We have just returned from a week stay in Chalet Aigle and it was fabulous! Tignes is an amazing resort and I'm sure I don't need to say an awful lot about the ski area as it has been discussed thousands of times, but Chalet Aigle however is fantastic. The employees do a brilliant job. We stayed in room 25 which is small and comfortable but more than adequate for a couple on a weeks holiday. Showers were always hot and there is the added bonus of a pool and sauna in the chalet. Food was great; breakfast was continental plus a hot cooked option every day, the cakes at afternoon tea were lovely and dinner was 3 plentiful courses (with choices) with aperitifs and canapés beforehand and cheese afterwards - we never went hungry! The location is excellent - a piste runs immediately to the rear of the property (which takes you down to the Chaudennes and Paquis lifts) so it is a very short walk to join it in the morning and you can ski pretty much back to the door at the end of the day. The only downside to the week was that several guests who hired skis were recommended Inter Sport had their skis stolen and had to pay large amounts of money to Inter Sport (even if they had taken out the insurance - €200 rather than €750) It all felt rather too suspicious when on visiting the police station to report the theft, one guest found 10 other Inter Sport customers reporting the same thing! This is obviously not their fault (and they assured us that they probably won't be recommending Inter Sport anymore), but it is worth being aware of - take ski locks with you!
Overall I would highly recommend both Chalet Aigle if you are planning on visiting Tignes.
Accommodation & Value 5/5