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Club Med Meribel Le Chalet
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Chalet Club Med Meribel Le Chalet
- All inclusive
This is a full board hotel - including flights/transfers, lift pass, tuition, open bar/snacks & entertainment*.
The Resort has 34 rooms, including one suite, in a typical mountain style. All rooms have a balcony with a view on the valley or mountain.
- Club Room - A comfortable and elegant Club Room, decorated in refined Savoyard style. Additional options include the Saulire View Club Room, offering a fine view of the sunlit mountain. All including Bathroom, European electrical plugs / 220 Volts, Hair-dryer, Heated towel rail, Mini-fridge, Security safe(s), Telephone and Television.
- Deluxe room - Spacious accommodation ideal for families with an exceptional view from the balcony or large bay window. All including Bathroom, European electrical plugs / 220 Volts, Flat-screen television, Hair-dryer, Heated towel rail, Ironing kit, Minibar, Security safe(s), Tea and coffee kit and Telephone.
- Suite - Comfortable, spacious and attractively decorated, it offers a cosy and sunny ambiance. All including Bathroom, Coffee machine,
European electrical plugs / 220 Volts, Flat-screen television, Hair-dryer, Heated towel rail, Ironing kit, Mini-fridge, MP3 player, Radio / CD, Security safe(s) and Telephone.
Your Package includes:
Optional extras which you can pre-book:
- Return flights and transfers between the airport and the Club Med Resort
- Accommodation in a standard Club room
- All meals, with wine, beer and soft drinks
- Bar drinks and snacks
- Full Three Valleys Ski Pass
- Group classes at all levels (from 12 years): alpine skiing or snowboarding
- Heated indoor/outdoor swimming pool, Turkish bath, sauna, jacuzzi
- Guided snowshoe walks (from age 12)
- Room upgrade
- Club Med Spa Package
Méribel Resort Info
Méribel ski area
Known as the Heart of the Three Valleys, Méribel was founded by Peter Lindsay, a Scot, who developed the first commercial ski resort on the site occupied today. It has grown over the years to become one of the most popular resorts in the Alps with UK skiers. it's not difficult to see why!
Méribel is superbly located for quick access to all corners of the Three Valleys, itself the biggest linked ski area in Europe with over 600km of piste. Méribel provides the perfect combination of challenges for advanced skiers and cruising for beginners and intermediates. Put simply, there is no better ski area anywhere in the world than the Three Valleys and Méribel is slap bang in the middle of it all!
Méribel ski resort
Méribel Centre is the main hub of the resort, where you'll find an extensive choice of accommodation, shops, restaurants and one of the biggest and wildest apres ski and nightlife scenes in the Alps. From the legendary Rond Point (Ronnie) and Folie Douce to get the party started on the slopes before dinner, right through to O'Sullivan's which stays open almost until breakfast time... Méribel has been developed sympathetically over time, the result of which is an aesthetically pleasing resort of attractive wooden chalets.
Further up the valley is Méribel-Mottaret, which offers ultimate ski convenience as virtually every accommodation is slopeside, however don't expect to be able to party in Méribel Centre if you're staying up in Mottaret. Not quite as easy on the eye as Meribel but price and location are the main attractions for staying in Mottaret.
Méribel Village is a charming satellite village about a kilometre outside of Méribel on the road to La Tania. With a piste running down to the village and its own chairlift, plus a bus service that makes the nightlife in Méribel accesible, Village is another great value option for Méribel
More Méribel resort information
Méribel Snow & Weather
|Snow Report - 21 Apr 2017|
|Last snowed|| 02-Apr-2017|
|Fresh snow||5 cm|
|Upper slopes||136 cm|
|Piste state||Spring snow|
|Runs to resort||Fair|
|Off piste snow||Best up high|
|Comments||The best conditions can be found on the upper slopes|
Snow Overview - France (snow news updated 23-Apr-2017)
Sunny weather dominated across the open French resorts on Thursday 20th April, providing excellent visibility to enjoy the skiing on offer. The temperature remains low for this time of year, helping to preserve the snow cover. The bright skies are expected to last throughout the weekend, although it is forecast to get warmer.
Bonneval sur Arc (35/250cm) in the Haute Maurienne Vanoise area reported the deepest snow base of our featured French resorts on Thursday, and the neighbouring resorts of Val Cenis (5/200cm) sat ranked third place, just behind Cauterets (0/210cm) in the Pyrenees. Friday 21st April will be the last day of skiing in Val Cenis, while Bonneval will remain open until 28th April. Cauterets will remain open for skiing until 23rd April.
This is the last week of skiing in Alpe d’Huez (0/160cm), Avoriaz (30/110cm), Serre Chevalier (5/130cm), Les Arcs (10/160cm) and La Plagne (0/190cm), all of which still have some great skiing on offer for their last week of the season.
The major skiing areas of the Espace Killy, Three Valleys, Portes du Soleil, Grand Massif and the Chaminox valley still offer superb skiing, and in particular on their higher slopes.
In the Three Valleys, Courchevel (15/136cm) and Meribel (0/136cm) will close the season this weekend but Val Thorens (95/150cm) will remain open for skiing until 1st May.
Tignes (35/145) will remain open for the winter season until 8th May although Val d’Isere (35/145cm) will close for their season on 1st May. Val d’Isere plans to open for summer skiing from 10th June until 16th July, with Tignes offering summer skiing from 24th June to 6th August.
Les Deux Alpes (0/200cm), currently offering some great skiing high up will close for the winter season on 29th April, then reopen for summer skiing from 24th June to 2nd September.
European Weather Outlook
The forecast for the continental European skiing locations is for further clear skies as we move over the weekend. However, cloudier skies are forecast to return and the temperature should once again drop. This could bring some heavy snowfall too.
Solden in Austria has the greatest predicted snowfall of any of our reported resorts, with over two metres of fresh snow possible by the end of April, with the heaviest dumps of snow likely in the middle of next week.
Austria is predicted to receive the greatest amount of snow overall, although resorts in Italy, France and Switzerland should not miss out either. April can often deliver some outstanding wintry conditions and this year is no different.
Fresh snow could hit the Scottish resorts over this period too.