The Alpine Club is a private collection of luxury, catered chalets. Our 3 beautiful chalets offer the last word in authenticity with bespoke service, exceptional food & wine. Feel cocooned in luxury in an authentic mountain hamlet, knowing the worlds largest ski area is on your doorstep.
Our chalets are original, individual, crafted with a sense of place and history, though they all share our uncompromising standards of quality; every bedroom is en-suite with a bath and overhead shower, Hypnos beds for a dreamy night’s sleep, comfy sofas and living rooms with panoramic mountain views. And of course your fine dining chef creating irresistible cuisine, professional host to meet your every need and your on demand chauffeur to ensure you never carry your skis anywhere.
Chalet Abode (sleeps 8 + 2) An ancient Savoie farmhouse transformed into an elegant mountain home. The stunning living room is a feast of original timbers and stone walls, combined wth wall-to-wall windows that maximise the magical mountain views. 4 en-suite bedrooms sleep 8 guests, as well a cosy bunk bedroom for 2 little ones.
Our tailored, bespoke service includes the services of a fine dining chef, host and on demand chauffeur service; breakfast & afternoon tea daily, a 6 course taster menu with premium wines on 6 nights; complimentary bar and champagne reception on arrival.
From 15/12/2018 to 22/04/2019.
Week half board (pp): 980 to 2,525 €.
- Total capacity : 10
- NOESIT_CAPACITETOTALEREELLE : 4
- Number of bedrooms : 4
- Ski locker
- Car park
- Ski boot drier
- Private parking
- Breakfast in room
- Daily housekeeping
- Booking of general amenities
- Room service
- Baby equipment
- Private WC
- Fireplace / Wood burning stove
- Comfort bedding
- DVD player
- Not accessible in a wheelchair
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