|Chalet L’Ancolie||Meribel||sleeps 10-11||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Wifi/internet|
|Chalet Aline||Meribel||sleeps 8-10||Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda|
|Chalet Le Cèdre Blanc||Meribel||sleeps 12||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Wifi/internet|
|Chalet Laetitia||Meribel||sleeps 12-14||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Cinema/Theatre, Wifi/internet, Gym/Fitness|
|Chalet La Pousse Caillou||Meribel||sleeps 10||Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Family friendly, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda|
|Chalet Phoebe||Meribel||sleeps 12-14||Wifi/internet, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool|
|Chalet Isba||Meribel||sleeps 15||Wifi/internet, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Cinema/Theatre, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda|
|Refuge Boua||Meribel||sleeps 10||Wifi/internet, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Ski in/out or Nearby, Spa/Wellness, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda|
|Chalet Brioche||Meribel||sleeps 8-9||Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Wifi/internet|
|Taiga Lodge||Meribel||sleeps 10||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Cinema/Theatre, Wifi/internet|
Not many ski resorts are as rich in their chalet offerings as Méribel. With the centre and its hamlets known for their lovely Alpine charm, if you want the ultimate Méribel experience, stay in one of our fantastic ski chalets.
Offering a cosy, intimate setting where catering is taken care of by expert chalet hosts, it’s no wonder that chalets are such a popular type of ski holiday here – and our properties in Méribel are second to none. Choose between chalets of all shapes and sizes to suit your group and holiday.
Our chalets in Méribel are catered, which means you can relax and enjoy the company of friends and family whilst the cooking’s done for you. Most chalets provide a hearty breakfast in the morning to fuel you for a day on the snow and will have a delicious afternoon tea waiting for you when you return, followed by dinner and wine later on in the evening. A day or two are the designated chalet hosts time off, when breakfast will be laid out for you to help yourself to in the morning, and you can explore the local restaurant scene for lunch and dinner.
The super thing about Méribel having so many chalets is that you’ll find properties to suit almost every group size. If you’re a family, small group or couple of couples, stay in one of our small chalets and enjoy having the whole lodge to yourselves. One of the tiddliest we have is Chalet Yukon, which sleeps 4, while the Rosalie One and Chez la Comtesse sleep 6.
Chalet hotels combine a hotel setting (with hotel bars, restaurants and sometimes swimming pools) and the convenient, social nature of chalet catering. If it’s a hassle-free location you’re looking for, Chalet Hotel Les Grangettes is just over the road from the Chaudannes ski lifts and ski school meeting point, making it ideal for anyone having lessons and those who want to get on the snow the soonest.
We love chalet holidays for groups, and places like Chalet Les Arols Bleus are fantastic - parties of 10 can have sole occupancy where you’re able to relax in familiar company. Larger chalets like the Matterhorn have a sociable atmosphere for smaller groups or families who can meet new people and make friends.
Use the search filters above to display Méribel’s family friendly chalets, and/or chalets with kids clubs and childcare. These have been singled out as favourites for chalet holidays with children, thanks to things like convenient locations, family rooms and childcare offerings. Some chalets only allow families, which creates a relaxed atmosphere where children can quickly make friends.
Méribel’s not a ski in, ski out resort, and most properties are a walk or bus ride to the ski area. But that doesn’t mean doorstep skiing doesn’t exist, and a handful of properties will see you straight out onto the slopes. The Tougnete bubble lift base station and Truite piste are right outside the door of Chalet Chaudanne, and you can usually ski back to the door of Chalet Alysson which is 250m from the Morel chairlift.
For a luxury stay in Méribel, we have the most exclusive properties for the best prices including 4 and 5-star chalets with private en suite facilities, hot tubs and more. At the very top end, Méribel’s most luxurious chalets have facilities like private spas, infinity pools and home cinemas.
Our chalet, flights and transfers packages are terrific for a hassle free, money saving holiday. We have flights from over a dozen UK airports, letting you choose the most convenient.
Anyone planning to drive rather than fly can look out for self-drive packages including chalets and channel crossings. If you’re just looking for somewhere to stay, select independent travel rather than an airport in your search. Once you’ve found something, make an enquiry – or get in touch with your preferences and we’ll find a holiday for you.
Chalets in Méribel / Méribel Centre
The bulk of Méribel’s bars, restaurants, shops and chalets can be found here in the main town at 1450m. Access to the main slopes is via the Chaudanne area, which most chalets are a 2 to 5-minute drive from or 10 to 15-minute walk. It’s there you’ll find ski school meeting points, the ticket office and hire shops.
Chalets in Chaudanne
The Chaudanne area is the hub of lifts and slopes for the main ski area, positioned on the edge of Méribel Centre. Most of the ski schools meet here, and there are bars, restaurants and ski shops. Chaudanne has creche and kindergarten facilities, and is also home to the Parc Olympique with its swimming pool, ice rink, gym and spa.
Chalets in Méribel Mottaret
The chalet village of Mottaret was purpose built in the seventies up at 1750m. Its chalets tend to be a lot nearer the pistes and lifts than the ones in Méribel Centre. The village has its own bars and restaurants and is small enough to walk around. The Laitelet area on the western side is served by the Chalets cable car. Le Chatelet is the name given to the sunny east side where you’ll find the Plattieres gondola. Mottaret has shuttle, car and ski access to Méribel centre.
Chalets in Mussillon
At the entrance to the main resort, the Mussilon area is home to a lot of Méribel’s chalets and you can reach the centre and lifts by foot (about a 15-minute walk) or bus.
Chalets in Morel & Altitude 1600
Uphill from Méribel centre (about a ten-minute walk), but before you reach Altiport, these are two areas of original chalets and newer builds continuing the traditional style. Between them, there’s a supermarket, bars, restaurants and shops within easy reach. The Morel Chairlift takes you up to Altiport, and the blue Hulotte piste leads back to its base station.
Chalets in Méribel Village
At 1400m, this is the newest addition to the valley, having grown from a scattering of sheep pens in the nineties to a village in its own right. It’s a quieter area than the centre, with very traditional-style architecture including refurbed farmhouses. There are a couple of restaurant-bars, as well as shops and a bakery. The drive to Méribel centre takes 5-10 minutes, but you can access the slopes from the Télésiège du Golf chair lift that departs from the village, and ski back on the blue Lapin run.
Chalets in La Gittaz
La Gittaz is a pretty hamlet of classic-style chalets below Méribel Village. Getting into the centre by car takes about 5 minutes, while the walk is a hilly one lasting half an hour or so.
Chalets in Les Allues
At 1100m, Allues is a bigger village with a mix of old and new architecture. It serves as the valley’s administrative centre, and has a small supermarket, bars and restaurants. Though it’s a bit far out for access to the centre on foot, you can get a bus into the centre of Méribel (the drive takes about 10 minutes), or take the Olympe cable car which stops here on the way up from Brides les Bains.
Chalets in Nantgerel
One of the original hamlets down in the valley, the peaceful nature and pretty wood and stone architecture in these parts is a big plus. It’s further out from the centre, with the nearest lift being the Olympe. If you’re staying in a chalet here, your best bet for getting into resort or to the lifts is by bus.
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