Alpe d’Huez – Le Quartz
from 530,000 €
These brand new apartments are right next to the Vieil Alpe Express which takes you directly to the Bergers snow front. The shops and bars are also all within walking distance.
This boutique collection of 15 ski-in-ski-out apartments boasts a typical Alpine chalet-inspired facade and elegant, modern interiors with Alpine influences. All of these Alpe d’Huez properties are south-facing and come with fully equipped kitchens and bathrooms as well as a balcony. In addition, many of the properties command magnificent views over the slopes and the village and all of the duplex apartments benefit from a stove. Ski lockers are included for all apartments and caves (storage rooms) may be purchased for an additional fee.
Thanks to the ongoing €185m renovation project which will improve the ski lift infrastructure, extend the ski domain and create more tourist residences, Alpe d’Huez will become part of the third-largest ski domain in the French Alps with 450km of piste. This in-demand resort recorded occupancy rates of up to 93% in 2018 which means that future owners can expect good rental yields too. Plus, occupancy rates are set to rise as the improved facilities will further increase the popularity of the resort.
With an average below 9,000€ sqm, these properties are well-priced for both Alpe d’Huez and the French Alps as a whole as similar properties in high altitude resorts, such as Val d’Isère and Méribel, can command prices twice as high.
Named the Best European Ski Resort 2020 by European Best Destinations, Alpe d’Huez is a certified Famille Plus ski resort in the Grand Domaine. The resort is famed for its 300 days of sunshine, earning it the nickname of ‘Ile du Soleil’, and is the host of the winter edition of the world-famous Tomorrowland music festival. With high occupancy rates between 88% and 93% recorded in 2018, the most popular time to visit the resort is from late February to the end of March.