Chalet Bizet, La Rosiere

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4.3 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
The guy who looked after this particular chalet was brilliant and the catering was excellent. In terms of the actual chalet, the size of the social area was fine for the amount of people staying there and our room was adequate. We knew when we booked that the chalet wasn’t quite ski in, ski out but it was rela... + more
Peter, Warwick
5 out of 5
Had a good week, the food was one of the best things, it was really nice. We had breakfast and afternoon tea – they were the best cakes I’ve ever had – and the dinner was lovely. They had a problem with the heating and had to fetch portable heaters. We had WiFi which was good and there are some great views ... + more
Mr Bowness, Cumbria
5 out of 5
This chalet is more like a series of flats which share a communal sauna/wellness area than a stand alone chalet. The chalet was made up of one big open plan room with a living area and a kitchen and then several bedrooms coming off this. It was functional rather than cosy – the maintenance could have been bett... + more
Mark, Bournemouth
3 out of 5
Sharing the same building as Belette, Choucas, Moet and Marmotte, you’ll be in good company, as you make the short journey with your fellow skiers to the piste and ski school meeting point, a brief 250m and 150m walk away, respectively. In the evening, if you’re feeling up for it, the walk to town will take y... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
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Location - where is Chalet Bizet

These chalet apartments offer guests the perfect tranquil location away from the busy town centre, yet in the heart of the Les Eucherts ski village where all standards of skier can almost ski back to the door in normal snow conditions. The nearest chairlift, the Eucherts Express, is 250 metres (approx.) away and the nearest ski access and ski school meeting points are approximately 150 metres away. The free navette bus runs regularly throughout the day (from 08.00hrs until 20.00hrs), taking guests directly to the shops, cafes and bars in the old town centre, or if you prefer, you can walk in approximately 15 minutes.

Overview - chalet description - Chalet Bizet description

These chalet apartments are comfortably furnished and decorated in a traditional yet modern Savoyard style, mixing local wooden décor with modern colourful furnishings. The living/dining areas are spacious and comfortable and all have a wood burning stove, television and balcony.  All bedrooms are en suite with Jacuzzi bath and WC. Chalets Moët and Marmotte are on the 2nd floor, Chalets Bizet and Belette are on the 3rd floor and all are serviced by a lift.

All these chalet apartments now benefit from communal access to the wellness area in a neighbouring building, comprising saunas, Jacuzzis and a steam room.

Facilities - Chalet Bizet features

  • Grade: Classic
  • Sleeps: 10 - 11
  • All Rooms en suite: Yes
  • All Rooms with Private Facilities: Yes
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Car Parking: Yes (may be payable)
  • Close to Piste: Yes
  • Family Rooms: Yes
  • Open Fire: Yes
  • Piste/Lift: 150m / 250m
  • Ski Bus: Outside chalet
  • Town centre: 15min walk / 5 minute bus ride
  • WiFi: Yes

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Entrance floor:
Rooms 1 – 3 & 5 = 4 twins with Jacuzzi bath and WC
Room 4 = twin (plus additional sofa bed) with Jacuzzi bath, WC and balcony
• open-plan lounge/dining area with large balcony

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Meals - food and drink in Chalet Bizet

We update Chalet Bizet's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about La Rosiere - about holidays in La Rosiere - about ski holidays in La Rosiere - about ski holidays in La Rosiere France

Off piste snow cross Ski France & Italy Famille Plus label resort

A quiet French resort giving snow lovers access to not one but two countries! Hop between French La Rosière and Italian La Thuile domains with the standard San Bernardino lift pass for a mountain culture overload. Go as easy or hard as you like from cruisey beginners slopes to fast paced kite skiing on the other end of the speed scale.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Beginners Kite Skiing Snowshoeing

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Snow Forecast: 2cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 81.17cm

La Rosiere trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambéry128 km, 1 hour 50 minutes
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1961

La Rosiere lift pass price last reported as 194€ (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Bizet.
Night skiing: No
La Rosiere has N S facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1850m
Top of slopes: 2650m
Bottom of piste: 1200m
Vertical drop: 1450m
Total length of trails:160km
Longest piste:11km
A quiet French resort, this little village oozes calm and is just the ticket for those looking for a ski break with space to spread out on the slopes. Perched on the Franco-Italian border, La Rosière can be found just under two hours drive from Chambéry. Regular bus transfers take train travellers from Bourg Saint-Maurice to the resort. Place your bags and luggage down upon arrival and take a second to appreciate the spectacular views over the sweeping Tarentaise Valley below. Once you’ve stored your th...
Thirty three beginners’ routes are ideal for first time skiers to become familiar with the slopes. From La Rosière 1850m centre, watch time fly as you go up and down the green runs of Clarines, Ecureuil the Forêt and the like. Then it’s all aboard the Roches Noires Express to push yourself to the next level of blue runs. Beginner boarders will be grateful for the Roches Noires and Landelieres chairlifts, offering long, sloping blue runs with all the practise space needed for Traversing heelside moves. Inte...
The hustle and bustle of après ski will be mostly coming from the restaurants and bars of this family-friendly resort. Le Relais du Petit Saint-Bernard’s hotel holds a classic family restaurant, where talented chefs serve up Savoyard family favourites with heart. Its impressive bay windows offer views over the sunny Eastern and Southern slopes and there’s plenty of space for more tables to accommodate groups, great if you’ve got a large gang! On a romantic ski getaway and fancy a cosier location? Le Genepi ...

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"Brilliant host & catering"

Peter, Warwick
5/ out of 5
The guy who looked after this particular chalet was brilliant and the catering was excellent. In terms of the actual chalet, the size of the social area was fine for the amount of people staying there and our room was adequate. We knew when we booked that the chalet wasn’t quite ski in, ski out but it was relatively handy for getting to the slopes. We had a good week overall, we didn’t want somewhere noisy and La Rosiere’s good for that, though it would have been nicer to have more snow!

"Perfect location, great food"

Mr Bowness, Cumbria
5/ out of 5
Had a good week, the food was one of the best things, it was really nice. We had breakfast and afternoon tea – they were the best cakes I’ve ever had – and the dinner was lovely. They had a problem with the heating and had to fetch portable heaters. We had WiFi which was good and there are some great views from the chalet. The room I was in was tiny, I shared it with a mate and you’d think we had a double bed the singles were so close... it was a bit claustrophobic. The bathroom was absolutely fine, there was plenty of hot water and it was nice to have a whirlpool bath after a day’s skiing. You’re in a perfect location, just a hundred metre walk onto the main chair lift. You could walk into the village down a track, which would take about 10-15 minutes, or the bus pulled up right outside the chalet.

"Functional - fine for a last minute ski holiday"

Mark, Bournemouth
3/ out of 5
This chalet is more like a series of flats which share a communal sauna/wellness area than a stand alone chalet. The chalet was made up of one big open plan room with a living area and a kitchen and then several bedrooms coming off this. It was functional rather than cosy – the maintenance could have been better (it was questionable when the Jacuzzi baths had last been properly serviced), but overall it was fine. The rooms weren’t huge. It was suitable for the price we paid. When we go away skiing were not too fussed about the standard of the accommodation, were not expecting luxury if we are getting a good last minute deal. The staff were great and the cooking was fine. I’m relatively easy to please when it comes to food. It wasn’t too noisy (our last ski holiday the chalet was better quality but the walls were paper thin). The location of the chalet was good, you could walk about 100 yards and then ski down to the lifts. It was very handy for skiing. For the first half of the week you could ski down the path to the chalet making it almost ski in / ski out. The skiing on La Thuile side was better in my opinion than on the La Rosiere side. There was enough snow although it was late in the season and it did get stodgy as the day wore on.

"Attractive stone & timber alpine accom'"

Sno man, Sno Staff
4/ out of 5
Sharing the same building as Belette, Choucas, Moet and Marmotte, you’ll be in good company, as you make the short journey with your fellow skiers to the piste and ski school meeting point, a brief 250m and 150m walk away, respectively. In the evening, if you’re feeling up for it, the walk to town will take you about 15minutes, depending how achy your legs are after a day of skiing. Better still, we recommend you catch the bus which stops right outside the building!
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