Club Med - Alpe D'Huez

Enjoy the best of the French Alps with an All Inclusive stay at the luxurious Club Med Alpe d’Huez. Whether you’re taking a break with kids, or getting away with friends, you’ll find everything you need for the perfect ski holiday right here. Think gourmet dining, soul-stirring scenery, all-access lift passes, a lively apres ski, tuition for all ages and bucket-list-worthy excursions. You’ll also have ski-in ski-out access to 250 kilometres of wide-open blue and green slopes, to challenging runs and off-piste terrain, including Europe’s longest vertical drop, the iconic La Sarenne.

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Alpe de Huez, French Alps, France

Address: 38750, L'Alpe d'Huez, Huez, France



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Perfect Ski Holiday!

May 2022 | G3379MFjacquelined

Seems expensive to book but as it is all inclusive of all food, drink, lift passes and lessons it turns out to be quite economical especially with kids. Food better than usually offered in an all inclusive hotel. Lovely pool. Great location. True ski in ski out. Everyone in our party loved it and hope to go again next year.

Wonderful stay with friends !!

Apr 2022 | alexlothi

An amazing few days we had with my friends at this great Club Med ! Food, accommodations, ambiance, staff, activities.. everything was great ! We stayed 4 days and we wanted to stay more but we could not unfortunately, back to work.. We will come back for sure ! We highly recommend it !

Overall good but room for improvement

Apr 2022 | Kath B

The location of Club Med Alpe D’Huez is fantastic, with easy access to the slopes and spectacular views. Our “easy arrival” was just that, with a smooth transfer, cases appearing in our room, skis and boots appearing in our lockers. Overall, we felt the staff worked hard to provide a fantastic experience for holidayers. However, there were a couple of areas where I felt they fell short. The good: Amazing location, varied skiing, super instruction from ESF from right outside the door. Our room was clean and comfortable. Food was plentiful and varied. The bar staff were super-efficient and we enjoyed the cocktails after skiing. The bad: I’m vegetarian and it wasn’t apparent what I could eat. There were usually veggie options but tucking into “mushroom gratin” to discover slices of bacon is upsetting. The same implements were being used to serve sausages and chips. As the week progressed, several large parties started reserving tables, leaving other groups wandering round the dining room. We tried to reserve but were told to come back later in the day. We came back later to be told we couldn’t reserve. There needs to be a better system of either allocated tables or no reservations. The ugly: Not enough toilets in the communal areas. On several occasions, they were dirty and without toilet paper. The swimming pool was absolutely rammed, presided over by a lifeguard who spent the whole time playing on his phone. The outside pool was closed. I know we visited during school holidays, but there were huge groups of absolutely feral children running and screaming round the hotel. The so-called “quiet area” of the bar was at one point, treated as an unofficial parkour area and on another occasion several kids decided to have a watertight in this area by throwing cups of water at each other. Surely some staff could check these things? In summary, it’s a good resort that doesn’t quite live up to expectations but could easily do so. I hope they sort these issues out, because I’d like to come back.

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