There are many sports equipment rentals and specialty stores throughout the resort. You can easily rent or buy all the necessary equipment there.
When you enter a cafe or shop, skis should be left at the entrance. It is recommended to mark your own pair of skis as many sets of gear can be very similar. Marking will help to avoid confusion.
Each hotel is equipped with a special room for storing sports equipment. Bring skis and other sports equipment to hotel rooms is prohibited. When you deposit your gear for storing, do not forget to mark it with special colored tape or a sticker.
Several buses run throughout the resort from early morning until late evening. The periodicity of their routes is approximately 30 minutes during the daytime and 60 minutes early in the morning and after 21:00. You can easily reach any part of the resort by these buses.
Visitors of restaurants and bars should pay attention to menus, which usually have two types of prices - "at the bar” (au comptoir) and "at the table" (a salle). Tourists who chose to eat at the bar will pay on average 20% less than visitors who chose to seat at the table.
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