Hotel Taj-I Mah (Arc 2000)

  • Paradiski Ski Area, France, Les Arcs

  • Luxury hotel situated at the summit of the Cabriolet lift
  • Ski in/ ski out, ski lifts and ski school meeting point outside 
  • Hot & cold buffet breakfast and delightful 5 course evening meal 
  • Large spa with indoor pool, sauna, steam bath, whirlpool, sensory showers and solarium, massages and treatments (pay locally); fitness room (in the La Source des Arcs Apartments)

Literally translated as 'Crown of the Moon' this first 5 star hotel in Les Arcs opened in December 2016 and exudes luxury. Enjoy dinner in either the gastronomic La Diamont Noir or the Savoyard speciality restaurant, La Rotisserie. This hotel has a fabulous ski-in/ski-out location and the ski lifts and ski school meeting point are located just opposite. Take the time to unwind after a days skiing in the Paradiski in the large spa with indoor pool, steam bath, jacuzzi, sensory showers and solarium, massages and spa treatments (pay locally) and guests also have free access to the fitness room in the La Source des Arcs apartments. 

Rooms

  • No. of rooms: 48
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 0
  • No. of interconnecting rooms: 2
  • Annex:
  • Official rating: 5

Twin or double bedrooms (please request at the time of booking) have bathroom, balcony, flat screen TV, minibar, coffee machine, hair-dryer and safe.

  • Classic rooms (A2) look out to the village
  • Club rooms (B2) have panoramic views over Les Arcs
  • Superior triple rooms (C3) have an additional shower in the bathroom
  • Family rooms (D4) for 4 consist of two interconnecting Club bedrooms (one double and one twin bedroom).

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Bedroom facilities

  • Cable or satellite programmes
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar or fridge
  • Room safe
  • Tea or coffee making facilities

Accessibility

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

Please contact us for details regarding accessible rooms.

Meals

  • Hot and cold breakfast buffet
  • 5 course evening meal comprising of an amuse bouche, starter, main, cheese course and dessert
  • Dress code for restaurants:

    Relaxed

  • Breakfast service:

    Buffet

Board basis options available

  • Half Board

Les Arcs

Les Arcs' vast ski reserve combines a great snow record with sumptuous north facing snow fields. The impressive Vanoise Express cable car provides easy access to a further 225km of pistes in neighboring La Plagne. Choose between three villages; Arc 1800 has an activity area comprising of aquatic centre, toboggan runs, fun trail, beginner's area and children's practice area, adding to its popularity with families and beginners. Arc 1950 is a pretty car free village with excellent restaurants, bars, shops and a spa, plus good access to the slopes. Intermediate and advanced skiers are attracted to Arc 2000 with its proximity to the Aiguille Rouge Glacier and fantastic doorstep skiing. 

Skiing Levels
  • Beginners
  • Intermediates
  • Advanced
  • Snowboard
  • Cross Country

Mountain Facts
  • Ski area 425 km
  • Runs
    12
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  • Longest run 7 Km
  • Snowparks

    2 snowparks

  • Lifts Drag lifts 43, Chairlifts 58, Cablecars 4
  • Slope direction N,W
  • Ski/resort bus True

Things to do in resort

Restaurants, food and drink

Les Arcs is an excellent ski resort for eating out with a wide choice of restaurants both on and off the mountain. Up in Arc 2000, the rustic Chalet de L’Arc is one of our favourite mountain restaurants. The prices can be expensive but the traditional atmosphere is highly recommended – especially the strong smell of reblochon and other French cheeses.

The French flavours continue off the mountain. In the centre of Arc 1950 the popular Le Mazot restaurant specialises in traditional Savoyard cuisine, such as fondue and tartiflette. Tables book-up quickly and we suggest booking in advance for your evening meal.

Just around the corner from Le Mazot, Le Vache Rouge is also highly recommended. This quirky restaurant greets outside visitors with a large red cow and the cow theme continues inside, both with the funky interior and on the menu. Beef steaks and burgers abound, but again it is the fondue (with meat platter) that makes us want to go back!

Tucked away in a quiet corner of Arc 2000, the delightful Au Refuge Gourmand is as cozy as it is charming. A very small restaurant – what it lacks in size it makes up for in friendly service and delicious food and drink.

Finally, if you’re looking for a quick snack in Arc 2000, it’s hard to find many better restaurants than the Bois de L’Ours, which specialises in delicious sandwiches, burgers and cakes. The chicken kebab is easily our favourite sandwich, and we’re a fan of the BMD and Les Meillures burgers. We hear the Pulled Pork burger is a fine choice too!

Après, bars, clubs and nightlife

There are plenty of bars dotted around Les Arcs. The main après scene is in Arc 1800 and revellers head to Bar King Mad (known as BKM) at the end of the ski day. We recommend first stopping off at the Igloo ice bar in Arc 2000 for a cheeky vin chaud blanc. The pounding dance music and neon clad ravers will certainly get you in the mood for a party!

Later in the evening partygoers head from BKM to Red Hot Saloon. Just a few doors down in the Arc 1800 village, this bar has a large terrace, which is an excellent place for chilling out on a bluebird day. Live music inspires crazy dancing until late into the evening.

At the top of resort, Arc 2000 has a great variety of après destinations. One of our favourites is the Bowling Arc 2000 – a fabulous mixture of bowling lanes, pool tables, arcade machines and, of course, a cocktail bar. The expert mixologists will even deliver your drinks to your bowling game – we love it!

Also in Arc 2000 is the popular Whistlers bar, a welcome retreat for many off-duty seasonaires. Whistlers has a charmingly grungy vibe and has a tendency to get very loud and lively in the evenings.

Clubbers are also welcomed in Arc 2000. Latino Loco is the go to destination for late night dance music and DJ sets.

Arc 1950 has a much quieter après scene, but we’ve had loads of fun at Les Belles Pintes Irish pub, dancing to cheesy eighties pop music until late into the evening. The piste side terrace of Chalet de Luigi Bar is frequently heaving at the end of the ski day and George’s Wine Bar is an excellent, friendly spot for a chilled après session.

Shopping

Shoppers should head to Arc 1950. There is a strong variety of sports equipment shops – from upmarket boutiques to specialised children’s sports retailers like Les Petits Troubadours.

Amongst the many equipment shops there are also a several places to buy gifts. Cascade Sucre, as the name implies, sells anything sweet, and has an excellent range of chocolates. There is even a little stall where you can buy ice cream.

You can also buy traditional Savoyard products, from ornaments to fine cheeses and liquors, at regional produce shops in both Arc 1950 and 2000. They make an excellent gift for friends and family who sadly couldn’t join you on your holiday.

Supermarkets are easily found across the resort, with one of the largest located in Arc 1950.

Spas and relaxation

Les Arcs has a fabulous range of spas and leisure facilities. The Cinq Mondes spa in Arc 1950 is a luxurious swimming pool complex and wellness centre. The indoor swimming pool is particularly impressive with grand chandeliers and rock features.

In Arc 1800 both the Hotel Eden and the Hotel du Golf have their own spa and relaxation facilities. And the state of the art Mille 8 complex has a stunning aquatic centre, just off the slopes and overlooking Mont Blanc. The exciting slides and water features are perfect for children.

Visitors to Arc 2000 have a fine choice of spas too. The Paradiski’s first ever 5 star hotel, the luxury Taj I Mah has a large spa area and indoor pool complex. Guests have access to saunas, steam baths, sensory showers and a solarium. Massages and beauty treatments are also available to buy locally. It’s the perfect place to unwind after a long day spent skiing.

Arts, culture and events

The winter season begins in Les Arcs with the yearly Les Arcs European Film Festival. Ten feature films go head-to-head to try to win the coveted Crystal Arrow – awarded by a prestigious jury of filmmakers.

Festive celebrations run throughout mid-December into the New Year, including a torch lit descent, fireworks and dancing at the Place Olympique on New Years Eve. A few days into January, the ‘nocturnal ski touring race’ La Pierre Blanche departs from Arc 1950 and races to Arc 1600. This one’s for fans of gruelling physical exertion in the dark.

Freeride Week takes place in Arc 1950 towards the end of January and offers a week of competitions to freeriding skiers and snowboarders from across the globe. The event includes the Freeride World Qualifier and the Freeride Junior Tour as well as talks on skiing safely off-piste.

Finally, Les Arcs turns into a home-away-from-home on the last week of March when The Great British Celebration arrives in resort. The whole resort is decked in Union Jack bunting and a series of events are hosted to celebrate all things British.


For more information on travel and transport visit our Les Arcs page

Extras

Winter 2018/19 Pre-bookable Lift Passes, Ski Hire & Tuition

SKI INCLUSIVE
Ski Inclusive – Save up to £70 per person

Book our Ski Inclusive bundle and save £s on your lift pass, skis / board and boots. See our Ski Inclusive page for details. 

FREE Paradiski lift pass upgrade offer for 6-day adult, child or senior passes - Departures 12 Jan, 19 Jan & 23 Mar.

FREE child lift pass offer (5-12yrs) when 2 adults pre-book Paradiski or Les Arcs  passes - Departures 22 Dec & 13 Apr.

Save up to £13 on each adult lift pass- pre-booked prices based on Paradiski 'TRIBU' offer

Learn to Ski Packs
6 days beginner Les Arcs only lift pass, 6 days ski & boot hire/ 6 days tuition (2.5hrs per day)
Adult £379

All Learn to Ski Packs must be pre-booked in the UK and are not bookable locally.

Lift Passes Days Adult 13-64 Child* 5-12 Senior* 65+ Family 
2 Ad & 2 Ch 5-17
Paradiski 
6 £265 £209 £209 £892
Discovery* 6 L £196
H £232
L £143
H £183
L £143
H £183
L £629
H £786

L (15-21 Dec & 20 April-end of season), H (22 Dec - 19 April)

*Discovery pass includes 1 day skiing in Les Arcs

*0-4yrs Free (issued in resort, photo required) /*75+ arrange pass locally

Equipment Description Blue Red Black
Adult 13+ Skis £89 £103 £117
Skis & Boots £120 £139 £156
Snowboard - £103 £117
Snowboard & boots - £139 £156
Child* 6-12  Skis & boots - £93 -
Snowboard & boots - £93 -

Equipment Hire (6 days) – Please see here for description of hire categories.

*White category skis/boots available for children aged 3-5: £51

*Child snowboard & boots 8-12yrs

Tuition (Arc 2000) Days Hours Adult 13+ Child* 5-12 
Ski/Snowboard 6 2½ hours per day £179 £179

*Child snowboard lessons 8-13yrs. Tuition for Arc 1800 available online.

Prices and supplements are correct at time of printing. Up-to-date prices will be confirmed at the time of booking.

Facilities

  • Large spa with indoor pool, steam bath, jacuzzi, sensory showers and solarium, massages and spa treaments (pay locally) using the luxury skincare brand Carita.
  • Guests also have free access to the fitness room in the La Source des Arcs Apartments.

Local Fees and Taxes

Resort Tax


Inghams Plus

  • Early Booking Offer: Save up to £640 per couple (ends 60 days prior to arrival excludes departures 29 Dec, 16 Feb & 2 March)
  • Free non-alcoholic welcome cocktail
  • Free bottle of wine per room on arrival

Special Offers

Your holiday

Accommodation
Hotel Taj-I Mah (Arc 2000), Les Arcs, Paradiski Ski Area
Half Board

Holiday details
15/12/2018,
7 nights,
from Isle Of Man,
2 adults, 0 children
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Total party from:
£2538

Per person from:
£1269