Chalet de la Toura at the top of the 2600 area is highly recommended for both food and views. The Panoramique and its terrace does its best to make sure it lives up to the name, and the Pastorale at the top of the Diable gondola is also worth a mention. The resort as a whole doesn't lack altitude restaurants, which can be found at most major lift junctions, but the quality of food is nothing to shout about. If you're looking for a bit of haute cuisine, head to the Chalet Mounier or the Hotel Berangere's restaurant. Le Dahy and La Patate are recommended for their good food and friendly atmosphere. If you're looking for something that's typically French, head for the Bel Auberge, whilst for something cheaper try the Spaghetteria or the Vetrata.
The nightlife here is rocking with plenty of fun bars across the resort. Deux Alpes gets lots of traffic from Grenoble at weekends which adds to the nightly buzz. Brits have made Mike's and The Windsor their own over the years, and Smokey Joe's and The Baron have well-earned popularity, too. For great music and atmosphere head to Bar Bresilien. The main nightclub, the Avalanche is always worth a visit.
Take the gondola ride to Venosc for a more inspiring day out. Mountain restaurants are accessible via the lifts and there are plenty of mountain walks to follow. The sports facilities have plenty of activities to offer from sports to relaxation. A helicopter ride across the resort is well worth it for the breathtaking views.
Last Updated: Feb 2010