Plagne Aime 2000

La Plagne Aime 2000

Welcome to the village of Plagne Aime 2000, the highest site of La Plagne’s ski area. 2100 m above sea level, this site with its panoramic views, invites all ski lovers to dive into the great white sea. Its main building, in true avant-garde style, is known as the “Snow Ocean Liner”. It has been sitting proudly looking across to Mont Blanc since the 1960s. There are now other buildings that complete the site’s accommodation offer, like the Club Med. Plagne Aime 2000 was designed for a really comfortable holiday. The site is ultra-functional, with all its services and retail areas on the same level. You can even go to the shops and restaurants in slippers, since they are just below your apartment, or take the Télémétro lift to Plagne Centre (and its retail areas) in just a few minutes.

Handiski à Plagne Bellecôte
Supertyro à La Plagne

Riding and other thrills

Plagne Aime 2000 is the perfect place for heading off to explore the Paradiski area. You don’t have to walk miles to get to the slopes, just go out of the door of the residence and you’re there! If you want to ski in the trees, turn right and go towards La Plagne Montalbert and La Roche. If you feel like going higher, turn left and go to Plagne Centre where you can take lifts to La Plagne Champagny en Vanoise or Plagne Bellecôte via the panoramic views at the top of the Grande Rochette. For après-ski entertainment, come and admire Mont Blanc from the Super Tyro zipwire. You have 600 m to scream… with pleasure… between Plagne Aime 2000 and Plagne Centre.
Vue depuis le paquebot des neige à Plagne Aime 2000
Plagne bellecôte avec vue sur la vallée de la Tarentaise

A classified building

The architect of La Plagne, Michel Bezançon, opted for a unique building adapted to the constraints of the site. Plagne Aime 2000 combines all the characteristics of a resort village: high altitude for guaranteed snow, ski-in / ski-out access and separation of vehicles and skiers. The site’s concept is based on two principles: a concentration of buildings to preserve the natural area and a collective, functional design for ski holidays. The building’s architecture is modern, with roof terraces and large balconies... All the services are accessible on the same level without having to leave the building. The shopping gallery also leads straight out onto the slopes. The building was classified a 20th century architectural heritage building on April 14th, 2008.

Village map

Discover the highlights of our village and its convenience shops.