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This was my first time on a ski holiday and I was really nervous about what to expect. Luckily, I needn't have worried, from the transfer to the chalet to checking in and collecting our lift passes, everything went really smoothly and the Chalet was...More
Another fantastic week at L'Aguille Percee. This chalet hotel is so well run, feels warm, welcoming, food was superb again and quickly feel very relaxed and well looked after by manager Wayne and his excellent team. We will definitely return and highly recommend this well...More
We stayed at the Aiguille Percée as a group of 11 during the last week of the season, having booked the all-inclusive deal over a year ago. The first thing to say is that it is good value as a package deal - not as...More
Returning visitors to the Aiguille Percee. Great hotel for a late season winter sports break. Central location with easy access to fast lifts and facilities of Tignes 2100 (Le Lac). Food and service good throughout. Mostly families with children during first week of UK Easter...More
My husband, our 4 year old twins and I stayed at the Hotel L'Aiguille Percee in mid March this year. The location of the hotel is fabulous; right by all the amenities and the perfect base for a week of skiing. We stayed in two...More
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You could ask for Douglas Favre - his English is great and he's the son of the guy that owns Evolution 2, the blue jacket coloured ski school. We had him for private tuition though. Otherwise that ski school seemed good to... More
You could ask for Douglas Favre - his English is great and he's the son of the guy that owns Evolution 2, the blue jacket coloured ski school. We had him for private tuition though. Otherwise that ski school seemed good to us for English. Hope that helps!