Hotel Panorama

  • France, Flaine

  • 4

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The new Hotel Panorama has an excellent location in Flaine, with its ski-in ski-out location it means you can easily explore the 145km of pistes that Flaine has to offer. 

Great value

Enjoy an all-inclusive stay in this warm and welcoming hotel, where everything has been designed with families in mind. The benefit of being on an all inclusive basis means all your meals and drinks are included, you can fuel up for a day of exploring at the buffet breakfast and return for a bite to eat at lunch. Once the slopes have closed for the day you can sit back and relax with a drink and an après snack, often including sweet treats, and then get ready for the buffet dinner where there's a large choice of dishes for all tastes. The hotel also features a Savoyard themed restaurant which is by reservation only, so you can enjoy regional dishes.

Family friendly

Throughout the winter season there's also children's clubs hosted by the hotels own animation team, where the clubs are designed specifically for different age groups. The younger guests can enjoy arts and crafts, games, a range of activities and discos, whereas the older teens have their own areas throughout the hotel to chill out but can also take part in a range of activities hosted by the activity leaders.

Fantastic location

With a piste side location, it is incredibly easy to get onto the Flaine Forêt slopes, click on your skis or tighten your bindings and head down the green run next to the Grand Van chairlift where you have access to the 265km across the Le Grand Massif ski area. The ski school is just across the road, so it is really easy for those just starting out. 

Soothing spa and relaxation

After a day on the slopes, enjoy relaxing in the hotels own wellness area featuring an indoor pool, sauna and hammam. If relaxing isn't for you, there's also a fully equipped fitness room with a range of equipment. Alternatively, make the most of the winter sun and sit back and relax on the sunny terrace with views of the surrounding slopes. 


  • Buy one get one half price on all 6 day prebooked lift passes for 30 March and 6 April 2024 departures
  • Resort altitude of 1,600 metres
  • Over 160 kilometres of slopes
  • Skiing to 2,500 metres

Flaine is a mountain resort famed for its monumental outdoor sculptures by artists such as Pablo Picasso and its concrete buildings inspired by the Bauhaus style of the 1960s, many of which house ski-in/ski-out accommodation. It's the only 1960s-era ski resort to be classified a French Historical Monument. Flaine is a really friendly, casual, and family-oriented resort with excellent value and facilities. It has a compact centre with numerous cafes, bars, restaurants, and shops. There are plenty of off-piste activities such as swimming, ice skating and a cultural centre with an art gallery that features the work of local and international artists.

Skiing and snowboarding in Flaine 

The majority of the skiing is in a large snow bowl, which offers incredible views of Mont Blanc and superb skiing for all abilities. It's also possible to explore the tree-lined runs leading down to the nearby resorts of Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoens, and Sixt with the Grand Massif Lift Pass. The blue Cascades piste is one of the longest pistes in the Alps, descending down into the historic Haut Savoyard village of Sixt Fer-à-Cheval. For advanced skiers, get the Grandes Platieres bubble and follow the signs to the Diamant Noir run, a demanding and steep black run.

Where to stay in Flaine 

We offer a selection of accommodation in Flaine Forum and Foret, many of which have easy access to the slopes, including the stunning Residence at Montsoleil and the unique and stylish Hotel Totem.

Bars and restaurants in Flaine 

Flaine has a number of bars and restaurants dotted around, both on and off the mountain. There's a variety of shepherd huts on the mountain serving Savoyard specialities, we recommend sampling the fondue in Le Michet. For an after ski drink head to Le White Pub which often has live music and a variety of beers to choose from.

What's included in an Inghams holiday to Flaine 

Flights, transfers and accommodation based on self catering or half board. Optional add ons include equipment hire, lift pass and tuition, please see the 'Ski extras' tab below for more information on these.

Skiing levels
Cross country

Mountain facts
Ski area 265 km
Runs 25 59 44 11
Longest run 0 Km
Lifts Drag lifts 0, Chairlifts 0, Cablecars 0
Slope direction
Ski/resort bus True
  • No. of rooms: 212


  • Check in: 5pm
  • Check out: 10am
  • Reception is open 24 hours
  • Official rating: 4


Premium double rooms have a double bed, sleep up to two people and have a balcony.

Two premium rooms can sleep up to five people and have a double bed in one room and twin beds with a sofa bed (for children only) in the second room. These rooms have a balcony.

Premium double view rooms sleep two people and have a balcony with a nicer view.

Two premium view rooms can sleep up to five people and have a double bed in one room and twin beds with a sofa bed (for children only) in the second room. These rooms have a balcony and nicer view.

Room facilities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Balcony
  • Safe
  • Bathroom with separate shower 
  • WC
  • TV
  • Mini fridge
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Beds made on arrival
  • Towels and linen included
  • Mid-stay housekeeping
  • All rooms take a cot



There are six adapted rooms available. Please give our Reservations team a call to book.

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

Longitude: 6.67780626
Latitude: 46.008453

  • Ski in/ ski out access
  • One minute walk (100 metres) to the nursery slopes and ski school meeting point
  • Five minutes (500 metres) to the centre of Flaine Forêt
  • Swimming pool
  • Wellness area with sauna and hammam
  • Massages and treatments (pay locally)
  • Kids clubs
  • Luggage storage
  • Ironing facilities
  • Ski lockers
  • Board games
  • Sun terrace
  • Après programme and evening entertainment 
  • Fitness area
  • Snowshoes available to hire
Family Facilities
  • Loan of bed, bath, bottle warmer and deckchair (for babies under 12 months) from reception 
  • Kids clubs for children between 4 months and 17 years old

The Club Hotel Panorama is on an all inclusive board basis. Breakfast, lunch, evening meals and drinks are included.

Enjoy an extensive breakfast buffet with a variety of hot and cold options. Head back to the hotel at lunchtime to enjoy the lunch buffet with a range of choices. After the mountain has closed for the day, cosy up with a drink and enjoy a variety of sweet treats as an after ski snack. 

Dinner is served buffet style so there is an option for everyone. You can also dine in the Savoyard themed restaurant which serves fondue, tartiflette and raclette - booking is required, just enquire with the reception team whilst you are away.

  • No of restaurants: 2

Board basis options available

  • All Inclusive

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarians

Please inform us of any special dietary requests (including vegetarian, gluten free and dairy free) when booking. All requirements will be taken from the buffet.

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per person from £1469
04/01/2025 - 7 nights
2 adults
From Glasgow Int.
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