Chalet Natalia I
- Sleeps 18
- Catered chalet
Chalet Natalia I enjoys a superb
location just 250 metres (approx.) from the Mottaret lifts or 100 metres
(approx.) from a blue piste. Shops, bars and restaurants are only 400
metres (approx.) away and the free shuttle bus stops frequently directly
outside the chalet.
Chalet entrance floor
Rooms 14 – 17 = 4 twins with bath and WC
Lower floor - entrance floor lower floor (-1)
Room 9 = twin with bath and WC
Rooms 10 – 12 = 3 twins with bath, WC and balcony
Room 18 = twin with shower and WC
Please note: – Natalia I & II share a communal staircase.
Both chalets can be taken by a group of up to 32 but each group can only
dine in their individual chalets.
Start your ski day with fresh bread, a choice of preserves, cereals,
porridge, yoghurts, fresh fruit, fruit juice as well as tea and coffee,
plus a cooked option of eggs and one other hot item
A hearty breakfast
On your return from the slopes
A freshly baked cake or biscuits with tea and coffee awaits you
In the evening
Enjoy a delicious freshly cooked 3 course meal with house wine until coffee
Breakfast and dinner will be served on 5 out of 7 days (6 out of 7
days on departure date February 16th 2019) and a continental breakfast
will be left out on 2 mornings.
Chalet staff live out.
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 - 20 Apr 2019|
|Last snowed|| 08-Apr-2019|
|Fresh snow||15 cm|
|Lower slopes||183 cm|
|Upper slopes||260 cm|
|Piste state||Spring snow|
|Runs to resort||Slushy|
|Off piste snow||Spring snow|
All snow report information supplied by SkiResort