, and has great views over the upper Romanche Valley towards Les Deux Alpes and the classic Alpine peaks of the Ecrins National Park beyond. Auris is in general a destination for families and the resort does make a genuine effort to offer the friendly atmosphere and facilities needed to ensure that children feel welcome and happy here.
The majority of visitors are French, which helps preserve the Gallic ambiance that attracts discerning international guests to such a small non-mainstream ski resort. Being so close to Les Deux Alpes, and yet linked to Alpe d'Huez, means that Auris is an ideal choice for self-drive holidaymakers wishing to explore this region of the Southern French Alps.
Alpe d'Huez Grand Rousses Ski Area
Situated only 1 hr 20 from its nearest airport, Grenoble St Geoirs, Alpe D'Huez has been appropriately named Isle de Soleil... The Island in the Sun.
This purpose built resort is home to 250 kms of piste and plays host to the Tour de France cycle race as well as the famous Mega Avalanche downhill mountain bike race. Being perched at 1800 m altitude its snow record is impeccable as its pistes rise up to a formidable 3300m on the summit of Pic Blanc.
It is certainly a very practical winter resort as its' centrally located leisure facilities and its cross town lifts make everywhere easily accessible.
Alpe d'Huez Ski Resort
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