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New La Folie Douce Les Arcs

New La Folie Douce Les Arcs

It's back with another venue! Yep, that's right, La Folie Douce is opening a new apres ski bar and restaurant in Les Arcs 1800, bringing its legendary dancing on tables apres ski vibe to the Paradiski domain.

It only seems right to add in the Paradiski, as one of France's largest ski areas, since The Three Valleys (Meribel-Courchevel and Val Thorens), Espace Killy (Val d'Isere) and the newest of the bunch in the Portes du Soleil (Avoriaz) which opened last year in December, all have their own venues. They'll now be filling a Folie Douce gap in one of France's largest ski areas.

Folie Douce Les Arcs opens on 14th December 2019 and is accessible on foot by the Gondola de Villards or by skiing.

What’s great about this location? There is longer opening hours at La Folie Douce Les Arcs than any other venue in the station. The party lasts until 7pm daily and every Thursday there are special late opening hours.

There are 3 restaurants on site that cater for all tastes. La Fruitiere boasts special local cuisine in a sophisticated setting. La Petite Cuisine is a trendy self-service restaurant with a large menu of quality cuisine. Lastly, Le Butcher is a speedy snack bar for those that don’t want to waste a minute away from the mountain.

Just like the other venues, La Folie Douce Les Arcs is part of an eco-responsible approach where local materials have been used to build the bar, local products are used in the restaurants, and the best recycling methods are used, including carton compactors and glass grinders.

Folie Douce Les Arcs

Folie Douce will be bringing their legendary parties to Les Arcs 

Folie Douce Les Arcs

Folie Douce Les Arcs is currently under construction and due to open on 14th December.  

Folie Douce Les Arcs La Petite Cuisine
Designs for La Petite Cuisine restaurant

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