Hotel des Deux Domaines
The Hotel des Deux Domaines is located at the entrance to Belle Plagne and faces South / South-West with gorgeous views across the unspoilt mountains of the Tarentaise.
Belle Plagne is one of eleven villages in the La Plagne resort. At 2,050 metres, it is one of the highest in the valley and offers some of the best and latest snows in the whole area. La Plagne is linked by cable car to Les Arcs and together these two domaines form “Paradiski”, one of the world’s biggest skiing areas with an incredible 239 pistes covering 425km of runs. Unlike many villages in the area, tight planning controls were imposed requiring all buildings to use traditional materials, so that Belle Plagne is one of the most picturesque in the valley. The village enjoys a number of bars and some very good restaurants, a wine bar with bowling alley as well as the vibrant Saloon barwhich stays open until the early hours for those looking to sample some lively French après-ski.
The cable car linking Belle Plagne to Plagne Bellecote stays open until midnight and offers the further distraction of a number of bars and clubs down in Bellecote village.
English developer with proven local success
The Hotel des Deux Domaines is an exclusive Four Star hotel development by Profin Développement et Gestion SA who bring absolute dedication to quality in every aspect of the design, construction and refurbishment of the hotel.
Profin’s first development involved the construction of six luxury chalets located in the village of Peisey-Les Arcs, which is also part of the Paradiski area. To see the Peisey chalets, visit: www.lesarcschalets.com
Profin is now completing a further four star hotel with its new "Deux Domaines, La Rosiere". Profin will shortly announce the signing of an exclusive franchise agreement with one of the leading hotel groups in the world. This exciting new boutique hotel is scheduled to open for the 2016 / 2017 winter season. Please go to: www.larosierehotel.com
New Franco-Chinese owners set to give facelift to one of France’s best-known holiday resort chains
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France's market authority, Autorité des Marchés Financiers, said that it had permitted the proposed takeover of Club Mediterranee by a consortium led by Fosun, a Chinese fund group.
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