Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Val d'Isere

Jean Sports
Shop 'til you drop at Jean Sports, which offers everything the serious skier needs for a season on the slopes.
Lo Soli
Lo Soli offers a gorgeous menu of homecooked food, views overlooking the Tignes Valley and one of the best hot chocolates on the mountain.
Doudoune
Doudoune is one of Val d'Isere's superclubs; expect big-name club nights and even bigger-name DJs hosting them.
Le Graal
Flashy and Euro-trashy, Le Graal is one of Val d'Isere's most happening hotspots; go late and finish even later.
The Fall Line
A small walk away from the action is awarded here with nightly drinks promotions and a foosball table – what more could you want?
The Pedrix Blanche
They say that variety is the spice of life, and that's certainly the case at The Pedrix Blanche with everything from fish to meat on its mouthwatering menu.
Victors
Expect daily 2-4-1 cocktail promotions and modern Asian fair at this Scandinavian-owned den.
La Poudreuse
Those who are as serious about their style as they are their ski head to La Poudreuse for upscale clothing, accessories and equipment.
L’Edelweiss
L'Edelweiss is a serious restaurant for serious foodies; be sure to book, even when the resort is quiet.
L’Atelier d’Edmond
Decidely upscale, L'Atelier d'Edmond is a restaurant with a past in the hamlet of Fornet.
The XV Bar
The XV Bar is a rugby-themed bar that offers beer, matches on-screen and plenty of attitude.
Etoile des Neiges
Etoile des Neiges is a foodie haven, with a menu that tours the globe and views of the dam at nearby Les Boisses.
Snowberry
Voted the best rental shop in Europe, Snowberry certainly has a lot to live up to; and it does, with an excellent array of equipment and accessories.
Hotel Le Brussel’s
Le Brussel's is the oldest family-run hotel in Val d'Isère, with the most enviable location to boot.
Dicks Tea Bar
Dicks Tea Bar is the most famous watering hole in the French Alps; up to 1,000 club kids crowd in each and every day for cocktails and chatter.
La Luge
Cheese is the thing at La Luge, with fondues and raclettes aplenty.
Pier, Paul & Jack
Pier, Paul & Jack; three restaurants under one roof, three different ways to dine, all of them excellent.
Sur La Montagne
With its beautiful sunbathed terrace, diverse food options and a colourful play area for children, this ‘On The Mountain’ outlet is perfect for long lazy lunches
La Fruitière
Decked out like a traditional Alpine milking parlour, La Fruitière is all about dairy.
Cafe Face
Stripped brick walls, comfy couches and low lighting add charm to the Euro beats and sliding scale of drink prices...

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