Hotel Le Tremplin, Chatel

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Location: where is Hotel Le Tremplin

· 8 minutes' walk to the resort centre · ski bus stop outside · 3 minutes' bus ride to La Linga telecabine · 3-15 minutes' bus ride to the ski school meeting point


Overview: hotel description: Hotel Le Tremplin description

Hotel Le Tremplin is ideal for families looking for cosy accommodation close to the ski school and lifts. With traditional alpine-style décor and warm colours, the hotel definitely feels like home.

Le Tremplin’s bar and lounge – full of comfy sofas and rustic wooden coffee tables – is the perfect place to chill out after a day of skiing. Or if you’re looking to keep up that heart rate, the hotel also has a fitness room and sauna. The centre of resort is only a short walk away, with its array of restaurants and family activities like bowling and the cinema.

Whether it’s the delicious variety of food or the beautiful mountain views from your balcony, Le Tremplin makes for a memorable holiday for all the family.


Facilities: Hotel Le Tremplin features

· bar and lounge · sun terrace · fitness · sauna · lift · ski room with lockers · free WiFi throughout


Room Types: Hotel Le Tremplin bedrooms

Double room - sleeps 2-3: Twin beds or double bed, extra single bed when booked for three, private shower and WC.


Meals: Hotel Le Tremplin food & drink

Half Board

· continental buffet breakfast · 3-course evening meal with two choices for each course

Please note: This hotel can’t cater for dietary requirements.

We update Hotel Le Tremplin'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.

Resort: about Chatel: about holidays in Chatel: about ski holidays in Chatel: about ski holidays in Chatel France

Portes du Soleil area Traditional village

Up on the Franco-Swiss border in the Chablais region (a UNESCO Global Geopark), Châtel’s a pretty mountain village with excellent links to the Portes du Soleil resorts of Avoriaz in France and Morgins and Torgon in Switzerland.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Pretty village Short transfers

Chatel webcam

Snow Report: Top 164cm, Bottom N/Acm

Snow Forecast: 39cm expected this week

Snow History: April average depth cm

Chatel trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Geneva (GVA)132km, 1h50
Region:Portes du Soleil, France
First opened:1947

Chatel lift pass price last reported as €195 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Le Tremplin.
Night skiing: Yes
Chatel has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - March.

Town altitude: 1200m
Top of slopes: 2200m
Bottom of piste: 1100m
Vertical drop:
Total length of trails:130km
Longest piste:11km
Châtel’s architecture is gloriously traditional, built using local resources in classic chalet style with huts and houses dotted on the hillside. Though ski tourism has picked up over the last seventy years or so, it feels as much of a farming village as a ski hub - a lot of Châtellans continue to work in agriculture like generations did before them. The skiing is split between two sectors – the first is Super-Châtel Barbossine, which links over to Morgins and Torgon in Switzerland via the Super-Châte...
The Super-Châtel telecabine transports skiers and boarders from the village to beginner’s and kid’s areas, which have links to a number of green, blue and red slopes. For a spot of Swiss skiing, intermediates can use lifts and red runs to connect to Morgins or explore Torgon via the Petit Châtel and Barboussine lifts. On the Linga side, we like blue graded La Leiche which leads through the forest back to the village. For red run skiers, Le Linga is a fabulous valley descent from Tete du Linga at 2156m. ...
It might not have the party reputation of Val d’Isere, but there are some brilliant bars in Châtel when it strikes après ski o’clock. L’Avalanche on Route du Linga is a cracking bar with live music and DJ’s playing until late and Nazca has a sun terrace for when the weather’s good, with drinks, dancing and themed nights. You can’t stay in the region without trying Abondance cheese - whether it’s part of a raclette, vacherin or fondue, it makes for the ultimate post ski feast. Creperie Bretonne La G...

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