For the 2011-12 season Avoriaz, one of our most popular resorts is getting a face lift with the addition of 3 new residences in the Falaise and Crozats area.

We're really excited to anounce that our best selling resort is getting even better for next winter with the addition a whole new range of properties. This will inject much better quality apartments into the resort, it will provide more choice to our customers and there will be better facilities on offer when you're in resort. 

Three new residences are being built for the 2011-12 season - 6 new buildings containing 4 star apartments in the area of L’Amara, and 4 other buildings containing 3 star apartments in the area of Les Crozats.

The new 4 star apartments and a Spa and Leisure Centre will be built in a superb ski in, ski out location at L’Amara. The apartments have been really nicely designed and will be stylishly decorated with quality and conteporary furnishings. Some examples images are shown below.

The proposed 4* apartments in L’Amara

 

The new 3* apartments in Les Crozats will enjoy direct access to the slopes and will have a cardio training facility as well as a steam room and sauna built for guests to enjoy. Designed with the regional style in mind, the colors will be sophisticated and the furnishings stylish with a bright and open feel.

The new 3* apartments in Les Crozats

 

And finally, the 3* star Residence L’Electra, in the area of Les Crozats will will have the advantage of height with great views and direct access to the ski slopes and it will be linked to the centre of town by lifts. The decoration will be playful and bright with a quirky and slightly eccentric design.

The 3* star Residence L’Electra, in Les Crozats

 

With one of the largest ski areas in Europe on its doorstep and the addition of these exciting new residences, Avoriaz is a must see for any skier and it continues to be our top selling going into the 2011-12 winter season. So make sure you keep an eye on some of the fantastic deals on offer at PowderBeds in Avoriaz in the lead up to the 2001-12 winter season.

 

Posted by Adam Wagner on Thursday 28 Apr 2011

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