Choose from a modest range of around 20 places to eat in the village. Despite the limited choice, La Rosière has built up a bit of a reputatuon for good quality food. There are lots of charming little places with atmospheric décor and dishes that feature local ham and beaufort cheese. You can also find affordable pizzas and crêpes, or even cross the border to Italy for an authentic pizza/pasta lunch.
• Le Genepi – A really special place run by a French chef and his English wife. Choose from a menu of high-quality Savoyard dishes, including excellent steaks and pierrade.
• Le Petit St Bernard – Opt for traditional local fare like tartiflette, raclette, fondue or pierrade with five types of meat - or go a little more upmarket and choose the set gourmet menu or chef's menu.
• Le Flocon, Les Eucherts – The friendly staff and cheerful atmosphere are somehow reflected in the food - hearty favourites like burgers and pizza, as well as other meat dishes. There's also a bar and bowling alley in the same building.
• H40 Brasserie Restaurant, Hyatt Centric – For some classic, yet trendy, French brasserie-style cuisine, make sure you make a reservation here. What's more, all their wines originate from solely mountainous areas - think France, South Africa and New Zealand.
• L’Antigel (Tetras piste) – Light, modern and spacious, this place has it all – a great menu of mountain favourites, an excellent wine list and a lovely terrace.
• Le Plan du Repos (top of Roches Noires chairlift) – One of the most popular on the mountain due to it’s brilliant location, huge terrace, self-service menu and amazing views.
La Rosière is a lovely little family resort, so nightlife isn't going to be as prominent as it is in somewhere like Val Thorens. However, there are a few bars split between La Rosière and Les Eucherts, and Tuesday is the liveliest night of the week as this is when the chalet hosts hit the town.
• Bar 1850 – This classic French bar is always brimming with lively locals, a buzzing atmosphere and live sports on the TV.
• Moo Bar – Located in Les Eucherts, this spacious and modern bar has comfy sofas, cocktails and thumping music until the early hours.
• Le Comptoir – This Scandinavian-themed bar is open until 2am and is one of the friendliest places in the middle of La Rosière. You can enjoy a drink on the terrace and watch the sun goes down, enjoy Danish après-ski parties, cocktail nights, live music and other themed nights throughout the week.
• Take advantage of the sun by skiing the south-facing slopes in the morning and the north in the afternoon.
• L'Ancolie in Les Eucherts is a hidden gem of a restaurant serving some of the best food in resort. Book in advance to avoid disappointment.
We’re all about giving you support, expertise and knowledge before, during and after your holiday - it’s what we do. Our service includes:
- 24/7 support and assistance via phone, email or even Twitter.
- Online info pack with tons of resort info and tips.
- Ski Explorer app with maps, snow reports, recommended routes and a friend finder.
- Weather, travel and resort updates via Facebook, Twitter or text message.
There won’t be a rep based in La Rosière, but we’ll meet you at the airport to give you your vouchers if you’ve pre-booked lift passes, equipment hire or tuition, to make sure you’re ready for the mountain. There won’t be any Crystal-run après events, but you can check your info pack or the Ski Explorer app for details on local events and activities.
All our holidays include shared transfers to and from your accommodation. However, if you would prefer a private transfer, this can be added when booking. These are taken by car, 6-seater or minibus, depending on the number of people in your booking.
Make the most of the 160km of slopes in the Espace San Bernardo ski area by taking a trip - or several trips - to La Thuile in Italy. After tackling the runs in La Rosière in the morning, avoid the sunny afternoon pistes and head to La Thuile for challenging north-facing slopes and authentic Italian pizzas - it's a must-do for intermediates and experts. Just head to the Fort and take the two Bellecombe draglifts (3km long in total) over the border. Though make sure you allow enough time coming back as the Italian lifts close early and there may be queues.