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  • Are linen and towels included?
    Linen and towels are extra in all of our apartments apart from Chalet Hotel Yeti and Village Montana. Linen is 22 euro per double set per week, and 20 per single set per week, and towels are 10 euro. A bathmat and tea towel are 6 euro. These can be hired from our agency in resort and paid for an arrival in resort or you may bring your own.
  • Are there any other extras?
    A damage deposit will be taken on your apartment when you check in and adults must pay a tourist tax of between 0.99 and 2.48 euro per adult per day depending on the size of the apartment.
  • How do I pay for accommodation?
    We take a 40% deposit at the time of booking and full payment is taken 15 weeks before departure. We quote in euros and payment is taken in sterling based on the post office exchange rate on the day of booking. If you have a euro account we are also able to take payment in euros. Payment is taken by bank transfer or a cheque in sterling.
  • Is Tignes a good resort for Intermediates?
    Tignes is a great resort for Intermediates. Read our blog on the top five runs for intermediates in Tignes:
  • Is Tignes good for beginners?
    We have written a blog about Tignes for beginners. To read more please follow this link on our website:
  • Is Tignes good for advanced skiers and boarders?
    We have written a blog about advanced skiing and boarding in Tignes. Please see the following page on our website for more information:
  • How much is a lift pass and where can they be bought?
    Lift passes can either be bought online or in resort. Prices vary depending on whether you buy an all-area Espace Killy lift pass or one that just covers Tignes. An Espace Killy lift pass gives you free entry into the swimming pool at Le Lagon in Le Lac. If you are a beginner, you won't need a lift pass for at least the first day as you will be using the free lifts on the nursery slopes. Please see the following link on our website for more information:
  • How much are lessons?
    We work with Evolution 2 and TDCSki in Tignes to provide lessons. Please contact us direct or see the following link on our website for more information:
  • Which is the nearest airport to Tignes?
    Grenoble, Lyons and Geneva are all around 3 hours from Tignes. Lyons and Geneva have more frequent flights and Geneva tends to be slightly more expensive. Chambery is a smaller airport and is around 2 hours from Tignes.
  • Can I park in Tignes?
    You can book parking in resort directly through us either in Lavachet, Val Claret or Le Lac. Current prices for a standard space are 99 euros per week (2022/23 season) and 110 euros if you require extra headroom.
  • How do I book an airport transfer?
    We can book a transfer for you. Please contact us direct or see the following link on our website for more information:
  • How long does it take to drive from Calais to Tignes?
    Without stops the drive from Calais to Tignes is around 9 hours. Allow up to 12 hours if you want to include stops.
  • Do I need snow chains?
    It is compulsory to have either winter tyres or all-weather tyres, or at least 2 snow chains/socks from 31 November to 31 March when travelling in mountainous regions in France following a law introduced in November 2021.
  • Is Tignes good for nightlife?
    Tignes has a number of pubs, clubs and apres-ski bars in addition to a great choice of restaurants. Read our blog on the five best apres-ski bars in Tignes :
  • Do the apartments have a washing machine?
    Most of our apartments do not have a washing machine but there is a laundrette in Val Claret, Le Lac and Lavachet.
  • Do the apartments have Wifi?
    Most of our apartments do not have free Wifi. We usually buy extra data or a data bundle when we are staying in our apartment or you can hire a Wifi box from our agency in resort. The cost is around 39 euros per week with a limit of 50GB per week.
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