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What’s new in La Plagne for winter 2018/2019

What’s new in La Plagne for winter 2018/2019

La Plagne is one resort with 11 fantastic villages. The ski area is huge and varied with lift connections to Peisey Vallandry and Les Arcs, creating the massive 425km Paradiski area. You are guaranteed an epic week here with 70% of the slopes over 2000m, 2 skiable glaciers above 3000m, tree skiing, fun slopes and 131 km of cross country trails.

The villages over 1800m will open from Saturday 15th December this winter with everything else and the Paradiski links opening from Saturday 22nd December.

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New look for Plagne Centre

After a full renovation of the shopping centre, 8 million euros has been invested in improving the entrance to Plagne Centre. The new village square look will offer a covered bus station, an improved tourist office reception, a bar with panoramic views, a 4-lane bowling alley, an ice skating rink and an exhibition room.

La Plagne Centre New Look

New spa and swimming pool

Deep Nature is a new wellness centre in the middle of Belle Plagne. It will be open to all ages meaning that children can try the spa experiences, a first in the Tarentaise valley! The large facility is made up of 3 separate areas:

  • Premium spa area – For guests aged 15 years and over. Outdoor there is a counter-current swimming lane, whirlpool baths and Nordic baths, whilst indoors there are 3 saunas, a large hammam, a salt grotto, and a relaxation room. Entry is 32 euros for 2 hours including towel and flip flops.
  • Treatment rooms – A range of treatments are available for adults and children over 6 years old including dual parent/child sessions. Treatments start from 39 euros.
  • Family spa area – Kids and adults will love the outdoor ‘aquatic trail’ heated pool complete with waterfall, geysers, waterbeds, massage jets and more. Entry is 19 euros for adults and 13 euros for children under 15 for 2 hours. Robes, flip flops and towels can be hired separately.

The spa is open 7 days a week from 10 am – 12 pm and 2 pm - 8 pm.

New spa La Plagne

New Escape Room

In teams of 2-6 people participants have 1 hour to attempt to escape from one of two Escape Games by solving cryptic puzzles. Choose from ‘Hunting the Chuppa Yeti’ and ‘The Mont Saint Jacques Bunker.’ The games range from 20 – 38 euros per person.

Technology improvements

With the Paradiski YUGE app you can now create a personalised video on your holiday. YUGE tracks your ski activity, gives you the necessary snow information, guides you and advises you. It takes less than 3 minutes for YUGE to create your video at the end of your holiday.

Plagne Access is an innovative new payment and loyalty system that allows users to pay for activities and purchases in resort just by scanning your ski pass. La Plagne is the first ski resort to develop this cashless, contactless technology. By downloading the app and linking your bank card to your ski pass will allow you to use your ski pass for payments and benefit from exclusive deals.

Ski area improvements

5 boards will be dotted across the resort giving up to date information, suggesting the best routes plus an interactive piste map display to help improve skier flow on the mountain.

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