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.
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
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.
When to visit
Book an indulgent massage to ease those aching muscles.
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.
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.
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.