This charming chalet, set in a quiet residential area in the attractive Morel area above Méribel Centre was the former private home of the owner, so great care has gone into its style and upkeep.
The spacious bedrooms all have en suite facilities and are tastefully furnished. The cosy living/dining-room makes a beautiful centrepiece to the whole chalet, with a log fire adding to the overall atmosphere.
The Morel chair lift is only three minutes walk away, which takes you to the Altiport for excellent links to the Three Valleys. On your return at the end of the day, a blue run from the Altiport brings you back close to the chalet.
Alternatively there is a ski-bus stop 200m from the chalet for the short bus ride to and from the lifts.
- Attractive detached chalet in quiet location
- Morel chairlift only approx. 3 minutes’ walk (310m)
- All bedrooms with en suite facilities
- Log fire
- Free Wifi
- Exclusive tour operator ski/boot hire service
- Buffet breakfast with hot option*
- Afternoon tea/coffee and cake*
- 4-course dinners including apéritif, choice of complimentary quality wines, coffee and chocolates*
Breakfast hot option, afternoon tea and dinner is 6 days per week, due to Chalet hotel staff's day off.
Ski Range 1,400m – 3,230m
The Méribel Ski area offers an endless variety of terrain, much of it at high altitude both on and off-piste, whilst the ski village itself is liberally sprinkled with attractive chalet-style buildings of local stone and wood and has a true village ambience.
Bars, restaurants and resort facilities are first rate and along with excellent provision for families and some of the best nightlife in the Alps, Méribel has more than enough attractions to go around for everyone's ski holiday.
Skiing in Méribel
Now four valleys rather than three, this is a huge, state of the art system with 600 kms of varied terrain. Dawdle on flattering tree-lined slopes, attack giant bumps and steep couloirs or notch up the mileage, cruising the whole magnificent system, there is something for all skiers whatever your level when taking your skiing holidays in Méribel.
Above Méribel itself is a combination of cruisy glades and open boulevards, which enjoy both morning and afternoon sun, whilst higher up on Mont Vallon, the going gets tougher, with excellent off-piste and some testing long runs.
An effortless access to Courchevel leads to immaculately groomed pistes and great restaurants above Courchevel 1850, the famous couloirs of the Saulire and the tricky bumps on Chanrossa.
Access to the Belleville valley is easy too, where Val Thorens offers endless adventure on its spectacular high altitude slopes. In sunny weather, head for the wonderful open slopes of Tougnète and swoop down to St Martin de Belleville for a relaxed lunch. Skiing on past Val Thorens, the Maurienne valley connection has added even more on and off-piste possibilities.
Méribel is also popular with snowboarders with 2012 seeing the resort matching other elite European resorts following the fabulous redesign of the Mottaret snowpark by world famous brand DC.