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Covid-19 and Brexit have turned traditional chalet holidays upside down this season says Ski France. Therefore, the company has come up with a new concept – contactless catered chalets.

Skier and Snowboarder Magazine – the UK’s original free ski and snowboard magazineSki France has more than 50 contactless catered chalets across the French Alps located in top resorts such as Val d’Isère, Tignes, Méribel, Courchevel, La Tania, La Plagne and Alpe d’Huez.

The chalets have been divided into two groups, Classic and Premium, and both will provide local produce and various ingredients for breakfast, afternoon tea / snack, a three-course dinner and drinks each day.

Guests will arrive at their Ski France chalet and find delicious food in the fridge, cool beer and chilled wine ready to drink, firewood neatly stacked, and beds beautifully made. There will be a selection of fresh ingredients to cook with, easy recipes to follow or if you prefer dishes prepared by a local delicatessen.

Skier and Snowboarder Magazine – the UK’s original free ski and snowboard magazineSkis and snowboards can be reserved at local hire shops, and lift passes can be pre-booked. During a week’s holiday, when guests are out enjoying the slopes, a chalet crew will clean the accommodation, replace towels and re-stock the fridge and cupboards. They will also be on call whenever needed, but there will be no contact unless requested.

Ski France has selected some of its favourites to help skiers and snowboarders decide which is best for their needs.

Best for…

…youngsters: Chalet Elliot East, La Tania

Skier and Snowboarder Magazine – the UK’s original free ski and snowboard magazineFamilies with small children should consider Chalet Elliot East. Nestled in La Tania, which sits between Méribel and Courchevel, part of the Three Valleys ski area, the Classic chalet is spread over two floors, with four bedrooms (sleeping up to eight guests) and has a traditional log cabin feel. Just 200 metres from the piste and lift, guests can leave their equipment in the boot room, before relaxing in the spacious living room or in the bubbling hot tub. Kids can let off any excess steam by building a snowman and then watching their favourite film on the television.

For ski-drivers, there is a parking space in front of the chalet. Ski France has three other chalets situated on the same road, making it an option for large groups. Plus, Chalet Elliot West is joined to Chalet Elliot East by a connecting door, which can be unlocked for larger groups wanting to spend their holiday together.
A week’s stay costs from £5,899 and includes Contactless Catering Chalet Service.

…teenagers: Chalet Mariefleur, Méribel

Skier and Snowboarder Magazine – the UK’s original free ski and snowboard magazineChalet Mariefleur is situated a short walk, or free bus ride, from the village centre. This offers older children some independence if they want to go exploring on their own. The Premium chalet, set over four floors, has five bedrooms (sleeping up to 11 guests), a stylish living space and kitchen.

Teenagers can make use of the games room with its own billiards table or relax in the TV room, while parents enjoy the sauna and hammam after a day on the slopes. The free shuttle bus stops close to the chalet. Families can also make use of the parking space in front of the chalet or use the Ski France private transfer from the airport.

A week’s stay, during the school holidays, costs from £16,729 total and includes Contactless Catering Chalet Service.

…a getaway: Chalet Inuit, Val d’Isère

The Premium Chalet Inuit (sleeps up to 12 guests) is a five-minute drive away from the nearest piste. Guests can get to the slopes or to the town centre using Ski France’s complimentary driver service. The chalet has a spa area with Jacuzzi, sauna and rain shower. A week’s stay costs from £9,199 total and includes Contactless Catering Chalet Service.

…après ski: Chalet Lou Traves, Méribel

Visitors can walk to the lively centre of Méribel in less than 10 minutes or stay closer to the chalet and head to the popular bars of Brewer’s Den or O’Sullivans, which are a three-minute stroll from the front door. Classic Chalet Lou Traves serves as a great base for families and friends wanting to explore all that Méribel has to offer. In addition to the eight bedrooms (sleeping up to 15 guests), visitors can make the most of the sauna, terrace with outdoor hot tub and a warming open fireplace.

A week’s stay costs from £8,099 total and includes Contactless Catering Chalet Service.

…ski-in, ski-out: Chalet Cascade, Val d’Isère

Situated right on the Santon piste, Classic Chalet Cascades is a ski-in, ski-out but also just a 10 minute walk away from the town centre, just 10-minute walk away. There are six bedrooms (sleeping up to 11 guests), open plan living area and games room, with a pool table. Plus, it has a sauna, spa area, hammam and outdoor Jacuzzi. A week’s stay costs from £7,499 total and includes Contactless Catering Chalet Service.

…early season: Chalet Alpinium 1, Tignes

In the quiet village of Tignes 1800, Premium Chalet Alpinium 1 has seven bedrooms (sleeping up to 14 guests). Spread across four floors, with stairs – or a lift – to access them, Alpinium 1 is bright and airy with floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the mountains. The chalet has a ski and boot room, open plan kitchen and dining area, Scandinavian hot tub on the terrace, and a sauna on the lower ground floor. For those arriving by car, there is parking available on the road outside.

A week’s stay costs from £9,299 total and includes Contactless Catering Chalet Service.

…activities: Chalet La Ferme, Alpe d’Huez

Located next to the main ski lifts, and a 10-minute walk from the town, Premium Chalet La Ferme is a stylish chalet with five en-suite bedrooms (sleeping up to 10 guests), a dining and living space with a stone fireplace and a spacious fully equipped kitchen. Guests can relax in the sauna and the hot tub or sit back and relax on the balcony overlooking the mountains. A week’s stay costs from £8,299 total and includes Contactless Catering Chalet Service.

…views, especially those from the hot tub: Chalet Arosa, Val d’Isère

Chalet Arosa sleeps up to 10 guests in five en-suite bedrooms. Spread across four floors, the main living area can be found at the top of the building with large windows delivering incredible views of the resort. In the main living area, French doors lead onto a decked balcony where guests can sink into the outdoor hot tub and relax. Alternatively, head up the spiral staircase to the mezzanine, a popular, and cosy, place to watch TV.

A week’s stay costs from £7,899 total and includes Contactless Catering Chalet Service.

Prices quoted here do not include flights, transfers, ski equipment / pass. For more information, visit:

Skier and Snowboarder Magazine – the UK’s original free ski and snowboard magazineSki France Classic:

https://skifrance-classic.co.uk

Ski France Premium:

https://skifrance-premium.co.uk

or call 0203 475 4756.


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Tags: chalets, covid, Ski France

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