/ alpe d'huez - advice
Hotel Chamois is central, not too expenseive, friendly, has good food but can be a bit noisy once a week when they have a party in the bar below.
Vaujany is a really nice place to stay that links into the area, and if you go by car La Grave opens up if that floats your boat.
was there 2 years ago and we stayed at the hotel petit prince, great accomodation and staffed by 90% swedish women oh yes it was a nice place to stay and it had a 2 man chair lift that you could ski to in the morning
Not much going on in the evening but if you just like beers in a bar its great. It also has a couple of restaurants and all the usual necessaries.
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