|Apartment||Number of nights||Price (per person) from|
|Cristal de Jade Residence||4||£ 449|
|Residence Isatis||7||£ 207|
|Residence La Ginabelle||7||£ 224|
|Hameau de la Pierre Blanche Apartments (Les Houches)||4||£ 359|
|Residence La Riviere||7||£ 171|
|Le Krystor||7||£ 181|
|Ginabelle 1||7||£ 210|
|L'Aiguille du Midi 6||7||£ 214|
|Le Chalet Suisse 3||7||£ 227|
|Le Chalet Suisse||7||£ 276|
If you’re keen on making the cooking and dining as easy as possible on your self-catering holiday, the Residence La Rivière Apartments and Chamonix Blanc Apartments in Chamonix Sud have a brilliant selection of food shops, cafes and restaurants nearby. One of the most popular places to stay in Cham, Les Balcons du Savoy Apartments are the only ski in / ski out properties in the resort and are accessible to all levels of skier as they’re right next to the nursery slope. They’re also only a couple of minutes walk to the town centre where you’ll find shops, restaurants and cafes.
Despite the implications of ‘self-catering’, staying in an apartment doesn’t have to mean doing the cooking yourself. Some food shops sell ready-prepared meals that you can take back to your accommodation and there’s an array of restaurants and cafes around the town if you prefer to eat out. Self catering holidays don’t usually imply luxury either, but with our high end apartments in Chamonix they can – book a spacious apartment with swimming pool and wellness facilities and enjoy a more upmarket holiday.
You can book accommodation-only if you’re sorting out travel independently but for the best money-saving deals, book your apartment in a package with flights from your nearest airport and transfers to the resort – these packages are fully ATOL protected. Self-drive packages are also available if you’re opting to drive to the mountains and include apartment and channel crossings.