Welcome to Alpazur Hôtel*** in Val Cenis - Savoie
Hôtel Alpazur is in Lanslebourg, one of the villages in Val Cenis. It is connected to the ski area in Termignon upstream and to Lanslevillard downstream.
Val Cenis is a fantastic downhill ski area with 125 km of slopes between 1,300 and 2.800 metres altitude.
Hôtel Alpazur is located only 200m from this superb area! Skiing and new forms of winter sports are in the spotlight at Val Cenis, with providers of recreational activities such as snowtubing, bodyboard, yooner, xbike, snowkite, du snakesliding…
There’s not only downhill skiing at Val Cenis! Many other recreational activities are available such as cross-country skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, sledding, ice skating. Numerous events and demonstrations are also organised during the season.
Hôtel Alpazur is near the foot of the ski slopes and meeting places of the Ecole de Ski Français and mountain guides. Courses are available for children and adults, in groups or in private lessons.
At the foot of the Mont-Cenis mountain pass and 20 km from the Iseran mountain pass, bikers and cyclists enjoy climbing these mythic mountain passes. Hôtel Alpazur is equipped for them and for you! A biker relay station worthy of its name!
Mont-Cenis, its mountain pass, its lake and its forts are emblematic summer holiday places for hikers, cyclists and bikers. But within a 30-km radius around the hotel you will find numerous activities proposed by professionals.
The National Park of Vanoise, a leading national park in metropolitan France, offers visitors a wide open space for discovery and nature. Many walks and hikes for all levels can be taken through grandiose scenery where nature is sublime!
On skis, afoot, by bike or motorcycle, by bus... from the Val Cenis ski area in winter to the National Park of Vanoise in the summer… from a room at the Alpazur to the peaks of our mountains... let yourself be charmed by the jewels of the valley!
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