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Ski-in/out accommodation in Val d'Isere — Recommendations?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead

Across the road from Toviere in 2005. Ski in ski out, right at the bottem of OK run. Right next to the bus turn point. Unbeatable! (not available now)
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I've stayed in an apartment block near the Avancher for years and eaten there often. It is well run and the restaurant is good. The bus service is frequent at skiing times and rarely overcrowded. It can be a longer wait later in the evening but it is an acceptable walk back from Centre Ville if you aren't carrying skis. You can just about ski back to the area but I've rarely considered it worthwhile, it is easier to take the bus from the main descent points. As far as recommendations to stay in La Daille go, it is closer to the skiing but is also the aesthetically challenged end of the town.
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