La Tania has just 10 restaurants, but there's some amazing quality food and a surprisingly wide choice. Most places are cheerful and relaxed, with lots of local dishes. Fondue and pizza are common. You can also catch a bus or taxi to Courchevel for more options.
• Le Farçon – Michelin-starred since 2006, this place is not to be missed. The incredible cuisine has attracted fans from far afield, including Heston Blumenthal, to dine on classic dishes like Clavisy lamb, lobster, rabbit and pigeon.
• La Ferme de la Tania – A family-friendly, slopeside restaurant serving excellent fondue and raclette. They also offer wafer-thin pizzas and incredible côte de boeuf for two.
• Les Marmottons – Possibly the best place for pizza, their huge menu also includes tartiflette, tartichevre, reblochonnade, raclette and fondue, plus other meat and pasta dishes.
• Pub le Ski Lodge – Owned by an ex-pat, here you can get excellent pub grub like burgers and fish and chips, as well as more unexpected dishes like Thai curry and kangaroo. Finish with homemade apple crumble.
• La Taiga – Owned by the same person as the Ski Lodge, this place is a bit smarter and more traditional, with a French/Savoyard menu that includes things like snails, duck and venison and well as the usually cheesy staples.
• Wok Ski (bottom of Moraine chairlift) – Busy skiers can stop here and build their own noodle or rice box for a quick, healthy and value-for-money lunch.
• Le Cap Horn (Courchevel Altiport) – Book early to nab a table here and sample their amazing seafood or sushi. Come après time, the huge terrace comes alive with DJ music and table dancing.
• Le Bouche à Oreille (top of Les Granges) – The two Michelin-starred chef tempts diners with proper regional cuisine – no stodgy food here – to compliment the wonderful views.
• Le Chalet de la Marine (Dalles piste) – The epitome of a mountain hut, with a roaring fire, sheepskin rugs and tasty local cuisine, plus live music and DJs on the terrace in the afternoons.
La Tania is very much a family resort, so nightlife is pretty sparse. There are good-value bars at the foot of the piste where you can sip a drink or two before heading back to your hotel, but other than that, nightlife is pretty informal with a few reasonably-priced bars.
• Pub Le Ski Lodge – This is the main social hub in resort and is said to be a Jägerbomb heaven. The prices are decent, there are some big party nights with live music and even a few fun drinking games.
• La Taiga Bar – A bright and modern cocktail bar with plasma TVs showing sports matches, live music twice a week and a crackling fire. It's popular with a slightly older crowd who aren't looking for a raucous night out.
• If you're confident on reds, take the Bouc Blanc or Moretta Blanche back to the resort - they're usually quieter.
• On Wednesdays, the slopes stay open for night skiing - ski till 8pm and then have dinner on the mountain.
We’re all about giving you support, expertise and knowledge before, during and after your holiday - it’s what we do. Our service includes:
- 24/7 support and assistance via phone, email or even Twitter.
- Online info pack with tons of resort info and tips.
- Ski Explorer app with maps, snow reports, recommended routes and a friend finder.
- Weather, travel and resort updates via Facebook, Twitter or text message.
Our reps will meet you at the airport and help get your lift passes, equipment hire and tuition sorted. They’ll also be available in La Tania so, if you need anything during your trip, just check your info pack or the Ski Explorer app to find out where they’ll be, and come and have a chat.
All our holidays include shared transfers to and from your accommodation. However, if you would prefer a private transfer, this can be added when booking. These are taken by car, 6-seater or minibus, depending on the number of people in your booking.