MERIBEL



Nestling in the middle of the extensive Three Valleys, Meribel offers endless skiing opportunities from a very convenient base from which to explore the 189 lifts and 600km of piste. Meribel has an array of luxury chalets in different styles to satisfy the discerning traveller.

Meribel Centre is very lively, along with Meribel Les Allues which is a short walk from the centre, a traditional village with a direct gondola to the centre. Approx. 2 miles out of town is Méribel Village, a newly developed small village served by its own chairlift to Méribel Altiport. (Perfect for total beginners). Raffort village is also just out of town, with one restaurant and a gondola connection to the main resort. Méribel Mottaret, usually just called Mottaret is a resort higher up the mountain at 1700m offering excellent ski access, good restaurants and bars. Meribel is a popular resort offering easy access to Courchevel and St Martin de Belleville whilst offering an abundance of luxury ski chalets to retire to at the end of the ski day.

LUXURY CHALETS IN MERIBEL

Region

Three Vallées

Altitude

1,400 – 1,800 m

Highest Peak

Epaule du Bouchet – 3,230m

Ski Terrain

The Three Vallées ski area consists of 600km of groomed piste

Number of runs in the full area;
33 Green runs
121 Blue runs
114 Red runs
33 Black runs

Cross Country: 118km

Closest Airport

Chambery 2 hours, Geneva & Lyon 2 ½ hours
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FROM THE BLOG

Catered or Self-Catered Ski Chalet?

With the snow dumping down in the Alps at the moment (see video below from one of our operators!), I am sure you are just as excited as all of us in the Ski in Luxury team! If the prospect of heading out for a week's holiday to make the most of all that wonderful powder is making you giddy with excitement but you just can't quite decide on whether to stay in a catered or self-catered ski chalet then stay tuned.

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The Gourmet Guide to the Three Valleys

Having spent the past five winters of my life in the Alps; more specifically The Three Valleys; it gives me great pleasure to present to you my guide to some of the best restaurants in the Three Valleys. Some of these I have experienced and others are still on my list having heard so many resort visitors and friends raving about them. So, get your knives and forks ready as I take you on a tour of the area that I’ve called home for the past five seasons.

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