Ski Chalets in Tignes for Rent

Why stay in Tignes

Tignes checks off all the right boxes as an ideal ski destination: it’s equipped with modern lifts, offers a wide range of advanced skiing options, and connects to Val d'Isère to form one of the largest ski resorts in France. Away from the slopes, Tignes offers a diverse range of nature and adventure activities—making it a great holiday destination all year round.

Chalets in Tignes

We offer a wide selection of luxury chalets in Tignes across all of its five villages: Val Claret, Tignes Le Lavachet, Tignes Le Lac, Les Boisses and Les Brévières.
Les Boisses and Les Brévières—both of which are located further down the mountain—offer quieter settings, and are great options for families and beginner skiers. Val Claret lends itself to advanced skiers—it’s the highest village in Tignes, and also offers easy access to the Tignes–Val d'Isère ski area and the Grande Motte. All the villages are well-connected, so you can easily travel between the different villages on skis, as well as by shuttle bus or car.

Family activities in Tignes

Tignes offers plenty of opportunities for skiing across the year. It has the longest ski season among ski resorts in France, so skiers get to hit the slopes between October to May, as well as during July and August on the Grande Motte glacier.
To enjoy a wider range of ski trails and off-piste skiing, purchase the Tignes-Val d’Isère ski pass. It offers access to 300 km of pistes across two ski resorts. For beginners, purchasing just theTignes Valley pass may be a better option.
And while most of the ski schools are based in Tignes le Lac, you’ll find ski schools in each of the villages in Tignes. The ski schools typically offer courses or activities for children aged three and up. Do reach out to your Tignes chalet concierge if you need further information or assistance with engaging a ski instructor.
Away from the slopes, there’s a wide range of activities to keep the little ones entertained. Head to Le Lagon Tignes, a watersports complex with a swimming pool, leisure pool with wave machine, water slides and Jacuzzi-style massage beds. The centre also features a wellness area complete with hot tubs, saunas, a steam room and ice bath, as well as a gym—so it’s the perfect place for grownups to unwind or get a workout while the kids have fun.
Try indoor climbing Tignespace, a sports complex with climbing and bouldering walls for climbers of all levels. Or catch a movie at the cinema in Val Claret. There are usually two screenings each night, with an additional screening included on bad weather days—so it’s a great alternative for days where you can’t hit the slopes.

Activities and points of interest in Tignes

Tignes is an outdoor lover’s paradise. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, you can try out sledging, snow shoeing, ice diving, ice floating and mountain biking in the snow. Your Tignes chalet concierge can help with signing you up for tours and lessons, or renting the equipment you need.
Ice diving is quite an experience. Accompanied by a qualified instructor, you’ll plunge into the icy waters of a lake. You’ll feel at one with nature as you enjoy the silence. Watch closely as the light shines through the surface ice—it creates beautiful effects underwater. Mountain biking in the snow is a different way to enjoy the thrill of descending down the slopes—and it’s an activity that adrenaline junkies will relish.
The summer is the perfect time to enjoy activities like paddle boarding, kayaking, Via Ferrata climbing, mountain biking, beach volleyball and trampolining. You can also unwind with a leisurely stroll in nature, picnicking by the lake or attending outdoor music events.

Restaurants, cafes & bars in Tignes

While each of the villages in Tignes offer a good selection of shops and dining venues, the villages of Tignes Le Lac, Tignes Le Lavachet and Val Claret stand out with their wide-ranging dining options. Val Claret, in particular, offers a lively après-ski scene, and is a great option for vacationers who enjoy vibrant nightlife entertainment.
Tignes has its fair share of Michelin-starred restaurants—which includes venues like Ursus and Le Panoramic. Other popular dining venues include La Pignatta, a cosy Italian restaurant set in the heart of Val Claret, and Le Kaya, a restaurant that serves innovative gourmet cuisine.
The diverse après-ski scene in Tignes offers something for every vacationer. Cocorico Après Ski, a live music bar attracts a fun-loving crowd with live music, DJs and an outdoor dance floor. For a quieter evening, head to Le Couloir Bar & Restaurant or Coeur des Neiges.
If you’re staying in, self-catering at your chalet in Tignes is a convenient option too. Our chalets in Tignes are centrally located, so you can easily reach the local markets and shops (kitchen pre-stocking is also an option). Your Tignes chalet concierge can make arrangements for private dining experiences too—so you can sit back, relax and enjoy having a restaurant experience brought right to your table.