The Kaya is a superb hotel located in the Reberty area of Les Menuires, part of the world-renowned Three Valleys ski area. With its piste-side location and fabulous facilities, the hotel promises a winter holiday to remember. Within minutes of leaving the hotel, you can be skiing the 600km of fantastic varied pistes, then ski back to the door to soak up the last rays of sun from the large south-facing terrace with beautiful views or alternatively enjoy the relaxing indoor pool, with steam room and sauna.
Nestled amidst the breathtaking peaks of the French Alps, Les Menuires beckons skiers and snowboarders with its vast expanse of pristine slopes and charming village atmosphere. The Three Valleys ski area, encompassing Les Menuires and neighbouring resorts, boasts an impressive 600 kilometres of interconnected pistes, catering to all levels of expertise.
When the sun dips below the horizon, Les Menuires transforms into a lively après-ski hub. Cosy bars and restaurants line the cobblestone streets, offering hearty Savoyard cuisine and a warm atmosphere to unwind after a day on the slopes. Live music and lively conversations fill the air, creating a convivial ambiance that extends into the night.
Beyond skiing and snowboarding, Les Menuires offers a diverse range of winter activities to suit every taste. Families can embark on exhilarating sleigh rides through snow-covered meadows, while adrenaline junkies can test their limits on exhilarating snowmobile tours. For a more serene experience, glide across frozen lakes on cross-country skis or take a leisurely stroll through the picturesque village, soaking in the tranquility of the alpine landscape.
Whether seeking sun-kissed days on the slopes or adventurous escapades, Les Menuires’ ski holiday experience caters to every desire, promising an unforgettable winter escapade amidst the enchanting beauty of the French Alps.
Beginners can glide down gentle slopes like the Brelin and the Masse, gaining confidence and honing their skills amidst the tranquil surroundings. Intermediate skiers find ample terrain to explore, with meandering runs through forests and panoramic vistas of snow-capped peaks. Experienced skiers and snowboarders can challenge themselves on the steeper slopes of the Cime Caron and the Roc des Moine, or venture into the off-piste powder bowls for an exhilarating adventure.
Season Start / End: 4/11 – 4/4
Opening Times: 09:00 – 17:00
Total Slope Length: 600 km (3 Valleys)
Easy Runs: 172
Intermediate Runs: 125
Difficult Runs: 33
MOUNTAIN STATION ALTITUDE: 3230m
VALLEY STATION ALTITUDE: 1300m
TOTAL SKI LIFTS: 171
CHAIR LIFTS: 64
CABLE CARS: 5
DRAG LIFTS: 44
MAGIC CARPETS: 20