There are three or four restaurants in La Tania, which offer reasonably priced food in welcoming surroundings. The hotels Telemark and Montana also have restaurants open to the public. The resort has a variety of fast food on offer whilst La Farcon offers something for the more upmarket taste.
Ensure that you make time somewhere during your stay to sample one of the local Savoyard specialties, like a Pierre Chaud (Hot stone to cook your own food on) or Tartiflette (Fundamentally cheese, bacon and potato pie but irresistible!).
The resort has a few bars and the vibe is very much for relaxed fun. The most well known and hence usually the busiest is Le Ski Lodge, where you can sometimes find live music, but you will always find a friendly welcome. At the Telemark's bar you'll find live music at weekends, as well as TV sport and other entertainments.
There is a host of other activities that can be enjoyed away from the slopes of the Trois Vallees, including Ice Hockey, Skating, Squash, Snowshoeing, Bowling, Climbing and Karting. You might also get to watch the amazing Ski Jumping in Le Praz when the competitions are on.
Beat the crowds with an early start and you will be rewarded with some great conditions and awesome views.
Remember your piste map and the times of the last lifts home, if you are venturing across to the other valleys of Val Thorens and Meribel.
Last Updated: Feb 2010