map of our hotel located at the foot of the ski slopes in french alps, grand massif

Hotel at the foot of the ski slopes in Haute-Savoie

At the foot of the ski slopes in the Grand Massif ski area

Hotel at the foot of the ski slopes in the Grand Massif's ski area in Haute Savoie.

Our Hotel Les Servages d'Armelle is located at the foot of the ski slopes of the Grand Massif ski area in Haute Savoie. Positionned next to the Timalets piste, the hotel is accessible on skis beside the slalom stadium, in the neighbourhood known as Les Servages.

The Grand Massif ski area means that you can ski or hike in 5 resorts (Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoëns & Sixt). From the hotel Les Servages, you will have access to ove 60 ski lifts leading on to 139 ski slopes.

Set off on skis to discover breathtaking views with an unspoilt view of Mont-Blanc from the Grand Massif's highest point at 2500m.

Getting here on skis:

Take the "Les Timalets" piste. The chalet is located at the bottom of the "Les Servages" slalom stadium .
For further information :  www.winter.grand-massif.com/lift-map

How to get to Les Servages d'Armelle?

Road access:

A40 motorway Geneva - Chamonix Mont Blanc, exit at junction 19 CLUSES FLAINE, follow the signs for Flaine - Les Carroz d'Arâches. 

By car or on foot:

From the centre of Les Carroz, take the Route des Moulins and then head up left towards "Les Servages" (approximately 1 km from the centre). The road ends with a car park opposite the restaurant.

GPS coordinates:   

Decimal: Latitude: 43.0205934 Longitude: 6.643324200000052   
Sexagesimal: Latitude: N46°1'14.1342'  Longitude: E6°38'35.9658'

Taxis:

Mont Blanc Taxi: +33 4 50 90 07 45 or +33 6 16 768 768 
For further information: www.flainetaxi.fr
Taxi Irène Martin: +33 4 50 90 00 60

By train:

Cluses SNCF-TGV train station is 15 km from the hotel.
Geneva train station is 50 km from the hotel.
For further information:  www.voyages-sncf.com

By plane:

Geneva International Airport is 65 km from our hotel, with a regular shuttle service from Cluses and Geneva.
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