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Aime La Plagne / Aime 2000

The highest inhabited part of La Plagne with unique landmark buildings

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Aime La Plagne or Aime 2000 is dominated by a gigantic pointy-topped building, which, built to emulate the surrounding mountain peaks, is for better or worse one of La Plagne’s most recognisable landmarks. It is packed with self-catering apartments whilst the ground floor consists of shops, conveniences, bars and restaurants. There is a Spar, tabac, souvenir and clothing shops, speciality cheese and meat stalls as well as plenty of ski hire, service shops and ski schools.

There is an easy blue run down the hill to Plagne Centre, a choice of long blues and reds down to Montalbert and in the centre of the village there are two beginner ski areas complete with beginner draglifts. The newly upgraded Bécoin lift running straight up from Plagne Centre discharges skiers a short blue run away and also affords easy access to the collection of black runs dropping off the back of the mountain, whilst from 1800 it’s a two lift connection back to Aime 2000.

The best thing about Aime La Plagne – aside from its piste-side location, is its elevation. The accommodation has epic views out over the valley, its surrounding mountains and Mont Blanc, and this altitude also gives it the advantage of sunshine! Not being in the shadow of the mountains means you keep the sun substantially longer than nearby Plagne Centre, perfect for après ski drinks on your balcony.

A quick warning – don’t confuse Aime La Plagne (2000) with the town of Aime, situated at the base of the mountains, it is not part of the resort and is one heck of a walk from the chair lifts!

Dining in Aime La Plagne

No visit to Aime 2000 would be complete without a visit to L’Arlequin one of La Plagne’s best and most hospitable restaurants serving a full menu of Savoyard specialities in a quaint and cosy setting.

Nightlife in Aime La Plagne

This village also hosts another favourite in the form of La Rhumerie, a tiny tardis of a bar that somehow manages to fit live music in alongside crowds of customers sampling rum of every flavour, the chili one’s not for the faint-hearted! For more nightlife, Plagne Centre is a stroll down the piste or a ride in the free Telemetro lift, which runs past midnight.

Apartments in Aime La Plagne

The rest of the accommodation in Aime 2000 is in the form of self-catering apartments both in the large main building and also – for a more luxurious option, the nearby Les Haut Bois building overlooking Mont Blanc and including its own restaurant, spa, sauna and indoor pool. There are also several other third parties operating here with a childcare option.


Aime La Plagne, situated 30m above Plagne Centre is a great spot to set up camp on your trip. Accessible by car yet set right in the middle of runs and lifts, Aime la Plagne – also known as Aime 2000, offers a real ski-in/ski-out set up with the accommodation and amenities situated directly on the side of the piste.


Map of the surrounding area