This ski-in, ski-out property is a new 5* addition on the Place de Neige at the heart of Val d’Isere, boasting a fabulous Guerlain spa, superb restaurants, residence apartments and even a private cinema.
A luxurious addition to Val d’Isere’s lively Place de Neige, this 5* property boasts a range of accommodation and a wealth of amenities
With four restaurants and bars, an indulgent spa, swimming pool, children’s club, private cinema, ski salon and three boutiques, it offers everything you could need
Its location on the ski-run allows for a ski-in-ski-out experience, with a close proximity to the Solaise and L’Olympique gondolas
Lying at the base of the ski slopes, Airelles Mademoiselle Val d’Isere is a grand hotel, inspired by medieval architecture yet blending smoothly into the surrounds. With 41 Rooms, Suites and Penthouses, four restaurants and bars, a swimming pool, luxurious spa, magical Children’s Kingdom, a 70sq.m cinema and three upmarket boutiques, it is a sumptuous ski resort offering everything you could need, and more.
The grey stone walls, wooden beams and shale roof of the Mademoiselle reveal an interior of almost regal grandeur, with wrought wooden staircases, beamed ceilings, brocade furnishings and luxurious fabrics. From the Deluxe Room through to the Family Suites and the Four-Bedroom Penthouse, the accommodation is cosy yet refined, rooted in the present but with a thoughtful nod to the past. Complimentary wifi, Apple TV and an iPad keep you connected, while wooden floors, rugs and antique-style furniture add a dash of alpine character.
Despite its location in the Place de Neige, surrounded by the life and conviviality of the bustling bars and restaurants of Val d’Isere’s social heart, Airelles boasts its own superb drinking and dining options. Soak in the sun over a long lunch on the Terrace with its spectacular mountain views, or have an evening of indulgence with raclette or fondue at Le Carnotzet. Enjoy refined French cuisine with an extensive wine list at Le VI, while the bar is open all day for an après-ski of fine wines, rare spirits and a tempting Champagne collection.
For weary post-ski muscles, the 1,200 sq.m Guerlain spa is a luxurious retreat with a large pool, dedicated children’s aquatic area, fitness centre, a Hammam, Jacuzzi, sauna and two sensory showers. A number of treatment rooms provide space for both massages and beauty therapies. Three luxury boutiques and a 70sq.m cinema offer entertainment when not on the famed ski slopes, while a ski salon provides the latest equipment to rent or buy.
When to visit
Airelles Mademoiselle is located at the base of the ski slopes in the bustling Place de Neige in Val d’Isere. A short distance from the Solaise and L’Olympique gondolas and ski school meeting points.
Dog Sledding in Val d'Isère
Mush! And you're off! Drive your own dog sled, or take a guide and just sit and enjoy the ride.
Fine Dining at Altitude
Each week, two high-altitude restaurants in Val d'Isère will open their doors at night, enjoy a memorable dinner at altitude at the Folie Douce or Le Refuge de Solaise.
Heli-skiing in Val d'Isère
Whether you're a competent off-piste skier looking to heli-ski, or a piste skier looking to ski a wide variety of resorts, Val Heli-ski can create an itinerary that will take into account your preferences, your ski ability and the snow conditions.
A chance to experience a hidden world below the natural frozen lake in Tignes. Brave the ice cold waters with a professional diver to see the beauty that awaits beneath the surface.
Ice driving in Val d'Isère
One of the most thrilling experiences in a ski resort, ice driving is especially fun with a group of friends.
Ice skating in Val d'Isère
No Alpine holiday is complete without a session on the ice rink. The one in the centre of Val d'Isère is particularly good fun as well as being conveniently located. It is always a winner with children too.
Swimming in Val d'Isère
Val d'Isère has fantastic swimming facilities at the Centre Aquasportif Leisure Centre, and is well worth a trip if you're not skiing, or if you fancy a more relaxing bit of exercise after a day on the slopes.