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Finding the Best Villard-de-Lans Hotels With Venere

Villard-de-Lans is one of the best Alpine destinations for anyone who wants to enjoy the thrill of descending pristine runs. It's also a great place to head to fill up with pure mountain air during the summer months. Whether you need somewhere that offers cut-price ski rentals, or a place to stay when hiking in the sunshine, Venere has partnered with the best Villard-de-Lans hotels. There are options to suit all price levels, centrally located places to stay in, and hotels that are tucked away in the hills. Every one of them has been reviewed by fellow visitors, and includes full information about facilities. Photographs of hotel rooms will help to give a picture of what is on offer, while location maps show where each establishment is relative to the ski lifts and transport hubs. Armed with this information, make an early booking and enjoy discounts with Venere's partner hotels.

What's Villard-de-Lans Like?

Located in the Isere department of France, Villard-de-Lans has plenty of appeal for ski fans. A key venue for the 1968 Winter Olympics, the resort has become a thoroughly modern family skiing destination, with pistes to suit all difficulty levels. If downhill skiing is not your passion, the town also offers snowboarding, ice skating, cross country skiing, and a lively après ski scene during the winter months. In summer, the resort reinvents itself as an outdoor paradise. Play golf, splash around at the town center water park, or head up into the Alps along 2,000 miles of hiking trails. Join a hot air balloon sight seeing trip or visit local beauty spots like the Grotto of Choranche, the dramatic "hanging houses" of Pont-en-Royans, or the Chateau de Vizille, with its museum dedicated to the French Revolution.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Villard-de-Lans

Whether you visit during the busy winter ski season or at the height of summer, getting along with the locals when staying in Villard-de-Lans hotels will be easy. Learning a little French will make a difference, however, so try to memorize a few phrases. That said, the touristy appeal of Villard means many people will speak at least basic English. The locals know the hills and ski runs inside out, so ask them for the most spectacular pistes or the best hiking trails. You should also join the locals in their passion for food. Isere has some great dishes, so tuck into Alpine fare like fondue or a plate of tartiflette. Satisfy everyone's appetite and have a great time by heading to Villard-de-Lans with Venere.