One of the original French ‘mega-resorts’, Les Arcs has kept up with the times to offer the best of modern and traditional, providing a holiday that will suit every visitor, summer or winter. Revitalise with your family in a boldly stylish building, and ski or ramble through pine trees and shimmering mountain lakes.
Paradise on a mountain
If you love panoramic views to go with your skiing or hiking then Les Arcs Panorama offers unbeatable vistas. There’s an amazing variety of slopes for everyone to try out and every convenience to make your experience as smooth as the well groomed slopes.
The Les Arcs landscape is dotted with little bits of history including fascinating churches and chapels. It’s possible to combine your skiing experience with a visit to villages where life has changed little in the past 500 years. At the heart of the Savoy region, you’ll also be surrounded by a forest and mountain dreamscape where time seems to stand still.
Everything is connected and the villages are often ski-in, ski-out meaning you can explore the region at leisure and find a perfect place to sit and enjoy the daunting landscape. It also offers many beautiful walks during summer months.
Take time to explore the 425 km of slopes at a skier’s paradise accessible to visitors of any age and skill level. For the kids and learners, a beginner ski slope and magic carpets in front of the resort are reserved for Club Med guests.
In the summer, enjoy hiking, biking and panoramic views. Relax in the spa or the Zen Lounge while your young adventurers explore with our kids clubs. Come together in the cosy mountain restaurants and lounges decorated with animal sculptures.
For some fun together, the family restaurant allows your kids to invite their parents to share dinner. It’s a concept full of surprises as you all share real moments of family happiness.
- Enjoy yoga overlooking pine trees
- Travel by electric mountain bike to stunning views
- Have dinner made and served by your kids
- Improve your ski technique in a friendly setting
- Watch an evening show under starry skies
What’s included in all-inclusive?
- Ski passes and lessons from ESF (Ecole de ski francais)
- Kids’ clubs 4 - 17 years
- Gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Snowboard, mountain biking and alpine ski schools
- Yoga and fitness schools
- Apres ski entertainment
- All tips and taxes
- Wi-fi access
Rooms with a view
The curves of the accommodation echo those of the mountain. Rooms continue the cosy, contemporary feel. Traditional mountain styles have been given a modern makeover and only the view over the Tarentaise valley is the same as it ever was. Admire the views from a suite in our 5? Luxury Space, Le Belvédère before enjoying the exclusive lounge, open-air jacuzzi and breakfast room service.
Our Gourmet Lounge, located at an altitude of 1790m, will offer you an exclusive food experience in an intimate atmosphere with a panoramic view over the valley. A subtle blend of authenticity, contemporary spirit and warm decor provides the ideal backdrop for great local produce.
Check out the space entirely dedicated to health and wellbeing: indoor heated pools, Club
Med Spa by Cinq Mondes, fitness and weight training area, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi. You can pamper yourself with the best treatments and massage techniques from around the world with some of the best beauty rituals available.
Address: BOURG ST MAURICE, Haute Savoie, France
Les Arcs, French Alps, France
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Super place to go in summer, some imperfections, but really top. I will come back.
The late departure you pay 27€ is a joke as your room is blocked at 11AM. Avoid it.
Fantastic Gym and Fitness with great GO's pushing you really.
The bar is bit arrogant, GO's are not very happy to be there.
Swimming pool area nothing to say, very good equipment and GO's.
Good note for the "vins à la carte", the sommelier Julien is really a good person.
Room cleaning is bit approximative in terms of efficiency and schedules (important)
We spent a week at Les Arcs Panorama with another family. The club med children facilities were perfect, and even a month later my son is asking when he gets to go back to mini club! He hiked to waterfalls, explored the woods and swam almost every day whilst the adults enjoyed mountain biking, e biking and water rafting! It was an action packed holiday for all involved. Whilst most of the clientele spoke French the staff made their best efforts to speak to us in English (even though we can speak basic French) but sometimes it’s those little touches that make a trip just that bit easier. Obviously with Covid things were a little different and mask wearing in some areas was obligatory but it didn’t affect the holiday- guess it might just be the new norm.
We were together with my family and my friends, and of course when we go to the club med, the first thing we do is to go to the bar, which is one of the most important thing in the club med. After a couple of days, we had the pleasure to meet Antoine,one of the most kind, sweet and agreable barman I've met. With his excellent service on every single drink we wanted and with his own creation, we really appreciated his person and particulary his creation : the chocolat chaud viennois. We really felt in love with the nutella. I really hope he's gonna have an increase and will become the new Chef du village.
Solal from Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California