In addition to being perfectly placed for skiing holidays, the residence is also an excellent choice for visitors to Les Arcs 2000 during the summer months. The Ruisseau De l’Arc River is just 20 minutes away from the apartments. During the summer, this river plays host to a huge variety of water sports and activities.
The natural surroundings of the area also mean that guests have easy access to all of the hiking and landscape activities, which are popular in the warmer weather. See below for our guide to summer activities in Les Arcs 2000.
The wooden exterior of the Residence La Cime des Arcs blends in beautifully with the unspoiled, snowy surroundings and helps the relaxing, traditional atmosphere which makes the property so popular. On the inside, the apartments are warmly decorated and incredibly cosy, with exposed wood designs adding to the rustic appeal. Guests can enjoy a balcony or terrace on which to enjoy a drink or dine al fresco. A living room with comfy seating and dining area leads into the kitchen, which includes hobs, microwave oven, kettle, toaster, cafetière, fridge and dishwasher.
The residence consists of 42 apartments, which vary in capacity between two and ten people, and around half of these apartments include views of Mont Blanc, while the rest are south facing and provide equally impressive views of the resort’s southern scenery. Guests are invited to enjoy the 4-star luxury of the residence, with facilities such as an ambiently lit indoor pool, a relaxing steam room and sauna, plus there’s a gym for the activity-minded.
This is a self-catered property, which provides guests with all the modern kitchen facilities they need to cook daily meals. The nearest shops are 200 metres away, making it easy to buy groceries for cooking. Guests can also arrange for reception to deliver freshly baked bread and pastries to their apartment every morning for breakfast, as well as visiting the popular onsite restaurant which serves traditional Alpine and Savoyard cuisine.