Chalet Reberty, Les Menuires

Chalet Reberty Ratings & Customer Feedback
4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
We had a fantastic week, the chalet is good, clean and warm and kitted out really well with all the usual mod cons like WiFi and a television. The main thing was that the food was good and the chalet host’s morale and the way they looked after us all was excellent. They helped us with where to ski, showing us ... + more
Divyesh Jansari, Lincoln
4 out of 5
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Catered Chalet
Flights Included
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Chalet Reberty

Nearest slope: 150m to Boyes blue run

Nearest lift: 550m (Sunny Express chairlift)

Tuition meeting point: Complete beginner skiers - 200m on Boyes piste, everyone else (including all snowboarders) meet at either Bruyères (550m away) or Croisette (2km away) area, depending on customer preference. All tuition is with ESF Ski School

Resort centre: 2km

Ski bus stop: 150m

Overview - chalet description - Chalet Reberty description

Chalet Reberty is named after the small hamlet of chalets it's in. It sits right by the slopes above the resort centre which means the views are pretty spectacular. It also makes it an ideal base for skiers and snowboarders; adjacent to the Boyes blue run which leads straight down to the nearest lift to connect you into the vast Three Valleys ski area.

Your own private hot tub and sauna means you have no excuse for having achy legs in the mornings. This is a really good choice if you're looking to get out and make the most of the ski area and have a comfortable and relaxing base to come back to.

The south–facing living room is a really good size with a lovely central stone fireplace providing a toasty focal point for post-mountain chats. Large doors in the living room open out onto a massive balcony which overlooks Les Menuires and the surrounding mountains.

Facilities - Chalet Reberty features

Lounge/diner with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV

Large central fireplace in the lounge

Huge balcony with fantastic panoramic views

Hot tub and sauna

Ski/board and boot storage

Wireless speaker and board games for your entertainment

Daily housekeeping with towels provided

Pre-bookable private nanny service available on request

Your chalet hosts lives in

Children under 15 are welcome when part of a group booking the whole chalet

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

The Reberty's seven ensuite rooms all have comfy beds and simple furnishings. They're split over three floors and are mainly twins, except a triple which has a third bed in a small separate cabine room, ideal for groups.

Meals - food and drink in Chalet Reberty

Our chalet board basis is designed for skiers and boarders. Breakfast is a fairly extensive affair with cooked and continental options every day. Your daily afternoon tea of freshly baked cakes and biscuits will be waiting for you when you come in from the slopes.

Evening meals are a three-course set-menu with regionally inspired dishes and free-flowing wine throughout the week, all followed by fresh coffee. We provide evening meals on six nights a week leaving you free to head out and explore the resort on one evening.

We update Chalet Reberty'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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This package holiday to Chalet Reberty in Les Menuires, France departs Saturday 16th December 2017, for a 7 night stay on a "catered chalet" 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.

Resort - about Les Menuires - about holidays in Les Menuires - about ski holidays in Les Menuires - about ski holidays in Les Menuires France

Value 3 Valleys resort Outstanding skiing opportunities Loads for non-skiers

Couples, groups and families alike have a brilliant time here as one of the cheaper destinations in the 3 Valleys with efficient access to the different resorts. Convenience is key in this village with doorstep skiing and excellent facilities to cater for all types and tastes. Wonderful powder awaits – vive Les Menuires!

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Non-skiers

Les Menuires webcam

Snow Report: Top 245cm, Bottom 10cm

Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week

Snow History: November average depth 13.17cm

Les Menuires trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Geneva150mins, 191km
Chambery90mins, 112km
Region:French Alps
First opened:1964

Les Menuires lift pass price last reported as €217 (Adult 6-day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Reberty.
Night skiing: No
Les Menuires has SE E N W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1850m
Top of slopes: 2850m
Bottom of piste: 1450m
Vertical drop: 1400m
Total length of trails:160km
Longest piste:8km
Together with Saint Martin De Belleville and Val Thorens, Les Menuires (say it Lay-Men-Weer) is part of the Vallée des Belleville and probably the cheapest base for the glorious skiing of the 3 Valleys. It’s true, this purpose-built resort’s more focussed on the practical than the aesthetic… but it’s made a valiant effort to shrug off the ‘ugly duckling’ rep - fitting a bit of a facelift in time for the Albertville Olympics. Split into various ‘quarters’ (linked by walking paths, ski runs, shuttle...
The resort has aimed to provide a wide variety for all abilities – and the proof is in the pudding! The opportunities are outstanding for skiers and snowboarders, but you would expect no less considering it is a part of the largest ski area in the world. Novices will find five free lifts either end of the resort for getting to grips on gentle little green runs, and longer greens such as La Violette at the top of the gondola from La Croisette. With a healthy mix of reds and blue runs covering the vast major...
End a day of skiing on the large sun terrace in L’Oisans and sit down in the sunshine with a jug of beer. Kick back with a cocktail or shoot some pool in the cosy Piano Bar Le Kube. Sports games are known to be aired on the TVs in venues like L’Original Café. If you ski over to Val Thorens be sure to go for some drinks at the famous Folie Douce. Those looking for some late night action have two night clubs to choose between; Le New Pop in La Croisette or Le Leeberty in Les Bruyères - an intimate underground ...

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"What a fantastic week!"

Divyesh Jansari, Lincoln
4/ out of 5
We had a fantastic week, the chalet is good, clean and warm and kitted out really well with all the usual mod cons like WiFi and a television. The main thing was that the food was good and the chalet host’s morale and the way they looked after us all was excellent. They helped us with where to ski, showing us which pistes were good on the map, and recommended a good restaurant for a meal on the night off. When you walked in the chalet, you had the ski and snowboard storage area, jacuzzi and steam room on the ground floor and then you had to climb up to get to the 1st floor which had the living space and kitchen area. On the 2nd floor up were the beds and I’m not sure whether there was another floor for other guests or not as we all stayed on the 2nd floor. The cooked breakfast was ready for us when we got up in the morning and at tea time, tea and cakes were all laid up when we arrived back. We’d come back for the tea and then offload and unwind (there’s a jacuzzi and sauna to wind down in) while they cooked our meal and then in the evening we had a three course dinner. The catering on the whole was pretty much 80% good but sometimes the portions were not big enough and after a long ski day you need your calories, so a couple of the guys felt undernourished - the quality was always good, it was just the portion sizes. On the Wednesday which is the chalet host’s day off, we went to a restaurant that was literally 2-3 minutes walk up the road, we had to book in advance which is definitely worth doing on your first or second day to make sure you have a table, especially if you're a group like us. The chalet is literally a minutes’ walk up the road to the piste and then you ski or snowboard down to the bubble lift that takes you straight up. The only downside is that the WiFi coverage wasn’t really spectacular and sometimes the jacuzzi didn’t work very well (only because it needed covering).
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Divyesh Jansari