Chalet Inoko - Val dIsere

Le Cret. Chalet Inoko is set in a peaceful location amongst woods on a hillside. The drawback to this tranquil position is that it is an 800 metre walk (350 metres of it steep) down to the village and the skiing.

This traditional wood-clad chalet is simply furnished with the advantage of separate living and dining rooms, both of which have log fires. The bedrooms are of a good size and there are 3 bathrooms to 5 bedrooms. The dining room has a large balcony from which to take in the views and relax in the sun after a day on the slopes. Inoko’s prices represent tremendous value for money in a resort of this calibre. Self-drivers please note that snow chains are advised, as the road to the chalet is often very snowy.

Ground Floor:

  • Rooms 1 & 2 = 2 twins (beds in Room 1 are close together)
  • Living room with fireplace, TV & DVD
  • Bathroom
  • Separate WC

First Floor:

  • Room 3 = double with balcony
  • Room 4 = large twin
  • Dining room with fireplace and door to balcony
  • Bathroom
  • Separate WC

Second Floor:

  • Room 5 = large quad (4 single beds) with balcony
  • Bathroom with WC

Chalet staff live in and share guest bathroom facilities with Room 5.

Supplements & Discounts

  • Rooms 3 & 4 add £3 pp/pn
  • Room 5 (quad) deduct £5 pp/pn (if full)

Val d’Isère Ski Resort
World class in all aspects
Val d’Isère is one of the most popular resorts in the French Alps and has managed to retain its beautiful traditional village feel. Elegant and cosmopolitan, with its origins in medieval hunting estates, Val d’Isère has an array of shops, bars, clubs and restaurants to suit all tastes. The nightlife in Val d’Isère is outstanding and renowned all over the Alps, attracting many celebrities from all over the world.

Val d’Isère is a fantastic and beautiful resort; it definitely lives up to its reputation. Coming up the road to Val D’Isère from Bourg St. Maurice, you will first arrive in La Daille, which isn’t the most attractive part of Val D’Isere but it is convenient for access to the slopes. Val D’Isere itself is big and busy but it’s very attractive and the addition of wood and stone-cladding and the sparkly fairy lights make for a welcoming atmosphere. There are some good bus services to get you to the main lift stations so the location of your accommodation in this respect is not too important. If, however, you are keen to sample the wonderful nightlife in Val D’Isère the bus service in the evening isn’t quite so efficient so you might want to check whether you are within walking distance of the bars. Val D’Isère can appear more British than French, but this is only a slight grievance and shouldn’t take away from this wonderful resort. Ste-Foy is a just a short car or bus journey away, and is well worth a day trip (if you have bought a 6 day pass for Val D’Isère you will have 50% off a Ste-Foy pass). There are only 4 ski lifts in the resort but these lifts give you access to some of the best off-piste terrain around.                       

The skiing in the Espace Killy (combining Val D’Isère and Tignes) is one of the biggest and best ski areas in the Alps. There are 300km of marked runs: 20 green, 60 blue, 35 red and 16 black, and the terrain caters for all. The three sectors of Val D’Isère’s slopes are Bellevarde (home to the legendary Face run), Solaise, a sunny area perfect for intermediates, and Le Fornet, which has beautiful views and great freeriding potential.

Activities in Val D’Isère include driving on ice, driving a team of huskies, ice skating, scenic helicopter flights, sports, rock climbing, and swimming. You could also visit a health spa, take a yoga class or simply go shopping on Val D’Isère’s great high street. Events in Val D’Isère include the Alpine Skiing World Cup event, the XBOX Big Day Out, La Scara, the Val D’Isère classical music festival, the Adventure and Discovery Film Festival and is Musicaval Music Festival. Val D’Isère has also been chosen to host the 2009 World Alpine Skiing Championships.

Skiing and boarding in Val d’Isère
The combined lift systems of Val d’Isère and Tignes (the famous Espace Killy - 300km of marked runs) offer some of the very best skiing and boarding in the world. The excellent lift system also provides access to some of the most exciting off-piste in the Alps, such as Le Tour du Charvet, Le Grand Vallon and the Col du Pers. The snowpark facilities are well developed and offer the opportunity to try a little freestyle, if you feel up to it!

Henry's Avalanche Talks (HAT) are joining us on the slopes in Val d'Isere this winter, and we are excited to make guests available to exclusive prices for 2 days of invaluable experience.

Apres Ski in Val d'Isère
Val d’Isère offers possibly the most trendy and lively après-ski anywhere in the Alps. Look out for the Pacific Bar, Saloon or Le Petit Danois for mingling with fellow countrymen or Café Face and The Lodge for more of an experience of French ambience. The famous Dick’s T-Bar is open late – for those with the energy for dancing! Val d’Isère offers a wide variety of restaurants to please any appetite; from fish and sushi to the local savoyarde style. There is also an ice rink, fitness centre, swimming pool, ice climbing, skidooing, ice karting and parapenting.

This winter we are delighted to offer a private nanny service in partnership with t4 Nanny in Val d’Isère. For more information on t4 Nanny and what they can offer during your family ski holiday, please contact us.

Resort Rating:
Snow: *****
Beginners: ***
Intermediates: *****
Advanced: *****
Snowboarding: *****
Off piste: ****
Après-ski: *****
Non skiers: **




Holiday Name : Chalet Inoko  
Reference : SW

Holiday guide

  • Type: Chalet
  • Board basis: Chalet Board
  • Sleeps: 12
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Open Fire: Yes
  • Piste/Lift: 800m
  • Ski Bus: 800m
  • Town centre: 800m
  • WiFi: Yes

Resort guide

  • Snowmaking machines: 692 machines
  • Resort height: 1,850m, 6070ft
  • Highest lift: 3,456m, 11,335ft
  • No. of lifts: 94
  • No. of slopes: 155
  • Total piste length: 300km
  • Snowparks: 2 including boarder cross
  • Purpose built: No
  • Glacier: Yes
  • Transfer times: Geneva: 3 hrs 30 mins, Grenoble: 4 hrs, Chambery: 2 hrs 30 mins
  • Train transfer: 40 mins
Guide price per person,
Price based on entry level accommodation at full occupancy. Including flights from London, flights from regional airports are available subject to supplement.  In resort charges may also apply please see full holiday details.
Prices and rooms are subject to availability and change. Supplements may apply. Terms & conditions apply. Please call and ask about other types of accommodation including all-inclusive.