Luxury catered chalet in Meribel village with jacuzzi & sauna

Chalet in Meribel with Jacuzzi / Hot Tub, Sauna, Log fire, Wi-Fi, Heated Boot Room, Satellite / Cable TV

Chalet 17724

Catered, Self catering, Sleeps 12, 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms

Prices: From €11,000.00 (self catered) per week

Facilities: Jacuzzi / Hot Tub, Sauna, Log fire, Wi-Fi, Heated Boot Room, Satellite / Cable TV, Parking Available, Cot Available, Washing Machine, Dishwasher

Suitable for: Family / Child friendly

Location type: Mountains, Village, Ski resort

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Chalet Rachelle is very near to the centre of Méribel village so is only a few minutes away from apres-ski bar, supermarket, boulangerie, restaurants, and the Telesiege du Golf ski lift. You can ski back to the chalet using little path through the trees from the Lapin piste.

Chalet Rachelle’s spacious south-facing sitting room features floor-to-ceiling windows, an open log fireplace, deep cushion armchairs and sofas, HD satellite, digital and Apple television, dvd player, music and Ipod systems. A magnificent oak dining table forms the centre-piece of the dining room where again floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the beautiful Méribel valley. There is a large terrace at the front of the chalet wtih a jacuzzi, sauna, sun-chairs, outdoor heaters, table tennis, table football, darts board, exterior music system and a fully stocked bar. There is a study area equipped with telephone, fax, computer, broadband and wireless Internet access and on the ground floor a laundry room, heated ski and boot room and on-site private parking.

There are six beautifully furnished bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. Some of the bedrooms have balconies overlooking the mountains.

Prices are for an exclusive catered booking of the entire chalet and include:
- Seven nights accommodation
- Private return airport transfers
- A la carte breakfast and afternoon tea with mulled wine seven days a week
- Children’s evening meals seven days a week
- Pre-dinner Champagne and canapés seven days a week
- Four course dinner with wine, (6 out of 7 nights for 1 week bookings and 12 out of 14 nights for 2 week bookings)
- All soft and alcoholic drinks in the chalets fully stocked complimentary bar
- Mid-week towel change
- Unlimited broadband and wifi Internet access
- Three Valleys lift pass (6 day passes for 1 week bookings and 13 day passes for 2 week bookings)
- Bespoke on-call driver service seven days a week

General information

Property type Chalet
Catered Catered, Self catering
Holiday theme Walking holiday, Ski Holidays

Accommodation information


6 bedrooms, sleeps maximum of 12 people


6 bathrooms

Dining room

Seats 12

Living room

Seats 12

On-site facilities

Entertainment Satellite / Cable TV
Communications & IT Internet access, Computer, Fax, Wi-Fi
Leisure Jacuzzi / Hot Tub, Sauna, Table tennis
Heating Log fire, Central heating
Household Washing Machine, Dishwasher, Cot Available, Hob, Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, Toaster, Kettle, Highchair, Iron, Hairdryer, Towels/linen provided, Heated Boot Room, Oven
Parking Parking Available
Other facilities Balcony / Terrace

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Nearest airport Chambery at 95.0 km

Car is not necessary

About Meribel

Meribel is arguably the prettiest resort in the famed Three Valleys of France with its traditional Savoyarde wooden buildings, including the giant chalet-like Parc Olympique sports centre built for the 1992 Albertville Olympics. Founded in 1939 by British Colonel Peter Lindsay who stipulated that all buildings had to be constructed in traditional Savoyarde style using only wood, stone and slate, the town offers a wide variety of shops, bars and restaurants from the bustling après-ski bar Le Rond-Point to the cosmopolitan cocktail bar La Poste.

The Méribel valley is one of the largest of the French Alps extending from Brides–les-Bains at 600m to Péclet-Polset at 3,560m. The town has 57 ski lifts in its immediate vicinity to serve 74 groomed ski runs that total 150 kilometres. One popular run is the Olympic women’s downhill run and as the epicentre of the world’s largest ski domain, there are endless stretches of off-piste. Queuing is a rarity thanks to the electronic lift pass system, two 50 person cable cars, over 40 gondolas and 25 high speed chair lifts.

The Meribel valley, including the purpose-built Mottaret area, suits skiers of all levels. Beginners can cruise down the wide gentle slopes of the Altiport, a tree-lined area ideal for those experiencing snow for the first time. For Intermediates, the range of runs is almost limitless with 89 blue and 116 red runs. For the truly Advanced skier every day here is filled with challenges and adventures, be it acres of off-piste, endless mogul runs or simply kilometres of groomed perfection.

Meribel has two areas dedicated to free-style riders. In Meribel-Mottaret there is the Plattieres snowpark with its 17 acres - over a length of 1,300 yards - of jumps, whoops, banks and two half-pipes. The Meribel Moonpark offers one competition-standard half pipe, one half-pipe for learners and a boarder cross with whoops, tables and other obstacles.

Meribel, Courchevel and La Tania offer 90 km of cross-country tracks, green and blues for beginners and red for more experienced Nordic skiers.

For those not skiing there are many mountain restaurants accessible by car or on foot where you can meet up with the skiing members of your party for lunch and we can also advise you on local walks as well as other activities such as toboganning, parapenting, swimming, ice skating, tennis, squash and quad biking. In addition, the beautiful Lac de Tueda is the perfect spot from which to appreciate the snow-clad peaks without donning skis or a board.

Apres Ski in Meribel
A roaring log fire awaits our guests on return from the slopes around which you can enjoy homemade cakes, bread and jam, tea, coffee, vin chaud or something alittle stronger from the complimentary bar and then relax and unwind in the Jacuzzi and Sauna. Alternatively, there are a host of lively après-ski bars and activities available to skiers and non-skiers alike ensuring that Meribel and Courchevel are enduringly popular resorts to which families and friends return year after year.

Activities In Meribel include:
- swimming
- ice skating
- Bowling
- ice karting
- quad biking
- snowmobiling
- ice driving
- snowcat driving
- mono-bob
- bob raft
- bobsleigh
- dog sledding
- winter rafting
- paragliding
- hang-gliding
- ballooning
- helicopter rides
- ice diving
- sky diving
- walking
- snow shoeing
- parasailing
- snow biking
- scenic flights over the Tarentaise region
- International cinemas are located in the centre of Meribel and Courchevel and there are no shortage of shops and boutiques, après-ski bars, restaurants and night-clubs including the famous Dick’s Tea Bar and La Cave.

Activities near Meribel

Local sports activities

On-site: Skiing, Walking

Within 15 minutes: Swimming, Sports centre

Local leisure activities

On-site: Food shop, Restaurant, Shopping

Great for Walking holiday, Ski Holidays

Dec 2020
Jan 2021
Feb 2021
Mar 2021
  Check-in possible
  Special offer

The prices for this property are listed per property

Check in is allowed on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Minimum stay is 1 night

From To Catering Weekly
13 Dec 2020 20 Dec 2020 Self-catered €11,000
Catered €16,000
20 Dec 2020 27 Dec 2020 Self-catered €20,000
Catered €30,000
3 Jan 2021 14 Feb 2021 Self-catered €13,000
Catered €18,000
14 Feb 2021 21 Feb 2021 Self-catered €26,000
Catered €36,000
21 Feb 2021 4 Apr 2021 Self-catered €13,000
Catered €18,000
4 Apr 2021 11 Apr 2021 Self-catered €15,000
Catered €20,000
11 Apr 2021 18 Apr 2021 Self-catered €13,000
Catered €18,000

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