Me and a friend stayed here in March 2014 for 3 nights, this was my 10th skiing trip and by far my most enjoyable yet , the weather wasnt great but the location and the hospitality was faultless !
The thing i always hate about skking is how much walking in ski boots and faffing around there is and yet Chris and chalet Neige take all this out of the equation as he literally drove us everywhere , ski hire , lifts , evenings out nothing was too much trouble for Chris and we barely walked anywhere which is so huge with tired ski legs :)
On top of this the Chalet has a lovely living area which is very homely and we felt quite at home sat by the fire wathcing tv and having a beer a total change to normal cramped hotel rooms .
As well as this Chris is a top chef knocking up the best breakfast ever with a different hot option every morning but a typical brekkie being porridge , fresh croissants , smoked slamon and scrambled eggs on toast all with tea , coffee and juice what more could you ask for ?
oh and the nightlifes fab too if not age inappropriate as Chris likes to call it
Weve already booked for next year and cant wait
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The chalet is situated in Morzine, one hour from Geneva in the centre of Les Portes du Soleil, the larges ski area in Europe!The chalet is staffed and usually run on a B&B basis, with optional catering in the evenings. although guest can book the place exclusively for a self-catered week.The chalet sleeps 8 in ensuite luxury plus 3 more in a bunk room. Being only 5 years old is still pristine.It is only 14mins walk to the centre of Morzine, however we will run guest around the resort.It has Sky TV, free WiFi, iPod docking station and a large sauna. ... more less