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Comprised of 17 apartments and 13 chalets, WOM’s new development will set standards in the Alps. Set in an idyllic setting in one of the most sought-after ski areas in the world, Tignes has developed over the past 10 years into an attractive ski resort for all levels of skier with a wide range of activities at serious altitude.

WOM is  an environmentally friendly resort including a 5-star hotel, a youth hostel and an incredible range of services and facilities including: bars, restaurants, shops, a spa, an ice rink, an artificial surfing wave, a ski shop, a concierge service and much more.

The interiors of each property will be unique, designed by a famous interior designer, chosen by the owner from a choice of styles.

WOM Tignes was designed from the outset to minimise its environmental impact. From design to construction and even operation, each stage favours ingenious solutions, such as reusing excavated materials recycled directly on site for the manufacture of concrete.

Above all, WOM Tignes meets the new eco-responsible standards and aspirations: optimising the consumption of resources and materials while developing local channels and short circuits. Mobility is gentle and collective transport is used, electricity consumption is offset by self-generated solar energy...

 

For further information about this new development such as floor plans, completion dates and the buying process, please complete the enquiry form below and one of our partner sales consultants will contact you straight away to answer any questions you may have and provide you with additional information.

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Tignes is one of the best ski areas to come to for a long, snow-sure season. The main resort on the edge of Le Lac sits at an altitude of 2100m above sea level while the lower villages still boast altitudes of 1550m and 1850m. Above all of this is the Grande Motte Glacier, which rises to a lofty 3450m and is accessible not only during winter but in the summer too. Yes, you can come summer skiing in Tignes.

The old town of Tignes disappeared beneath the waters of the Lac du Chevril when the valley was dammed in 1952. Now the resort is made up of many smaller purpose-built villages at varying altitudes, with Tignes-Le-Lac generally classed as the main one. The entire resort is built around the needs of the skier, so there is never a lift too far from the front door of your accommodation.

With Tignes being one of the more affordable French ski resorts, it has always attracted families and large groups of university students and friends. As such, the nightlife and dining options ensure there is something to suit every taste and budget. There are plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes to welcome you in from the winter cold for lunch, dinner or some of the best après-ski fun in the Alps.

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