Guide to Mèribel

You’ve so many reasons to choose Méribel for your winter holiday destination. Of course it is at the heart of Les 3 Vallées‏ Ski Area, the largest ski area in the World but it has so much more to after.

For the non-skiers

Just because you don’t ski or can't ski this year doesn’t mean you cant come away with the family and enjoy a winter holiday. You might not want to leave the chalet, after all you have your own private spa facilities and staff on hand all day but if you do want to stretch your legs the resort does offer leisure facilities that include a gym, full size swimming pool, ice skating rink and climbing wall along with a bowling alley. If that all sounds a little energetic our top tip would be a crêpes and hot chocolate at the Crèperie Grand Marnier, you’d have to go along way to beat their afternoon delights.

For the little ones:

Coming away with the little ones can be a little stressful with so much to organize for them daily. We work with some excellent childcare specialists who can take the stress out of the holiday for you and will provide a service that suits your needs, with plenty for them to do in resort they don’t need to be couped up in the chalet all day. For the over 3s the ESF Piou Piou club makes learning to ski a fun experience.

Lunch on the mountain:

Probably the hardest decision you’ll have of your entire holiday is where to eat lunch, with an abundance of mountain restaurants across Les 3 Vallées‏ to choose from there really is something for every taste. Your concierge or chalet manager can advise you on the best places to eat to suit your desires and of course we will drive the non-skiers to the nearest lift or to the restaurant, if possible.

Après Ski:

We find most clients prefer to return to the chalet after skiing to enjoy the scrumptious afternoon tea provided by the chef followed by some relaxation in the hot tub, accompanied by a glass of something sparkling. However sometimes it’s nice to let your hair down and dance around in your ski boots and Méribel has no shortage of live music on offer daily, both for Après ski and evening entertainment. La Folie Douce is a favoured fancy spot with VIP seating available, Après starts with a cabaret that continues on to lively music that really gets the crowd up on their feet and singing along. The ‘Ronnie’ Le Rond Point is also a popular après destination on the slopes and close to the chalet.

Dining:

Unfortunately the chef has to have an evening off but there’s plenty on offer from local restaurants and your chalet manager will be happy to make recommendations and a booking for you. Aux Petits Oignons is just a stone throw from the chalet and offers superb cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. If you’re looking to experience fine dining then restaurant Le Kaila is a must with its one Michelin Star its definitely on our list of things to do.

 

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