There are a number of good value restaurants and cafes such as Le Crocodile, Le Cuban Cafe, La Raclette, La Marmotte and Le Rendez - Vous.
A few local bars can be found in resort centre offering quiet nightlife after a full day on the slopes. The downside to the resort is that the bars and evenings activities are pretty much located in and around the arcade which is not the prettiest of locations. Over the years the resort has improved its look, and still maintains a great resort record for the Southern Alps.
Isola is a small, high, purpose - built resort. Built at the end of the 1960s the slope - side centre is a complex of block like apartments, with shops, bars and restaurants. Due to the great base height of Isola - the lowest of the slopes is at 1840m. The resort gets different weather from other major French resorts, so it can have masses of snow when the rest of the French Alps have none and vice versa. Regulars say there is always snow and plenty of sun.
The Back to Back Club is popular with snow-boarders and has a large sports room equipped with pool, arcade games, a medical centre, library and internet access.
Information Updated for Winter 2013/14