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Chalet Rosalie One
- Sleeps 6
- Catered chalet
Chalet Rosalie One is a traditional chalet; it's bright,
spacious and very comfortable. There is a stone chimney corner fireplace
in the open plan lounge and dinning area. Some of the bedrooms have
southerly facing balconies with stunning views over the Meribel Valley.
There is a double and a twin bedroom with their own own private bathroom
facilities adjacent to the room and there is a further a twin with an
The chalet shares the boot room and exit with it's
neighbour Rosalie Two. Both are separate chalets and have their own
balconies, but for larger groups, the chalets can be booked together to
accommodate upto 12-13 people.
Room 1 - Double with private bathroom facilities bath, basin & WC
Room 2 - Twin room with en-suite shower, basin & WC
Room 3 - Twin room with private bathroom & WC
chalet is in Meribel Village and is situated about 200 metres from the
blue 'Lapin' piste and 'Golf' chairlift. Meribel Village is about 2 kms
from the main town of Meribel. There is a friendly and lively bar in
Meribel Village that has great live music. There is a free resort bus
from the Village to the centre if required.
- 5 minutes to piste
- 5 minutes to village
- Open plan living and dinning area
- Log fire
- Freeview TV
- DVD player / iPod docking
- Free WiFi
- Shared boot heater and exit
- Selection of games
Please note: if taking flights as part of this holiday package, the
following charges will be added onto the per person (pp) price as shown:
Aviation Taxes £21.50pp
Resort Tax £9.00pp
ATOL Fee £2.50pp
For info: The Chalet Rosalie One was part of a larger chalet (Chalet Rosalie, sleeping 12-13) but has now been split into two separate chalets (this chalet and Chalet Rosalie Two).
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 - 11 Jan 2018|
|Last snowed|| 09-Jan-2018|
|Fresh snow||40 cm|
|Lower slopes||105 cm|
|Upper slopes||264 cm|
|Runs to resort||Powder|
|Off piste snow||Powder|
|Comments||Great skiing thanks to the recent snowfalls|
Snow Overview - France (snow news updated 04-Dec-2017)
Lots of fresh snow was falling all around the French Alps on Thursday 27th April. With a lowering freezing level and heavy snow falls continuing, many French mountain villages are looking very Christmas like. On snow conditions are generally fresh, although the lower slopes are still very spring like. Up top powder conditions are abundant, however, poor visibility and limited lift access is keeping the options restricted. The current snowy and cloudy weather will break for the weekend, presenting an excellent chance to get in one last lift access powder day for the season.
Many resorts will be closed next week, but there is still loads of fresh snow in the forecast. With a good knowledge of the avalanche problem, touring conditions will be exceptional well into next weekend.
European Weather Outlook
Across the central European Alps, snow and cold temperatures are forecast to stick around until Saturday. Accumulations of snow on the upper slopes could be huge for the time of year, with some Swiss resorts predicting around 80cm over the course of today and Friday. By the weekend the snow is predicted to subside in many regions and a mixture of sun and cloud is expected for much of Austria, France, Italy and Switzerland.
In the Pyrenees, Saturday should be the pick of the day for any skiing in Andorra. Our featured resorts are now closed for the season, but for anyone strapping on their skins, you can expect a mixture of sun and cloud, with temperatures around +3C
In Germany, 44cm of fresh snow is being forecast for Garmisch (0/380cm), who will be in disbelief at the moment for all the snow they have received of late.
Further north you can expect temperatures of around -3C and snow showers in Norway, which are set to continue right through to Sunday for resorts such Trysil. Across the border in Sweden, the weather should be fairly similar, but any snow that does fall is likely to be light and bring only 1-2cm.
Despite some recent biting temperatures and cold winds in the UK, any snow that does fall on the Scottish mountains is most likely to be on Thursday. Thereafter, rain could destroy any hopes of some late season turns.