Very close to the slopes and just a 5 minute walk from the centre of La Tania. A good option for groups.
- Catered Chalet
- Sleeps 10
- 150m to slopes
- 150m from the ski lifts
- 5 minutes to resort centre
- Spacious lounge/dining area with balcony
- Electric boot warmers
Amethyste 1 and 2 share the same entrance and ski deposit, but are otherwise quite separate. There is the flexibility to use both chalets to accommodate a larger group of 20 guests. The two separate lounges allow for differing requirements within the group: some may wish to have a quieter time or to watch a video whilst others chat about their day around the fire.
Amethyste 1: is a comfortable pinewood chalet on the ground and first floor of the building. It has a spacious lounge with seating for everybody and a centrally positioned fireplace. The open plan dining area, with French windows, leads on to the large South West facing terrace. All the pine-finished bedrooms in Chalet Amethyste have full en-suite facilities with bright, fully tiled bathrooms and heated towel rails. The chalet is also equipped with electric boot warmers, a DVD player and free Wi-Fi access.
Chalet Ground floor:
Shared Entrance & ski deposit with boot warmers
Open plan lounge & dining area with terrace
Rm4: Twin en-suite bath & wc
Rm5: Twin en-suite shower & wc
Chalet 1st floor:
Rm1: Double en-suite bath & wc
Rm2: Twin en-suite shower & wc
Rm3: Twin en-suite shower & wc
All rooms can take a cot except room 5 (some rooms may be a tight fit).
Chalet Amethyste hosts live out.
About La Tania
La Tania skiing
Part of the world renowned Three Valleys, La Tania has direct access to both Méribel and Courchevel, and all the benefits of the Three Valleys ski area. Needless to say then that all levels and tastes are catered for when it comes to skiing La Tania. With the 600+km Three Valleys on the doorstep, all of the runs down into La Tania are north-facing and tree lined. They hold onto the snow for longer than plenty of higher altitude resorts that face south and in bad weather, the trees give shelter and help with visibility.
La Tania ski resort
Built for the 1992 Albertville Olympics, La Tania has developed over the years into a standalone resort in its own right. The original part of La Tania comprises apartments and a couple of big hotels centered around the main lifts, shops and restaurants. Above the centre lies the delightful chalet village with many delightfully set wooden buildings amongst the trees, with pistes running on both sides. There's no such thing as a bad location in La Tania. Nightlife is laid back and fun, with a couple of lively apres ski bars and late opening too.