Arrivals & Departures

Easily, because located overhanging a private dead end road. You stop either in front of the large Chalet-Reception located in the center, or below this large chalet, in the covered car park. Then you go to Reception.
For the journey, La Grave is served as indicated in the “ Situation  ” menu  then details in “  Access ”.

As soon as you enter the station, large signs indicate the road to be taken for 100 m, from the main street, to arrive in front of the establishment. Guide yourself, if necessary, with your laptop and Google Map.

In Hotel, it is possible to check in to your room from 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (3:00 p.m. in very high season, in case of rush).
We can welcome you at the reception until 8:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Not having a restaurant on site, we invite you to come within this time slot, because we will be able to indicate you the restaurants corresponding to your expectations along with our useful recommendations.

In the Apart’hotel : arrival time between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. / departure 11 a.m.
Departure: 11h00 maximum for all formulas.
Practical : you arrive earlier, you can park already on site (in the covered car park if you have products to keep cool in your vehicle).

he covered car park is marked “Height 1.95m”, but actually allows you to go up to 2.05m.

On the other hand, outdoor parking on the private road in front of the hotel is easy (without limit of height or size), like the 5 parking spaces in the overhead parking lot, at the end of the road located 100 m from the reception.
Any other particularity (trailer for example), should be reported to reception who will advise you on the solution.

A question ?

Our team is at your entire disposal. Do not hesitate to contact us.

Current info

Winter : Booking for Derby are on ! Some appart’hôtel remain for 3 nights minimum. Click on « booking » & indicate dates

Summer : From july 09 th until August 20 th, Appar’hôtel stay are only from saturday to saturday.
Click & chose formula according your dates.
Hope to see you soon at « Le Pays de la Meije »