La Mourra Hotel Village
Val d`Isère, France
based on 7 nights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
per person based on 2 people for 7 nights in a Junior Suite on a B&B basis including return airport transfers.
At a Glance
Unique mountain hamlet setting with excellent facilities
Private spa and swimming pool in each chalet
A great mix of accommodation for couples or large groups of family or friends
Brilliant cinema rooms in most of the chalets
Private shuttle available from 7am to midnight for all guests
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Val d'Isère boasts one of the longest ski seasons in the world because, unlike other resorts above 1800m, 80% of the skiing happens above 2000 metres. As a result, early and late season offer reliable great conditions. Being high, it is cold though and we think March and April are the best times to visit Val.
Call us on 020 3993 4743 to start planning your holiday to La Mourra Hotel Village or take a look at our itineraries to France
Resembling a mountain hamlet, the 5* La Mourra in Val d'Isere is a unique concept comprising a chic hotel with restaurant and spa along with 4 large, private chalets. La Mourra is located in the heart of Val d'Isere with easy access to the slopes.
La Mourra has nine elegantly designed suites in the hotel for 1-4 people or the four sumptuously appointed chalets come with a chef and excellent facilities such as a private spa with indoor swimming pool and most have a home cinema room. The suites in the hotel have a traditional alpine feel with contemporary touches and the chalets are designed with reclaimed wood and warm, tactile fabrics.
The chalets can accommodate large groups of people (from 11-16) and are set on 4 or 5 levels so are ideal for families or groups of friends. The chalets are half board catered with breakfast and dinner being served in the chalet or the option of having dinner in the hotel restaurant 'La Mourra' or the restaurant at the sister hotel Le Blizzard.
As the 5 buildings are connected to the hotel via an underground level there is no need to feel the chill when visiting the hotel spa, restaurant or lounge bar.
Set in the heart of Val d'Isere, La Mourra enjoys a tranquil setting just a short walk to the centre of the town with its shops and restaurants.
Located at an altitude of 1,850m Val d'Isere offers superb skiing with the Espace Killy ski area, excellent ski records and a good choice of runs for both beginners and the more advanced. The village itself is fairly lively, with a good mixture of younger bars and a broad range of restaurants.
The rooms located in the hotel are on a bed and breakfast basis and can accommodate 1-5 people, a cot may be put in any of these rooms on request. The rooms all have satellite TV, Apple TV, radio, telephone, free mini-bar, Wi-Fi, safe and access to the Spa.
The chalets are luxuriously appointed, taken on an exclusive, half board basis and include facilities such as their own spa with swimming pool, a fully equipped kitchen and a cinema room (except for Ambre). All the chalet bedrooms have en suite bathrooms with separate toilet. Services include in-chalet breakfasts and dinners (with an option to have dinner in the hotel if desired), butler, 24 hour concierge service, private shuttle to / from Val d'Isere in the evenings, soft drinks, welcome packages with some spirits, daily cleaning, high speed internet, Apple TV and parking facilities.
The Junior Suites feature double / twin bed, cosy corner living area, bathroom (bath & shower), a separate toilet, TV, free Wifi access, minibar, safe and hairdryer. These suites are ideally suited for two guests, however some suites can accommodate an extra person on a sofa-bed.
|Junior Suite Superior||
The Junior Suites feature double / twin bed, cosy corner living area, bathroom (bath & shower), a separate toilet, TV, free Wifi access, minibar, safe and hairdryer. These suites are ideally suited for three guests, however some suites can accommodate an extra person on a sofa-bed.
|2-Bedroom Suite for 4||
This suite accommodates 4 people and has two bedrooms with living area and two bathrooms. The master bedroom has one double bed (can be made into twins on request) with a cosy corner living area, an en suite bathroom (bath & shower) and a separate toilet.
The second bedroom has one double (or twin upon request) bed, a cosy corner living area, bathroom (bath & shower) and a separate corner. Balcony.
|2-Bedroom Suite for 4-5||
This suite can accommodate 5 people (4+1). The two bedrooms have a separate private living room and en suite bathroom. The first bedroom has one double bed (or twin on request), a dressing area, an en suite bathroom with bath and shower and a separate toilet.
The second bedroom has one double bed (or twin on request), a separate single bed, a dressing area, an en suite bathroom with bath and shower and a separate toilet.
This suite also has an extra living area.
Children are welcome here and the chalets are ideal for families. There is a babysitting is available on request for an extra charge and cots are available on request. A children's menu is available from the afternoon in the hotel.
In Val d’Isère we have our exclusive Explorers kids club , which gives our hotel guests the freedom to ski all day, whilst your children have a holiday too. We look after children from as young as four months, with age appropriate activities and a collection service to and from ski school. A nutritious lunch is served each day, as well as healthy snacks, with any dietary requirements taken into account and your child’s routine will be strictly adhered to. We can also provide a wide range of equipment for babies and toddlers on request, including nappies and wipes, usually free of charge. And if you’d like to go out in the evening, we can provide babysitting.
For hotel guests breakfast is served, buffet style, in the hotel restaurant or in-room for a supplement.
For guests staying in the chalets, breakfasts and dinners are served in the chalet by a French cooking chef with the option of taking dinner in one of two restaurants if desired (and for a supplement), 24 hour room service is also available.
The hotel has a wellness spa which is open to all hotel and chalet guests with a heated indoor swimming pool (17 metres long), a sauna, steam room and relaxation room. There are also physiotherapists and an osteopath available (at extra charge) for a wide range of massages. The beauty therapists can also provide personalised treatments and massages based on Clarins products (extra charge).
Each chalet has its own spa with swimming pool, steam room, sauna and massage cabin along with a ski room and lift. Most chalets also have a cinema room.
|Bar & Restaurant La Mourra||
The bar and restaurant, located in the main hotel is open from 4pm each day. The restaurant serves a Japanese and French influenced cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Guests are welcome to eat in the restaurant instead of their chalet and will be given a €50 credit towards food.
|Restaurant Le Blizzard||
Located in Le Blizzard hotel, guests can opt to have dinner in this restaurant instead of in their chalet or the hotel La Mourra restaurant. Guests will receive a €50 credit for food.
Heated indoor swimming pool (17 metres long), sauna, steam room and relaxation room. With physiotherapists and osteopath to provide a wide range of massages on request and at extra charge.
|Spa 'My Blend By Clarins'||
Beauty therapists offer a full range of Clarins personalised massages and treatments , on request and extra charge.
The ski resort of Val d'Isere is a mecca for downhill skiing with a variety of ski runs to challenge all standards of skiers and, along with Tignes, it forms the Espace Killy ski area and the infamous Face de Bellevarde was the setting for the downhill skiing at the 1992 Olympics.
For those who don't want to ski or are looking for a break from skiing the Centre Aquasportif has fantastic facilities including 2 swimming pools, climbing wall, multi activity sports hall, fitness suite, gym, squash courts and a Wellness area with sauna, steam bath, spa, cold baths and hydro-massage.
Designated walking trails are a great way of appreciating the scenery and there is an ice rink, husky riding, parapenting, skidooing, cross country skiing and much more.
With a wealth of quality restaurants in the village and on the mountain (many of which are accessible to non skiers) there is plenty to choose from when dining out. The shops and galleries offer some great shopping (both the window and the real varieties).
Bring out the winter Olympian in yourself with this energetic but classic Alpine pursuit.
Bun J Ride
Experience Tignes' latest thrill seeking adventure - ski, board or toboggan attached to a harness with two bunjee ropes.
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.
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.
Location & directions
Val d`Isère, France
La Mourra is located at the entrance to the old village, 250m from the church and just a short walk to the village centre with shops and restaurants.
How to get there
Scott Dunn offers scheduled British Airways flights from London to Geneva followed by private transfers (2-hour 30-minute). Regional and private flights and private and helicopter transfers can also be arranged. Alternative airports include Lyon (2-hour 45-minute transfer) or Chambery (1-hour 30-minute transfer). Helicopter transfers take around 30 minutes.
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