Chalet Emilie, Meribel & Mottaret

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4.4 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
Great value for money! And the convenience is brilliant as well. You get the kind of privacy you wouldn’t get from a hotel and I liked the extra space of the communal areas, where you could really relax, sit around and slob about a bit – in a way you can’t really relax in hotel lounges. The food was very g... + more
K.W., Kent
5 out of 5
Very good week in Meribel. The best thing about staying here was the chef who produced a good mix of meals. The chalet isn’t too fancy but it was just right for the price – clean and comfortable. It’s a good size (sleeps six) and it’s in a good area, so I didn’t have to walk too far for the bus (there was ... + more
Mike Clarke
5 out of 5
Probably the nicest place we've ever stayed. The mix of old traditional chalet style with modern luxury (especially the massive bedroom and very comfortable bathroom) was brilliant. + more
C. Palmer
4 out of 5
Chalet was much better than it looked on the website. Lovely, cosy and homely! + more
J. Scott
4 out of 5
Location within Meribel was superb. Easy access to all elements, lifts, runs, bars, night life. + more
S. Bright
4 out of 5
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Package - what's included - what's included & available - what's included plus available extras - what's included & what extras are available

Accommodation
Self Catering
Without Flights
No Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Chalet Emilie

In the heart of the old village of Mussillon, Chalet Emilie is less than a 10 minute walk from Méribel centre and 250m from O'Sullivans bar. There is a free public bus service from the chalets to the slopes which runs regularly throughout the day and takes you to Méribel centre. From here you can access the main lifts and ski school meeting points at the Chaudanne. You can also visit the vast array of shops and restaurants or the Parc Olympique sports centre which includes an indoor ice rink, swimming pool, fitness centre and spa.


Overview - chalet description - Chalet Emilie description

Chalet Emilie is fitted out to a high standard. The open plan living and dining area is on the first floor of the chalet; there is ample seating and a log fire plus the chalet boast its own bar area, so if your partial to a cocktail remember to pick up your spirits in duty free. The chalet has three bedrooms all with full en-suite facilities. The white tiled en-suites have showers over the baths, large mirrors and heated towel rails. There is a ski deposit in the cellar with electric glove warmers and heated boot warmers.

The chalet has modern accessories such as a large flat screen TV showing British channels for your enjoyment as well as free Wi-Fi internet access.

Your chalet host lives out.All rooms can take a cot.

Important Information

Bed linen and towels are included.

Ski Packs may cost more in resort than if pre-booked.

A local French tourist tax must be paid locally


Facilities - Chalet Emilie features

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Ski Access: Bus

Boot Warmers

Free Sat TV

Free WiFi

Log Fire

Ruark Audio


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Rm 1: Twin en-suite bath & wc

Rm 2: Twin en-suite bath & wc

Rm 3: Triple en-suite bath & wc


Meals - food and drink in Chalet Emilie

Appetising Canapés & Apéritifs

On arrival in your chalet, handmade pre-dinner canapés and apéritifs will be served to you in the lounge while your experienced chalet host welcomes you to your chalet and introduces you to the resort.

Delicious Cooked Breakfasts

Start your day with a delicious cooked breakfast that includes bacon, eggs, Heinz beans or hash browns and mushrooms or tomatoes plus a selection of cereals, porridge, yogurts and fresh bread. Served 8am to 9am.

Homemade Cakes & Afternoon Tea

Scrumptious homemade cakes and a choice of teas are provided every day, best enjoyed while you relax in the lounge area in front of the log fire.

Hearty Three Course Dinner

Home cooked evening meal served at 8pm with unlimited carefully selected red, white or rosé wine (6 days), with an additional 4th course of local cheese board with port on the Thursday evening.

We update Chalet Emilie'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.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - chalet dates & departure airports - Chalet Emilie dates & departure airports

Price per person with: Prices shown are per person based on: Prices shown are per person based on: The prices shown here are per person and based on the following criteria:
Sat 12 Dec 202012/12/20
£298
Sat 19 Dec 202019/12/20
Sold Out 
Sat 26 Dec 202026/12/20
Sold Out 
Sat 02 Jan 202102/01/21
£431
Sat 09 Jan 202109/01/21
£385
Sat 16 Jan 202116/01/21
£401
Sat 23 Jan 202123/01/21
£410
Sat 30 Jan 202130/01/21
Sold Out 
Sat 06 Feb 202106/02/21
£556
Sat 13 Feb 202113/02/21
£651
Sat 20 Feb 202120/02/21
Sold Out 
Sat 27 Feb 202127/02/21
£518
Sat 13 Mar 202113/03/21
£434
Sat 20 Mar 202120/03/21
£426
Sat 27 Mar 202127/03/21
£426
Sat 03 Apr 202103/04/21
£507
Sat 10 Apr 202110/04/21
£415
Sat 11 Dec 202111/12/21
£307
Sat 18 Dec 202118/12/21
£495
Sat 25 Dec 202125/12/21
£735
Sat 01 Jan 202201/01/22
£443
Sat 08 Jan 202208/01/22
£396
Sat 15 Jan 202215/01/22
£413
Sat 22 Jan 202222/01/22
£422
Sat 29 Jan 202229/01/22
£452
Sat 05 Feb 202205/02/22
£573
Sat 12 Feb 202212/02/22
£671
Sat 19 Feb 202219/02/22
£612
Sat 26 Feb 202226/02/22
£534
This accommodation only holiday to Chalet Emilie in Meribel & Mottaret, France departs Saturday 12th December 2020, for a 7 night stay on a "self catering" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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Resort - about Meribel & Mottaret - about holidays in Meribel & Mottaret - about ski holidays in Meribel & Mottaret - about ski holidays in Meribel & Mottaret France

3 Valleys ski area Excellent ski schools Lively après ski

Meribel has a special place in many Brit's hearts – not simply because it’s right in the middle of the biggest ski area on Earth. A resort for long ski days, ski-boot-stomping après and cosy chalets, there’s a great deal to do and ski here, which is why many of us have been coming back for decades.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Non skiers

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Snow History: November average depth 15.5cm

Meribel & Mottaret trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambéry (CMF)95km 1h20
Grenoble (GNB)120km, 2h
Geneva (GVA)135km, 2h
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1938

Meribel & Mottaret lift pass price last reported as €212 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Emilie.
Night skiing: Torchlit descents available
Meribel & Mottaret has SE, E, NW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1500m
Top of slopes: 2952m
Bottom of piste: 1450m
Vertical drop: 2509m
Total length of trails:150km
Longest piste:3.6km
Meribel's location is tricky to beat, slap bang in the centre of the mammoth Three Valleys ski area. British made and largely Brit run, it's a destination we flock to year after year for a homely atmosphere in a good looking resort with more than enough pistes for a week (or three). It's made up of a huddle of gorgeous hamlets, built in traditional wood and stone and surrounded by thick woodland. The main area is Meribel Centre (usually known just as Meribel). A trad alpine village with choc-box chalets, th...
With three beginner areas known as ‘Zen Zones' plus some good greens to practice on including Le Foret, Altiport and the Cool Moon area (carefully planned out so you can practice at your own pace in quiet surroundings), Meribel's one of the best ski resorts to learn in. If you're skiing with little ones there are fantastic ski schools and child-orientated areas, including animal sculptures scattered around the trees. Moon Wild is a special area where children can learn about local wildlife as they enjoy the s...
Whether your day on the hill leaves you wanting to relax with a vin chaud, have a pint and play pool, or party the night away, your time off the slopes can be as varied as the day spent cruising the incredible Trois Vallees. It’s said that you haven't experienced après ski here (or anywhere for that matter) until you've sampled toffee vodka in Le Rond Point, which is easily one of the most famous après ski bars in the world - complete with a slide down to the toilets! Meribel's rightly famous for its night...

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"Great value, convinient, very good catering"

K.W., Kent
5/ out of 5
Great value for money! And the convenience is brilliant as well. You get the kind of privacy you wouldn’t get from a hotel and I liked the extra space of the communal areas, where you could really relax, sit around and slob about a bit – in a way you can’t really relax in hotel lounges. The food was very good; the hostesses were excellent. We had three vegetarians out of the group and they changed some of the dishes to make them without meat first, then incorporate meat later for those who wanted it. We had good hearty meals which is just what you need when skiing. The rooms were bigger than I’ve had in the hotels I normally stay in (in similar resorts for similar prices). When you’re on this kind of holiday you always have a lot of stuff that you just want to leave in the corner rather than have to climb over – there was plenty of space for that. For our friends with a baby, there was plenty of space to store stuff and prepare things for him. It was a 10-15 minute walk from the chalet into town – easily walkable just fairly slow. The chalet company have a shuttle bus that stops about 20 metres from the front door, and if you wait for that it only takes 3-4 minutes to reach the main point in Meribel. Within a couple of minutes’ walk there’s a decent sized supermarket where you can stock up on what you needed.

"CHALET EMELIE"

Mike Clarke
5/ out of 5
Very good week in Meribel. The best thing about staying here was the chef who produced a good mix of meals. The chalet isn’t too fancy but it was just right for the price – clean and comfortable. It’s a good size (sleeps six) and it’s in a good area, so I didn’t have to walk too far for the bus (there was a bar nearby but you needed a bus to get into Meribel). The only issue was that the boot warmers were short for the number if people staying in the chalet.

"Nicest place we have stayed in"

C. Palmer
4/ out of 5
Probably the nicest place we've ever stayed. The mix of old traditional chalet style with modern luxury (especially the massive bedroom and very comfortable bathroom) was brilliant.

"Lovely, cosy and homely!"

J. Scott
4/ out of 5
Chalet was much better than it looked on the website. Lovely, cosy and homely!

"Superb loc"

S. Bright
4/ out of 5
Location within Meribel was superb. Easy access to all elements, lifts, runs, bars, night life.
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