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La Plagne is best known as a ski area in the Savoie region of the French Alps. La Plagne is a very popular winter destination with over 100 miles of slopes and a range of altitudes from 4,000 to over 10,000 feet. During the off-season, it is a giant green valley with just as breathtaking views. La Plagne is made up of nearly a dozen resorts spread across the original valley, high slopes, and cozy villages. Winter sports enthusiasts young and old will love the area as well as families and groups wanting a true winter vacation. At Venere, finding out which of La Plagne hotels are the best is never that difficult. Real guests give reviews full of useful details while our searches select the right hotels for our guests based on location and price.

What's La Plagne Like?

La Plagne offers dizzying alpine views and a gentle mix of nestled communes. The rustic villages - including Aime, Macot, and La Roche/Plangagnant - have everything from traditional wooden chalets to shops to spas to prime skiing action. La Plagne also has an eclectic mix of activities that go way beyond just skiing: luges, hiking, paragliding, health, and fitness. However, it's the epic skiing that draws most people, creating a vibrant international energy in the winter. The nearby Les Arcs resort connects to La Plagne via a large double-decker cable car, making the whole area one of the largest, and most crowded, ski areas in France. Yet, La Plagne makes it just as appealing to stay indoors and lounge at a cafe or hit the shops. La Plagne hotels cover all of the local points of interests, making for a varied stay.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in La Plagne

Due to the large amount of tourists, getting around in English is manageable. The local scene is probably best explored during the less-crowded warmer months when the natural landscape is really in full bloom. Traditional cuisine favors heavy foods and regularly feature cheese. Raclette is a cheese served at a table-top grill where it is then melted and spread over a plate of meat, potatoes and vegetables. Tartiflette is an au gratin-style baked dish made of sliced potatoes, bacon, onions, and cream. Polenta and local sausages are also traditional food staples in this area. Venere invites guests to see just how pleasant a stay at La Plagne hotels can be. We offer special savings, top locations, and honest reviews from real guests. All this makes our guests happy to book with Venere.