Off the slopes, the village has everything you would expect from a French resort.
Standard French with plenty of meat and cheese. L’Outa serve huge cotes du beouf and a savagely stinky raclette.
If you’re looking for a big night you’ll be disappointed evenings can be dull and uneventful. If you just fancy a few pints with your fellow boarders then the place does have some well chilled out bars. Le Bacchal is a gem of a place with a well chilled out vibe, for a pint of wheat beer check out Paulaner in La Braise, and for some tunes and barmaids head to Les Cave du Paccaly. There's also Club 21 for a late night pint.
There's a good selection of beds ranging from expensive chalets to cheap, shared apartments, set in a traditional French-style village. Accommodation, shops, and restaurants are located within easy reach of the slopes, with many slope-side hangouts.