A completely unique position on the Morzine ‘strip' and 50 metres from the Pleney lift and piste. Ski hire for Colibri Uno is provided by Doorstep Skis who offer an in chalet fit service.
It was time to bounce Morzine accommodation into the future. The only caveat was that it had to be closer to the piste than any of our other chalets. Not so easy? Job done. Cutting edge accommodation only a stone's throw (we tested it) from the Pleney piste and bang on the Morzine ‘strip'.
The local cinema was demolished to make way for two outstanding designer apartments with room to swing a couple of Marmots mouth to tail. Contemporary design with a cool veneer of classic furniture, Italian walk in showers and ubiquitous flat screen TVs. The staple diet of the modern day skier has not been forgotten, with a balcony hot tub from which you can discreetly survey the après-ski revelry below.
Colibri Uno sprawls its 250m2 across the first floor of our building. There are four bedrooms arranged to the quiet rear of the building. These can be arranged as twin or doubles, each with en suite bathrooms, some with both bath and shower and all with independent WC. Two of the bedrooms have additional bunk beds. There is a lavish living area with wrap around balcony to swallow you up and cosset you in front of the fire. A lift wafts you effortlessly from street level below.
Colibri Uno (Sleeps 8-12) - 4 Bedrooms
Twin/Double with en suite bathroom (bath and separate shower) and separate WC. Balcony (access to hot tub). Space for cot.
Twin/Double with en suite shower and separate WC. Bunk beds. Space for cot.
Twin/Double with en suite bathroom (bath and separate shower) and separate WC. Bunk beds.
Twin/Double with en suite shower and separate WC.
Our Executive Chef is passionate about food and hugely sensitive to the appetite of a hungry skier whilst considering a balanced diet. The new and refined menus are heavy enough to reward mountain exertion yet light and simple enough to leave you grinning not groaning.
All our catered ski holidays include;
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•Family ski destination •Traditional Savoyard charm •650km interconnected pistes
Morzine ski holidays ooze traditional Savoyard charm. With a variety of terrain in the huge 650km Portes du Soleil area, Morzine is a ski resort that pairs modern snow sports with authentic character. Famous for its' warm welcome to families and groups, traditional wood and slate Morzine chalets nestle snugly into the beautiful Portes du Soleil mountainside.
Great for •Beginners •Families •non skiers
Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm
Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week
Snow History: November average depth 14.5cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Geneva (GVA)||90km, 1h30|
Morzine lift pass price last reported as Morzine 6 day(Adult 6 day): €163
Portes du Soleil (Adult 6 day): €225. Ask for a quote when booking Colibri Uno.
Night skiing: Yes
Morzine has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.
|Top of slopes:||2,466m|
|Bottom of piste:||1,000m|
|Total length of trails:||120km|
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