Chalet Iceberg, Tignes (Formerly Le Grand Ski)
This popular chalet is ideal for two families, with its separate two-roomed sleeping areas for each family, each with individual staircase access. There is a comfortable lounge and a separate attractive dining-room, each with a crackling log fire and large picture windows affording fabulous views of the lake.
Both double bedrooms also have full-height picture windows looking out across the lake to the mountains beyond. The twins and all bathrooms have partially restricted headroom, but it is these eaves ceilings and plentiful wood panelling which add such character to the chalet!
Nursery and Spritelet children will eat their lunch here with their accompanying child care staff.
Holidays to this property are particularly suitable for families.
Features - Chalet Iceberg, Tignes
- A charming, cosy chalet
- Individual family accommodation
- Two log fires
- Chardonnet ski lift approx. 2 minutes walk (200m)
- Les Marmottons childrens' ski area approx. 5 minutes walk (500m)
Accommodation - Chalet Iceberg, TignesGround Floor
Dining-room with fireplace & balcony, kitchen, living room with fireplace & balconySecond Floor
Staircase out of living roomRooms 1&2
- (Sleeps 4) Twin room (internal window) with bath/WC and double room with bath/WC
Spiral Staircase out of dining roomRooms 3&4
- (Sleeps 4) Twin room (internal window) with bath/WC and double room with bath/WCRooms 1 and 3 (the two twin rooms) will take a cot
Meals - Chalet Iceberg, Tignes
For six days of the week the staff prepares all your meals.
Breakfast: A good breakfast is essential on a ski holiday, so we provide a choice of cereals or porridge, fruit juices, plentiful tea and coffee, local bread (and croissants or ‘pains au chocolat’ in France), cold meats, cheeses and preserves, and boiled eggs. This is normally presented buffet-style for you to help yourself. Additionally we offer a daily hot dish, such as scrambled eggs with mushrooms or home-made pancakes.
Afternoon tea: The traditional ‘welcome home’ after a day on the slopes will be laid out for you by your chalet host, ready for your return. A good cup of tea or coffee is the perfect accompaniment to a delicious slice of freshly home-baked cake.
Children’s High Tea : Served at around 5.30pm and supervised by our staff, high tea provides children under 13 with a healthy menu, but tailored more towards children’s tastes than our main adult dinner.We offer an alternative choice for High Tea in all our Chalet Hotels. In the same way that parents are asked to select their evening’s choices at breakfast time, children will be offered alternative choices including home-made healthy options as well as standard children’s favourites.
Puréed food is available for infants on request. Parents are asked to accompany children under 36 months, whilst children 3-12 years will be supervised by staff.
Children under 13 are not allowed to join the adult-only dinner.
Adult Dinner: Four-course evening meals, chalet dinners start with canapés and an apéritif, followed by an appetiser, main course and dessert, accompanied by a choice of wines, and followed by coffee with mints or chocolates.